Southern Travels: Black Owned Art Galleries in the Lowcountry

Love art and looking for a reason to travel? Why not try a tour of art in the Lowcountry. Today we are featuring Black Owned Art Galleries in the Lowcountry, a perfect trip to add to your southern travels. Check out some of our favorite galleries below and be sure to share images of your #blacksouthernbelle travels below!

Southern Travels: Black Owned Art Galleries in the Lowcountry

Red Piano Too Art Gallery

St. Helena Island, SC


Art Gallery with a focus on Lowcountry/Gullah original Art to inc. paintings, sculptures, glass, baskets, quilts, books, calenders, notecards, jewelry and much more.

Neema Fine Art Gallery

Charleston, SC


Neema Gallery is Charleston’s newest art gallery featuring original art and jewelry by African-American artists who are from or currently reside in South Carolina. Located on Charleston’s Gallery Row, just steps from Waterfront Park and Pineapple Fountain, Neema Gallery features original works of art from highly collected and award winning African-American artists as well as original works from standout emerging artists.

Sabree’s Gallery



Sabree’s Gallery owner, Patricia Elaine Sabree, {formally Patricia Elaine McFadden} is the product of Lake City, a small country town carved from the dark earth, located in the low country of South Carolina. Lake City is known for its amazing crop raising, dusky flatland, muddy-swamp wetland, endless fishing, surplus of snakes, and the Gullah people culture.

Gallery Chuma

Charleston, SC


This Charleston gallery specializes in the art of the Gullah people of coastal South Carolina as visually portrayed by internationally recognized masters and innovative select group of emerging artists. They are a resource center to learn more about the Gullah Culture through Gullah Art, Gullah Books, Gullah Crafts, Gullah Storytelling, Gullah Spirituals, Gullah Tours and Gullah Food.

Lybenson’s Art Gallery

Beaufort, SC


Established in1977. This galler specializes in Original Artwork, Rare Collectibles, and Antiques that depict the African, Gullah, and African-American Link.

Michiel Perry

Michiel is a Black Southern Belle living a lowcountry life. I love all things fashion, home decor and southern! When I am not running around doing fun stuff for Black Southern Belle, I live in antique stores and have a minor obsession with historic homes 🙂

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