Here at Mitchell Hill, what you see on the gallery floor is only a small selection of furniture, accessories, lighting, and fabrics that we can order for your home. We’ve selected a few of our favorites to show you in person, but we have access to so much more.
Peruse some of our vendors listed below and give us a call if we can help you find that perfect piece for your home!
Tom Potocki solo show, Garden of Dreams, opening Friday April 7th at Mitchell Hill.
Sea Dream 37 x 48 $1800
Enigma 32 x 60 $2200
Dark Matter 36 x 46 $2100
Spring Rain 46 x 52 $3000, companion available
Atlantis 32 x 36 $1800
Body Heat 12 x 16 $400
Tarnished Angel 32 x 38 $1800
Pursuit of Happiness 36 x 39 $1800
Once in a Blue Moon 24 x 36 $1800
Hidden Beauty 32 x 40 $1800
Hidden Promise 46 x 46 $2400
Into the Night 38 x 40 $1800
Luminosity 24 x 30 $900
24 x 30 $900
Blue Persuasion 36 x 40 $2100
Kaleidoscope 36 x 42 $2100
Cobalt Dream 42 x 48 $2400
Ocean Song 48 x 48 $2200
Summertime Blues 26 x 48 $26 x 48
Garden of Dreams 42 x 46 $2600
Sleeping Beauty 24 x 38 $1200
Spring Thaw 40 x 40 $3000
Misty Willow 42 x 48 $2100
Natural Force 48 x 60 $3200
Blue Mirage 12 x 12 $350
Timberline 12 x 12 $350
Second Nature 12 x 12 $350
email amiller@mitchell-hill for more info
This gem at 36 Society Street, is a true example of what the Holy City has to offer, especially when it comes to the art work on display throughout the show house this year.
Mitchell Hill took to outfitting the living room and foyer of this stunning 1840’s home with playful contrasts to its original moulding and decorative plaster trim. Even acquiring a new member of the Mitchell Hill Gallery family, Stephen McMennamy, in the process.
Here’s a look at the art and artists on display:
Donuts + Headphones, 26 x 26 each, framed combo-photograph on canvas $3400
Urban Rain, 70 x 50, mixed media on canvas, $6800
Perfect Wonder, 24 x 24 each, acrylic on panel with liquid glass epoxy resin, $9,000
Holding Fast to Hope, 60 x 60, mixed media on birch panel, SOLD
hand painted longhorn skull $1,200
Midnight in the Garden, 72″ round, mixed media on panel, $12,000
MWWH #277, 48 x 48. mixed media on canvas, $5200
Click art images above to see more from each artist.
Follow the show house, the designers, and sponsors on Instagram:
Karen Keene Day debuted the latest additions to her Moments with Wild Horses series earlier this month. Using a palette knife and acrylic gel medium mixture, Karen captures the movement of these majestic creatures with bold swift motions. But they are more than just gorgeous pieces of art work, they are real wild mustangs that have found a place in Karen’s heart. Learn more about the stars of Majestic Motion below.
Above: Karen poses here with her 48 x 72 depiction of, Angeni, the lady of the show.
MWWH #274, Angeni, 60 x 48 $7,000
“Angeni is the star of my show, because she survived a rattlesnake bite to her nose almost suffocating her. She lives on the sanctuary that is owned by the Serengeti Foundation in Disappointment Valley, Southwest Colorado. Thankfully she is spunky, beautiful and in good health today.” – Day
Satinka, a wild mare, is Angeni’s friend in the Sanctuary. Satinka’s sire is Hollywood. He is seen in the big red painting #197. Her mother is Mahogany.
Angeni’s sire is Chrome,#173. Jif is her mother. Angeni was born after the 2011 roundup.
Chuska – Wild mare living in Spring Creek Basin, CO.
TJ Holmes: “Chuska … she was actually named by me and Kat. And the Navajo “children” were all in their 20s. 🙂 They were on a Conservation Corps crew that was working in Spring Creek Basin, cutting and spraying (to keep it from growing back) tamarisk (an invasive shrub) along Spring Creek. They were from/based in Fort Defiance, Ariz., near which are the Chuska Mountains. There was a wildfire in the Chuskas around the time the filly was born … and when I didn’t hear back from the crew leader, we named her Chuska in their honor.”
MWWH #271, Angeni 48 x 60 $7,000
MWWH #273, Angeni, 48 x 72 $10,000
MWWH #278, 48 x 48 $5200
MWWH #279, 18 x 18 $900
MWWH #278, 48 x 48 $5200
MWWH #277, Chuska 48 x 48 $5200
MWWH #272, Angeni 36 x 36 $3200
Karen donates 3% of every sale to the Serengeti Foundation. Majestic Motion will be on display through the end of March.
Read more in The Art Mag.
Have you heard about the Designer Showhouse at 36 Society Street yet? This is Charleston Symphony Orchestra League’s 2017 showhouse and each section of the stunning home is being done by different designers, landscapers, brokers, etc. The home is a stunning Greek Revival from around the 1840’s. Very Charleston.
Well our very own Michael Mitchell and Tyler Hill are designing the charming entry, the living room right beside the doorway, and the back hall leading to the kitchen. The paint colors are shades of gray, one sort of a charcoal and the other a light slate/blue color. Paired with the crisp, white, ornate molding, the walls and their lines feel so sophisticated and clean.
The living room has two floor length windows overlooking the expansive porch and substantial (for Charleston standards) yard. On the East wall is a fireplace with an extremely intricate, one-of-a-kind mantel. And the floors are practically in pristine condition with just enough blemishes to show the true historic charm.
