Hillary Whitaker Gallery at Ponte Vedra, formerly Stellers Gallery at Ponte Vedra, is a boutique art gallery located in North East Florida featuring fine art by the best regional and local artists. The gallery offers fine art, consultation, installation, and framing. Their vision is to increase the accessibility of fine art by promoting and placing quality artwork while maintaining the integrity of their artists. They focus on guiding and educating clients in their selection and offer professional consultation with stylized creativity. Listening to the desires of the client and keeping in mind the aesthetics of the setting, they offer their expertise in the acquisition and installation of the perfect piece for any space.
“We LOVE what we do! We love scouting new artists, offering ideas and solutions, and providing fine art that “speaks” in the design of the spaces our clients call home as well as positively influence corporate environments for their visitors, clients, patients and employees alike.”
Gallery owner, Hillary Whitaker, has been in the art industry for over 22 years and takes pride in the development and nurturing of strong relationships with clients and artists rooted in integrity. They feel strongly in providing an environment that customers can trust both their business ethics as well as sound, professional guidance in their collection of work. With the utmost integrity, stylized creativity, the strength of collaborative resources, and the desire to be a par
240 A1A North, Suite 13, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
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