P.A.St.A. Fine Art Gallery

P.A.St.A. Fine Art Gallery

P.A.St.A (Professional Artists of St. Augustine) Fine Art Gallery features a wealth of local talent and award-winning local artists. The gallery has continually expanded, evolved, and grown over the years.

At nearly 40 years old, it’s the oldest fine art gallery in Saint Augustine established in 1982. P.A.St.A’s mission is to showcase local art and to educate and encourage area artists.

The gallery is open seven days a week (six days during the summer), and there are always artists on hand to give personalized tours. P.A.St.A Fine Art Gallery is filled with a variety of artwork from traditional to contemporary art.

You will find pastel, oil, acrylic, gouache, and watercolor paintings, photography, wood-turnings, stained glass, hand-built pottery, fused glass, sterling silver, copper, and sea glass jewelry.

LOCATION

P.A.St.A. Fine Art Gallery

214 Charlotte Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084

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PARKING INFO

Street Parking.

PUBLIC HOURS

M-F 12:00 - 5:00

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