So the team already installed a grand chandelier and curtains in the living room and the shades are so striking together. They have also installed two chandeliers in the entry and the back hall that go perfectly with the style of the home. I can’t wait to see what the rest of the install will bring!
Check back for the post-installation photos of their beautiful work or go see it for yourself when the house is open to the public — March 16th through April 15th.
See their website for details (such as open hours and how to get tickets).
Come see it!
Enjoy my photos of the spaces, pre-install.
As you (should) know, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching! I know chocolates and flowers are an easy go-to, but we all know that a solid Valentine’s Day gift should really be more. Giving a great gift — be it artwork, furniture, or something your loved one’s had their eye on for awhile — is definitely better than hearing about it later, in a bad way.
So I have put together a list of stunning, unique pieces that will not only woo your S.O., but will leave a lasting impression of care, thoughtfulness, and most importantly, love.
Some pieces on this list are obvious signs of romance, and some not-so-much! But each work of art is a guaranteed gift score! What’s more personal than a one-of-a-kind painting, in which no two strokes are identical?
Take a look at our artists’ work and get in touch with us to learn more about your favorite pieces!
That Moment When Love Strikes by J.K. Crum | Acrylic on Canvas | 12 x 12
Creating Quite A Stir I by J.K. Crum | Acrylic on Canvas | 24 x 36
Whose Divided Heart by Jamie Blackburn| Mixed Media on Canvas | 24 x 24
Moments with Wild Horses by Karen Keene Day | Acrylic on Canvas | 48 x 48
Who doesn’t love blush pink? Especially on Valentine’s!?
What Killed My Parents III by Philip Durst | Raleigh Cigarette Coupons, Thread, + Nails | 32 x 40 (framed)
I love this piece because although it adds great texture to a room, it also serves a conversational piece for years to come.
Sullivans Island SC IV by Chris Fulp | Oil on Canvas | 5 x 7
This one may not seem traditionally romantic, but the classic style of the homes on Sullivans and the beautiful hues Fulp uses undeniably exude depth and beauty.
Transparent Radiation by David R. Head Jr. | Acrylic Painting, CMYK Screen Print on Canvas | 50 x 84
Perfect for your more cool-girl gift; this piece suits a more modern or eclectic space.
White Stripes by Josh Brown | Oil on Canvas | 48 x 60
Thinking About Monet by Alicia Leeke | Acrylic on Canvas | 24 x 36
Honestly, what is more romantic than a Sourthern landscape? Her work provides the perfect backdrop for all Nicholas Spark’s books-turned-movies.
Ladder Under the Stairs by Hirona Matsuda | Mixed Media | 12 x 10 x 2
These beautiful miniatures done by such a multi-faceted artist really emit a sentiment feel — this piece is like an interior designed-minimalist dollhouse dream.
Iridium by Jared Owens | Mixed Media on Panel | 31 x 31
Something About Her by Sara Pittman | Mixed Media on Panel | 8 x 8
If anyone wants to get this for me for Valentines…..Really, this is perfect for such a holiday.
Totem by Tom Potocki | Acrylic on Canvas | 8 x 10
This is one of my favorite pieces on hand at MH. Not only is Tom the nicest guy in the world, his wife and he the most charming couple you’ll ever meet, but also the color scheme portrayed is truly beautiful.
To see more, visit our website, or call us for inquiries at (843) 564 – 0034.
Do you want to shop our showroom but live out-of-town? Here’s a quick group of just some of the furniture + lighting that we have in stock right now! Call us with questions or to make purchases — these pieces won’t last long! Click on each photo to download a printable tearsheet.
Cane Side Chair
21.5″W x 24″D x 34.75″H
Black + White Tribal Wing Chairs
33.5″W x 34.5″D x 45″H
Grey/Green Velvet Sofa
34″H x 88″W x 39″D
Deep Emerald Velvet Chaise
73″W x 29″D x 31″H
Navy Chippendale Wing Chair in Black Marble Fabric
23.5″L x 26.5″D x 48″H
Compass Floor Lamp
22″D x 69″H
Brushed Brass + Glass Dove Chandelier
34″D x 38″H
Lil Bud Chair
20″W x 26″D x 28.5″H
Curved Front Chest in Soft Gray
38″W x 18″D x 37″H
Metal + Marble Etagere
46″W x 15″D x 84″H
Black Liquid Lacquer Dresser
48″W x 23″D x 36″H
Don’t see exactly what you’re looking for? Not a problem! We carry furniture + lighting from dozens of brands. Feel free to look around their website + contact us for pricing. If you haven’t visited our second floor design studio, make a plan to stop by during the week! We’ve got even more furniture and art upstairs, as well as fabric + wallpaper samples. We can help you pick out perfect pieces for your home. Just make sure you come on a day when you have plenty of time to peruse… you’ll be glad you made the trip!
It’s hard to believe, but the time is NOW to start thinking about your outdoor spaces. We would love to help you design a cozy oasis to enjoy come spring! Give us a call or stop by the gallery to set up an appointment. Here are a few ideas to get your started as well as info on the brands we offer !
The week between Christmas and New Years is always spent as a time of both reflection and looking into what next year might bring. We spend a lot of time in our head coming up with New Year Resolutions. Just in case you are struggling to come up with positive + realistic resolutions, Mitchell Hill is here to help!
Good luck with all of your resolutions in 2017! We would love to help you achieve your goals — let us know what we can do for you!
Happy New Year!