Galleries

 

Alexander Nesbitt Photography
89 Thames Street
401-847-4255
nesbittphoto.com
Working studio & gallery of native Newport photographer Alexander “Sandy” Nesbitt. Two-part fine art photo collection featuring iconic Newport images & adventurous world travel shots. Limited edition fine art paper, canvas &metal prints of thought-provoking & beautiful images. Custom projects welcome. Mon-Fri 10-5.
  Alloy Gallery
125 Bellevue Ave.
401-619-2265
alloygallery.com
Voted “best of Rhode Island, studio jewelry, editor’s choice”; Alloy Gallery features the works of the leading art jewelers of today’s contemporary jewelry scene. Alloy is also the working studio of Tamar Kern, who specializes in redesigning old jewelry, using the stones and metal to fashion a piece as unique as the wearer. Curated summer exhibitions. Summer 11-6. Call for winter hours
Andrea S. Keogh Art & Design
59 Bellevue Avenue
401-340-9977
akeoghartanddesign.com
Specializing in paintings, prints and works on paper by Modern & Contemporary masters, this small gallery is for serious art collectors and connoisseurs. With over 30 years of art dealing experience in London, New York and most recently Litchfield, CT our thematic exhibitions are exciting, interesting and critically acclaimed. Summer Wed-Sun 11-5, Sept-Nov & April-May Fri-Sun 11-5 & by appointment.
Arnold Art Gallery
210 Thames St.
401-847-2273
arnoldart.com
Three floors of marine and landscape artwork by regional and international artists. Museum-quality custom framing and fine art supplies. Paintings, prints, unique gifts, cards, handmade papers, and engravable gifts for all occasions. Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30, Sun 12-5.
Art on Spring
140 Spring St.
401-487-0014
artonspring.com
A working studio & gallery, see Mark Fernandez, an oil painter in the Plein Air style with works based on an Impressionist style, & Laura Fernandez, a stained glass designer with whimsical & detailed creations in the Tiffany style, working on their art. Daily 11-5.
  Atelier Newport
200 Bellevue Ave.
401 619 0700
ateliernewport.com
Atelier Newport represents an eclectic mix of contemporary painters, sculptors, and woodworkers. Featuring 30 emerging and mid-career artists, most of which have strong ties to Rhode Island, Atelier Newport has taken down the traditional gallery walls and created an oasis for artists and collector alike. Appt. only Mon-Wed & Sat 10-6, Sun 11-5.
Audrain Automobile Museum
222 Bellevue Ave.
401-856-4420
AudrainAutoMuseum.org
Thematic exhibitions rotating 3 times per year. Exhibit on view “Muscle Car Madness” exhibiting thru June 25th. Open daily 10-4. Cars & Coffee at Preservation Society Mansions all summer. Visit our website for more info. Open Daily 10-4.
Bailey Art Gallery
42 Spring St. #5
401-848-2919
baileyfineart.com
Artists Jane & Mike Bailey, owners of Bailey Art Gallery, work in pen & ink, watercolors, pastels, acrylics & oils. In addition to their paintings & drawings hanging on the walls of their gallery, the Baileys will make portraits of homes, people, pets & boats from your photos. Check Online for Hours.
Ball & Claw
29 America’s Cup Ave.
401-848-5600
theballandclaw.com
The showroom of furniture maker Jeffrey Greene, specializes in Goddard and Townsend designs. Each piece individually crafted by hand, continuing the tradition of Newport’s legendary 18th century craftsmanship. Open Daily.
Coastal Contemporary Gallery
491 Thames Street
401-612-6121
coastalcontemporarygallery.com
Exhibiting a range of traditional to contemporary artwork, with emphasis on contemporary. We represent a variety of interests, media and subject matter, featuring group and solo exhibitions by highly skilled, established regional and national artists. Thu 12-5 Fri 12-6 Sat 12-5 Sun 12-4 Check website for updated hours & events! Also by appointment & chance.
  Cory Silken Photography
518 Thames St.
401-203-7245
corysilken.com
Dynamic yachting photography and vibrant local landscapes by one of the world’s preeminent nautical photographers, Cory Silken. From posters to limited edition originals, the gallery presents work suitable for every collector. Regular hours Memorial Day through Columbus Day otherwise by appointment.
DeBlois Gallery
134 Aquidneck Ave.
401-847-9977
debloisgallery.com
A Cooperative Art Gallery – All Mediums – Experimental Art and Traditional – Gallery Member Art and Guest Artists – Openings the First Saturday Each Month. Wed-Sun 1-5.
Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery
Corner of Leroy and Lawrence
401-341-2254
salvereginablogs.com/gallery/
The Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery is a vibrant exhibition space in a newly restored carriage house on the campus of Salve Regina University.  This gallery hosts a wide array of student, local, regional and international exhibitions throughout the academic year (September through May).  The public is always welcome. Mon Closed, Tue & Thu 11-6, Wed & Fri 11-5, Sat & Sun 12-4
Downtown Designs Gallery
7 Dr. Marcus F. Wheatland Blvd.
401-845-9661
downtowndesignsnewport.com
“Sharing Art, Sharing Space, Sharing Community” – An eclectic gallery and studio featuring handcrafted jewelry and paintings created by adults with disabilities who have a passion for the arts. The gallery also showcases the works of guest artists from the community. Mon-Fri 9-3, Sat 10-5.
International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum
194 Bellevue Ave.
401-849-3990
tennisfame.com

