Join Us for the Palette & Palate Stroll-Our Favorite Arts Event of the Summer!

Just two weeks until Charleston’s annual Palette & Palate Stroll, which takes place on Friday, July 15, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

MeyerVoglGallery - Laurie Meyer - Well Done at the Westendorf

Well Done At The Westendorff by Laurie Meyer

Meyer Vogl Gallery is excited to participate in the 11th Palette & Palate Stroll on July 15. This event combines fine art, delicious culinary creations, and philanthropy for an evening of cultural delight. This year, 11 galleries will be paired with some of Charleston’s best restaurants to raise funds for local art education.

The event takes place on Friday, July 15, from 5:30-7:30 in downtown Charleston.

“The event is truly exciting as our attendees get a chance to take a stroll through the historic cobblestone streets and make stops at local galleries where they can view their latest exhibits, mingle with local artists and chefs, and taste gourmet food. We also give them a chance to discover a piece of art that they fall in love with or a new restaurant. It is very intimate,” says Vladia Jurcova Spencer, the event organizer.  “Chefs typically use local products and produce in season, and all galleries prepare something special for the event; either it is a display of new works, painting demonstrations, or a VIP reception. This year for the first time, the attendees will be invited to a dessert after-party at the Vendue Inn, Charleston’s first art hotel.”

This year’s gallery and restaurant pairings are:

Anglin Smith Fine Art – Circa 1886

Atrium Art Gallery – Oak Steakhouse

Corrigan Gallery – 5Church

Dog & Horse Fine Art – The Darling Oyster Bar

Ella W. Richardson Fine Art – Anson

Helena Fox Fine Art – Cypress

John C. Doyle Art Gallery – 82 Queen

Martin Gallery – Prohibition

Meyer Vogl Gallery – The Westendorff

Principle Gallery – The Barbadoes Room

Robert Lange Studios – The Drawing Room

Purchase your tickets in advance, as they will sell out! On the evening of the event, check in at any of the participating galleries and enjoy a leisurely stroll through the historic French Quarter, walking from gallery to gallery. Cost is $45 per person.

To purchase tickets, visit: