Kate Mullin. Owner of The Gallery on Broad located in Charleston, SC. Kate is a talented artist who’s wide range of styles never ceases to amaze those who see her work. Kate is the youngest gallery owner in Charleston – and she has done one heck of a job. She works tirelessly to make sure everything is just as she wants it to be. She is a go getter for sure, and her success is well deserved!
Many people stop in the gallery, while passing through Charleston, SC, to see Kate’s work in person. Many have seen her paintings via her online shop, or through One Kings Lane, where they sell her prints. Everyone who comes to see Kate’s work is so excited, and those that purchase are thrilled, it’s fun to be a part of it all! As you may know, I work at the gallery part time filling in on those days Kate needs extra time to paint, and Fred, my husband, joins me when he can.
Here is an example of one of the paintings that will be available today… look at the detail… it’s even better in real life!
This one is 30×40″ Oil.
Most of Kate’s painting have a thick, buttery texture to them, some with many layers that are just so interesting. She is well known for her barns, floral paintings, as well as seascapes, abstracts and pet portrait commissions, not to mention the cool cows. Kate paints cows from the family farm, and each one that she paints has such a presence. They get a lot of attention! Kate has been busy as can be lately getting ready for this latest bit of work to hit her online shop. Be sure to check it out!
Read a bit about Kate, from her website:
Kate Mullin resides in Charleston, SC and has a studio in Redux Contemporary Art Center. She is the owner of The Gallery on Broad (Historic Gallery Row; French Quarter).
Kate, a Columbus, Georgia native, received her BFA in Studio Art from Auburn University in 2011. While attending Auburn University, she won the Department of Art Merit Award in 2010 and the Joyce & Roger Lethander Purchase Award in 2011.
Kate has a wide variety of painting styles seen in her realistic portraits, impressionistic environments, abstract landscapes, and stylized flowers. Mainly painting in oil, her style has evolved from realism to more of an abstract style.
Images via KateMullinArt.com, used with permission…
Catch you back here tomorrow!