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GALLERIES (KEY WEST) Native Colors, 291 Front St., Suite 3; (305) 292-2302; The muted colors of the wall sculptures, selected by owner Tony Klaesius, are made in Connecticut, Haiti and Mexico. Expect big sun sculptures, palm trees and tropical flowers in all shapes and sizes, as well as many fish designs.

of American arts and contemporary crafts by a select group of artists. The collection includes home furnishings, handcrafted decorative arts, artistic jewelry and vibrant fashion.

James Coleman Gallery, 534 Duval St.;

(305) 294-7900; jamescolemanart. comThis fine art gallery has works in oil, watercolor, bronze and glass, as well as unique fine jewelry inlaid with precious stones. There’s also a large collection of Brian Arthur bronzes and tropical paintings by Wendy Norton, among others.

Red Door Gallery, 812 Caroline St.; (305) 296-6628 Owner and artist Rene Blais has created affordable island and Caribbean-inspired artwork for nearly two decades. Local artists, including Blais, create works that paint a picture of Key West scenery and island life.

Key West Art Center and Gallery,

301 Front St.; (305) 294-1241; This is a nonprofit organization devoted to encouraging local artists that furnishes a central marketplace for their work. Art by dedicated local artists, both in style and price, is for sale here.

Rock House Masterpieces, 330 Julia

St.; (305) 600-7823; Rock House Gallery is an everevolving and passionate journey to curate inspirational and extraordinary masterpieces of art and furniture. This gallery caters to those who yearn for something exotic and embraces the traveler, explorer and adventureseeker.

Key West Gallery, 601 Duval St.; (305) 923-1696; keywestartgallery. com Key West Art Gallery showcases more than 50 international artists. The shop specializes in bringing together collectible and investmentquality works from around the world, including originals and limited editions. Key West Pottery, 1203 Duval St.;

(305) 900-8303; Owners Kelly Lever and Adam Russell specialize in the making and curating of functional pottery and ceramic fine art, both of which you will find in abundance at Key West Pottery.

Rubies & Clay Island Gallery Studios,

Examples of the figurative art available at Gildea Contemporary Fine Art Gallery.

SALT Island Provisions, 830 Fleming St.;

Lemonade Stand Gallery, 318 Petronia

St.; (305) 731-9333; The Lemonade Stand Gallery, in the heart of Bahama Village, is the official gallery of Letty Nowak, known for her iconic painted portraits of local character. The shop also exhibits the works of a different visiting artist monthly.

Native Key Wester Mike Marrero displays his work at The Gallery on Greene.

(305) 896-2980; saltislandprovisions. com SALT Gallery is a curiously curated shop specializing in Florida Keys goods and fine art. Within, you'll find artisanal sea salts and local Keys islands honey, jewelry, wine and books, eclectic island-based artwork and a featured artist each month.

SoDu Gallery, 1102-B Duval St.; (305)

296-4400; Local artists Janis Childs, Lainie Davia, Fran Decker, Karen Beauprie and Marci McGee have partnered to sell original works in a variety of media: painting, pottery, silk, fine gold and gemstone jewelry, sculpture and furniture.

Lucky Street Gallery, 1204 White St.; (305) 294-3973; luckystreetgallery. com Lucky Street has a 30-year tradition of presenting the best of contemporary and cuttingedge sculpture, paintings, pottery, constructions and mixed-media works by some of Key West’s best local artists, including sculptor John Martini, photographer Carol Munder and ceramic artist Anne Goldman.

South Pointe Gallery, 1201

Duval St.; (305) 295-9354; This collection mainly comprises original vintage European posters featuring artists such as Cappiello, Razzia, Broders, Colin and many more. The gallery also sells hand-carved exterior and interior wooden objects.

Millionaire Gallery, 608

Duval St.; (305) 440-2392; Millionaire Gallery has an eclectic collection of island-made fine art and home furnishings as well as authentic and exclusive memorabilia. Autographed portrait of Frank Sinatra, anyone?

Montage, online orders only; (305) 295-9101; All the handcrafted decorative signs here are cut and finished in a 2,400 square foot studio on Stock Island. Each piece carries the gallery owner’s signature.

529 Whitehead St.; (305) 294-5556; Rubies & Clay has pottery by Grace Epperly, paintings by Maggie Ruley and Ray Rolston, and Garth & Katie Holtkamp, fused glass by Paula Cooper, and jewelry by Lois Songer, Abigail Houff, Sandie Guthrie and Jessica Wilson.

Stone Soup Gallery & Frame Shop, 802 White St.; (305) 296-2080 Stone Soup Gallery exhibits a range of works by both local and out-of-state artists for the discriminating art collector. The Studios of Key West , 533 Eaton St.; (305) 296-0458; The Studios brings world-class artists to the island, connecting them with local audiences and artists, and providing space for both to explore their creativity. Climbing to new heights: Gildea Contemporary Fine Art Gallery.

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Wild Side Gallery, 1000 Duval St.; (305) 296-7800; Wild Side Gallery

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Key West Magazine Spring/Summer 2019 Issue  

Here's 565 Reasons You’ll Love It Here in Key West, including in-depth listings and reviews of our 31 Beaches, 296 Bars Cafés and Restauran...

Key West Magazine Spring/Summer 2019 Issue  

Here's 565 Reasons You’ll Love It Here in Key West, including in-depth listings and reviews of our 31 Beaches, 296 Bars Cafés and Restauran...