We celebrate our 33rd Anniversary in 2016. Visitors will find us in one of America’s most historic and scenic coastal resorts, Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Originally dealing exclusively in authentic antique prints and maps, we have expanded our offerings through the years to include fine paintings, sculpture and ceramic works of art.
Now, in addition to our large inventory of antique natural history prints and antique maps, Cheryl Newby Gallery represents a number of nationally and regionally recognized painters and sculptors. Among those represented are the highly acclaimed impressionist painter, the late, Ray Ellis of Martha’s Vineyard, South Carolina painters William McCullough and Mike Williams, North Carolina painter Paula Holtzclaw, Georgia Award Winning Pastel artist Lisa Gleim, Florida watercolorist Martha dePoo, National Academy of Design member Donald Holden, Accomplished Plein air Painter Linda Arnold, Master in the historic medium, Egg Tempera Daniel Ambrose, ceramic artist Glenda Taylor, and award winning sculptors, Amy Kann, Gwen Marcus, Catherine Ferrell and Sandy Scott. Our gallery is very pleased to represent the brilliant portrait painter, James Crowley.
Recently, our gallery welcomed still life artist Olga Antonova this year as Guest Artist. Born in Volgograd, Russia, she has made her home in the USA since the 1980s. Her stunning paintings have been exhibited throughout the United States, Germany, France, and Switzerland; and she has received critical acclaim from various publications including American Arts Quarterly, and Art News in the States.
In our antique prints and maps section, you will find natural history prints and etchings by John James Audubon, Mark Catesby, John Gould, Prideaux John Selby, George Edwards, Basilius Besler, William Curtis, Francois Martinet and others, along with antique maps from the 16th through the 19th centuries. We also offer a large selection of original hand colored lithographs from the famous "History of the Indian Tribes of North America" by Thomas McKenney and James Hall in both folio and octavo editions.
We welcome your visit to our little corner of the world.