May Art Listing


“Beyond Monet”

NoCo Center


The Art Center Cooperative 

“In the Style Of,” through May 11  


Beaches Museum


Butterfield Garage Art Gallery

  • Works by Amy Hemphill Dove, Nancy Hamlin–Vogle, Sydney McKenna, Jan Miller, Debra Mixon Holliday, Paula Pascucci, Ron Vellucci and Cindy Wilson


The Corner Gallery at The Jessie

  • Ya La’ford–”Embed: the approach,” through May 8


Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

  • “Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800-1960,” through May 16
  • Jacksonville’s Norman Studios: Movie Posters from the Permanent Collection, through July 7


  • Works on Paper from the Cummer Museum’s Collection, through Sept. 30  


FemArt Gallery


First Coast Cultural Center 


Gallery 725 


Governor’s House Cultural Center and Museum, St. Augustine

  • “Painting St. Augustine: Selections from the Samuel H. and Roberta T. Vickers Collection,” ongoing
  • “Freedom Is Not Free: Ax Handle Saturday,” virtual exhibition


Haskell Gallery at Jacksonville International Airport  


Hillary Whitaker Gallery



Jacksonville University

  • ”Bill Davis: No Dark in Sight,” virtual exhibition
  • “Kristin Skees: Close Knit,” virtual exhibition


The Lightner Museum
• “75 for 75: Lightner Museum Diamond Anniversary Exhibition,” ongoing
• “Illuminate: Lightner Museum’s Stained Glass Rediscovered,” ongoing
• “St. Augustine Through the Lens of William Henry Jackson,” ongoing  


MOCA Jacksonville 

  • “A Walk on the Wild Side,” through June 30
    • Project Atrium: Frank Stella,” through July 21  


PAStA Fine Art Gallery

  • Works by David Fain, Pam Geiger, Linda F. Hawkins, Tracy Lavely, Ginny LeJeune, Rafael Pasarell, Marlene Zullig and others


Ritz Theatre & Museum

  • “Marcus Williams: Dignity and Pride,” through May 3    
  • “Maya Matheison: Beaufifully Damaged,” through May 3
    • “Lift Ev’ry Voice,” permanent collection  


Southlight Gallery

  • Featuring works by Will Dickey, Koo Hon, Paul Karabinis, Pablo Rivera, Enzo Torcoletti, Pam Zambetti and more

    St. Augustine Art Association  


Stellers Gallery

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


Thrasher-Horne Center Gallery

  • Works by Thomas H. Nagata, Yamel Molerio and John Gerstner, ongoing


Touché Gallery


University of North Florida


The Vault at 330

  • Featured artists include Susan Astleford, Margena Burnett, Ellen Diamond, Ed Hall, Dolf James, Harry McCormick and Denise Murphy  


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: May 1

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: May 11 and 25

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:  May 4, 11, 18 and 25

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: May 4

On 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. 


Vilano Beach Artisan Market: May 18

Part beach party, part arts market, this monthly event includes works by local artists and locally-made products, as well as live music. The market takes place on the third Saturday of every month from 4-8 p.m. on A1A and Vilano Road.