News > Check out the Reinert LePrince Fine Art Grand Opening during Art Walk Tonight!

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Rick Reinert and Kevin LePrince will have a ribbon cutting ceremony tonight at 5pm with the man himself, Mayor Joe Riley, during the French Quarter Gallery Association’s Art Walk.  Make your way to their gallery Reinert LePrince Fine Art at 179 King Street.

In other exciting Art Walk events for the evening:

Smith-Killian Fine Art opens their newest show Carolinas Contemporary, featuring works by heavy-hitters Betty Anglin Smith, Eva Carter, Leo Twiggs, Laura Spong, Carl Blair, Scott Upton and Matt Overend.  This is a really special opportunity to see true contemporary art by some exceptionally talented and accomplished artists.

Coleman Fine Art is hosting a book signing party for acclaimed watercolor painter Mary Whyte’s Working South, published in conjunction with the museum exhibition of the same name.  Whyte spent the last three years painting the people of the vanishing industries of the South.  Working South will travel to five museums over the next three years.  This is art history in the making.

Robert Lange Studios opens Arcs & Angles featuring new work by Jessica Dunegan and Ali Cavanaugh.  John Dunnan Gallery has their 2nd annual Lego Spectacular, which winners will be announced tonight.

There are so many more great openings so make sure you get out there and check it all out.  www.frenchquarterarts.com has a full list of galleries.

Posted on May 6, 2011 by Art Mag.

Categories: Visual Art

Tags: Art Walk, Charleston Art, Charleston Art Walk, French Quarter Gallery Association

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