Southern Stroll

August 12, 2015

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.

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Through Gates of Splendor by Stephen St. Claire

Through Gates of Splender

mixed media on panel 24×48

Stephen St. Claire

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Winding Waters

mixed media on panel 15×28

Stephen St. Claire

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Red Bridge Over Ashley II

oil on canvas 48×30

Melissa Anderson

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Chapel By The Sea

oil on canvas 48×48

Melissa Anderson

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Path on Beachwalk Park

oil on canvas 11×14

Marissa Vogl

Sailor's Delight by Marissa Vogl

Sailor’s Delight

oil on canvas 36×36

Marissa Vogl

Bringing 'em Home by J.K. Crum

Bringing ’em Home

acrylic on canvas 36×12

J.K. Crum

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Kissing a Wish

acrylic on canvas 12×12

J.K. Crum

Fulp - Alexander St 2015

Alexander St II

oil on canvas 12×6

Chris Fulp

Fulp - Queen St IV 2014

Queen Street V

oil on canvas 12×6

Chris Fulp


Stroll on into Mitchell Hill Gallery at 438 King Street to view other works by these artists or visit us online at

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

August 5, 2015

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

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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 The Holiday, Nancy works very closely with set directors and interior designers. The sets in her upcoming film are sure to inspire interior designers and spectators alike.

Here’s a sneak peek at Jules’ (Anne Hathaway, The Intern) creative spaces:

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A peek inside Jules’ brownstone.

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Jules’ desk at her New York-based startup.

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The juice bar at Jules’ startup.


Tony Duquette, the late American design icon, is also known for creating spaces that people dream about. Baker Furniture, a line proudly offered here at Mitchell Hill, reinforces Duquette’s artistic legacy by impeccably recreating sixteen of his most iconic pieces. Below are three of his most beloved creations and their original design spaces.

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Paris Snowflake Screens

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 Duquette designed the interiors of this house in the early 1950’s for his friend and client, Cobina Wright. Duquette created his signature modern snowflake screens, figural lamps, side tables, cocktail table, and trophe of musical instruments as a candelabara over the fireplace for Ms. Wright’s interiors. 

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Biomorphic Console 

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Sunburst Torchere

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 Duquette originally designed his now famous Biomorphic Console and mirror in the mid 1960’s for a Bel Air residence. It is shown here holding a collection of sunburst votive holders and many other bronze and gilt metal figurines. 


Be sure to check out Nancy Meyers upcoming film, The Intern, as well as some of Baker’s finest pieces created by the beloved Tony Duquette for inspiration for your next creative space. Click Here



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Rainbow Sherbet

July 15, 2015

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Scoop up some CoLoR from one of our Mitchell Hill artists to add some deliciousness to your summer scene…

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Effects Us All 

Jamie Blackburn

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Summer Drips 

Emily Brown

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Mesmerized I

Debbie Martin

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Stephen Elliott Webb

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Red Burst 

Tom Potocki

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The Dream

Mike Ryon

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438 King Street Charleston, SC


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.

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 Red Bridge Over Ashley

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Bottle Trees II

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Chapel by the Sea

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Forced Redbud

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Morning Reverie



Melissa Anderson began painting with only one brush and three tubes of paint. A sabbatical from a law career opened the door to exploring the world around her, discovering the colors and shapes that inspire her work.  Melissa quickly took the hours and discipline of her law practice and applied it to her artistic education through self-directed training with nationally recognized artists including Cynthia Packard, Carolyn Anderson and Alice Williams, reading, studying and frequenting museums and galleries drawing inspiration from Degas, Manet, Cezanne and many Russian Impressionists.

Anderson’s work may be seen at Art & Light and Mary Praytor galleries.  Her work is in numerous private and public collections including The Greenville Art Museum, The City of Greenville, County Bank, McCall Hospice House, and The Cascades. Anderson’s recent exhibition, “Hidden Treasures: South Carolina Landscapes,” hung at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.  In April 2014,  she was honored to hang a painting in Congressman Trey Gowdy’s Washington office. Anderson lives and works in Greenville, S.C.


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438 King Street Charleston, SC


A Closer Look: Photography at Mitchell Hill

May 9, 2015

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 globe. However, as a true artist, Brown finds beauty in the exotic as well as a mile from his home. He observes and digests an encounter, then uses his camera to exploit a defining moment of that experience- a moment that is ephemeral.

40 x 60 C-Print on Metal edition of 25


Tee Pee: 36 x 24 inches C-Print on Metal edition of 25


Colorado: 24 x 36 inches C-Print on Metal edition of 25


A recent collaboraton with his sister K.C. Lockrem has pushed both of their work into a new realm. Images of horses, schools of fish and flamingos are adorned in layers of fabric, gold flake and magazine clipping which offer an outcome that even surprises them.

Golden: Wishbone Winner with K.C. Lockrem; 20 x 30 C-Print on metal, 1/25


Sebastian Smith lives in New York City and Charleston, SC, and divides his time throughout the year shooting between his studios in Manhattan, Paris and Charleston. His photos exude a worldly seduction.

Le Grand Chien; 30 x 20 archival C print


Rappes de Brosse; 30 x 20 archival C print


La Bouche N’indique Aucun Mensonge; 30 x 20 archival C print



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