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111 E. Bay Street Studio – An off-the-grid art space with several hundred feet of display area. Hours of operation vary. Must call for an appointment. 111 E. Bay Street. 904-891-1432.

Adrian Pickett Gallery – Pickett has created a name for himself in the local art community with his stunning charcoal portraits of some of the most influential civic leaders. Commissioned art requests are welcome. The gallery is open from 11 am to 4 pm Tuesday through Thursday and from noon to 6 pm Friday and Saturday. 2 W. Independent Drive. 904-300-5754. www.adrianpickett.com

Aly Cat – The gallery at the Jacksonville Landing offers unique engraving, etching and sandblasting services for a variety of items including wine bottles, jewelry, stones, wood, glass and frames. Bring your own or select from their collection. Aly Cat is open from 10 am to 5 pm Monday, 10 am to 6 pm Tuesday through Thursday, and 10 am to 7 pm Friday and Saturday. Sundays are available by appointment only. 2 Independent Drive W. 904-699-8109 www.alycatinc.com

Archway Gallery & Framing – A selection of over 2,000 frames to compliment your home or office décor. Michele Hampton creates custom frames finished to blend with a particular piece in any size or style. 363 Atlantic Blvd. Suite 2, Atlantic Beach. 904-249-2222. www.archwaygalleryandframing.com

Art Center Cooperative, Inc. – This is the main gallery space for members of the non-profit corporation who are dedicated to growing the Jacksonville art industry. Artwork displayed in this gallery includes original oils, acrylics, watercolor paintings, figure sketches, pastels and photography. 31 W. Adams Street in The Carling. 904-355-1757. www.tacjacksonville.org

Art Center II Studios – The primary location for studio space for local artists and a venue for juried exhibits. Classes and workshops are available to help artists improve their craft. 229 N. Hogan Street. 904-355-1757. www.tacjacksonville.org

Art Center Premier Gallery — 50 N. Laura Street Suite 150, Bank of America Tower. 904-355-1757. www.tacjacksonville.org

Artistree Gallery – The new gallery space features original artwork and furniture creations from the WM Collection. By appointment only. Plans for an opening reception are underway. 1089 Atlantic Beach, Suite 30. 904-241-0426. www.theartistree.com

Art of Hope Gallery – Artist James Ryals displays his inspirational paintings done by mouth and shares his message of perseverance at his gallery space in the Jacksonville Landing. James Pontal also displays his photographic scenes of Jacksonville and St. Augustine. 2 Independent Drive W. 904-355-4673. www.artofhope.com

Avondale Artworks – Owned and operated by Ken Stutes, Avondale Artworks has an expansive collection of original art and limited edition prints available for purchase, as well as custom framing and printing. The gallery has 2,700-square-feet of exhibit space and includes paintings, prints, sculpture, photography, ceramics and fine jewelry. 3562 St. Johns Avenue. 904-384-8797. www.avondaleartworks.com

Beaches Museum and History Center – Take a stroll through the history of the Beach communities from Ponte Vedra to Mayport. The details of the past are beautifully preserved in this educational and entertaining time capsule of a museum from when Jacksonville Beach was known as a railroad town, instead of as a tourist destination. Outside of the museum is the Old #7 Locomotive, a chapel recently relocated from Neptune Beach to its original site and the former railroad depot. 380 Pablo Avenue, Jacksonville Beach. 904-241-5657. www.beachesareahistoricalsociety…

Burrito Gallery – No, it’s not a gallery of burritos. It’s a burrito restaurant and bar that also happens to feature an ever-changing art gallery, with shows by different artists. Permanent installations include a mural by MacTruque. 21 East Adams Street. 904-598-2922. www.burritogallery.com

CoRK – Named for its geographic location at the corner of Rosselle and King Streets, the CoRK gallery features over 80,000-square feet of warehouse space centered around artist studios and galleries. The first stage of development in CoRK West is at capacity with artists in residence including Dolf James, Jim Draper, Crystal Floyd and Jamie Jordan, George Cornwell and Noli Novak, Jen Jones, Donald Duisnbeere, Sharla Valeskai and Paul Ladnier. Artists on display in the east wing include (but are not limited to) Morrison Pierce, Diane Rabideau, JKoula Redmond, Thomas Hager and Shaun Thurston. Future developments include the installation of a live music venue, more gallery and studio space and a destination for performance art. 2689 Rosselle Street. [email protected]

Corse Gallery and Atelier – The gallery represents many of the country’s most influential artists including Roger Bansemer, Neil Patterson, Eleanor Blair, Miro Sinovcic, Alice Williams, Ed Hall and Eileen Corse. Gallery hours are 11 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Friday, 11 am to 3 pm Saturday and by appointment. 4144 Herschel Street. 904-388-8205. www.corsegalleryatelier.com

Cummer Gallery of Art and Gardens – Revered as much for its 5,000 works of art spanning over 8,000 years as it is for its lush, beautifully manicured garden space nestled along the banks of the St. Johns River, the Cummer is a local treasure. The gallery houses precious works of American and European art and its renowned collection of Meissen porcelain. 904-899-6034. www.cummer.org

Daryl Bunn Studios – One of the most technologically advanced photographic studios in the southeast, Darryl Bunn Studios has earned countless awards for its consistent and imaginative designs. 643 Edison Avenue. 904-356-6699. www.darylbunnstudios.com

