1210 Duval Street • 305-294-0005 • Open 7 days 10am – 6pm Established in 1999, The Alan S. Maltz Gallery serves as Maltz’s spacious studio and features his cutting-edge fine art limited editions, offered in sizes?from 12’’ x 18’’ to 8’ x 12’. All production, including specialized framing and archival?printing, is done in-house. His award-winning coffee table books, Key West Color, Miami City of Dreams and Florida….Beyond The Blue Horizon are also available.
619 Duval Street • 305-292-1875 • Open Daily Join us for a Walk on the Wild Side! Proudly featuring the Original Art and Limited Editions of Internationally acclaimed Abstract Expressionist Lisa Wilson, The World of Rhupert and Wild Expressionism by D. Arthur Wilson, Sculpture by Chad Awalt and Glass Master Danny Reece. National and International shipping available. Special Events and Live Artist Drawing regularly, check website for details!
1208 Duval Street • 305-294-3771 www.archeolgallery • Open Daily Archeo is a destination gallery for savvy collectors and those seeking inspired design for their homes. Archeo specializes in rare and vibrant Persian Gabbeh rugs, African masks and artifacts, and primitive Indonesian furniture. Now also featuring antique cultural jewelry from around the world. You’ll fall in love with this boutique shop, where adventure meets luxury.
1111 Duval Street Key • 305-292-0072 • This upper Duval Street gallery exhibits some of the islands most respected painters and sculptors: Jim Salem, Dan Cocco, Judith Zabar, Marylene Proner, Stanley Zabar, Nathalie Vogel, Frederic Palay, Adam Noel, Curt Erickson Stephen Shub, Stephen Maffin, Roger Sandes, Richard Giglio, Joyce Crain and others.
830 Caroline Street • 305-295-9595 • Featuring an eclectic collection of original paintings, photography, glass, ceramic and jewelry by local and nationally known artists. Representing Tony Gregory, Dawn Wilkins, Christine Cordone, Marlene Miller, and more. The gallery is ever changing with new work allowing a fresh look by the artists represented. Join us on the 1st Thursday of each month for new exhibits during the Caroline Street Art Walk.
Open daily 10 am-10pm De La Gallery features the work of international award-winning, Cuban American photographer Jorge de la Torriente. His visionary landscape photography showcases the beauty of Florida with a realistic yet dreamlike quality. Located just south of Truman Avenue, 1203
826 Duval Street • 305-296-960 • A fine art gallery representing a unique blend of Contemporary Impressionism, Abstract, Realism, and Sculpture by leading artists renowned for conveying life and energy through their work. Discover new original, limited edition, and sculpture art from Josef Kote, Thomas Easley, Micheal Talbot and others. The work of these respected artists can be found as a part of many private collections worldwide.
606 Greene Street • 305-294-1669 • Open 10am - 6pm Contemporary and original fine art. Inventorying a wide selection of Key West art with an emphasis on works of historic importance and local charm, the gallery seeks to satisfy both the casual art buyer and the established collector in the primary and secondary markets.
1102A Duval Street • 305-296-0440 Frangipani Gallery features the fine art of Fran Decker and friends. The best in local artists includes Jessica Wilson jewelry, William Welch oils, Irene Stanton abstracts, Wendy Jekel stained glass, Paul Carmichael photography, Susann D’Antonio mixed media, Lois Songer glass bead jewelry, Jennifer Martin sculpture, Steve Hoppough ceramics, Chris Black watercolors, Lois Giffen sculptures, KT Timberlake jewelry, Stephanie Karch glass lamps and Leslie Allen glass bowls. Shows every First Friday during the Upper Duval Art Stroll.
712-B Duval Street • 305-509-7167 • Open daily 10am to 10pm Green World Gallery specializes in “wearable art” made from earth friendly materials including organic cotton, bamboo, hemp, recycled materials and water based inks. Our mission is to expand the enjoyment of art around the world by making it fun and affordable. The gallery also offers original art, photography, limited edition giclees, prints, pottery, jewelry and home decor with a caribbean flair. The gallery hosts the work of over twenty local artists.
830 Fleming Street • 305-296-9000 • Open Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 7pm (or by appointment) Featuring new shows monthly of original fine art by local and nationally known artists. Each of our artists provide their unique perspective to the gallery’s distinctive collection. Please drop in.
1207 Duval Street • 305-296-8900 or 800-784-9536. Open Daily 10 AM to 6PM • Off-season hours vary. “Key West’s Premier and Oldest Art Gallery.” Est.1974. Paintings, Art Glass, Original Graphics, Sculpture, Art Jewelry. Internationally acclaimed local artists. Featuring Sal Salinero, Michael Palmer, Pam Folsom, Nyla Witmore, Todd Bonita, Henry Peter, Steve Walker, Anne Packard, Carol Sadowski, Robert Johnson, John Whitney, Brigitte Kozma, Jane Washburn, James Nowak, George Bucquet, Toland Sand, John Kiraly. The Art Glass & Jewelry collection includes some of the most exciting, contemporary work available in the Keys.
614 Duval Street 305-296-6076 www.guildhallgallery.com Open Daily 10am- 10pm Guild Hall Gallery, an artists' co-op, was established in 1976 and remains the oldest Duval Street Art Gallery in its' original location. With 26 artist's studio spaces, Guild Hall, staying true to it's original dream, provides affordable spaces for Key West artists to display their work and expand their creative potential. Guild Hall Gallery is a collective body of local artists that proudly "hang" together in a historical building located in the center of Duval Street in Downtown Key West.
