St. Augustine Art Association
The St. Augustine Art Association has been promoting excellence in the arts since 1924. Located in the Historic District of the nation's oldest city, the Association produces monthly juried exhibits of works by emerging and professional artists as well as the annual Thanksgiving Art & Craft Festival. The art gallery serves as the community's cultural hub, housing a collection of "Lost Colony" art and providing a gathering place for workshops, lectures, children's programs, concerts and special events.

Please see our Facebook page for the most up to date events and news.


2016-2017 Exhibit Calendar


A 10 day community-wid Plein Air Paint Out in historic St. Augustine, Florida.  The event celebrates the town's opulent Gilded Age environment focusing on impressions of the Flagler Era (architectural landmarks, open spaces, building details, cityscapes and more).  Selected works will be featured in a juried exhibit May 5 - 28, 2017.  Prizes total $2500 with a $1,000 Best in Show.

Click here to learn more and register


  The St. Augustine Art Association welcomes the fall season with an ART & ARCHITECTURE WALKING TOUR on Saturday, Feb. 25.  Call for reservations 904.824.2310.

The 90-minute guided tour around the Plaza and picturesque streets of Old Town highlights iconic paintings, Spanish, Colonial and Victorian architecture, stained glass, monuments, murals, public sculptures, artist studios, galleries and more. Participants will learn about the St. Augustine Art Colony, Flager Era and epic history of St. Augustine through the unique perspective of art.

Led by an art historian, the morning stroll will start and finish at the St. Augustine Art Association, 22 Marine Street, one block west of the City Marina. Sturdy, comfortable shoes are required since some of the streets are uneven.

The fee for the tour is $20 per person. Call (904) 824-2310 by Friday, September 30, for reservations.

Visit the TOUCH  St. Augustine Sculpture Garden 

Two sculptures representing the past and future are featured in our gardens along Marine Street. Richard Weaver's "Signal From Shore" is a bronze Timucuan boy that stands above the site where rare Native American artifacts were found in 2014.  Enzo Torcoletti's "Heavenly Bodies" is an artistic metaphor for the Old and New Worlds.  The sculptures were installed to commemorate the 450th Anniversary of St. Augustine. Each piece has a TOUCH St. Augustine Braille marker with descriptions and tactile diagrams.  Here, visitors may start their citywide exploration of the TOUCH St. Augustine Braille Trail and Audio Tour of historic statues.  

Learn more here:

Drake's Raid Exhibit


A permanent installation of artifacts unearthed below the North Gallery wing of the St. Augustine Art Association showcases evidence of Drake's Raid on the Spanish town in 1586. This commemorative St. Augustine 450th Anniversary legacy project was produced in part through a grant from the Florida Humanities Council. Visit soon!


Monday Night Life Drawing
Weekly live model sessions. Gestures and long poses.
6 to 9pm ($10/members). Easels/tables provided.

Open Studio Tuesdays
Weekly studio time for artists to create, critique, collaborate!
1 to 4pm. ($5/members). Easels/tables provided.


Saturday & Sunday, November 25 & 26, 2017

TOUCH St. Augustine
Check out our Tactile outreach program!
First Friday Art Walk Opening Receptions
5 to 9pm
7pm Awards Ceremony

Gallery Hours:
Tue-Sat: Noon to 4pm
Sundays: 2-5pm
Free Admission

Artwalk: First Friday of every month 5-9pm.  Artwalk Map

22 Marine Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084


Join our mailing list

Get Directions

Art Association Gallery 360

View Ted Pappas' 360 degree tour of the gallery