July Art Listings

Beaches Fine Arts Series

•Visual arts by Pablo Rivera


Butterfield Garage Art Gallery

• Featured art by Dee Roberts through July

•Works by Gerald Brummer, Michael Fitzpatrick, Nancy Hamlin-Vogler, Jan Miller, Dee Roberts, Juliana Romnes and Ron Vellucci


The Corner Gallery at The Jessie

•Erin Kendrick: “Shelter in Place,” through Aug. 3


Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

•“Buddha and Shiva, Lotus and Dragon: Masterworks From the Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd Collection at Asia Society,” through Sept. 18

•“Revolve: Spotlight on the Permanent Collection,” through Nov. 13

•“Frieseke in Florida: Memories of Jacksonville in the 1880s,” through
Jan. 1, 2023

•“Jacksonville’s Norman Studios,” through Jan. 30, 2023


Florida Mining Gallery

•“Looking For Gravity,” featuring works by Addison Adams, Eugene Ofori Agyei and Michael Dika, through July 1


Jacksonville University

•“Jesse Wright: A Retrospective/New Work,” through July 12, Alexander Brest Museum and Gallery

•”Bill Davis: No Dark in Sight,” virtual exhibition

•“Kristin Skees: Close Knit,” virtual exhibition


Lightner Museum

•“Martha Ferguson: Beyond the Crowds,” through July 22

•“Picturing a Nation: American Art from the Lightner Museum,” through Sept. 30

•“Bouke de Vries War and Pieces,” through Dec. 31


MOCA Jacksonville

•“Maud Cotter: What Was Never Ours to Keep,” a Project Atrium exhibition, July 9-Nov. 1

•“Creeks Rising: A City Reflected in Hogans & McCoys Creeks,” through July 10

•“Jessica Hische: Covered,” through
Aug. 21

•“Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick,” through Sept. 25

• “Express Your UNF Pride,” through Nov. 13

•“FIFTY: An Alumni Exhibition,” through Feb. 12, 2023


Stellers Gallery

•Works by Eileen Corse, Jim Draper, Fallon Pepper, C. Ford Riley, Alice Williams, MacTruque and Jeff Foxwothy (yes, that Jeff Foxworthy)


Thrasher-Horne Center | Jack Mitchell and Lee Adams Galleries

• Orange Park Art Guild Exhibition


University of North Florida

•“Celebrating the ‘70s: Select Artwork from the UNF Collection,” July 28-Sept. 8, UNF Gallery of Art

•“Forms of Knowing: Cultural Documents Considering Alzheimer’s Research,” through Nov. 11, Lufrano Intercultural Gallery


Yellow House

• “Sit in Stand Up,” virtual exhibition

•“Still Not About a Hotdog and a Coke,” virtual exhibition

•“Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood,” virtual exhibition



Art Walk: July 6

Downtown Jacksonville lights up the first Wednesday of the month with art by local artists at hubs in James Weldon Johnson Park, The Jessie and Vagabond Flea at VyStar Tower from 5–9 p.m. Visitors can also enjoy live music, food trucks, street performers, free admission to MOCA and complimentary rides on JTA’s Skyway.


Fernandina Beach Arts Market: July 9, 23

Amelia Island’s premier arts and crafts market comes alive the second and fourth Saturday of every month from 9 a.m.–1 p.m.


Riverside Arts Market: July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Artists, artisans and makers display their original paintings, jewelry, photographs, prints and other handcrafted items every Saturday—rain or shine—from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. on Riverside Avenue underneath the canopy of the Fuller Warren Bridge.


St. Augustine First Friday Artwalk: July 5

The first Friday of every month (hence the clever name) more than 30 galleries around the Oldest City open their doors from 5–9 p.m. for visitors to browse exhibits and interact with artists. A complimentary trolley service provides transportation between downtown venues.