The Gallery

Anglin Smith was yet another creative vision conceived by Betty. After a trip to the west coast for a solo exhibit in Carmel, California, she was inspired to open a family gallery. The discovery of a hidden gem in the historic French Quarter sealed the deal: a 200 year old building with cypress walls and stone floors. It was perfect, and the gallery opened in November 2000.

The gallery welcomes both browsers and collectors to visit and view our collection of oil paintings of landscapes, still life, city scenes and abstracts. Each painter featured is hand-selected and a member of the Smith family circle of talented friends, often having traveled or painted alongside them. In addition, you will find bronze sculptures of indigenous wildlife, and black and white photographs. Our staff is warm and welcoming and will offer you full services of delivering works for your approval and assisting with art placement.

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A Family Business

Anglin Smith Fine Art is primarily known for the works of painter Betty Anglin Smith and her triplets, Shannon, Jennifer and Tripp. The talented family share a passion for their beautiful surroundings, and often incorporate the essence of the lowcounty into their works.

When Betty first moved to Charleston in 1972, she was immediately inspired by the thriving art scene, and soon found herself a part of it. Selling her first painting for $15 in 1976, she found herself surrounded by other young artists and officially became a part of the culture. Betty’s style continued to evolve with the changing artistic landscape of Charleston as she became more involved in the burgeoning art scene.

The Smith triplets, Shannon, Jennifer and Tripp, found their own paths into the art world. Studying architecture at Clemson University, Jennifer Smith Rogers’ oil paintings often depict the juxtaposition of buildings against bright skies. Also favoring oils, Shannon Smith Hughes’ talent lies in making light the focus on her works, while Tripp Smith captures the landscapes and essence of the Lowcountry through photography.