The John C. Doyle Art Gallery has been in business for over 30 years, as Mr. Doyle began painting with many other local Charleston painters in the 1970’s when there were no galleries in Charleston, and eventually began selling out of his home and studio on King Street in the 1980’s. Mr. Doyle passed away in November of 2014 after completing well over 2000 paintings in his prolific career. It was his specific wish the gallery continue in his namesake, and gallery director Angela Stump is honored to abide this wish. We offer many original oils, sketches, and photography by Mr. Doyle, as well as over 150 high quality reproductions on canvas in all of the various subjects he painted – from blue hydrangeas to blues musicians.
We also represent fellow native artist Margaret Petterson, and offer her vibrant original oils and unique mixed media monotypes.
We are also thrilled to offer the serene oils of award-winning OPA painters Anna Rose Bain and Dhwani Parekh, as well as internationally renowned bronze works by sculptor Geoffrey C. Smith.
Friday, May 25, 2018
The Gallery Welcomes Renowned Guest Artist: William McCullough ~ Through October 2018!
The Gallery is thrilled to welcome * Guest Artist * William McCullough, and we will be featuring 5 Gallery Selected works available in concert with his particitpation in the 'Vanishing Charleston' exhibition at the Gibbes Museum from May - October 2018. You can see more about the show here:
Please come by and visit the gallery and see these masterpieces in person! We have various subjects that he is known for, especially the featured painting 'Cannon Street Mechanics,' which reflects his renowned plein-air skills capturing a changing Charleston city landscape. No matter the subject, Bill's work will take your breath away and you can get lost in his intricate oils...We hope to see you while we have this special exhibition through the middle of October.