29 Jun Must-Visit Art Galleries in Naples, FL
If you’re looking to infuse some culture into your SWFL vacation, then you’ve come to the right place. Home to nationally ranked art festivals and white sand beaches, Naples, Florida is the place to be for fine arts and beautiful weather. The area attracts worldwide and local artists from a variety of backgrounds and medias, offering a diverse selection that’s sure to boast something you’ll love.
Don’t just take our word for it – see for yourself. Here are some of the top art galleries in Naples, FL.
1. UP Art & Design Gallery
Take a walk through Downtown Naples to find yourself in the place to be for contemporary art. UP Art and Design Gallery describes itself as “an entirely unexpected gallery venue saturated with one-of-a-kind artworks of museum stature and presented in an intimate and engaging architectural setting.” It’s a must-see for every art lover in the area.
2. Phil Fisher Gallery
For a truly unique experience, visit the gallery of a local artist whose been painting the Naples landscape for four decades. At the Phil Fisher Gallery, Fisher’s love of all things tropical (from boats to beaches to water to palm trees) is evident in every stroke of his paint brush. His paintings of his travels will transport you around the city and around the world.
Photo credit to Gardner Colby Galleries in Naples, FL.
3. Gardner Colby Galleries
Located in the heart of Old Naples in an area known as “Gallery Row,” Gardner Colby Galleries is known as one of Florida’s most respected art galleries. Established in 1994, the gallery represents an exceptional group of contemporary American artists, and features an eclectic collection of paintings, sculpture and glass.
4. Piccadilly’s Fine Art Galleries
Cleveland natives may remember Piccadilly’s from before owners PJ and Barbara Campbell picked up and moved down to Naples, FL. The gallery is well-known for its representation of traditional painting styles of impressionism, photo realism, and expressionism from artists such as Thomas Arvid, Alexei Butirskiy, Michael Flohr, and more.
5. East West Fine Art
Known previously as Gallery on Fifth, East West Fine Art boasts two locations exhibiting “the finest works of Russian, American, and European academically trained contemporary artists.” Keep a close eye on their event calendar for information about new exhibitions, live artist shows, and interactive presentations on Russian art and culture.
6. HW Gallery
In business for 16 years and carrying 62 different artists, mother-daughter team Lauren and Emily Greenough have found their niche as art dealers and collectors. HW Gallery deals in all kinds of highly recognized art, from classics like Pablo Picasso and Mark Chagall to abstractionists like Mark Dickson and Vernon Ennis.