Tennis as a muse? Indeed. Among the extensive collection of tennis artifacts is an unexpected and wonderful art collection ranging from a 1538 Renaissance painting to an Andy Warhol portrait of Chris Evert. Prints by celebrated American painter George Bellows showcase “Tennis in Newport” Open, 10-5 Daily.
16. JWReilly – Boston
152 Bellevue Avenue
401-846-1084
www.jwreillyusa.com
JW Reilly brings together her beautifully handcrafted sterling silver jewelry with the works of some of the finest Artists in New England. Spring/Summer hours 12-5 daily Fall/Winter by appointment.
Jessica Hagen Fine Art + Design
9a Bridge St.
401-835-7682
jessicahagen.com
Painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics and jewelry by the finest living artists working in the northeast today. Prominent artists include Howard Ben Tre and Anne Mimi Sammis. Art consultation, curating & hanging services also offered. Thu-Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4
Newport Art Museum
76 Bellevue Ave.
401-848-8200
newportartmuseum.org

View American art from the late 19th century to the present, programmed exhibitions of contemporary art in the Museum’s John N.A. Griswold House, (a National Historic Landmark), & the Cushing Building. Artist talks, film screenings, lectures, musical performances, art classes, camps & workshops scheduled throughout the year. Tue-Sat 10-5, Thu 10-7, Sun 12-5.
Newport Contemporary Fine Arts
219Goddard Row
401-619-2701
newportcontemporaryart.com
Newport Contemporary Fine Arts exhibits work by new and emerging artists. The gallery draws inspiration from diverse artistic approaches, materials, and media with focus on contemporary works.
Newport Scrimshanders
14 Bowens Wharf
401-849-5680
scrimshanders.com
Scrimshaw, 19th c. whaling art of engraving ivory or bone, by resident artist Brian Kiracofe. Representing several award- winning scrimshaw artists working on sperm whale, ancient mammoth, old walrus and repurposed elephant ivory. Winter 10-5:30, Summer 10-10 Daily.
Onne van der Wal Gallery
1 Bannisters Wharf
401-849-5556
vanderwal.com

Fine Art Nautical Photography Onne van der Wal, a world renowned, award- winning photographer showcases his best nautical, Newport and travel photography. Open Daily Year Round, Winter: Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4, Summer: Sun-Thu 10-8, Fri-Sat 10-10.
Redwood Library & Atheneum
50 Bellevue Ave.
401-847-0292
redwoodlibrary.org
A National Historic Landmark, the Redwood is a hybrid museum, rare book repository, and the country’s oldest continuously operating lending library still in its original structure. Today, the Redwood features two art galleries with rotating exhibitions and offers a full schedule of events, including lectures, children’s programs and musical performances. Tours Mon-Sat 10:30 Open Mon-Sat 9:30- 5:30, Wed late until 8. Sun 1-5.
  Roger King Fine Arts
138 Bellevue Ave.
401-847-4359
rkingfinearts.com
Newport’s oldest fine art gallery. Fine American paintings of the 19th & 20th centuries for collectors of all levels. Extensive marine collection, American Impressionism, Barbizon & Tonalist, Hudson River & Regional paintings, 19th century African-American art a specialty. Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5.
Sea Meets Sand Gallery
35 Franklin Street
401-619-6966
seameetssand.com
A thoughtfully curated gallery specializing in Local Fine Art, Craft & Gift. Representing over 40 American made Artisans with a monthly rotating exhibition. Tue-Sat 10-6.
Sheldon Fine Art
59 America’s Cup Ave.
401-849-0030
sheldonfineart.com
Representing contemporary artists, both domestic and abroad, for 34 years. Our collection spans from traditional maritime and contemporary coastal, to ultra-modern abstract art. Paintings and sculpture to complement any collection. Art Consultation and framing also offered. Sun-Thu 9-6, Sat-Sun 9-8. Open late summer evenings.
  Spring Bull Studio & Gallery
55 Bellevue Ave.
401-849-9166
springbullgallery.com
Founded in 1990, offering original fine art in many styles that reflect the diverse visions of its cooperative members. From realism to abstract, from watercolors to oils, sculpture to pottery are on display. Hours are daily 12 to 5.
  Thames GlassGlassblowing Studio & Gallery
400 & 688 Thames St.
401-846-0576
thamesglass.com

Hand Blown Glass by Matthew Buechner Since 1981. Beautiful hand blown glass vases, ornaments, fish, snowmen, fruits, vegetables, and other original designs made here on the premises. Glassblowing Lessons. Shipping available. Call for hours.
William Vareika Fine Arts Ltd
212-214 Bellevue Ave.
401-849-6149
vareikafinearts.com
“Best of RI” (RI Monthly). Established in 1987. One of the largest galleries in New England. Located on historic Bellevue Avenue. Specializing in the purchase and sale of museum-quality 18th, 19th, & early 20th century American art. Consultation on restoration & framing. Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 1-6, and by appointment.

 

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