Local Theaters, Museums, and Galleries

Theaters and Museums

Artis—Naples

5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard, Naples

800.597.1900

Overview:  hosting more than 400 events a year including world-class theater, dance, comedy, classical and popular music. Home to the Baker Museum of Art, the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra and west coast home to Edward Villella's Miami City Ballet.

 

The Baker Museum at Artis―Naples

5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard, Naples

Overview - with a mission to inspire creativity and awaken curiosity, The Baker Museum strives to be a visual arts resource for people of all ages and backgrounds with a special emphasis on the contributions of modern and contemporary artists. The Museum includes a three-story, 30,000 sq. ft. museum with 15 galleries, glass dome conservatory and resource room. Special features include the Museum's entrance gates, designed by renowned metal artist Albert Paley, and a Persian Ceiling created by popular glass artist Dale Chihuly

 

Naples Art Association at The von Liebig Art Center

585 Park Street, Naples

239.262.6517

Overview – the Naples Art Association (NAA), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, has a mission to promote and advance education, interest and participation in the visual arts. It offers programming that helps artists of all ages and skill levels along their creative journeys and inspires all who visit to live and think artistically. Many of these programs take place at the von Liebig Art Center, a local treasure and community resource operated by the NAA. The NAA is solely supported by donations from the community.

 

The Marco Players

1055 North Collier Boulevard, Marco Island

239.642.7270

Overview - the mission of The Marco Players is to provide a venue, and a professional environment, for performers and theater-goers alike to experience entertaining, meaningful, high quality theatrical productions that benefit the community, our volunteers and local community organizations. www.TheMarcoPlayers.com.

 

The Naples Players at Sugden Community Theatre

701 Fifth Avenue South, Naples

239.7990

Overview:  professional-quality musicals, comedies, dramas, adult and children's classes, children's theatre, and much more, presented live year 'round on two state-of-the-art stages in a multi-million dollar theater on vibrant 5th Avenue South in Naples.

 

Art Galleries

Adams Galleries

5201 North Tamiami Trail, Suite 3, Naples

239.430.0040

Overview:  presents an extensive collection of original oil paintings from around the world. Along with fine European oils, they also have a vast selection of decorative oils by emerging artists. Many styles from around the world are represented.

 

Arsenault Gallery

764 12th Avenue South, Naples
263.1214

Overview:  Paul’s vibrant and widely collected paintings reflect a rhythm and pattern that distinguish his easily recognizable style. His lifelong pursuit to paint contemporary life in coastal communities is enhanced by his passion for history and his natural storytelling ability. Annual fundraising shows have been a hallmark of his career, and since l983, these have benefited a variety of non-profit organizations devoted to health, environmental protection, and historic preservation.

 

Blue Mangrove Gallery

1089 North Collier Boulevard, Marco Island

239.393.2405

Overview: carries an ever-changing array of artisan jewelry, glass, pottery, accent furniture, art and photography, notecards, books, games, women's handbags and accessories plus a fun children's area. They represent close to 300 artists and support fair trade vendors from around the world.

 

Botero Galleries

199 Trade Center Way, Naples

239. 431.4717

Overview:  fine art galleries, fine custom framing, conservation quality framing, museum mounting and portraits.

 

Calusa Gallery

246 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples

239.594.3888

Overview:  an eclectic gallery, featuring limited edition giclees, serigraphs and etchings with Florida and European motifs. Framing is also available for artwork and custom mirrors.

 

Cunningham Gallery

1031 Fifth Avenue South, Naples

239. 261-6249

Overview:  features Fine Art Photography by Dick Cunningham. Many scenes and wildlife from this area as well as from around the country and Africa are represented.

 

The Clay Place

1555 Shadowlawn Drive, Naples

239. 775.1078

Overview:  owned by noted local potter, Jim Rice, this shop features a variety of hand-painted pottery, including dinnerware, tiles and murals.

 

Darvish Collection of Art

1199 3rd Street South, Naples

Phone:  239.261.7581

Overview: the second oldest art gallery in all of Naples, with an exceptional collection of contemporary impressionist, realist paintings and antique American and European works from as far back as the 16th century. The gallery is family-owned and operated and was

founded in 1983.

 

DeBruyne Fine Art

275 Broad Avenue South, Naples

239.262.4551

Overview:  specializing 19th and early 20th century art, and many internationally acclaimed painters and sculptors who are living and working today. Services include:  worldwide acquisition resources, private presentations, framing consultations and professional installations and much more.

 

Dennison-Moran Gallery

600 5th Avenue South, Naples

239. 263-0590

Overview:  opened in 1997, with fine contemporary crafts, art-jewelry, paintings and sculpture representing over 150 American artists from throughout the U.S. who work in glass, ceramics, metal, fabric and wood. Owned and operated by goldsmiths, Kathleen and Robert Dennison and painter, Mary Moran. They also feature their own work.

 

Emily James Studio & Gallery

780 5th Avenue South, Suite 200, Naples

239. 777.3283

Overview:  the gallery features work by award-winning, native Floridian artist Emily James, whose subjects include landscapes, tropical scenes, seascapes, golf courses and European scenes. She specializes in commission work.

 

Everglades Gallery

15505 Tamiami Trail North, Naples

239. 593.7793

Overview:  a fine art photography gallery featuring the work of John Brady and other local photographers.

