exhibits

KAREN KILLIAN "It's Cocktail Hour!"

Opens Friday, 05 May 2017 Until Saturday, 03 June 2017

KAREN KILLIAN
The widely collected Karen Killian taps into the lighter side of canine paintings with her latest series, It’s Cocktail Hour!, a celebration of libations and the canine spirit featured with Golden Retrievers, the subject for which she is most famous.

A TRIBUTE TO COUNT BERNARD DE CLAVIERE D'HUST Great Animalier of the 20th Century

Opens Wednesday, 01 February 2017 Until Saturday, 25 March 2017

A TRIBUTE TO COUNT BERNARD DE CLAVIERE D'HUST Great Animalier of the 20th Century
A tribute to Foremost Animalier, Count Bernard de Claviere d’Hust will be at Dog & Horse Fine Art February 1 through March 25, 2017. A genius and consummate artist, Bernard accumulated distinguished clientele in 23 countries over the course of his career. Most well-known for his equine paintings, his portfolio includes many important canine paintings as well, and wildlife of all kinds. The quintessential description of his paintings came from the artist himself: “modern from a classical perspective."

April Exhibition: Lisa Gleim-Jonas "Dock Dogs"

Opens Friday, 03 April 2015 Until Saturday, 25 April 2015 - Opening Reciption on Friday, 03 April 2015 at 5:00-8:00 pm

April Exhibition: Lisa Gleim-Jonas
Dog & Horse, Fine Art & Portraiture is pleased to announce LISA GLEIM-JONAS "Dock Dogs" April 3 – 25, 2015. Lisa Gleim-Jonas' brilliantly painted pastels of dogs jumping and swimming are a delight to behold.

KATHRYN FREEMAN “A Serene Life”

Opens Friday, 04 October 2013 Until Saturday, 02 November 2013 - Opening Reciption on Friday, 04 October 2013 at 5:00P.M.-8:00 PM

KATHRYN FREEMAN “A Serene Life”

Kathryn Freeman’s magical paintings are calm, joyful, and thought-provoking.  Her paintings invite one to stay for a while and pay a visit to her lovely world which is made complete with dogs, cats, rabbits…...  Come see for yourself.

Kathryn Freeman is a narrative painter who combines classical composition with magical realism. “I also try to distill forms – the figure, buildings, trees – down to their very essence. In doing so, I hope to give them an enduring presence and universality. I am interested in transposing the metaphorical into the literal, and I often use both allegory and symbolism to do so. There are certain images or symbols; dogs, birds, horses, which appear repeatedly in my paintings, and can be interpreted universally to kindle deeper interpretation.” Freeman’s career as a painter began when she lived and worked with her uncle, the American landscape painter Robert Jordan, of New Hampshire and at the UNH. Since obtaining her master’s degree in art from Brooklyn College, Freeman has exhibited six times in New York City, as well as in London, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington DC and in Europe.

SEWE Valentine's Day Party

SEWE Valentine's Day Party
The Local Palate Magazine invites you to join their friends, Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture, Peabody Watercolors, High Wire Distillery and St. Jude Farms for a highfalutin SEWE Valentine’s Day Party. Sip on hand-crafted spirits and eat fresh local oysters while browsing sporting art by...

Miniatures

Opens Friday, 18 July 2014 Until Saturday, 23 August 2014

Miniatures
Dog & Horse Fine Art will have an exhibition of MINIATURES by Nancy Van Meter, Beth de Loiselle, Paul Eaton and small watercolors by Nancy Pellatt. Miniatures are an art form which has been in existence prior to the 15th century. The resurgence in popularity started in the late 19th century in England and has expanded worldwide. Of foremost importance in contemporary miniature art are highly skilled and painstaking techniques used by the artist. The paintings draw the viewer's eye deeper into the work and amaze with the gem-like details of the tiny treasure.

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102 Church St., Charleston, SC 29401
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