We have moved
Hagan Fine Art Gallery is excited to announce our move to 125 Church Street, Charleston SC
We had a fantastic time celebrating with everyone at the Launch Party and look forward to sharing our new building with you.
"We are thrilled to open a new cultural space in this time-honored city, one that is dedicated to exciting and important art and artists from around the globe.
We are passionate about creating a beautiful and welcoming environment for art enthusiasts to explore paintings and sculptures, from traditional to abstract, and to offer opportunities for our visitors and collectors to engage with our artists and their works." - Karen Hewitt Hagan
A little about our new building
Built in 1801, 125 Church Street is on the National Register of Historic Places and is located one block from the historic Dock Street Theatre (the oldest theatre in America) in historic Downtown Charleston, SC.
One of the things that makes this location particularly special is that the gallery space was formerly home to many beloved Charleston artists, notably Margaret Pettersen and John Carroll Doyle. John Doyle, (1942-2014) a famous Charleston artist that became an encouraging supporter and mentor to Karen Hewitt Hagan early in her art career.
In 2010 Karen founded Hagan Fine Art Gallery in the French Quarter on State Street, not far from the gallery’s new Church Street location.
“This move feels like coming home, visiting old friends. It’s a slice of history in a beautiful art neighborhood, and in a building that has been a celebrated art destination for decades. It’s an extreme honor to showcase the artists of HFA where so many much-loved Charleston artists have shown their works.” - Karen Hewitt Hagan