The LePrince Fine Art Gallery in Charleston, SC features over thirty oil painters with six being from the SC lowcountry. Below you can read more about these local Charleston artists, their style of painting and how they became the professional painters they are.
Charleston Artist Kevin LePrince
Kevin began his career in finance with Morgan Stanley but spent his nights and weekends painting in the studio of Charleston's prominent impressionist artist, John Carroll Doyle. LePrince studied art in New York at the Arts Student League and New Mexico at the Fechin Institute but is primarily self-taught. In 2003, LePrince left banking to pursue his art career full-time. LePrince's art quickly became a topic of feature stories in many art magazines, including American Art Collector, Art Mag, Charleston Style and Design, Art Galleries and Artist of the South, and Southwest Art Magazine.
Charleston Artist Vicki Robinson
Vicki is a native of Charleston, SC. She studied interior design in college and owned a successful design practice for 25 years. The influence of her design background is reflected in many of her pieces. Living in a place like Charleston just adds to the experience. She is an award winning artist who shows her work in juried art shows around Charleston. She continues to be one of the featured artists in the Piccolo-Spoleto and Southeastern Wildlife Expo.
Lowcountry Artist Ignat Ignatov
Lowcountry Artist & Sculpture Bowen Beaty
Charleston Sculpture & Artist Lewis Evans
Lowcountry Artist George Pate
Want to see some of Charleston's best oil paintings? Stop by the LePrince Gallery on King Street to view these Charleston artists paintings on display along with many other professional oil painters from around the country.