Did you know that there are more than 40 art galleries on our tiny island of Key West?! Here is a comprehensive list of those galleries along with a brief description of the types of art that they carry and where they are located on our little island. This will be helpful for those of you that were visiting, found that piece of art that you fell in love with but didn’t buy, then went home and realized that you cannot live without it! You would not believe how often that happens!
7 Artists Key West – Established Key West artists Jennifer Badry, Egg, Pam Hobbs, David Scott Meier, Maggie Ruley, Michael Sanders and Tony Scullin welcome you to explore this delightful gallery. The Keys come to life in their vibrant, colorful creations. Open daily 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM. 604 Duval St.
Alan S. Maltz Gallery – Enter a world of natural beauty and mystique. Inspired works by renowned photographer, author of Key West Color, Miami City of Dreams, Florida…Beyond the Blue Horizon, Visions of Beauty – Fort Myers, Sanibel and Beyond. Open daily at 10:00 AM. 1210 Duval St.
Archeo Gallery – The Archeo team travels the world selecting ancient art for modern living. Specializing in unique & vibrant tribal Persian rugs, museum quality African artifacts, Indonesian furniture and exquisite beaded antique jewelry. Worldwide shipping. Open Daily. 1208 Duval St.
ART@830 – Key West Artists Tony Gregory and Christine Scarsella bring their creative experiences and unique eye for collectible ART to their gallery in the Caroline St. Art and Design District. A visual treat featuring local and internationally renowned artists. Open Daily. 830 Caroline St.
Art by Janis Fine Art Studio -Portrait paintings in oil, pastel & charcoal from life or photographs by Janis Jo Stevens… 30 years of experience. Private art lessons and commissions. By appointment, 294-3099. (One of my Best Friends!!)
Audubon House & Gallery – Come visit our Museum gallery featuring antique original lithographs and engravings by John James Audubon, in addition to modern reproductions. Open daily 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM. 205 Whitehead St.
Blue-Turtle Gallery – A stone church, circa 1928 is home to Teresa Willis and other local artists’ original oils, drawings and sculpture. Willis’ work is inspired by local flora and fauna. Her latest Animal Portraits Series includes roosters, turtles and cats. 330 Julia St. Open Monday through Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM or by apptointment.
Cocco and Salem Imagine Art – Cocco and Salem Imagine Art exhibits some of Key West’s most respected artists: Jim Salem, Dan Cocco, Michael Haykin, Marylene Proner, Judith Zabar and more. Open Daily. 1111 Duval St., Key West.
Fleming Street Gallery – Stop by to see our ever changing shows of original fine art by local and nationally known artists. Our intimate gallery in the heart of Old Town is an oasis of unique artistic expression. Open daily 10 to 6 during season and by appointment. 830 Fleming St.
Frangipani Gallery – The fine art of Fran Decker and friends. The Keys’ flavor is captured in lush paintings, sculptures, ceramics and tropical stained glass. Monthly shows for Full Moon HOWL Art Walk showcase Will Fernandez, Christine Black, Steve Hoppough, Jennifer Martin and Wendy Jekel. 1102A Duval St.
Gallery on Greene – Emphasis on historic importance, accomplished technique & local charm. 37 artists include award-winning Peter Vey and Mario Sanchez; Pulitzer winners Annie Dillard, Jeff MacNelly and Suzie DePoo. Jon McIntosh and Andy Thurber. For casual buyers and serious collectors. Daily. 606 Greene St.
Gingerbread Square Gallery – Key West’s Premier and Oldest Gallery. Established in1974. Paintings, graphics, sculpture, art glass, jewelry. Featuring Key West’s best – Salinero, Palmer, Folsom, Henry Peter, Steve Walker, Packard, Sadowski, Robert Johnson, Witmore, Kozma, Washburn, Cantelmo. Open daily. Off season variable. 1207 Duval St.
Green World Gallery – Combining your favorite Keys artists with our love of preserving the environment and commitment to charity. Highest quality organic, recycled or bamboo apparel designed with local artists’ original works while supporting their individual causes. 712B Duval St.
Guild Hall Gallery – Key West’s largest co-op gallery established 1976 showcases 25 local artists. Something for everyone: paintings, jewelry, photography, glass work, sculpture, metalwork & more. Classes and exhibit space available. Beading classes
on Monday at 1:00 PM. 614 Duval St.
Haitian Art Co. – Established in 1977. All art is original and directly from artists in Haiti. Paintings, flat metal sculptures, beadwork purses, bottles and spirit flags. Recommended by travel guides. Operated by founder and owner wife, Boris and Marie Coine Kravitz. 1100 Truman Ave.
Hands On – A respite from the ordinary, featuring sophisticated art-to-wear, contemporary artisan jewelry and the finest of American Craft gifts and accessories. Open daily 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. 1206 Duval St.
