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. During its several exhibits a year, The Vendue, guided by curators Robert and Megan Lange, displays at least 40 pieces, with artists hailing from all corners of the globe. The theme for November’s exhibit (which will be on display until March 2016) is Silver versus Gold. The opening reception will be held on Nov. 12 from 6-8 p.m. featuring live music, gold and silver themed cocktails, and passed hors d’oeuvres.
All of the displayed works were created specifically for the exhibit, with participating artists submitting work beforehand in order to be considered before being given the theme. “The caliber of artists creating work for this show is top notch and with the reputation of the hotel as an art lover’s dream destination spreading, I’m excited to see how the art experience will continue to grow,” says Robert Lange.
If you’re interested in a more lavish art affair, The Vendue will hold a premiere dinner on Nov.11 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. with a four-course meal and wine pairings for $85 a guest.
Tyler Butcher, Mark Baily from LePrince Fine Art, Victor Grasso, Nathan Durfee, Ali Cavanaugh, Kerry Brooks, Amy Lind, Mia Bergeron, Michelle Jader, June Stratton, Sara Golish, Mary Engel, Holly Wilson, Ethan Diehl, Tiffany Sage, John Mcleod, Julia Diller, Pavlina Alea, Brown W. Cannon III + KC Lockrem from Mitchell Hill Gallery, Karen Ann Myers, Anna Kinkaide, Michele Wilk from Principle Gallery, Mickey Williams, Kay Young, Kathleen Earthrowl, Kate Roebuck, Christopher Burk, J.B. Boyd, Joshua Flint, Erik Johnson, Matt Bober, Adam Hall, Eva Carter, Casey Krawczyk, Vincent Giarrano, Sarupa Sidaarth, Susan Harrell and Robert Lange
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