“Back To Nature” is the show at Phil Fisher Gallery from January 2nd to 31st, featuring paintings by five artists visually interpreting Naples’ natural environment. We are fortunate to be in Southwest Florida for many reasons, this year especially. The weather is ideal this time of year and there are many natural areas to spend time enjoying the outdoors.
Everglades National Park, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Naples Botanical Garden, Rookery Bay, Gordon River Greenway are a few of those organized areas, as well as the many beaches on the Gulf, that are open to the public.
If you are in downtown Naples, The Naples City Dock offers another optional “nature walk” to stroll out on the bay amidst the various boats and yachts tied up as well as some charter boats coming and going throughout the day.
While in Crayton Cove, there is the opportunity to shop and eat, too. This unique commercial spot is one of the earliest shopping/dining areas when Naples was in its early stages of development and
continues to hold onto some of its laid-back qualities of long ago.
Today, it houses some of Naples’ best restaurants and galleries and a few quaint family-owned shops. Random Acts of Art, Guess-Fisher Gallery and Phil Fisher Gallery offer changing shows of some of Naples’ finest paintings and 3-D works created by Florida artists.
Art After Dark is not able to take place yet, but the Galleries are open and welcoming guests to view their newest offerings during afternoon and evening hours for your convenience.
Located where 8th St. S. and 12 th Ave. S. intersect at the flagpole by Naples Bay.