Harrison Gallery – Helen Harrison and musician/author, Ben Harrison, opened their studio/gallery in 1986. Featured are a select group of fine artists and Helen’s unique sculptures influenced by life in the tropics. Slightly off the beaten path, “Ring the Bell.” Open daily 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. 825 White St.
Honest Works Island Pottery Co. – A vibrant community art center and working pottery studio offering art classes, open studio time and private instruction by owners Kelly Lever and Adam Russell. Functional and tropical artware produced onsite. Open daily 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM or by appointment. 929A Truman Avenue.
Island Arts Co-op Gallery – Unique and creative variety of fine arts and crafts, paintings, prints, jewelry, copper, enamel, fused glass, photography, lobster trap picture frames, native wood sculpture by all local artists. Open Daily 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM. 1128 Duval Street.
Island Style Gallery – Extraordinary one-of-a-kind American arts and contemporary crafts by a select group of exceptional artists. Collection includes dramatic home furnishings, distinctive American pottery, hand crafted glass, indoor/outdoor sculpture, artistic jewelry. 620 Duval St. Open daily 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM.
Joy Gallery – The Keys premier fine art gallery Joy has been serving Key West patrons for over 20 years, an international flare with a conch attitude. Home of Quigley, Tracy, McDermott, O’Keefe, JalinePol, Easley, Salvarita, Demagny, Monestier and Diaz. Find the Butler at 1124 Duval.
Key West Art Center – Historic Community Art Center features over 45 artists with wide ranging styles featuring the Keys’ natural beauty and more. Charming gallery hosts demos, classes and events in season. Prominent artists Martha DePoo, Richard Matson, Irma Quigley and others. Open daily 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. 301 Front Street.
Key West on Canvas – Specializes in affordable fine art photographic images on canvas featuring the scenic and tropical paradise that is Key West. We can also turn your vacation photos into canvas works of art. Don’t leave without Key West on Canvas! Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM or by appointment. 3161⁄2 Simonton.
Lucky Street Gallery – Key West’s most challenging contemporary art, sculpture and photography. Featuring John Martini, Roberta Marks, Carol Munder, Susan Sugar, Debra Yates, Cynthia Wynn, Rick Worth, Michel Delgado, Susan Rodgers and more. Open daily 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM. 1130 Duval St.
Mary O’Shea’s Glass Garden – Fresh caught Key West art! Mary hand makes everything from dishes to fishes and eye catching jewelry. Always something new and different.
Nativa Art – “The Faces of the Islands” Key West artist “CAM”, fuses Caribbean and Tribal culture with Picasso style and color to create unique originals, lithographs and prints. This tiny shop at Greene and Elizabeth streets is in the Lazy Way shops at Schooner Wharf, just 2 blocks from Duval St.
Noel Skiba – Impressionistic paintings: waterscapes, homes, boats, gardens & families in acrylic, oil or watercolor. Come watch me paint on location at shows from Mallory Square, Key West to Mackinac Island, MI. Commissions. By appointment.
Stone Soup Gallery and Frame Shop – A local’s favorite. This intimate gallery features the work of Sean Callahan, Dave Klein, Mar- lene Koenig and many more. Monthly shows allow artists to feature new work. Fast and reliable custom framing and giclée printing available. Come by and say hi! 802 White St.
Sculpture Key West – 15 January – 15 April 2011 – Contemporary sculpture exhibition at three venues: Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden, Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park, Key West Garden Club at West Martello Tower.
SoDu Gallery – In the heart of the South Duval Arts District, a dynamic partnership of women artists for artists offers one-of-a-kind contemporary paintings, jewelry, photographs, pottery, painted objects, furniture, glass and more. Open daily 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. 1102B Duval St.
The Studios of Key West – Connect with the vibrant cultural life of the island at TSKW. Located at the restored Historic Armory building, the multi-use creative space houses working artist studios, exhibi- tions, and an outdoor sculpture garden. Workshops, lectures, concerts, and theatre projects. 600 White St.
Whitehead Street Pottery – Original work by potters Charles Pearson and Tim Roeder. Secluded kiln site featuring porcelain, stoneware & large hand-thrown and slab-built raku-fired vessels. Open daily 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, closed Tues. 322 Julia St.
Wild Side Gallery – A diverse gathering of artists that creates a special shopping experience. Over 40 artists on display, drawing on local talent as well as friends in other states. Pottery, wood, glass, batik, jewelry and more. Efficient and reasonable shipping. Celebrating 17 years. Open daily 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. 1000 Duval St.
Wyland Galleries of Key West – Fine contemporary and marine life art by Wyland and other leading artists. Original oils and watercolors, bronze and Lucite sculptures, limited edition giclées, sculptures in glass, and Murano glass. 623 Duval St.; 102 Duval St.
Florida Keys Community College (FKCC) Art Gallery – Emerging student art, vibrant faculty work and local artists contribute to rotating exhibits in beautiful College library setting. Building A-2nd floor. Mon.-Thurs. 8:30 – 8:30, Fri.-Sat. 8:30-4:00. Summer and Holiday hours vary.