Florida Free Little Art Galleries

A terrific sign at the Free Little Art Gallery SRQ in Sarasota, Florida.

Sarasota, FL

In Sarasota, Judy Robertson Hosts the Free Little Art Gallery SRQ. Find the gallery Corner of Upper Tangelo Dr. & Brink Ave., Sarasota , FL and on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/freelittleartgallerysrq

She accepts art by mail, send it here:
Judy Robertson, 2956 Upper Tangelo Dr., Sarasota, FL 34239

She says that the gallery is always open and SRQ is the airport code for Sarasota.

FLAG on Sunshine, in St. Petersburg, FL

St. Petersburg, FL
Send art by mail to: F.L.A.G. on Sunshine P.O. Box 1022 Saint Petersburg, FL. 33731. Find it: St. Petersburg, FL. In the Pink Streets on Sunshine Dr. S, between Serpentine Dr. S. Friendly Way S.

https://www.instagram.com/flagonsunshine.
They’re also @flagonsunshine on TikTok.

The host writes, “Our F.L.A.G. is open 24/7. Submitted pieces of art should be no larger than 3“ x 3“.”

Destin, FL

Little Art Gallery of Destin

https://www.instagram.com/littleartgalleryofdestin

Sebring, FL

Find the Free Little Art Gallery Sebring across from the 13th tee box Country Club of Sebring, FL (follow the golf path 20 yards on right). https://www.instagram.com/freelittleartgallerysebring

Miami, FL

Free Little Art Gallery Miami is at 545 NE 50th Terrace in Miami.

https://www.instagram.com/free_little_art_gallery_mia

Orlando, FL

The Orland FLAG is still being painted, follow them here in the meantime: https://www.instagram.com/orlando.freelittleartgallery

Published by Elaine Luther

Artist and writer blogging at ElaineLutherArt.com. I make art about loving pockets, that I hate housework. I curate a series of micro galleries (1:12 scale) called the Angelica Kauffman Galleries.

One thought on “Florida Free Little Art Galleries

  1. Wow I am so excited to come across this. My husband just built me a free little library but looks like back to drawing board for a free little art display. We live kinda rural and not a lot of art around us. I grew up in Seattle and was surrounded by artist. Now I have a shed/art room where as soon as my children now grandchildren could hold a crayon or paint brush i showed them the love of creating and to repurpose things. They will tell you my favorite smell is the smell of a Crayola crayon. Now they can display and encourage other people. Thank you.

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