Mitchell Hill Collection

Many wonderful things have been happening since our transition to Mitchell Hill last April. One of the many facets of our expansion is the unveiling of The Mitchell Hill Collection, a series of lighting and furniture pieces designed by our very own Tyler Hill! In March 2016 we will have a collection event, with multiple Read More

Abstraction / Divergence

      On Friday, September 18, 2015 we will be celebrating the opening of ABSTRACTION/DIVERGENCE.  Join us from 6-8pm next Friday or throughout the month long exhibit to experience these two new series. Leeke was awarded a grant by the Charleston Scientific and Cultural Education Fund to produce a traveling exhibition entitled: View from Read More

Water: Lifestyle and Inspiration

  Paddleboarding through Shem Creek? photo credit: coastalexpeditions.com Surfing out on Folly’s washout? photo credit: follywahine.org Splashing in the fountain at Waterfront Park? photo credit: mollyonthemove.com Three of Mitchell Hill’s artists, Hirona Matsuda, Lisa Shimko, and Trever Webster, are #drawntowater and will be displaying their fascination with the aquatic in their exhibit opening Friday, August Read More

Southern Stroll

Colorful storefronts, breathtaking harbor views, stunning architecture, swaying trees and hanging Spanish moss, picturesque waters, and well manicured lawns and gardens are sure to captivate the soul as you take a southern stroll through the beloved city of Charleston, South Carolina. Mitchell Hill Gallery features several artists who attempt to capture the city’s southern charm. Read More

“A house tells you so much about a person.”

“A house tells you so much about a person.” – Nancy Meyers Nancy Meyers, American film director, producer, and screenwriter, is at it again in her next film, The Intern, opening in theaters September 2015. On each of her movie sets, including the inviting kitchen in Something’s Gotta Give and the charming Cotswold style bedroom in Read More

Rainbow Sherbet

Scoop up some CoLoR from one of our Mitchell Hill artists to add some deliciousness to your summer scene… Effects Us All  Jamie Blackburn Summer Drips  Emily Brown Mesmerized I Debbie Martin Le Prince de Mer Stephen Elliott Webb Red Burst  Tom Potocki The Dream Mike Ryon To see more CoLoR from our artists, visit Read More

Color, and Texture, and Pattern! Oh My!

“My focus is the world within the four corners of the canvas.” -Melissa Anderson Drop by Mitchell Hill and peer into the worlds of color, texture, and pattern created by Melissa Anderson.  Her “Elegance of Native Soul” exhibit will be showing until September 15, 2015.  Red Bridge Over Ashley Bottle Trees II Chapel by the Sea Forced Read More

A Closer Look: Photography at Mitchell Hill

Here at Mitchell Hill, our painters represent the topmost in innovation, expertise and quality. For our photographers, the criteria is no different. Brown W. Cannon III and Sebastian Smith have different aesthetics and styles, adding to the diverse and dynamical essence to our gallery. Brown W. Cannon III career in photography has taken him all over the Read More

Lasting Motifs

“China: Through the Looking Glass” is a spectacular exhibition opening this month at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The show compiles dresses by esteemed Western designers including John Galliano and Alexander McQueen, whose designs were influenced by Chinese motifs including the traditional lotus blossom, the dragon lady and more. Among the dresses are clothing and artifacts dating back 5000 Read More

70’s Revival- Sorry We’re Not Sorry.

 From egg chairs to waterbeds, ’70s design has long been derided as tacky. Those who lived through hoped and prayed that they could leave those recollections of bellbottoms and feathered hair in the past.  But as always, trends come full circle, and the 70’s are now a source of great inspiration, in fashion and design. At Read More

A Balanced Life: Interview with Susan Colwell

Bursting with verdant plants, with neutral landscape paintings hung throughout, and the meditative sound of a trickling waterfall in the background, Susan Colwell’s home exudes feelings of natural stillness and quietude- like her paintings. Upon greeting me at her door, I was not received by the pensive person I thought I was about to meet. Susan is energetic and full Read More

Lost and Now Found

From modern to traditional, contemporary to Arts and Crafts, we appreciate all eras and design aesthetics here at Mitchell Hill. Constantly on the hunt for the beautiful and exciting, we are thrilled when we come across craftsmen (and craftswomen) who have a talent for finding the old and creating new, refined pieces of art. Not only is Read More