Meyer Vogl Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery located in the heart of Charleston’s bustling gallery district and historic French Quarter. We also have a second location on Daniel Island, which is about a 20-minute drive from the Charleston peninsula. Permanently featuring oil paintings by distinguished artists Laurie Meyer and Marissa Vogl, we also exhibit works by a number of local and internationally recognized artists. These artists are diverse and unique, ranging from emerging to established contemporary masters; the unifying element is that they excite us. By exhibiting artwork for which we feel an emotional connection, we hope to engage the senses of art lovers and introduce collectors to exhilarating new works.
Our ties to Charleston run deep. Owner and artist Laurie Meyer has lived and painted in Charleston for more than 35 years and has watched her career develop and blossom. Her daughter Katie Geer, owner and director of the gallery, grew up surrounded by art and artists, and — along with a seven-year stint in Manhattan — developed an eye and a passion for the business. Owner and artist Marissa Vogl, a Montana native, burst into the Charleston art scene nearly 10 years ago and hasn’t looked back. All lovers of color and bold brushwork, we have formed a strong alliance and vision for Meyer Vogl Gallery.
Meyer Vogl Gallery is also dedicated to community involvement for the betterment of Charleston. In fact, the idea for the gallery first sprouted during the organization of “Artists for Emanuel,” a 90-person art exhibit that raised funds for Coastal Community Foundation’s Lowcountry Unity Fund, formed after the tragedy at Mother Emanuel AME Church in 2015. It’s our mission to stay committed to our community in various ways.
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