The Wonderland Gallery showcases the surreal and the whimsical, similar to its namesake. Located inside the Arts Factory, the gallery is a popular place to visit during First Friday, Las Vegas’ monthly downtown art festival, and also hosts group shows throughout the year to promote local artists. The Wonderland Gallery features collections from artists Kat Tatz and Lynne Adamson Adrian, as well as rotating guest artists. Some of the past show themes were Frida Kahlo, Dia de Los Muertos, and steampunk.
The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 12–4 p.m.
Wonderland Gallery, 107 E Charleston Blvd. #110, Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 219 2141
The Bubblegum Gallery, located next to the famous Skin City Body Painting Studio, is all about fun. It hosts painting and craft classes for all ages and is also available for private events. Classes include making slime, creating mouse ears, and painting. The gallery also hosts group exhibits every month, featuring all local artists. The Nightmare Before Christmas, Star Wars, The Wizard of Oz, and Beetlejuice were just some of the past group shows.
Hours will vary by class schedule, but The Bubblegum Gallery is always open on First Friday.
Graffiti Art Gallery is one of the best-kept secrets in Las Vegas. It’s not inside a physical building; the “gallery” takes up the back alley walls of various businesses in the downtown Las Vegas area. Located near the Arts District, the ever-changing alleys give their visitors something new to see on a regular basis. While the art space isn’t restricted by walls or location, Main Street and Casino Center is a good place to start. From there, you can walk over to Commerce and Main Street. The Graffiti Art Gallery is a favorite spot for calendar shoots, engagement photos, and the average art lover.