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September 09 – Oct 18, 2021

12 local artists have put their unique twist on 13 – 16″ wooden lighthouses. They will be exhibited at
“Lighthouse Keeper” venues throughout the downtown area. An online auction will follow, to raise funds for
children’s after-school art programs.

1. Augustus & Carolina, 822 Front, 912 Front St.

– Debanjana Bhattacharjee

2. Bluebird Vintage Home, 925 Front St.

– Johnnie Cowan

3. Indigo Mercantile, 724 Front St.

– Michael Gordon

4. Kaminski House Gift Shop, 1003 Front St.

– Sarah Credito

5. Purr and Pour, 908 Front St.

– Elken Grate

6. Sara & Beth’s Gifts & Home, 1003 Prince St.

– Nicole Hendricks

7. SC Maritime Museum, 729 Front St.

– Karen Joyce

8. SC Maritime Museum, 729 Front St.

– Tom Leonardo

9. SoCo Grille, 619 Front St.

– Danny McLaughlin

10. The Cottage, 814 Front St.

– Terry Strawser

11. The Harbor Shop, 602 Front St.

– Joanne Willoughby

12. Wildes Financial Strategies, 625 Church St.

– Deborah Smith #1

13. Wildflower & Whiskey Clothing, 914 Front St.

– Deborah Smith #2

Harborlight Lighthouses

VOTE: You can vote for your favorites at any “Lighthouse Keeper” venue listed above.

BID: You can bid on your favorite lighthouse in the online auction. Visit between October 13 – 18, 2021.

Special Photography Exhibit

Art Harbor gallery will host a special exhibit of photography of the shapes and sights of the Lowcountry in black and white, monochrome, and selective color – Carolina, seen through the lens of area photographers in shades of gray.

Several noted area photographers will share their vision of their “home in monochrome” July 17th – August 15th. Photographers’ reception, July 24th from 4-7 PM.

Art Harbor Gallery, 912 Front St., Georgetown. 843-608-9269

TUE – SAT:  10 AM – 4 PM
SUN:  11 AM – 4 PM

Saturday, June 19th is going to be a fun day in Georgetown, with plenty of activities for all the family.

Art harbor Gallery and The Cottage are partnering to host another Plein Air – event “Painting Georgetown Back to Front”. A number of local artists will be painting “Plein Air” (a style of painting outside, popularized in the 19th-century by the French impressionist school of painters) on the sidewalks of Georgetown’s historic downtown district.

Completed works will be available to either view or purchase at each artist’s home gallery. There will be an artist reception from 2 pm -4 pm at the Art harbor Gallery ( 912 Front Street) and the Cottage ( 817 Front Street). We look forward to seeing you!

Gullah Art Exhibition

Resilient. A Legacy of Gullah Art

A new exhibition that celebrates Gullah art and culture will open May 1st – May 16th, 2021.  at Art Harbor Gallery in Georgetown. Please check back for details. 

A Call for Artists

Artist interested in submitting work for consideration can do so here:

Submit Your Art

an “En Plein Air” event

Join the artists of Art Harbor Gallery, The Cottage, and The Georgetown Art Gallery as they paint “En Plein Air” in Georgetown’s Historic Business District. Reception to follow at the Cottage from 2:00 pm – 3 pm (finished works will available for purchase). Masks are required at all locations and please observe social distancing.

This work has been sold. Please inquire about other works by this artist.

This work has been sold. Please inquire about other works by this artist.


Join acclaimed, award-winning artist, Tommy Beaver for his exciting impressionist landscape oil painting workshop. Paint along with Tommy and learn his innovative oil painting techniques. Space is limited to 6 participants, age 16 or older, and will run from 11 AM to 4 PM with a break for lunch. Participants should bring their own painting materials and tabletop or floor standing easel. (There will be limited loaner easels available.) There will be adequate space for safe distancing. The cost is $125 per person. Reserve your space with a $25 deposit. Balance is due on the day of the workshop. Should there be too few participants signed up by July 18th, The workshop will be canceled and Art Harbor Gallery will notify those who have signed up and refund deposits. No-shows will not receive a refund.