Deborah Palmer is Now Represented Exclusively by Lowcountry Artists Gallery in Charleston, SC

Deborah Palmer is pleased to announce that she is now a guest artist at Lowcountry Artists Gallery at 148 East Bay Street in downtown Charleston, SC. She is showing new and recent works featuring plein air studies and studio paintings in oil of familiar images in and around Charleston.


Palmer, who had been exhibiting her oils for over 11 years at the Spencer Galleries, in Charleston, may be better known for her cityscapes and rural barn series which showcase her skills in linear perspective and her love of depicting the texture of old buildings. However, at Lowcountry Artists she debuts with natural landscapes populated by venerable live oaks, coastal dunes, “haunting” sunsets and sunrises. All have her keen eye for light and shadow and her sense of timelessness.

Palmer earned her undergraduate fine arts degree at Skidmore College and went on to become an art director in several New York City advertising agencies. Upon retiring to the Charleston area in 2000, she took up pastels and oils to return to the study of fine art taking workshops with many prominent regional and national landscape artists. She has won numerous awards and her paintings have found their way into private and corporate collections across the country and in Canada. She will be at Lowcountry Artists Gallery, Dec. 5, 2014, during the French Quarter art walk from 5 to 8pm (open to the public and all are welcome).

Her work can also be seen at ( or ( For inquiries or previews, please call the Gallery at 843/577-9295. For further information, contact Deborah Palmer 843/881-6490.


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