|Arnold Art Gallery
210 Thames St.
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 12:00-5:00.
|Art on Spring
140 Spring St.
Original paintings and stained glass by local artists Mark and Laura Fernandez. Daily 12-5.
200 Bellevue Ave.
401 619 0700
At Atelier Newport, we represent traditional and contemporary works by established and emerging artisans. We’re a collaborative of professionals who have taken down the traditional gallery wallsliterally and figuratively to create a haven for new and experienced collectors to encounter art in the domestic realm. Daily 10-6
|Audrain Automobile Museum
222 Bellevue Ave.
Thematic exhibitions rotating 3 times per year. On view Speed Machines: Supercars and Superbikes, through June 26th; and Classic and Fantastic: Automobiles 1945 – 1965, July 1 – Oct 16, 2016. Future Retro: Car Drawings from the Great Age of American Automobiles, on loan from the MFA Boston, at the Redwood Library and Athenaeum, July 1 – Oct 30, 2016 Open Daily 10-4
|Bailey Art Gallery
42 Spring St. #5
Artists, Jane and Mike Bailey, owners of the Bailey Art Gallery work in pen & ink, watercolors, pastels as well as acrylics and oils. In addition to their paintings and drawings which are hanging on the walls of their gallery, the Baileys will make portraits of homes, people, pets and boats from your photos. Check Online for Hours
|Ball & Claw
29 America’s Cup Ave.
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.
478 Thames St.
Blink is a contemporary gallery space featuring savvy world travel photography and creative new images of Newport by Alexander Nesbitt. Images are available in a range of styles on aluminum, paper and other innovative substrates. Blink hosts a rotating schedule of cummunity shows and special exhibitions by regional artists year round. Summer & Dec: Wed-Mon 10-6, Nov, Jan-Apr: Fri-Sun 11-5.
|C.L. Sherman’s Gallery
One Bellevue Ave.
Gallery/store inside the Hotel Viking has fine jewelry, fiber, furniture, glass, paintings and more from local and regional artists. Since 1976. Mon, Wed, Thurs 8:30-1, Fri 8:30-5, Sat 10-5, Sun 8:30-2
|David Bruce Fine Art
664 Thames St.
David Bruce Fine Art is a studio resembling a gallery, where a former Navy SEAL – & degree in art – paints strong realistic oils with sophisticated sensibility.
134 Aquidneck Ave.
DeBlois, a cooperative artists’ gallery, has shown the work of its members and regional New England artists for 32 years. Shows change monthly and feature new, contemporary work. Wed-Sun 1-5
|Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery
Corner of Leroy and Lawrence
The Gallery is a vibrant exhibition space on the campus of Salve Regina University. It hosts a wide array of student, local, regional and international exhibitions each year. The public is always welcome. Tues &Thurs 11-6, Wed & Fri 11-5, Sat & Sun 12-4
|Downtown Designs Gallery
7 Dr. Marcus F. Wheatland Blvd.
“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. New Hours M-F 9-3:30, Sat 10-5
|International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum
194 Bellevue Ave.
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.
|Jessica Hagen Fine Art + Design
9a Bridge St.
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. Thurs-Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4.
267 Spring St.
The Mariner Gallery exhibits 19th century to contemporary fine art depicting historical and modern sailing events and seascapes in a traditional style. The gallery has locations in Newport, RI and Greenwich, CT. Fri & Sat 1-8, Wed, Thurs & Sun 1-6
|Newport Art Museum
76 Bellevue Ave.
View outstanding exhibitions of regional contemporary & historic fine art at the John N.A. Griswold House, a national historic landmark, and the Cushing Galleries. The Museum offers art classes and camps, family friendly activities, concerts, lectures, guided tours, and a Museum Shop featuring work by local artists. Open year round. Regular admission $10. Tues – Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4
14 Bowens Wharf
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
Fine 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-Thurs 10-8, Fri-Sat 10-10.
|Redwood Library & Atheneum
50 Bellevue Ave.
A National Historic Landmark, the Redwood is a hybrid museum, rare book repository, and the countryís oldest continuously operating lending library still in its original structure. Today, the Redwood offers a full schedule of events, including lectures, gallery talks, children’s programs and musical performances. Tours Mon-Sat 10:30 am. Open Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30, Wed late until 8. Sun 1-5
|Roger King Fine Arts
21 Bowen’s Wharf
Newport’s oldest fine art gallery. Fine American paintings of the 19th & 20th centuries for collectors at all levels. Two floors of galleries in the historic waterfront district. Extensive marine collection, American Impressionism, Barbizon & Tonalist, Hudson River & regional painting. 19th century African-American art a specialty. Open Daily Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5 most summer evenings.
|Sheldon Fine Art
59 America’s Cup Ave.
Sheldon Fine Art is a premiere fine arts gallery on historic Bowen’s Wharf in downtown Newport. Sail on in and we’ll be happy to you find the perfect piece for your home or yacht. 9-6
|Spring Bull Studio & Gallery
55 Bellevue Ave.
A cooperative artists’ gallery and active studio featuring artists who are nationally and internationally recognized for their work in a variety of media. The gallery has rotating monthly exhibits. Daily 12-5.
|Thames GlassGlassblowing Studio & Gallery
688 Thames St.
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. Shipping available. Call for hours.
|The Open Aperture
13 Touro Street
Newport, RI 02840
(401) 619- 4627
Located on historic Washington square, The Open Aperture is dedicated to the exhibition and sale of contemporary photographic works of art & related limited edition prints. Monthly rotating exhibits highlight the conceptual and technical processes of the emerging and established artists on view. Summer: Tue- Sat 10-6 or by appointment. Winters: Sat & Sun 11-5
|Third & Elm Press
29 Elm St.
Original woodblock prints, books, and notepaper by master print-maker Ilse Buchert Nesbitt. Unique floral and landscape prints, and watch the artist at work, making paper, cutting a block, or printing on one of her 19th Century presses. Tues – Sat 11-5 and by appointment.
416 Thames St.
At the heart of lower Thames Street, this Federal brick mansion features a renowned collection of 18th- and early 19th- century RI furniture, with notable pieces by the Townsend and Goddard workshops, and a stunning formal garden for all to enjoy. May-Oct Thurs – Sat 10:30-4. Open for Gallery Night June – August.
|William Vareika Fine Arts Ltd
212-214 Bellevue Ave.
“Best of RI” (RI Monthy). 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.