From fine art to tapestries, Fort Lauderdale’s art galleries showcase works from well-known artists from all over the world. Read our guide to discover the best art galleries in the city.
North Beach Art Gallery
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Aside from carrying lithographs from big names like Picasso, Chagall, Dali and Lichtenstein, North Beach Art Gallery also offers art cervices like picture framing, certified appraisals and art installation. A real one-stop shop, you can also commission artwork.
With 6,200 square feet of space, the sprawling Artblend Gallery features a diverse style of paintings, photography and sculptures from distinguished artists. Visit one of their annual gallery exhibition receptions—they are free to the public. Awarded 63 times, this gallery is well worth exploring.
Boasting the largest exhibition space in South Florida, MAC Fine Art’s gallery showcases works from big names in the coveted art world. It also houses a digital photography studio, a state-of-the-art Giclee painting facility and a custom design frame shop so buyers can choose their desired frames for the artwork purchased.
Located right in the bustling Las Olas Boulevard, the Las Olas Fine Arts is a must-see while on a shopping spree or dining on the strip. Since its opening in 1923, Las Olas Fine Arts has grown into a respectable gallery featuring works by over 40 award-winning international artists. Paintings and sculptures here offer unique perspectives worth discovering.
If you’re searching for a Lauderdale-By-The-Sea experience, check out the unique marine life artwork created by artist Wyland. His gallery features marine life paintings, sculptures and photography—a theme he has been passionate about since he began painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the ’80s. His foundation, dedicated to environmental conservation, has also sparked a new generation of awareness.
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Pocock Fine Art & Antiques
Also nestled in the trendy Las Olas Boulevard, this gallery is a treasure trove for art and antiques. Step inside to wander through a delightful array of American, British and continental antiques and their selection of original paintings. With a focus on American Impressionist paintings from the 20th century, the original works will entice the eye of any art collector.
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New River Fine Art
A few doors down, you will find South Florida’s oldest fine art gallery. The New River Fine Art showcases originals and prints from the post war era, impressionist works, as well as contemporary and emerging artists. The gallery’s curator seeks out works worldwide to add to the collection.
If you’re seeking to decorate a certain space in your home or office, the Bellagio International Gallery is the one to visit. The contemporary gallery features artists from South America, Australia, Russia, Europe, Canada, and the U.S., and some may accept commissions. You can also peruse their collection of original oil and acrylic paintings, and works done in metal, glass, and bronze. Artists are often featured painting or sculpting in the gallery, with meet and greets hosted throughout the year.