The Mills House Hotel partners with Principle Gallery

In January 2022 our sister gallery in Charleston, SC opened a secondary viewing space inside The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel located at 115 Meeting Street, just one block away from the gallery. Principle Gallery and the Mills House Hotel have long been in partnership with one another. The Mills House Hotel has generously supported … More The Mills House Hotel partners with Principle Gallery

Christine Lashley “Color and Light”

Christine Lashley’s solo exhibition Color and Light opens today at Principle Gallery Charleston! There will be an opening reception in the gallery from 5-8 pm this evening and Christine will be in attendance. “Thirty new paintings explore my love of layers and light-dazzle at my Principle Gallery Charleston Solo Show Color and Light. The nuance … More Christine Lashley “Color and Light”

The Still Life: Jorge Alberto, Elizabeth Floyd & Larry Preston

The Still Life featuring the work of Jorge Alberto, Elizabeth Floyd, and Larry Preston is now open! This exhibition celebrates the still life, one of the most iconic painting genres. We currently have over 30 new paintings on display from all three artists. Click here to view the entire exhibition and if you’re on a … More The Still Life: Jorge Alberto, Elizabeth Floyd & Larry Preston

Laura E. Pritchett: “Making art has been my life-long passion”

North Carolina-based painter, Laura E. Pritchett, discusses her transition from oil to acrylics! Acrylics have completely changed the way she creates her artwork while traveling. In the video above, Laura beautifully exhibits how she has expanded her possibilities with the help of acrylics and polymer glazing liquid. I think this video teaches us that art … More Laura E. Pritchett: “Making art has been my life-long passion”

Introducing, Sterling Clinton Hundley!

Sterling Clinton Hundley, (b. 1976) is an American painter and draftsman based in Richmond, VA. He’s a professor in the School of Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). Hundley’s work draws into light imperceptible phenomena through the excavation of compressed sequential imagery to reveal the influence of the unseen. From murals, exhibitions, installations, book covers … More Introducing, Sterling Clinton Hundley!