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22 MARINE ST., ST. AUGUSTINE, FL 32084 | (904) 824-2310
GALLERY HOURS: TUE - SUN, 12pm TO 4PM | FREE ADMISSION
22 MARINE ST., ST. AUGUSTINE, FL 32084 | (904) 824-2310

Books

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  • Haiku Odes to Artists (Modern Haikus)

    Catherine Avery St. Jean shares her collection of Haiku poetry about various artists. With a total of 50 different artists featured, these modern haikus explore and introduce significant individuals who have, in some way or another, exhibited exceptional skill. Haiku is a type of short poetry originally from Japan. It is written in three lines consisting of 17 syllables total and a 5, 7, and 5 syllable count.
    $7.00 Buy now
  • Lincolnville, A Sketchbook Journal

    The Lincolnville neighborhood, just south of downtown St. Augustine, comes alive through artist Rosamond Parrish's colorful paintings. Her descriptions of early black history through Flagler-era development, prominent 1960s Civil Rights activities and present-day popularity as a place to call home tell of a beautiful, vibrant and evolving neighborhood. Residents and visitors alike have discovered that Parrish's book, "Lincolnville, A Sketchbook Journal of St. Augustine's Historic Neighborhood" have given them a new appreciation of this long-neglected gem in the Oldest City.
    $25.00 Buy now
  • Bernard Springsteel: A Life in Art

    Bernard Springsteel shares his joy of art alongside his wide collection of watercolor and oil paintings.  A former Art Director for magazine and book publications, Bernard Springsteel has had a rewarding and successful, creative career in the arts involving artists and photographers. Watercolors, sculpture and drawing have been a steady diet, though, for the past 35 years. His paintings are now in collections, namely: The Suffolk County Historical Society, The Bridgehampton Museum, The Brooklyn Historical Society and in private collections.
    $15.00 Buy now
  • Flying Colors: The Life & Work of Courtenay Hunt

    "If you have to write something about me, just say that I loved painting. I loved flying, and I loved ladies, but not necessarily in that order." -- Courtenay Hunt Written by art historian Wayne W. Wood, this richly illustrated book chronicles the colorful life of artist and aviator Courtenay Hunt, who captured the characters and coastal landscape of Northeast Florida during his long career. His works include portraits, still lifes, and sprawling landscapes -- with a color palette that often explored deep and vivid shades. This book was published on the occasion of the St. Augustine Art Association’s 90th Anniversary and one-year anniversary of Hunt’s death.
    $20.00 Buy now
  • FIGURE DRAWING THROUGH THE EYES OF THIS ARTIST

    Bernard Springsteel shares his joy of art alongside his wide collection of figure drawings A former Art Director for magazine and book publications, Bernard Springsteel has had a rewarding and successful, creative career in the arts involving artists and photographers. Watercolors, sculpture and drawing have been a steady diet, though, for the past 35 years. His paintings are now in collections, namely: The Suffolk County Historical Society, The Bridgehampton Museum, The Brooklyn Historical Society and in private collections.
    $15.00 Buy now
  • ST. AUGUSTINE: A SKETCHBOOK

    Through the use of watercolor, black and white drawings, and evocative, informative text, “St. Augustine: A Sketchbook” takes the reader on a journey through the historical neighborhoods with stops at landmarks and other points of interest. St. Augustine, Florida, is the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in the United States, founded in 1565. This book is an artistic celebration of the city’s famous Spanish-style architecture as well as the Mediterranean Revival and British Colonial. Beyond the famous architecture, Rosamond Parrish captures the personalities and wildlife of St. Augustine through her delicate work and loving eye.
    $25.00 Buy now
  • VEGGIN IN ST. AUGUSTINE

    Jennifer Jordan has created this visual journey through St. Augustine’s Bed & Breakfasts, Food Trucks and Restaurants. Inside you’ll find vegetarian recipes from some of your favorite local hotspots! This recipe book is designed to open the door to the many delights the Chef’s have created, and inspire the reader (vegetarian and omnivore alike) to open their taste buds to the possibilities available locally. This book includes beloved restaurants, food trucks and bed and breakfasts located in the nooks and crannies of historic St. Augustine and its surrounding areas. Whether you visit the restaurants themselves, or test the recipes in your own kitchen, these delicious meals are all here waiting to be explored, enjoyed, and re-invented.
    $25.00 Buy now
  • TEAR IN THE DESERT

    A book by Navy Chaplain Ron Moses Camarda, as featured in the 2021 Then & Now: Veterans Exhibit. Take a journey into the Heart of the Iraq War with Navy Chaplain Ron Moses Camarda. Father Ron Camarda was recalled to Active Duty to serve with the Marines during the Battle for Fallujah, Iraq (2004). At Bravo Surgical (Marine equivalent to a M.A.S.H. unit) he received over 1500 casualties and 81 deaths. When he returned home he found his work was not done. Walking with the widows and families left behind has been filled with great love and compassion. This is a walk with God into the war in the desert, only to find that the real war is within the human heart.
    $25.00 Buy now

GALLERY WILL BE CLOSED

Due to the path of Hurricane Ian, the St. Augustine Art Association will be closed Wednesday, September 28th through Sunday, October 2nd.

Monday Night Figure Drawing will STILL be happening on Monday, October 3rd, 6:00 – 9:00 PM.

ARTISTS: If you have not picked up your work from the Fall Members Show, you may do so next week.

The Receiving dates for the Tactile Show remain the same:
Tuesday, October 4 (11:30am – 5:30pm)
Wednesday, October 5 (11:30am – 5:30pm)
Installation will be on Thursday, October 6

The gallery will re-open to the public on Friday, October 7th as we debut the Tactile Art Show and St. Augustine Camera Club Members Show. Join us that evening for First Friday Art Walk, 5:00 – 8:00 PM!