Gallery Notes

Eating lobster rolls at the famous Dip Net Restaurant in Port Clyde, Maine

July 30, 2014

A Smith-Kind-of Summer: The Met, Maine, and More

How’s your summer been? It’s hard to believe that we’re already starting to reminisce about the summer months and look forward to fall—the start of school, somewhat cooler temperatures, and (of course!) art walks. Thus far, the Smiths’ summer has been jam-packed. The whole family kicked off summer with a week spent relaxing at a […]

aug2013 seph and baby ellen

July 3, 2014

A Silent Auction to Benefit the Ellen Limehouse Educational Fund: July 1- 31

Leigh Limehouse has worked for Anglin Smith Fine Art for over 13 years. During that time, she’s been the heart and soul of this gallery and an integral part of Charleston’s art community. So when her husband, Seph Limehouse, lost his five year battle to cancer in April at the age of 38, Anglin Smith […]


June 5, 2014

The Edge of Abstraction, a collection of paintings by Betty Anglin Smith, Carl Plansky, and Micheal Zarowsky: June 6-20

Join us on Friday night for the opening reception of The Edge of Abstraction—a selection of paintings by artists Betty Anglin Smith, Carl Plansky, and Micheal Zarowsky. You know Betty best for her bold and vibrant landscapes. More recently, however, she has been finding inspiration in abstract painting. “My joy in landscape painting for many […]


April 29, 2014

Barrier Islands by Shannon Smith Hughes: May 2 – 16

This Friday night, join us for the opening reception of Barrier Islands: a selection of new paintings by Shannon Smith Hughes. A Lowcountry native, Shannon grew up with a keen appreciation of the islands surrounding Charleston—as an artist, she’s forever inspired to paint them. “Our Lowcountry coastline is made up of a chain of barrier […]