Charleston, SC Mrs. Manigault is a master of the traditional Lowcountry art of Sweet Grass Basketry. Her materials are local sweetgrass, bulrushes and pine needles, woven together into rows and bound with palmetto fronds. Her award-winning baskets are prized by serious art...Read More
Mt Pleasant, SC John Schumacher was born in Covington, KY, and graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a Major in Business and a Minor in Fine Arts. Many of the grand old houses in that area included stained glass windows in their architectural design, which he always...Read More
Mt. Pleasant, SC I began weaving in 1976, and fell in love. Since then, amidst working full-time and raising two children, I’ve always found time to weave. I studied design at the Glassell School of Art in Houston, Texas, and in the ensuing years enjoyed many master classes...Read More
Charleston Bath Works by Shelby Parbel offers all natural, luxurious body products made from natural ingredients with special exfoliants. The Charleston Signature Series features lucious scents and colors inspired by the beaches and history of the Lowcountry. You can find the...Read More
Charleston, SC Hue & Eye Photography and Design is Becky and Doug Hickok. Originally from Cincinnati, OH, Becky, a designer and Doug, a photographer, have lived in Charleston for over 26 years. Doug graduated from Ohio Visual Art Institute, and Becky is a graduate of...Read More
Mt. Pleasant, SC Fred studied Ceramic Arts at the University of Idaho, followed by a studio residency at the Archie Bray Foundation. At The Bray, surrounded by a diverse and talented group, he began to develop as an artist. Pottery became a hobby while he pursued a career in...Read More
Hillary King Charleston, SC Hillary was inspired to start woodworking as a way to salvage wood that was being discarded during renovation work. She has always been enamored with historic buildings, and that passion led her to Charleston to pursue a Masters Degree in Historic...Read More
Columbia, SC Valerie has been fascinated by rocks since she was young and now takes what the Earth has created and cuts and polishes them into wearable works of art. Originally from the midwest, Valerie learned traditional metal smithing by taking classes in the evenings after...Read More
Charleston, SC Beautiful, traditional lathe-turned bowls, platters, wine stoppers and ornaments, artfully crafted from a wide variety of different wood species. In creating his one-of-a-kind pieces, Charlie begins with a rough section of wood and plans the completed vessel by...Read More
Branchville, SC Distinctive handcrafted jewelry designed to be versatile, functional and durable. Techniques include bench metal smithing, handcrafting kiln fired stoneware pottery beads and pendants, wire wrapping, and stained glass work. Handcrafted components are combined...Read More
Summerville, SC Unique,inspired stoneware and porcelain pieces. When John makes a piece, basic wheel throwning and hand building are just the beginning. He lavishly embellishes his pieces with hand crafted sculptural forms, incised and pressed texturing, and detailed glaze...Read More
Holly Hill, SC Intricate flameworked glass beads are the focus of these fabulous jewelry designs. To create these exquisitely detailed works of art, Tammy is seated before a fixed torch flame, using one hand to turn the molten bead on its metal rod in the flame, while expertly...Read More
Johns Island, SC Shelby Parbel Jewelry Distinctive copper and fine silver statement pieces in an earthy, organic style, featuring personalized hand stamped mixed metals, riveting, and bezel-set gemstones. Shelby welcomes custom orders, so please contact her through her website...Read More
Charleston, SC Wheel thrown functional and decorative stoneware pieces featuring hand carved and hand formed designs, along with applied castings from original molds. Marty specializes in formulating her own traditional and reactive glazes,which are applied by dipping or...Read More
James Island, SC Kenny Teague, a retired mechanical engineer, creates his beautifully patterned wood turnings through a specialized process known as Segmented Construction. First, the shape, colors and pattern of the piece must be carefully planned, then Kenny meticulously cuts...Read More
All exhibiting members take part in the management and operation of the cooperative and the gallery.
December 2 5pm-8pm
Featuring our new 2016 members along with holiday ornaments. Please join us in celebrating our local artists and their beautiful work! Light refreshments will be served with entertainment by the musical group The Three Pegs.
Charleston Craft Gallery is located at 161 Church Street in downtown Charleston near The Market, across the street from Tommy Condon’s Restaurant. Our phone number is (843)723-2938.
we are open 7 days a week, 10am-6pm.