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Celebrate the Visual Arts in Jacksonville…

Southlight Gallery, Voted Jacksonville’s Best Gallery 2015/2016

Jacksonville’s most prominent Collaborative Art Gallery, exhibiting and selling masterful works from our area’s finest professionals:

Kathy Stark  –  Lois Newman  –  Mark Howard  –  Tom Schifanella

Pablo Rivera  –  Paul Karabinis  –  Ronda McDonald – Sharla Valeski

Allison Watson – Chris Flagg – Will Dickey – Craig Monroe

Enzo Torcoletti  –  Grant Ward – Garry McElwee  –  Pam Zambetti

Belton S. Wall – Tony Wood  – Tonsenia Yonn –  Michael Dunlap

Heralded for our advocacy, we are committed to representing Jacksonville and our downtown core with the best source of local fine art for sale in the region.

Join us every first Wednesday of the month at Art Walk

Celebrate the arts with us at SOUTHLIGHT GALLERY

Wednesday, June 5, 2019,  5 – 8 PM

Southlight Gallery Celebrates 10 Years Downtown

We are celebrating our tenth year in the downtown art scene, playing a vital role in the revitalization of downtown through promoting local art and artists. Over the last decade they have developed a partnership with UNF, collaborated with other galleries and art organizations, and hosted many downtown events. Occupying five different locations, we have represented some of the most recognized names in the Jacksonville art scene throughout its history, and continues to promote new and known artists now.

The exhibition “Now & Then: Our 10 Year Journey Thru Downtown” will open on May 1st during Art Walk. The show will feature a chronological display highlighting important events in our history, and a vision for our future as an advocate for Jacksonville art and artists. In addition to current member’s art on the first floor, over fifteen of the gallery’s former members will have new work on display in the second floor gallery.



See our 9/9/11 Financial News and Daily Record article here.

See our 7/7/10 Financial News and Daily Record article here.

See our Arbus March/April 2010 article here.

See our October 22 article in the Times Union here.