Hagan Fine Art Has Moved

  Visit us at our new location: 177 King Street

After six wonderful years in our sweet, little gallery in Charleston's historic French Quarter, we have moved. Please visit Karen Hewitt Hagan and her team of fine art specialists at our new location: 177 King Street

Hagan Fine Art's new home is located in Charleston's Lower King Street's bustling Fine Art & Antiques District just three blocks down from Belmond Charleston Place.

To Karen Hewitt Hagan, the decision to relocate was easy. She states, "When I first walked through the doors and stepped into these light-filled, expansive rooms, I knew that the glorious sunshine pouring in through big picture windows would show off the artists' works in the best possible light. Also, the building is rich in old Charleston character. Its floors are original heart pine. The French doors, exposed wood beams and bead board ceilings have a wonderfully aged patina. It really offers the ultimate art viewing experience for anyone who loves to spend time in art galleries."

To accommodate the art buying experience, the gallery boasts several inviting and intimate areas; including a private viewing room where art lovers can sit and enjoy getting to know the art in a relaxed unhurried atmosphere, a charming secret courtyard garden and three antique mantels over which hang beautiful originals from around the world.

Hagan Fine Art Gallery & Studio (located near the Charleston Library Society) is honored to keep close company with some of Charleston's most distinguished storefronts in the King Street district, including; Kevin Le Prince Fine Art, Reinert Fine Art, The Sylvan Gallery, Irresistibles Boutique, Cynthia Crowley Boutique, Tucker Payne Antiques, John Pope Antiques, South of Market, Vieuxtemps , The Audubon Gallery, Julia Santen Gallery, The Sportsman's Gallery, The Srebnik Gallery, Ooh! Ooh! Shoes, and Charleston Shoes. (It's really great shopping on Lower King).

Like nearby venues that cater to refined tastes, Hagan Fine Art Gallery & Studio offers a diverse selection of original fine art from large-scale abstracts to landscapes painted in the manner of American and Russian impressionism. The gallery offers fine jewelry by gemologist and designer Yvonne Gillis, and hosts a working studio with Artist-In-Residence Mary Ann Cope. "People who visit our gallery typically tell us that we offer the most exciting collection of fine artists in Charleston," says Karen.