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Art League Gallery

Art Lover, artist or collector, you’ll find local artwork in all media by more than 180 exhibiting member artists. All artwork on display is for sale in our beautiful 2,000 square foot gallery located mid-island inside Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. We showcase two and three-dimensional artwork and jewelry. Exhibits change every month. Featured Artist receptions are free and open to the public. Find exhibit dates and times on our website. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 am-4 pm, Sunday from 12 - 4 pm, and 90 minutes before all Arts Center performances.

Art League of Hilton Head sponsors two national, juried exhibitions that bring artwork from around the country to our community: "CraftHiltonHead", Regional Juried Fine Art Craft Guild Exhibition and the “Biennale”, National Juried Art Exhibition. Throughout the year, Art League of Hilton Head collaborates and partners with arts and cultural nonprofits and businesses to benefit residents, visitors and the artists who enrich our community.

Art League of Hilton Head is the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit visual arts organization on Hilton Head Island with a synergistic art Gallery and teaching Academy that welcomes artists and students at all skill levels and in all media. Art League Gallery is the exhibition part of Art League of Hilton Head.

Art League of Hilton Head's mission is inspiring visual arts for our community and its visitors through exhibitions, education and partnerships.


upcoming events:

Fabulous Fakes Art Auction

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Beginning July 01 @ 10:00 am
For only four days, Art League of Hilton Head will host a much-loved and anticipated alternate artistic reality—one in which Monet’s famous water lilies host amphibian residents, a Van Gogh countryside features a very modern putting green, and Whistler’s Mother enjoys a cocktail.   Fabulous Fakes is a four-day exhibit that takes inspiration from the old masters. Some artworks are replicas of famous paintings with an often humorous or whimsical twist; others are inspired by the techniques of the masters but have an entirely different subject matter, medium, or color palette.   “This exhibit is a chance to have some fun,” says Kristen McIntosh, General Manager. “Artists don’t always have to take their work so seriously, although it is a challenge to duplicate the works of some of the masters. The skill required to create some of these replicas is astonishing.”   All artworks are for sale via a silent auction that can be viewed both in-person and online. A reception to announce the silent auction winners will take place on the last day of the exhibit.   Fabulous Fakes will be held June 28-July 1, 10am-4pm, at Art League Gallery. The silent auction will end at 6pm on July 1. A reception will be held Friday, July 1, 5-7pm, where the auction winners will be announced. The show and reception are free and open to the public.
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Fabulous Fakes Art Auction Reception

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Beginning July 01 @ 05:00 pm
For only four days, Art League of Hilton Head will host a much-loved and anticipated alternate artistic reality—one in which Monet’s famous water lilies host amphibian residents, a Van Gogh countryside features a very modern putting green, and Whistler’s Mother enjoys a cocktail.   Fabulous Fakes is a four-day exhibit that takes inspiration from the old masters. Some artworks are replicas of famous paintings with an often humorous or whimsical twist; others are inspired by the techniques of the masters but have an entirely different subject matter, medium, or color palette.   “This exhibit is a chance to have some fun,” says Kristen McIntosh, General Manager. “Artists don’t always have to take their work so seriously, although it is a challenge to duplicate the works of some of the masters. The skill required to create some of these replicas is astonishing.”   All artworks are for sale via a silent auction that can be viewed both in-person and online. A reception to announce the silent auction winners will take place on the last day of the exhibit.   Fabulous Fakes will be held June 28-July 1, 10am-4pm, at Art League Gallery. The silent auction will end at 6pm on July 1. A reception will be held Friday, July 1, 5-7pm, where the auction winners will be announced. The show and reception are free and open to the public.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith

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Beginning July 06 @ 10:00 am
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith Reception

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Beginning July 06 @ 05:00 pm
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith

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Beginning July 07 @ 10:00 am
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith

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Beginning July 08 @ 10:00 am
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith

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Beginning July 09 @ 10:00 am
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith

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Beginning July 10 @ 12:00 pm
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith

WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 43019 [post_author] => 72 [post_date] => 2022-06-23 13:08:48 [post_date_gmt] => 2022-06-23 17:08:48 [post_content] => Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm. [post_title] => How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => how-we-git-gullah-by-saundra-renee-smith-2022-07-11 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2022-06-23 13:08:48 [post_modified_gmt] => 2022-06-23 17:08:48 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 43004 [guid] => https://culturehhi.org/?post_type=tribe_events&eventDate=2022-07-11#038;p=43004 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => tribe_events [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw [event_date] => 2022-07-11 10:00:00 )
Beginning July 11 @ 10:00 am
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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How We Git Gullah by Saundra Renee Smith

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Beginning July 12 @ 10:00 am
Teaching the Meaning of Family How We Git Gullah opens July 6 at Art League Gallery   Saundra Renee Smith, local Gullah artist, captures the essence of being an authentic Gullah/Geechee native of the Lowcountry in How We Git Gullah, an exhibit at Art League this July.   Smith's work is nostalgic, showing simplistic and innocent scenes of a symbiotic existence with the earth, guided by the wisdom of the ancients. Inspired by the beauty of her native St. Helena, Smith's paintings feature lush, green fields, moss-covered oaks, and rivers "carrying food, health, and Gullah folk tales on every tide." She uses colorful acrylic paints and mixed media on all manner of materials, including canvas, board, glass, vinyl and tin.   Gullah means "kinfolk." How We Git Gullah is a tribute to the notion of a cultural family with a homeland ranging down the East Coast from North Carolina to Florida in a swath known as the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Corridor. The exhibit will have short stories of Gullah life interspersed among the artworks. "My aim is to foster communication, connections, and a sense of cultural humility," says Smith.   How We Git Gullah will be on exhibit July 6-August 13, 2022 at Art League of Hilton Head. An opening reception, free and open to the public, will be held Wednesday, July 6, 5-7pm.
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