Contact Information 

The Red Piano Too
Art Gallery

870 Sea Island Pkwy
St. Helena, SC 29920  

Call Us At
843-838-2241

Email: redpianotoo@islc.net

 

 

 

Video Tour of Our Gallery

Learn more about the artists and take a video tour of the gallery of The Red Piano Too Art Gallery. Now almost in its 22nd year, our art gallery is located on the extraordinary and charming St. Helena Island. We are located in the renovated but original Corner Co-op building. We are situated one-quarter mile from the National Historic Landmark District or the Penn Center. The gallery features the work of more than 150 artists, ranging from folk, fine, craft, as well as past and present.

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Shot on location at the Red Piano Too Art Gallery, Artist Henrimae Bell shares her works and her story. Her art is influenced by her African American heritage, southern roots, love for adventurous travel, and her relationship with God. These elements inspire her to create images from her heart, spirit and soul.
 

 

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A.I. Davis originates from the republic of Harlem and now calls Beaufort, South Carolina “home.” Davis is a multi-talented artist, most noted for his wood and bronze sculptures. He invokes the Spirits of the “Middle Passage” and the Griot tones that constantly resonate in the South Carolina Low country.

 

 

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Over the years, Allen Fireall continues to develop his drawing skills by painting scenes from daily life in his neighborhood. The Red Piano Too Art Gallery recognized his talent and has successfully sold his work to clients from around the world.

 

 

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The third grade students of James J. Davis Elementary School in Seabrook, SC studied and painted their version of Low Country life. Students closely analyzed the art of Jonathan Green who is widely regarded as one of the most important painters of the Gullah culture and southern life.

 

 

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Contact Us Today!

Contact us today for more information about our artists and their works.

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