RLS is my favorite gallery to be at in Charleston, hands down phenomenal! Once you walk though the doors you're welcomed to make yourself at home. The owners Robert and Megan are more than friendly and approachable. Often you can even catch Robert in the moment of painting in his studio! The walls burst with imagination. All the the artists there blow me away. All are welcomed.
RLS is truly a wonderful place to hangout and enjoy some great fine art. Every aspect of the gallery is beautiful - especially the spirits of founders Robert & Megan. Whether you are a high end collector looking for the next masterpiece, or just looking to take a break and enjoy your latte, definitely stop in to look around. There is no prejudice or judgment here - simply love and kindness, so make sure a visit here is on your to-do list next time you are in the area.
This is our most favorite art gallery not just in Charleston but in the US. The art collection is smart, interesting and something for everyone. The owner is so wonderful and have introduced us to so many fabulous pieces. I have my absolute most favorite pieces from this gallery. This is a must do!!!!
We never fail to visit this gallery when we come to Charleston. Reception is always warm and inviting, without pressure, and art pieces are beautifully presented. A wide selection of extraordinary work!
This is the most complete Gallery in Charleston. There are so many wonderful
receptions and meet the artist events to enjoy. Very customer Friendly.
Mary Martin gallery rates 5 stars.....Barbara Lockett
Wonderful people, Amazing place!
They transform the entire gallery every month for a new show that is full of exciting, contemporary art. The artists are inventive, contemporary artists ranging from traditionally trained artists to photographers to pop-artists. A great contemporary art gallery in Charleston!
Beautiful landscapes, if you are into landscapes I have run into a spectacular local artist, Kellie Jacobs at Hamlet Fine Art Gallery at 7 Broad Street Charleston. Check out her work for the most sublime pastels and gorgeous oils depicting lowcountry landscapes, marsh scenes and beach scenes. you have to see her work!
One of Charleston's best kept secrets!
This is a must, for women and men!
Superb in every way.
Best art in town...
No other facility in Charleston offers, under one roof, classes ( both in-house and outreach ), inexpensive studio space and great shows. That said, the physical facility should expand or move, to showcase better this wide range of much-needed program; all this, and non-profit too. Great job by its new staff!
Good food. Cool atmosphere
This restaurant was by far the best restaurant I have been to in years. Our waitress was lovely and the atmosphere couldn't have been more perfect. My husband and I enjoyed a delicious dinner, while remaining intimate, yet somewhat casual. You can turn the surroundings into whatever you want them to be, casual and fun, or elegant and sophisticated. The food was incredible and the wine too! Plus, we didn't even have to wait long at all on a Friday evening. AND, the prices are great for what you get... I strongly recommend Med Bistro to anyone.
Could use more like this
Plum Elements never fails to thrill me.
Always something special, different and personally important there. Like no place else in Charleston or anywhere.
As so much of King Street goes chain (Thanks City Council/Development- for nothing) or messy/radical/young, Plum holds a singular place and vibration.
Prop Master is evocative and worth seeing.
This was OK because the food was bland. The tomato pesto soup tasted like crushed tomatoes, with very little flavor, yet still fresh. The risotto was not true to it's Italian roots, just tasted like firm rice with cream sauce and a few chopped veggies. I will say that the scallops were cooked just right, but the remainder of the dish was bland. On a good note, the atmosphere was nice and they had a great little trio playing.
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