1. JAG is one of the most iconic Key West art galleries, and is sure to impress. It’s an art staple that’s seen works from A.D Tinkham to John Martini to Letty Nowak. Their convenient gallery location makes it easy to visit. Check out what’s on show at JAG here: https://www.jaggallery.art/
2. The Cocco and Salem is located on upper Duval Street in Key West, Florida. The gallery exhibits nationally and internationally known artists including Jim Salem, Mia Tavanotti, and Judith Zabar. https://www.coccoandsalem.com/
3. Key West Pottery is one of Key West’s leading art galleries originated in 2009 by artists Adam Russel and Kelly Lever as Honest Works Island Pottery for one purpose – freedom. The resulting decade of collaboration has brought about some of the island’s finest works. Visit @keywestpottery on all platforms and www.keywestpottery.com online.
4. Gallery on Greene
Key West-based Gallery on Greene represents museum quality Fine Artists & Folk Artists–Rita MacNelly, Peter Vey, Suzie DePoo, Mike Marrero and many others. Gallery Director, Nance Frank has had a multi-faceted career working with Basler Volkerkunde Museum in Basel, Switzerland and the ethnological museum in Puerto Toro, Chile. https://galleryongreene.com/
5. Harrison Gallery
A mainstay in the flourishing Key West art scene, Harrison Gallery features art by its signature artists, Helen and Ben Harrison, as well as carefully curated pieces from around the world. https://www.harrison-gallery.com/