Owned by Zoe Von Averkamp
Hours: Thurs. Fri. Sat. 11 – 4, ArtWalks, and by appointment
Owner artist Zoe Von Averkamp, invites you to enjoy an artful experience in a charmingly restored 1925 cottage in the heart of the village. Along with Zoe’s folk art shrines and altars, the gallery features major works by Florida’s top folk artists. [Ruby C. Williams, Missionary Mary Proctor, Mr. Mojo, The Rev. Hugo Porcaro, Melissa Menzer and many more.]
Plus there is an eclectic mix of works by well-known local and Gulf coast artists including garden art, digital art, Art to Wear and mixed media assemblages with found objects.
Our GARDEN OF EARTHLY DELIGHTS is abloom with colorful new yard and garden art for the Summer. See how Art can improve your garden!
Frida Kahlo, by artist Alfredo Garcia, points the way to the hidden "Garden of Earthly Delights".
Through the gates into a wonderland of color and art.
Peace and serenity surround the artist's creations.
A treat for the eyes and senses await you in every direction.
Giant butterflies dance in the summer breeze.
Enhance Your garden with colorful art among the flowers.
Yes, Virginia, Pigs do Fly in our magical gardens! Come see!
Front of gallery featuring works by Missionary Mary Proctor.
Folk art on found tin by Missionary Mary Proctor.
Front garden art walk by Judy Freed.
Part of the art-filled sunny front porch features
an assortment of yard art and funky stuff.
The colorful gallery entrance leads to rooms bursting with vibrant art on every wall.
The focal point inside the gallery is the eye-catching
mosaic fireplace by artist Lisa McClure.
A colorful wall of Florida’s best known folk artist, Ruby C. Williams.
Shrines, altars and crosses are mixed media assemblages by Zoe Von Averkamp.
Works by folk artist Peter Dragon: acrylic on canvas.
The Retro Room features Art to Wear by Florida’s Tye Dye Guy.
A featured item in the Mexican Kitchen at Divine Excess is a mixed media assemblage by Florida folk artist Melissa Menzer surrounded by clay sculptures made by the internationally famous Aguilar Sisters from Oaxaca, Mexico.
Additional assemblages by Melissa Menzer
and clay Frida Kahlo sculptures by the Aguilar Sisters.
Open: Thurs. Fri. & Sat. 11 – 4, ArtWalks and by appointment.