LOCATED in the heart of the historic French Quarter, Lowcountry Artists Gallery is the oldest artist-owned and -operated gallery in Charleston. One of the nine artist-owners is always available to answer questions, consult and discuss commissions with clients.
The gallery represents a total of 30 guest artists working in a wide variety of mediums and styles, including painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media, pottery, glass, wood and jewelry. The gallery’s award-winning work attracts local, national and international collectors. One of the most photographed art sculptures in the French Quarter is Charles and Zan Smith’s life-size copper frog sitting on a bench outside the gallery.
“We’re really proud of the artists we represent and the high quality of the work our gallery offers,” says artist-owner Rana Jordahl. “The art we exhibit epitomizes the lifestyle and beauty of the Lowcountry in an amazing variety of styles, offering contemporary, representational and three-dimensional choices for our clients around the country.” Jordahl shares ownership of the gallery with artists Norma Morris Cable, Fran Davies, Lynne Hardwick, Kellie Jacobs, Ivo Kerssemakers, Gaston Locklear, Nicole Robinson and Sandra Roper.