Friday, May 10, 2024

 Downtown Durango • Durango, CO


Take a stroll through downtown Durango and visit the many art galleries at this year’s Spring Gallery Walk. View participating galleries.

The galleries will present new artists’ shows and openings, live entertainment, refreshments and more. We can’t wait to see you all there!

The Art Galleries of Durango


Diane West Jewelry and Art

Diane West Jewelry & Art

820 Main Avenue | Durango, Colorado
970-385-4444 |

If you love unique handmade jewelry and innovative contemporary art this is a must see! Diane West Gallery features both local and nationally known artists in an unusual collection that is a treat for anyone who appreciates modern art.

Specializing in custom jewelry and wedding rings our jewelers can create one of a kind pieces that will be cherished forever.  This is also the perfect place to find abstract, encaustic, modern landscape and ceramic art.

Studio And Gallery

Studio & Gallery

1027 Main Avenue | Durango, Colorado

An Artist-owned gallery, Studio & Gallery is a gathering place for art and ideas in the heart of downtown Durango, Colorado. A gallery and working studio space where artists and community have been coming together to express and connect since 2010.

Owned by three local artists who manage the space, we’re focused on providing opportunities for creative talent and encouraging the conversations that grow around them. We’re dedicated to spreading art and ideas in the name of progress.

Next time you find yourself in the vicinity, please stop by, take a look around and join in on the conversation.

Earthen Vessel

Earthen Vessel Gallery

934 Main Ave, Unit A | Durango, Colorado
970-247-1281 |

At Earthen Vessel Gallery, experience the intersection of fine craft and fine art created by local, regional and nationally known artists from small independent studios. Browse our curated collection to find the perfect piece for yourself or someone else: jewelry, pottery, contemporary art, ceramic sculpture, glass and custom dinnerware.

Scenic Aperture

708 Main Avenue | Durango, CO 81301
970-385-3853 |

Scenic Aperture’s Durango gallery features fine-art nature photography of the four-corners area of the American Southwest. The gallery showcases landscape and wildlife photography of Durango’s own internationally collected nature photographer, Frank Comisar.

Sorrel Sky Gallery

Sorrel Sky Gallery

828 Main Avenue | Durango, Colorado
970-247-3555 |

Sorrel Sky Gallery’s visionary approach to Western art allows both new and experienced art enthusiasts the opportunity to select from a distinctive collection of contemporary and traditional fine art and jewelry. Founded in Durango, CO in 2002 represents over 70 renowned painters, sculptors and jewelers, including Kevin Red Star, Star Liana York, and former U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse, among others.

Karyn Gabaldon Arts

Karyn Gabaldon Arts

680 Main Avenue | Durango, Colorado
970-247-9018 |

Karyn Gabaldon has owned her gallery since 1980.  The gallery features Karyn Gabaldon’s contemporary landscapes  which capture the essence and spirit of our beautiful area. The gallery represents over 40 of the finest contemporary jewelers, sculptors, metal and wood artists, along with a beautiful collection of Asian Antique furniture.

Azul Gallery

781 Main Avenue | Durango, Colorado
970-375-7742 |

Azul is a locally owned multimedia art gallery. The gallery features over 40 local, national and international artists. Here you can find handmade and unique jewelry, glass, wall art, furniture, and functional artwork. Visit Azul for a truly one of a kind gallery experience!

Toh-Atin Gallery

145 West 9th Street | Durango, Colorado
970-247-8277 |

Established in 1957, Toh-Atin Gallery is recognized as a quality dealer in Native American and Southwest Art. Having begun as traders in Navajo rugs, this family business has a nationwide reputation as one of the finest gallery operations in the country.

The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley

1309 E 3rd Ave, Durango, CO 81301

The ArtRoom Collective at The Smiley is Durango’s working studio gallery where 22 artists, jewelers, potters, leather crafters and others create and sell their handmade goods.

Durango Arts Center

Durango Arts Center

802 East Second Avenue | Durango, Colorado
970-259-2606 |

Durango Arts Center (DAC) exhibits brings to our community significant, progressive art shows and supports regional artists with a variety of exhibit opportunities throughout the year. DAC hosts over 20 shows annually in the Barbara Conrad Gallery, Art Library and Entrada/Arriba spaces featuring local, national and internationally recognized artists.

Create art and tea

Create Art and Tea

The Art Guild of Create Durango
1015 Main Avenue | Durango, Colorado  | 970-764-4104

Book of Tea, Kakuzo Okakura writes: “Our mind is the canvas on which the artists lay their colour; their pigments are our emotions; their chiaroscuro the light of joy, or the shadow of sadness. The masterpiece is of ourselves, as we are of the masterpiece. The sympathetic communion of minds necessary for art appreciation must be based on mutual concession. The spectator must cultivate the proper attitude for receiving the message, as the artist must know to impart it. The artist, the painting, and its audience are not three things, but one.”

The Mission of Create Art and Tea is to represent and promote the Creative Spirit that lives in us all, and to honor our connection to Inspiration and Creativity.

Create art and tea

Blue Rain Gallery

934 Main Avenue #B | Durango, Colorado
970-232-2033 |

Blue Rain Gallery represents established contemporary artists of diverse backgrounds working in a variety of mediums such as paintings, ceramics, bronze, glass, and jewelry. True to the gallery’s roots, a portion of our aesthetic is devoted to contemporary Native American art with an emphasis on innovation. Infinite detail and superb quality are a common thread that links the work of our artists and continues to inspire and excite collectors. Today, the gallery is eclectic in its approach, yet maintains a special focus on regional, Native American, and Studio Glass art.

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