The Avondale gallery that’s allowed Northeast Florida art lovers to meet world-renowned artists Peter Max and Mackenzie Thorpe and actress-turned-artist Jane Seymour is closing on or before April 20. Avondale Artworks proprietor Ken Stutes told us that “revenues haven’t been sufficient to justify continuing it,” and parking had become a problem.
The gallery, which was open for nearly five years, has also hosted the works of Salvador Dalí, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Dr. Seuss and others. Stutes says he’s offering deep discounts on his inventory before he closes.
We suggest you act fast.