If you want to see some art openings on Friday, you’ll have to pay up — the Palette and Palate Stroll is one of the only times throughout the year that galleries require an entry fee. Although some of the openings are less-than-exciting, we think it’s well worth the money because each gallery features food from a different chef. The only problem is fitting in 10 galleries, dishes, and beverages in a two-hour time period. If you’re up for the challenge, you’ll want to snag some tickets right away — we hear they’re on the verge of selling out. Or just wait until the next day and go check out all of the art at your own pace, for free.

We wrote about Robert Lange’s exciting new show right here. You’ll get to see works from some of Charleston’s best artists and the palettes they used to create them.

Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art has works from local artist Karen Weihs.

George Pate is at the Wells Gallery.

Charleston Renaissance Gallery’s latest, Southern Modernity, features contemporary, timeless, Southern works.

Sylvan Gallery features Michael Harrell.

 
And here’s the most recently updated list of pairings:
 
Charleston Renaissance Gallery & Circa 1886
Corrigan Gallery & Cypress
Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art & Blu
Helena Fox Fine Art & Anson
Horton Hayes Fine Art & La Fourchette
John C. Doyle Art Gallery & Caviar & Bananas
Robert Lange Studios & Charleston Grill
Martin Gallery & Social
Smith-Killian Fine Art & McCrady’s
The Sylvan Gallery & Halls Chophouse
Wells Gallery & Boathouse

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