Charlotte Art Galleries are Open and Ready to Help Beautify Your Home

As we have spent so much more time at home this spring and now summer, our home projects have been pushed to the forefront. Blank walls and dated pieces are on many to do lists to refresh and renew our spaces. Local art galleries and dealers are opening their studios and are ready to help you select the perfect piece for your style.

Shain Gallery


EMYO, Dixie Chicks, 48 x 48, Acrylic
Kristin Blakeney, Umbers No. 20, 24 x 24, Mixed Media
Kiah Bellows, Grasslands, 24 x 36, Acrylic
Whitney Stoddard, Esmay, 33 x 24.5, Acrylic on Tea Stained Paper
Glory Day, Chinoiserie and Pink Tulips, 24 x 24, Mixed Media

Established in 1998, Shain Gallery is one of Charlotte’s oldest contemporary art galleries! They are a women owned and operated gallery, featuring local to international artists. They specialize in a wide-variety of styles, from full abstract to hyper-realism. Open Mondays through Saturdays from 10am to 5pm, they are ready to help you find a piece you love.

2823 Selwyn Ave, Suite K
Charlotte, NC 28209

704-334-7744

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Hodges Taylor

RACHEL MEGINNES, That 70s Quilt, 2019, handwoven vintage quilt top and mercerized cotton, 87 x 31 inches.
ELIZABETH ALEXANDER, Ivory Florentine, 2019, hand-cut Oscar de la Renta place setting, 12 x 12.5 x 3 inches. 
MARK BROWN, Middle Path, 2019, oil on canvas, 72 x 45 inches.
ELEANOR ANNAND, Rest No. 1, 2020, cast cotton paper, milk paint, waxed linen thread, steel, 50 x 11 x 4.5 inches.
AUSTIN BALLARD, Dappled Dune No. 7 (Black and White on Traditional), 2017, cane webbing, extruded resin, 23 x 20 x 19 inches. 

Hodges Taylor is Charlotte’s longest-running gallery and consulting firm. As a contemporary gallery with a focus on promoting Southeastern artists in a range of mediums, they curate and present artists who share in common the power to spark curiosity, conversation, and collaboration. As an art consulting firm providing services to both corporate and individual collectors, they provide services and develop projects that integrate works of art into every aesthetic, environment, and concept. As they wrap up construction at their new South End location, they are open for virtual consultations and socially distant office visits.

New address coming Summer 2020:
1414 S. Tryon St., Ste. 130, Charlotte, NC 28203
www.hodgestaylor.com  704.608.2016

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Sozo Gallery

Kenny Nguyen, ‘Rooted’, Mixed Media on Canvas, 60 x 60 – Details and Purchase HERE
Wendy Bilas, ‘Peace Train’, Oil on Canvas, 40 x 30 – Details and Purchase HERE
Bre Barnett Cromwell, ‘Mint Julep’, Mixed Media on Canvas, 40 x 30 – Details and Purchase HERE
Julian Cardinal, ‘Purple Gown’, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 24 – Details and Purchase HERE
Ed Nash, Bouquet lll, Mixed Media on Canvas, 72 x 72 – Details and Purchase HERE

JUNE EVENTS WITH SOZO GALLERY

June 10th at 5:30pm – Zoom Studio Tour with Denny Gerwin! We will be selling curated Father’s Day gift packs that will include – 1 Mug from Denny Gerwin and 1 Bag of Coffee from Summit Coffee Co. RSVP here

June 24th at 5pm – Zoom Studio Tour with Pessemier Studios. They are located in Italy, specifically Roccamalatina in the region Emiglia Romagna, near Bologna! RSVP here

Hearst Tower
214 N Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

www.sozogallery.net

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More Art Galleries to Consider

Hidell Brooks will continue by appointment only through the summer.
Anne Neilson Fine Art at The Morrison Shops is open and offers private appointments
Artist Whitney Austin’s gallery is open by appointment only
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Lark & Key is now open 10-3 Wednesday through Friday, by appointment only. Check their website for changes to their availability
LaDara Fine Art is available on their site and taking commissions
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Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art is open by appointment only
Art House Charlotte will continue to operate by appointment only for the summer months
SOCO Gallery will present “Turpentine”, an exhibition of new works by Los Angeles-based artist Brian Rochefort, along with Jess Fuller, Joanne Greenbaum, Sadie Laska and Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. This will be the artists’ first exhibition with the gallery and will be open to the public from June 24 – July 31st, 2020.

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