We have a whole lot to be grateful for.
WHEW what a year it has been. 2020 has been a year of change for all. It's pretty crazy looking back to where this year started and seeing where we are now.
425 Online Sales
If you had asked us in February what our 2020 goals were, a full-fledged online gallery wouldn't have been on the top of our list. Then, everything changed. We didn't expect a lot of what 2020 brought on, but we're proud to have been able to ship over 425 pieces of artwork to collectors all over the world through our fully shoppable e-commerce website.
9 Curated Exhibits
Amidst the uncertainty of this year, we proudly curated 9 exhibits highlighting our roster artists, local businesses, and our vibrant artistic community. To learn more about each show and view the featured artwork, click on the titles below!
Iconic Charleston at 10 WestEdge
Play Day; Paint, Sew, Sleep - Teresa Roche Solo Exhibition
Cowboy Candy New work by Olivia Bonilla
Art for Change - During our Art For Change exhibit we raised over $4500. 100% of these funds were sent to R3 Inc. and the School of the Arts at College of Charleston Rick Watkins Memorial Scholarship.
Stop Listen - Laura Dargan and Kate Hooray Osmond
Fantastic Beasts - Robin Howard and Charlotte Fraser
Scapes - Rachael Nerney and Kiah Bellows with guest artist Kate Blohm
Into the Mystic - A Group Exhibition of 30 Artists celebrating all things mystical
Bold and Bright at 10 WestEdge, exhibiting through Spring 2021
3 New Artists
We welcomed three new artists to our roster of artists this year; Scot Rittenbaum, Charlotte Fraser and Lynthia Edwards. We are delighted to carry their work and are eager to tell you more about them!
1 Year with Island Haus Co.
It's hard to believe it's already been a whole year that we've shared our space with Island Haus Co. Learn more about Renee and her delightful island inspired products here!
Owner, Sarah Miller Gelber’s Podcast Debut
Maureen Borzacchiello from RealTalk Podcast chatted with owner Sarah Miller Gelber about the story of Miller Gallery and the trials she has faced as a woman in business, closing due to COVID, and what she has learned via trial by fire. Listen here.
Featured Interviews with Miller Gallery
We loved these insightful Shoutout ATL interviews with Rachael Nerney and Robin Howard. We also enjoyed revisiting these Voyage ATL interviews with Julia Deckman, Sarah Miller Gelber and Laura Dargan.
As we look to the future, we are excited to connect deeper with you through our online platforms. With new artwork arriving daily, our weekly newsletter and our new blog will be go-to resources for you and all your art related needs. Most importantly, we want to hear from you and how we can be of further service. Give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org