Upcoming Art Exhibition
Homage | April 2017 – September 2017
Homage will feature work from 30 artists from around the country. The exhibition is based on the premise that every artist has endless inspiration – that every work of art that an artist has seen has probably influenced or inspired them in some way. With Homage, The Vendue’s art director asked each participating artist to choose the one artist they identify as the most inspiring to them and their work. She challenged them to pay homage to their inspiration by selecting one of their works and use that to reimagine it in a way that would make their inspiration proud. Emily states, “It is my hope that every artist will be able to take this in a direction that fits their own medium, composition, technique, style, symbolism, current events.” Among the participating artists are Susan Harrell, David Michael Bowers, Molly B. Right, and Lulie Wallace.
Current Art Exhibition
Lions and Tigers and Bears | October 2016 – March 2017
“Lions and Tigers and Bears” is anchored by an animal-related theme – specifically focusing on the surreal and nontraditional. This exhibition combines artists from a diverse range of artistic disciplines at differing levels of their careers. More than thirty artists were selected for the show, including renowned painters Kevin Taylor, Karen Hollingsworth, and Elicia Edijanto, many artists are showing their work in Charleston for the first time.
Past Art Exhibition
New York Academy of Art | May – October 2016
The Vendue has become home to more than thirty pieces from the New York Academy of Art. The show unfolds with a general theme: A cross section of the most talented and progressive artists past and present from the highly acclaimed school. Visitors will encounter images, objects, and living artist that have reshaped the direction of the contemporary art scene in the United States.
Melissa Anderson, Jean-Pierre Arboleda, Jaclyn Brown, Michelle Doll, Peter Drake, Heidi Elbers, Michele Fenniak, Shauna Finn, Alonsa Guevara, Caitlin Hurd, John Jacobsmeyer, Christian Johnson, Casey Krawczyk, Will Kurtz, Lisa Lebofsky, Benjamin Martins, Alyssa Monks, Stefania Panepinto, Jennifer Presant, Jessie Peterson Tarazi, Melanie Vote, Annie Wildey
Past Art Exhibits
Silver Vs. Gold
Ever since The Vendue reopened in May of 2014, owners Jon and Lisa Weitz have emphasized the hotel’s presence as a space for art of all kinds.View More
The Vendue’s third art exhibit, titled “Fluent”, is anchored by the theme of motion and fluidity, will present ideas, sculptures and paintings to the public.View More
The exhibit called “Here Now”, was on view in Fall and Winter of 2014 and featured approximately 65 pieces of art from more than 30 artists.View More
A contemporary gallery and interior design firm found on Upper King Street, we strive to provide our viewers with an art experience unlike any other in Charleston.View More
The Buddha Chapel was the central room from an ambitious multimedia exhibition from artist John Duckworth entitled AWAKE, which was on display in The Vendue’s 26 Gallery.View More
As the peninsula’s only hotel dedicated to the arts, in all forms, we pride ourselves on offering an overall sensory experience unlike any other in Charleston.View More
Best described as paintings from a camera, John Duckworth’s Landscape Abstracts evoke the sea, forest, marsh, and sky in rich bands of saturated color.View More
I See A Pattern
The “I See A Pattern” exhibition was a visual candy land of ideas, sculptures and paintings with the aim of propelling creativity in Charleston using the theme of pattern.View More