Melissa Billey, Project Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
June 5, 2018
MCCORMICK — The Red Rooster Emporium and Art Gallery is not only home to antiques and works of art, the building that everything is housed in is a historical antique and a work of art in itself. The Red Rooster Emporium and Art Gallery is located at 118 South Main Street, McCormick, South Carolina 29835. The owner, Shaaron Kohl, gave me a tour and the history of the building when I visited her shop recently. The antiques and art that are for sale are amazing; and the building is amazing too. The shop used to be the local five-and-dime store back in the day. It was rebuilt in 1910 after a fire, and Shaaron Kohl is only the fourth owner of this building. It still has the original freight elevator in the back of the building that uses the old counterweight system to haul loads to the second floor. The freight elevator is a great piece of history in a great gift shop.
The Red Rooster Emporium and Art Gallery has 25-30 vendors that offer a wide assortment of items located on the first floor. With everything to choose from, you are sure to find that unique gift or item. On the second floor of the Red Rooster, Shaaron has the Art Gallery. It is truly an amazing area. The second floor of the building has its own character that lends to the local and regional art that is being shown and sold there. She has some wonderful pieces of art which are all housed in a very unique space. Shaaron has art that is as equally one of a kind as the area that it is being shown and sold in. You can find everything from paintings, to three dimensional paper art, painted pottery, and sculptures. Even though they are downstairs, she has some beautiful locally hand woven baskets that are a work of art in themselves.
The Red Rooster Emporium and Art Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00AM until 5:00PM and closed on Sunday. For updates and additional information, feel free to visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RedRoosterEmporiumAndArtGallery/.