SUPPORT LOCAL ART!

 

The BPHG Gallery is brought to you by the Arts of the Inland with collaboration from the City of LaBelle and the LaBelle Downtown Revitalization Corp.

 

The gallery relies on donations, as member dues and artist exhibit fees alone cannot sustain the cost of gallery operation.  Your donation, regardless of amount is greatly appreciated.

 

YOUR DONATIONS ARE NEEDED!

 

Become a Barron Park House Gallery Benefactor today! 

 

Your generous donation will enable us to create opportunities for local artists, expose students to the arts, and enrich the quality of life in LaBelle and the surrounding area. 

 

Click on the button below for more information and a Benefactor Form.

​The Barron Park House Gallery

471 N. Lee Street, LaBelle, FL

Featuring new art/crafts/books each month.  Shop locally for original art and unique gifts created by local artists.

 

Hours:  Thursdays - Sundays

from 12 Noon - 5 p.m.

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THE BARRON PARK HOUSE GALLERY UPCOMING EVENTS:

FEBRUARY 2019!!!

This is going to be a really great month, packed with lots of amazing art! COME SEE ALL OF THE AMAZING ART that has been brought to the gallery for exhibition! The Gallery is open Thursday thru Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.  Everyone is welcome to stop by to enjoy the talent of our many local artists and photographers.  Don't forget about our GIFT SHOP! Your purchase helps keep ART ALIVE in our community.

 

The Gallery is located at 471 North Lee Street, facing the Caloosahatchee River and across the street from Barron Park.  It is the primary art gallery supported by Arts of the Inland, a not-for-profit organization that promotes all the arts throughout the inland communities of South Florida.  It is housed in the historic Christie House built in 1914.  Much of the house is still original and might be considered a piece of art itself.  A handicap ramp was added last year so that everyone is able to enjoy this LaBelle treasure.

For artists and crafters interested in displaying your work in the Gallery or gift shop, contact Marty Cowen at 239-290-6837 

NEXT RECEIVING DAY: FEB 29th, 2019 from 3pm - 6pm

CALL TO ARTISTS

Each artist or photographer may enter up to 4 pieces of original work that must be ready to hang with a wire hanging system. Pieces must be labeled on the back with artist’s name, title of art, medium, and price, if for sale. The cost for entering your work is $20 per piece for members of Arts of the Inland and $25 per piece for non-members. Memberships available on receiving day- SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GALLERY AND BECOME A MEMBER! 

The Barron Park House Gallery & Gift Shop is located at 471 N. Lee St. in LaBelle, and is open from noon to 5 every Thursday thru Sunday.

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MORE EXHIBITING OPPORTUNITIES

ACSWF Co-op Art Gallery

~Located at the Coconut Point Mall, in Estero~

 

As a member of the Arts of the Inland, you are eligible to exhibit your 2-d, 3-d and photographic art at the ACSWF Co-op Art Gallery at Coconut Point Mall, Estero.  For complete information go to www.acswf.org.

Greater Lehigh Chamber of Commerce

The GLCC is inviting AOI members to display their art at the Chamber offices. Please contact Mike Shough at 239-850-2907 for more information.

THANK YOU CHAMBER!

Barron Library

461 N. Main St. Labelle, FL 33935

 

The Barron Library invites AOI visual as well as literary and performing artists to present your artistic talents by exhibiting, performing or conducting workshops.  Contact Karen Hildebrand at 863-675-0833 for more information.

THANK YOU BARRON LIBRARY!

KEISER UNIVERSITY

9100 Forum Corporate Parkway, Fort Myers, FL

Penny Fox and Jan Steuber hang paintings at Keiser University on the third Wed of each month from 1pm to 3pm. If you are a member of Arts Of The Inland, you may bring two or three paintings to hang at no cost. Text Penny at (239) 292 - 7015 or email her at penelopeartist2@aol.com for more information. 

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