Artrageous Artwalk

Amelia Island, FL 32034

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About Artrageous Artwalk

In addition to beautiful beaches, Amelia Island is also known for upscale galleries and talented artists who call this Island home.  On the second Saturday of each month, participating galleries host art events and open houses during the second Saturday Artrageous Artwalk to showcase their resident artists. Locals and tourists alike can enjoy the various types of art that each gallery has to offer as well as meet the artists.  Photography, pottery, copper, metal, fused, as well as, stained glass, watercolors, acrylics, oils and batik are just a few of the varied media folks can expect to see.

2019 Artwalks are from 5pm - 8pm during the Spring/Summer (April - September), and 4pm - 7pm during the Fall/Winter (October-March):

  • January 12
  • February 9
  • March 9
  • April 13
  • May 11
  • June 8
  • July 13
  • August 10
  • September 14
  • October 12
  • November 9
  • December 14
  • January 11, 2020
2nd Story Gallery & Studios 5 South 2nd Street - 2nd Floor
Art on Centre 503 Centre Street
Blue Door Artists  205 1/2 Centre Street (upstairs)
Carol Winner Artist Gallery 218-B Ash Street
Casey Matthews Fine Art 813 South 8th Street
Clay Times  Art Center 112 South 3rd Street
Fern and Dina's Gallery and Gifts 26 South 5th Street
Island Art Association 18 North 2nd Street  
Shady Ladies Art Studio 432-B South 8th Street
Story & Song Bookstore Bistro 1430 Park Avenue
Slightly Off Centre 218C Ash Street

Gallery images shown at right:
  • "Paragonda IV" by Lisa Schuster of Art on Centre
  • "Autumn Fire" by Linda Green of the Shady Ladies
  • "Clouds Over Amelia River Marsh" by Carol Winner of Carol Winner Art
  • "Willett" by Suzanne Batchelor of Blue Door Artists
  • "Yellow Sail" by Andrea Mateer of Fern and Dina's
  • "Containment Issues" by Casey Matthews of Casey Matthews Fine Art



Hours: Second Saturday of each month

About Amelia Island

Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.