[image-1]Celebrate this Friday’s quarterly Charleston Gallery Association Art Walk by visiting one of downtown’s newest art spaces, Revealed Gallery, located at 119-A Church St. The gallery will be open from 5-8 p.m.

Director of Revealed Gallery Jaclyn Quilal-lan says that the space is “not your traditional Church Street gallery,” describing the works on display as contemporary, eclectic, and ranging in medium and style. In addition to its exhibition space, the gallery has a courtyard that Quilal-lan hopes to use to host talks and community activities.

Current Revealed Gallery artists include Susan Woodford, whose copper and silver figurative works are on display; local artist and author Jonathan Miller who creates paper works using construction paper and card stock; and Devin McKinney, an optometrist who creates works out of fire, LED lights, plexiglass, and paint.

Check out all of the Revealed artists, the gallery’s mission, and future events, at revealedgallery.com.