The Best Art Galleries in Las Vegas, Nevada

The Bellagio houses its very own Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
The Bellagio houses its very own Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art | © John Kellerman / Alamy Stock Photo
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3 August 2021

The dazzling design of the Strip alone is a work of art, so you can only imagine the masterpieces waiting inside the best art galleries in Las Vegas. Sin City’s galleries paint a portrait of art’s diverse mediums found around the city. Take a walk along the walls and your gaze will be gripped by every canvas, sculpture and installation. Admire frame after frame and take one home for your own collection with a visit to the best art galleries in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Thomas Kinkade

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As if the Palazzo at the Venetian wasn’t adorned with enough elegant art already, the Thomas Kinkade Gallery tempts you to take home a masterpiece of your own. The artists of the Thomas Kinkade Studio create contemporary works in the signature, light-filled Kinkadian style. Limited edition landscape canvas art hangs beside stunning fine art featuring Marvel, DC and Disney characters. Imagine your foyer showcasing a Capitola Sunset Plein Air beside the Battle of Hoth – your friends might just pay admission to see such a collection.

Martin Lawrence Galleries

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Whether you’re a fine art aficionado or a casual critic, the jaw-dropping collection at Martin Lawrence Galleries deserves your attention – think Warhol, Dalí and Picasso. The gurus of 20th-century fine art are all on display. You’ll peer at original works for hours, appreciating every brush stroke of Dalí’s largest oil painting and the captivating Marilyn Monroe diptych by Andy Warhol. Must you have that rare Joan Miró for your personal collection? You’re welcome to acquire any and every piece in this Caesars Palace gallery.

The Arts Factory

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Trace your way downtown to the Arts District and discover the Arts Factory. This warehouse is the creative center of the area, housing dozens of artists and galleries in a labyrinth-like venue. First Fridays allow you to tour this performance and studio space, interact with the artists and purchase unique pieces from the equally distinctive Gallery 2 Go art vending machine. The restaurant 18bin is also in this space, serving up creative cocktails, appetizers and a canvas for conversation.

Art Square

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Arts Square Gallery in the Downtown Las Vegas Arts District.
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Art Square is a creative endeavor in itself. The ongoing renovation and repurposing of three vintage buildings in the Las Vegas Arts District are transforming 30,000sqft of space into vibrant homes for work, relaxation and artistic expression. Inside and out, you’ll find galleries and art gardens exhibited beside shops, eateries and performance spaces. Come down for a drink on Preview Fridays to catch a gander at what pieces may be marked for sale on the First Friday event nights.

Signature Galleries

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Are you new to the world of art or simply looking for a new piece that’ll expand your global collection? The art consultants at Signature Galleries will patiently walk you through their vast selection of artwork from over sixty artists. The eclectic collection includes vintage Hawaiian signs from Steven Neill, metal wildlife sculptures by Clarita Brinkerhoff and vivid landscape paintings captured by Stephanie Boinay. No matter your size or budget requirements, Signature Galleries has a piece deserving of a space on your wall.

SKYE Art Gallery

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If you’re searching for the emerging artists of tomorrow, SKYE Art Gallery has an extraordinary selection of popular and up-and-coming artists from all parts of the globe. The inspirational drawings of Des Taylor, which debuted at SKYE, and the mildly surreal dreamscapes by Elisabeth Sullivan are just the tip of the iceberg. Add in exceptional pieces like the surrealistic symbolism found in Joseph Kaliher’s work and the comic book illustrations drawn by music legend Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and you’ll have dozens of instant conversation starters in your living room.

Animazing Gallery

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A conceptual animation art collection nearly a half-century in the making, Animazing Gallery features works by the artists who colored your childhood with glee. Masters of illustration like Charles M. Schulz, Tim Burton and Theodor Seuss Geisel fill the exhibition space. You’ll instantly spot Alex Ross’ dynamic comic book characters, Maurice Sendak’s wild things, and Chuck Jones’ Looney Tunes throughout the gallery. We don’t know which will delightfully surprise you more: the Banksy souvenir artwork or the Sylvester Stallone originals.

Elena Bulatova Fine Art – Las Vegas

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A talented painter praised for her contemporary fine art, Elena Bulatova’s fine art gallery showcases her mixed-media originals alongside other abstracts from artists. Feel the three-dimensional screw art of Efi Mashiah and the metal mesh art of Ofer Rubin leap off of the canvas. Appreciate every grain of detail in John Stebila’s wood carvings or give your home a splash of pop culture color via the Buma Project. Elena’s Wall Street Journal series is a particularly unique collection which will blend marvelously with any of your home’s decor.

Wyland Galleries of Las Vegas

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Say aloha to an oasis of art in the desert at Wyland Galleries. Located within the Miracle Mile Shops, Wyland Galleries brings waves of Hawaiian style art to the Strip. Every unique, undersea inspiration was created by the “Marine Michaelangelo” himself – all of the fountains, furnitures, and other decor were also handpicked by Wyland. From metal and giclee prints to Wyland’s own African lion, bengal tiger and other endangered sculptures, the perfect piece for your private collection or public office is already in Wyland’s wheelhouse.

Left of Center Gallery

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Left of Center Gallery makes art accessible to the greater Southern Nevada community. A focus on ethnically diverse artists and mediums brings a depth of style to the collection, while the kindness and approachability of artists and admirers alike will make you feel comfortable striking up conversation about each piece. You can continue to spot LOC artists’ works throughout public spaces of Las Vegas, like their vibrant ZAP electrical boxes or the colorful mural at McCarran Airport.

After admiring all that art, why not mix it up a little with the most unusual things to do in Las Vegas and exploring the Strip? Fill your belly with some budget-friendly grub before you and your gang head back to your family-friendly hotel or hotel with a waterpark.

Lauryn Wilder and Krista Marie Diamond contributed additional reporting to this article.

These recommendations were updated on August 3, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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