The St. Augustine Art Association is open Tuesdays – Sundays, 12:00 – 4:00 PM.
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Koo’s collection of new paintings, Symbiosis, is on display at Butterfield Garage Art Gallery throughout September. Join Koo for her artist talk at 6:00 pm, on Friday, September 1st, during St. Augustine’s First Friday Art Walk!
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to present “Teach Me a Song,” an ongoing body of video, sculpture, and photography work from Tulsa-based artist Elisa Harkins. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
October is National Sensory Processing Awareness Month, and the STAAA is once again hosting the tactile exhibit with the Florida DeafBlind Association and FSDB. Unlike most art exhibits, viewers–blind, visually impaired, or sighted–are invited to touch the artwork!
Escape to Italy through stunning works by Leah Wiedemer. Lost Art & Sea Spirits Galleries are thrilled to feature artist Leah Wiedemer during First Friday Art Walk. Enjoy the lovely atmosphere and meet the artist as she paints live! Lost Art Gallery invites you to join them October 6th, 5-9 pm, for a night filled with elegant art, drinks, and fun!
Join the St. Augustine Art Association for the opening night of the Tactile Art Show and the St. Augustine Camera Club's Members Show from 5:00 - 8:00 PM.
Visit Gloria Grace Art Studio and watch an art demonstration while sampling wine. Work alongside other artists and collaborate to increase your skills or just enjoy watching the creative process! First and Last Friday of each month, 6:00pm.
Flagler College and the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum are pleased to welcome Barcelona-based artist Laia Estruch as the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum’s Artist-in-Residence from Oct. 16 through Nov. 2, 2023. In conjunction with the CEAM Artist Residency, the artist will give an artist talk, free and open to the public.
The Sunshine State shines here! This vivid display explores a wide range of artistic interpretations and scenes of Florida, from the plants and animals to the wilderness and waterways, to the people and places.
This year, celebrate art and history through a festive holiday display on the fireplace mantels of Ximenez-Fatio House! **Artists are invited to design and submit a festive mantel display by Friday, September 22nd.
The St. Augustine Art Association with Hastings Main Street Inc. present the inaugural Hastings Main Street Fall Festival of Art -- featuring a diversity of fine artists in mediums ranging from painting, glass and pottery to fiber, photography, jewelry and more.
In this non-traditional exhibit, artists push the boundaries of norm. Works reflect non-traditional subjects–or perhaps a new perspective on traditional subjects–a variety of mediums and experiments with mediums, 2D and 3D.
An eye-popping array of over 150 works of art by students in grades nine through twelve. A community outreach partnership with St. Johns County Schools. Sponsored by LeShane CPA.
This bi-annual exhibit of STAAA members features a variety of works by emerging, seasoned and professional artists. The artworks encompass a variety of styles, mediums and subjects.
Artists are invited to participate in the annual Plein Air Paint Out in historic St. Augustine, Florida! Be inspired by the Spanish architecture, coastal environment, small-town streets, and Old-World charm of the nation’s oldest city. The works created during this exhibit will be on display at the St. Augustine Art Association May 3 – June 3 in the Reflections exhibit. Visit staaa.org/pleinair for complete details.
Journey through the last 100 years of St. Augustine’s artists. Bringing together the past and present, this exhibit will feature works from the STAAA Permanent Collection alongside artwork by today’s artists. Works from the Plein Air Paint Out will also be featured, creating an irresistible artistic tapestry of the nation’s oldest city. An art collector’s delight!
This national photography exhibit in July and August will challenge both professionals and amateurs to observe their own communities and tell a story of how local architecture plays a part in the development of the culture and people of their community.