Lese Corrigan, artist and owner of the Corrigan Gallery, will present to Daniel Island Historical Society on 19th and 20th century art history of Charleston at our culminating meeting of the 2018-2019 season on Tuesday, May 21, at 7 PM. The venue for the meeting will be Bin 526 on Daniel Island. We invite guests to arrive early, around 6:30 PM for wine and conversation before the program officially begins.
“Corrigan Gallery opened its doors September 1, 2005 at 62 Queen Street, Charleston, South Carolina, just off the corner of Meeting and Queen streets in the historic area called by some the French Quarter. The gallery exhibits works of art both representational and abstract possessing the charm of old Charleston with a contemporary edge. Representing artists whose work is beyond the traditional approach to the southern landscape of marshes and palmettos, there are new works to see on a regular basis. Artistic vision partnered with an intellectual strength and astute handling of the materials describes the work on display. The gallery moved to Broad Street June 1, 2017 adding a lovely garden to the setting.”