Last Friday I was excited to attend my friend’s gallery opening on East Bay Street! Sarah and I were both Adpi’s at College of Charleston and she was always one of my favorite younger girls. When we heard she was opening a gallery, a group of us decided to head downtown to check it out and grab dinner after for a fun Friday night.
Miller Gallery is located at 149 1/2 East Bay and couldn’t have a better location. If you’re familiar with Charleston, it’s toward the end of the shops / restaurants on East bay and right before Rainbow Row and the Battery – great for foot traffic.
There was a wide variety of art in the gallery – from painted dogs, sculptures, jewelry, pillows, furniture, trays, massive paintings and smaller paintings. I loved walking around and checking all the different art forms out!
Here are a few of my photos from last Friday night. Check out the gallery’s website and Instagram account if you want to see even more! Of course our previous president Catherine coordinated an Adpi photo of all of us who were there supporting our girl. We live for each other, right?
After we left the gallery, we went next door to grab dinner at Minero. I’ve been a few other times, but haven’t been since they moved upstairs. The 4 of us devoured the queso fundido and I really liked the Mr. Niebla drink I had. All in all a great night with the girls!
Congratulations, Sarah! So excited for your new venture and getting into the Charleston art world more through you!