Fairfax Gallery & Framing – A major component of the Jacksonville art scene for nearly 30 years, Fairfax Gallery represents artists throughout the country with a concentration on local and regional artists. The gallery showcases a variety of styles from contemporary and traditional to expressionism and the abstract. 4216 Herschel Street. 904-384-7724. www.framingest.com

First Street Gallery – Contemporary fine arts and crafts representing an eclectic blend of more than 175 local and regional artists and craftsmen in a variety of mediums. Works include clay, fibers, silver, wood, glass, polymer clay, paper, metal, jewelry and mixed media. Also available are photography, acrylic and oil paintings, watercolors and prints. 216-B First Street, Neptune Beach. 904-241-6928. www.firststreetgalleryart.com

Florida Mining – A division of Harbinger, Florida Mining presents a collection of contemporary, forward-thinking works of art in mixed mediums and perspectives. The gallery features a large, state-of-the-art facility. 5300 Shad Road. 904-425-2845. www.floridamininggallery.com

Gallery 1037 Reddi Arts – Billed as “the place to see the emerging careers of local artists,” the gallery also hosts student art shows and the annual Reddi Arts Employee Show. Hours are 9:30 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday and 1 to 5 pm Sunday. 1037 Hendricks Avenue. 904-398-3161. www.reddiarts.com

Green Frog Art – Art for childhood and beyond, Green Frog Art presents whimsical, framed artwork, canvas pieces and some limited edition and personalized artworks that capture and inspire imagination. 6 Fairfield Blvd. Ponte Vedra Beach. 904-280-1027. www.greenfrogart.com

The J. Johnson Gallery – Located in the heart of Jacksonville Beach, the gallery has showcased modern and contemporary art exhibitions in a wide variety of mediums from paintings, sculptures, prints and photography. The sales gallery emphasizes Latin American and Caribbean artists such as Javier Marin. 177 4th Avenue N. Jacksonville Beach. 904-435-3200. www.jjohnsongallery.com

Jen Jones Galleries – Jen Jones Consulting curates art at a number of locations, featuring local artists. The Juice gallery is on the second floor of the Modis Building and features local and regional artwork. Check out out other displays at the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, RS&H Architecture and Riverplace Tower. You can also head to two local restuarants: Biscottis and bb’s. 904-612-5959. www.JenJonesArt.com

MOCA Jacksonville – The focus of the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA) is exhibiting and collecting art created since 1960. Works displayed include national and international artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. The space also features the ArtExplorium Loft for families to come together to learn, engage and inspire. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for seniors, students and military and kids ages 3-18. Members are free. 333 N. Laura Street. 904-366-6911. www.mocajacksonville.org

Ritz Theatre and Museum – Celebrating the significant contributions and the history of African-Americans in northeast Florida, the permanent exhibit houses replicated scenes of everyday life, mixed with photographs and artifacts from past eras that commemorate LaVilla’s native sons, James Weldon Johnson and John Rosamond Johnson. 829 N. Davis Street. 904-632-5555. www.ritzjacksonville.com

Scott Riley Art Consulting – Also known as the San Marco location of Stellers Gallery. Work from artists Scott and Paul Riley are featured. Monday by Appointment, Tuesday through Friday, 10 am – 5 pm. Saturday, 10 am to 3 pm. 1409 Atlantic Blvd. 396-9492. www.stellersgallery.com

Southlight Gallery – A collaborative space with 25 artists committed to sharing their works with the Jacksonville community. The gallery displays a diverse selection of work from both established and emerging local artists. Hours are 11 am to 3 pm Tuesday through Friday. Saturday through Monday are by appointment only. 6 E. Bay Street, Dyal Upchurch Building, 2nd floor. 904-358-1002. www.southlightgallery.com

Space:Eight – Hip First Coast artists display at this contemporary St. Augustine gallery. Check their website for upcoming shows. 228 W. King Street, St. Augustine. 904-829-2838. spaceeight.com

Stellers Gallery of Ponte Vedra – Stellers Gallery supports the accessibility of fine art by promoting their artists and displaying works in a variety of mediums including oils, pastels and watercolors. Featured artists include Mactruque, Michelle Armas, Henry Von Genk III, Jennifer JL Jones and Ron Mynatt. Stellers Gallery offers art consulting services to match the needs of the client to the right style aesthetic. 240 A1A North, Suite 4, Ponte Vedra. 904-273-6065. www.stellersgallery.com

Studio 121 – The working studio for artists Terese Muller, Joyce Gabiou, Mary St. Germain, Charles Payne, Mary Atwood, Mark Zimmerman, and Matthew Patterson. The gallery is open by appointment only. Artists showcase their works during First Wednesday Art Walk. 121 W. Forsyth Street. 904-292-9303. www.facebook.co/studio121jax

Village Arts Framing & Gallery – In business since 1975, Village Arts is the only framing business in Sawgrass that does all the work onsite. The gallery features oil, acrylics, mixed media, watercolor, encaustic wax, Pysanky eggs and painted furniture by local artists. 1520 Sawgrass Village Drive, Ponte Vedra Beach. 904-273-4925. www.villageartspvb.com

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