Charlotte Arts Gallery
Enjoy the free juried art exhibit at the Charlotte Arts Gallery.
Opening Times: Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
Location: Port Charlotte Town Center, 1441 Tamiami Tr, Port Charlotte, FL 33948
The closest mall entrance to the Charlotte Arts Gallery is on the U.S. 41 side of the mall between J.C. Penney and Dillards.
Artists whose work will be on display at the Charlotte Arts Gallery from April 4 to May 12, 2019 are Christine Brunette, Gerry DeWitt, Sharon Eng, Bob Gaunt, Mary Haller, Nancy McCune, Larry Palmer and Betty Teramo and Carolyn Walega.
Charlotte Arts Gallery Reception
Sunday, April 14, 2 to 4 p.m.
Featuring artists Christine Brunette, Gerry DeWitt, Sharon Eng, Bob Gaunt, Mary Haller, Nancy McCune, Larry Palmer and Betty Teramo and Carolyn Walega.
Refreshments and open bar.
Plein air artists Larry Palmer and Lee Jones will be painting in the Center Court of the Mall.
“This new gallery is our way to help strengthen our local economy, drive tourism and enhance our community through the arts. As more people visit here and move here, we will create an inspiring place to live and work,” explained Valerie Guenther, Board President of the Arts and Humanities Council.
Also check out our Art in Public Places venues.
Consider sponsoring a gallery showing. Contact Valerie Guenther (executive.director@
Artists: Exhibition Information & Online Payment
Have you been selected to participate as an artist at the Charlotte Arts Gallery? Payments must be made in full 5 days prior to the opening of the show online (preferred) or by check made payable to Charlotte Arts and delivered so it is received 5 days before the opening of the show. Please refer to the contract or payment page for the amount of the fee.
Artists who are members of Charlotte Arts may exhibit their work at the gallery. For more details, contact Leigha Murray, Program Coordinator for AIPP and Charlotte Arts Gallery (leigha.murray@
Art in Public Places
Free art exhibits by local visual artists at locations throughout the county. Art changes as often as six times a year. Learn about artists whose work is on display now, see a sample of their work, and learn about the locations on the Art in Public Places page.