825 White Street • 305-294-0609 • Monday-Saturday, 12am - 5pm or by appointment “Jewel Box” is how one artist describes the front room of the Harrison Gallery. Not just denoting a container for gems, jewel box suggests something about the quality and finish of the objects in it. In that sense, no matter what the individual pieces are, the gallery invariably incorporates them into an artistic whole. Helen and Ben have owned and operated their studio/gallery since 1986.
330 Simonton Street • 305-296-3039 (877)812-0215 • Joy Gallery has been in business for 24 years and specializes in Original Fine Art. We represent artists from Key West as well as throughout the world. Our Mission is to provide good quality art of all mediums at a fair price for all our collectors, patrons and our guests no matter what your taste or experience level. Home to well known and multiple award winning local artist Irma Quigley and one of the newest up and coming Key West artist Abigail White as well as International award winning artists: Steve Tracy, Piccolo, Alcaraz, Payes, Diaz, Klevensky and Rita Schwab.
IMPOSSIBLE THINGS BEAD EMPORIUM &STUDIOS 531 Whitehead St 305-294-3500 ImpossibleThingsBeads@yahoo.com Open 10-6 daily This new gallery and glass studio has something for everyone with artisan jewelry, handmade glass beads, jewelry supplies, beads and boutique accessories. Offering classes, workshops and parties featuring all level projects to make your won piece of wearable art. Don't miss our selection of unique beads and findings for jewelry artisans of every level.
929 Truman Ave • 305-900-8303 • Keywestpottery.com Honest Works Island Pottery Co. is the Island of Key West’s largest ceramic arts resource. Our pottery studio will occupy and satisfy experts and amateur artists alike and our Gallery will inspire and stimulate your inner creative. Our Gallery, Key West Pottery, shows local fine art and functional pottery to fit every mood, purpose, and price. Sophisticated island chic on Truman Avenue.
301 Front Street - 305-294-1241 • Open Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Historic community gallery features original paintings of local landmarks, Old Town architecture and the natural beauty of the Florida Keys. Artist demo’s, classes and special events in season. Martha dePoo, Marc Caren, Christine Black, Richard Matson, Mally Weaver, Giovanni Novara and Kim Workman are among our 45 exhibiting members.
529 Whitehead St. 305-294-5556 www.RubiesaAndClay.com Open Daily 10am - 6pm Rubies & Clay is a must see for tasteful, island inspired, locally made pottery, jewelry, photography and paintings. Owners Grace Epperly and Lois Sonder had a vision for a working studio and showroom combo. They renovated a vacant space in 2012, turning a dead corner into a vibrant cultural arts destination.
540 Greene Street • 305 294 3973 • Representing local and nationally known artists including John Martini, Cindy Wynn, Roberta Marks, Michael Haykin and Cathy Rose, just for starters. Lucky Street strives to seek out and display the best in contemporary art. From steel sculpture to representational painting to ethereal abstracts, Lucky Street offers an exuberant experience for the art patron at our new address. Voted BEST GALLERY in Florida by Florida Monthly Magazine in 2010 and 2011.
1102B Duval Street • 305-296-4400 • SoDu Gallery in the heart of the South Duval Arts District features watercolors by Karen Beauprie, fine jewelry by Lainie Davia, acrylics by Fran Decker, painted objects d’art by Janis Childs, clever apparel by Sue Handman and guest artists of all kinds. New exhibits every First Friday during the Art Stroll.
Clinton Square Market • 291 Front Street • 305-292-2302 • Open 10am - 6pm This premier gallery offers it’s clients a wide range of decor options. From bright botanicals to subtle tropicals, celestial themed pieces, nauticals with a contemporary edge & most importantly a generous selection of pieces that are suitable for outdoors. We promise you’ve never seen a collection quite like this. A visit to native colors will take your breath away and open up new possibilities. Whether your walls are bare or you just need that one special piece, we’re ready to help you find art that is as one of a kind as you are. Life is not boring! Why should your art be!
1201 Duval Street • 305-295-9354 • New to Key West in a recently restored Upper Duval building, South Pointe Gallery offers an opportunity to view an extraordinary collection of original, vintage posters. Through the years proprietor Betsy Greene has traveled the globe to acquire her fine collection. One can view posters dating from the turn of the century until today of any subject. Come discover the beauty and enchantment of each hand selected piece!
802 White Street • 305-296-2080 • Open 10am - 4pm, Tuesday - Saturday A local’s favorite. This intimate gallery features the work of Sean Callahan, Marlene Koenig, William Welch and Kathleen Husted. Monthly shows allow for artists to display new work. Fast and reliable custom framing & giclee printing available. Don’t forget the monthly “Walk on White”, every third Thursday. Stop by and say, “Hi”.
430 Duval Street • 305-294-8444 • Open Daily from 10am to 9pm Located in the historic La Concha Hotel at the corner of Duval & Fleming is a “must see”. Freshly “repainted” Wet Paint Gallery plays host to and represents “locals favorite” artists (formally showcased in 7 Artists Gallery) Pam Hobbs, David Scott Meier, Maggie Ruley, Tony Scullen, Chris Hotham Carrol, EGG, Lynne Fischer, Noelle Rose, Kristen Hotham Carrol, Mary O’Shea, and local jewelry designer Jennifer Badry of Mango Season Jewelry Designs. Come in and check out the fresh caught local art! Photo realism, sculpture, jewlery, abstract, watercolor, photograpy, whimsy & glass; this gallery has it all!
518 Fleming Street • (305) 414-8396 Features original art by local artist, Amanda Johnson. Johnson is known for her energetic and textured palette knife paintings, abstracts, traditional oils, figures and sensational tropical art. Feel at home, feel inspired, as you journey through the art from both past and present by this talented and prolific artist. The smell of fresh paint and vivid colors makes this space an experience of the senses. Paint more, eat less!