 

Four Winds Gallery Native American jewelry and art

340 13th Avenue South and 658 5th Avenue South, Naples

239.263.7555

Overview:  showcasing masterworks of American Indian art and an extensive, top-notch jewelry selection. Works by contemporary artists are complemented by traditional and historic pieces, including basketry, Plains beadwork, Navajo textiles, Zuni fetish carvings, Pueblo pottery, Northwest Coast art, Seminole dolls, sculpture, paintings and unique tribal items. 

 

Galerie DuSoleil

393 Broad Avenue South, Naples

239.417.3450

Overview:  Galerie du Soleil has gathered original and limited edition works of art from over 40 regional, national and international artists – an array of paintings and sculpture that appeals to a variety of tastes and purposes. In addition to a large and diverse inventory on site, the gallery displays a thorough digital library of available pieces by each artist.

 

Gallery One

770 5th Avenue South, Naples

239.263.0835

Overview:  has been showcasing fine art and contemporary crafts in Naples since 1992. They have represented more than 500 artists from all over the USA, as well as from Canada and Europe. The gallery is one the leading Frogman dealers in the Florida Gulf coast region.

 

Gardner Colby Gallery

386 Broad Avenue South, Naples

239.403.7787

Overview:  representing an exceptional group of fine artists. From traditional to contemporary, realism to impressionism, representational to transitional art, the gallery showcases a mix of landscape, seascape, figurative and still life works, executed in oil, acrylic, bronze, and various mixed media.

 

Guess-Fisher Gallery

810 12th Avenue South, Naples

239.659.2787

Overview:  fine art batik by Natalie Guess. Natalie is a nationally-known, multiple award-winning batik artist. Her artwork is included in numerous private collections, corporate and museum collections. Natalie’s work has been featured in some local, national and international publications.

 

Harmon-Meek Gallery

599 Tamiami Trail North, Naples

239.261.2637

Overview:  established in 1964, before Naples had any art museum, the gallery provided tours to area schools and art education programs. William Meek put together the first permanent collections of art for what would become the Naples Museum of Art (1996), the Von Liebig Art Center (1997), and the Children's Museum of Naples (2010). The gallery has supported a number of organizations in the community through art raffles, special exhibitions, and cash donations and has won numerous awards.

 

Jo-Gi Gallery

1080 5th Avenue South, Naples

239.659.5644

Overview:  a diverse collection of contemporary French fine art, since 2000, initially offering the collection in Chicago, and then in 2006 expanding to Naples. Jo-Gi shares her collection with private and corporate clients, collectors and international agents.  

 

Marianne Friedland Gallery

359 Broad Avenue South, Naples

239.262.3484

Overview:  established since 1990, the gallery specializes in major works by modern and contemporary American masters. In addition to the Naples gallery, Ms. Friedland operated a sister gallery in Toronto, Canada for more than 25 years.

 

Native Vision Gallery

737 5th Avenue South, Naples

239.643.3785

Overview:  their collection includes African wildlife, dramatic Everglades landscapes, seascapes, historic safari scenes, florals, and still-lifes. Mediums include oils, pastels, watercolor, acrylics, stone, wood, bronze and cast glass.

 

Phil Fisher Gallery

810 12th Avenue South, Naples

239.403.8393

Overview: watercolors and oils by Phil Fisher. Well-known during the past 39 years for his tropical scenes and landscapes of Naples, his colorful Italian scenes and other travel-scapes are widely sought after, as well. He can be seen painting in his studio almost every day.

 

Sails at Sea

1500 5th Avenue South, Suite A2-101; Naples, FL 34102

239.273.9682

Overview: A collection of fine maritime art by noted and up-and-coming artists.  The gallery included works from the “Age of Sail”, the 18th and 19th century warships that helped shape history, and the great racing yachts that vied for the America’s cup in the late 19th and early 20th century.

 

Shaw Gallery of Fine Art

761 5th Avenue South, Naples

239.262.7828

Overview:  one of the premier art galleries of Southwest Florida offering an ever-changing display of fine art paintings, sculpture and art glass. For years the gallery has featured artists of national and international distinction that are true masters in their respective fields.

 

Sheldon Fine Art

460 5th Avenue South, Naples

239.649.6255

Overview:  an established gallery for over twenty years, their inventory includes numerous original works, ranging from oils to watercolors, photography to sculpture. They also carry fine art prints, including giclees, representing local, national and world-renowned artists.

 

Sweet Art Gallery

2054 Trade Center Way, Naples

239.597.2110

Overview:  ranked as the largest gallery in Southwest Florida, featuring original artwork representing over 50 national, international and local artists, with over 6,000 sq. ft. of original art. They host bi-monthly receptions and often incorporate a variety of fund/awareness raising.

 

Von Liebig Art Center

585 Park Street, Naples

239.262.6517

Overview:  the Naples Art Association (a non-profit organization) founded in 1954, has operated the art center since 1999. Their mission is to promote and advance education, interest and participation in the visual arts to individual artists of all ages and skill levels. Gallery exhibits, gift store and classes.  

 

Weatherburn Gallery

452 Bayfront Place, Naples

239.263.8008

Overview:  one of the largest fine art galleries in southwest Florida exhibiting dozens of exceptional works of art by leading painters and sculptors from around the world. Many of their award-winning artists enjoy national and international reputations.