femme x COLUMBIA

Rotating Artist Exhibits

a female-centered artist gallery to display the creative entrepreneurship of local artists.


We aim to show work created by artists who exhibit a strong sense of individuality, knowledge in their field, and diversity in thought and opinion.





After sitting through her first Art History class at The University of South Carolina, Fralick was instantly captured by the powerful way that art can stir the imagination and tell an intricate story. Since graduating, Fralick has become a mixed media collage artist who constructs stories in complex layers of paper, found materials and imagery. When she isn't forging relationships between colors and textures through her art, Fralick enjoys applying her keen eye to film photography, tending to her backyard garden and continually searching for the best cocktail that Columbia has to offer. 



As someone who craves structure and predictability, nothing has been more satisfying than creating tension out of opposites. Old and new, straight and torn, bright and dark. These juxtapositions often reflect the abrupt truth of the lives we live and the world we have the opportunity to experience.


My work is an examination of just that, discerning unexpected beauty in moments of everyday tension.

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Julie K. is a painter, potter, and illustrator based in Columbia, SC. Julie’s work combines endangered species with the bold colors and patterns of medieval illuminated manuscripts. Julie graduated Summa Cum Laude from Winthrop University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts, and a Minor in Art History. Keep up with her creative journey on Instagram @juliek.art or at juliekart.com



Conservation will only be reached through education. Julie hopes that her paintings will bring more awareness and appreciation for earth’s amazing animals, and inspire others to protect them. 



  • Areas of eligible artwork include: painting, drawing, photography, small sculpture, textiles.

    • Hanging artwork is preferable 

  • At this time we are only accepting artwork from local artists (SC)

  • Emerging and mid-level artists are eligible to apply (18 year or older)

  • Artist must have a business license in order to sell artwork

  • Artist prices should not exceed $1,200 for any individual piece of artwork in order to provide an affordable gallery experience




  • Artists will deliver artwork on a date agreed upon by all parties, and will be picked up three months from the  agreed-upon date

  • Artist will be responsible for providing owners with information on all pieces of artwork in the provided templates

  • Artists will be responsible for preparing artwork with appropriate hanging hardware

  • Artists will be responsible for the installation of their collection, with the help of the current artist in residence. All artwork consigned to femme x COLUMBIA must have proper hanging hardware on each piece of work. Hardware must hold approximately 2x the weight of artwork, not be damaged, and be appropriate for gallery installation. Gallery reserves the right to refuse any work without proper hanging hardware, or charge Artists up to $100 for installing proper hardware.

  • femme x COLUMBIA  shall be liable for loss or damage to any consigned artwork after artist installation  and while the work is in the Gallery’s possession. Gallery is not responsible for any damage occurring during shipping or delivery to or from the Gallery. If damage occurs during shipping or delivery, the Gallery is not responsible for negotiating with the shipping or delivery company or filing any claims. We encourage artists to insure shipments via the service provider and to use the highest quality packaging to avoid any claims and damage. In the event of loss or damage that cannot be restored or repaired by artist, the artist shall receive the same amount as if the artwork had been sold at the gallery, or 75% of the highest retail price. 

  • Artists will receive 75% commission on any pieces sold, femme x COLUMBIA will recieve 25% on any pieces sold

  • All copyrights belong to Artist at all times while work is at femme x COLUMBIA and is non-transferrable to femme x COLUMBIA. Upon sale, ownership of artwork will transfer immediately to the Buyer. Artist will always maintain copyright under all circumstances. Femme x COLUMBIA  will do due diligence to protect Artist’s copyright of all works consigned to femme x COLUMBIA at all times and to protect the Artist’s interests at all times while work is consigned, and for 6 months post closure of exhibition.

  • Artists will agree to femme x COLUMBIA photographing and promoting their work on their online platforms

  • A minimum of 5 pieces must be available for sale through femme x COLUMBIA

  • When a piece is sold, it must be replaced with a similarly-sized piece, or otherwise remain in the gallery for the buyer to pick up on the show end date

  • During the artist’s 3-month term, artwork in gallery must be sold exclusively through femme x COLUMBIA

  • Femme x COLUMBIA  reserves the right to not exhibit artwork that does not meet our quality standards and exhibition of artwork is always at femme x COLUMBIA’s discretion. Refusal to hang could arise from: improper hanging hardware, wet work, damaged work, unfinished work, poor craftsmanship that wasn’t presented in photos, poor construction, dirty edges (fingerprints, scrapes), or any other quality or aesthetic issues not previously known.

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Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday || 9 am - 9 pm

Saturday + Sunday || 10 am - 5 pm

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