Art after Dark – August 2015
Naples is a unique place and like no other. Many love Naples for numerous reasons. It is a small town in so many ways yet bursting at its seams as the economy picks up. Construction is a constant sight, and seems to be increasing daily. Many look at this as progress and others see it differently.
Those that have known Naples for years, hope that too many of the reminders of “a simpler kinder place to be,” don’t disappear totally, as it expands.
This is a great time to visit Old Naples and discover Crayton Cove. This waterfront community is one of the earliest gateways into Naples as a fledgling town and continues to be an oasis of calming energy in the midst of a bustling downtown area.
Crayton Cove has become a culturally active destination for those looking for the most popular and collected artists in Naples. It is a place that has attracted artists for many years and some of the artists located here have been painting in Naples for over 44 years and counting.
The Galleries of Crayton Cove boast a stable of at least seven resident artists with a variety of visiting artists showing in their galleries throughout the year. They host an on-going show in the lobby of the Cove Inn where it’s possible to view a sampling of what’s available in the nearby galleries if desiring to see more.
As season starts to build, the Galleries of Crayton Cove, kick off the Fall with their signature event, Art After Dark, on the second Saturday of the month, October 10, 2015, from 6 – 9 p.m.
It’s an opportunity to view art, meet the artists and snack on refreshments while listening to up-beat music by some of our areas finest musicians.
The Galleries of Crayton Cove consist of Phil Fisher Gallery & Studio, Arsenault Gallery, Nora Butler Designs, Earth & Fire, Random Acts of Art, Vintage Charm and Guess-Fisher Gallery.
Come and stroll the galleries and discover your newest favorite work of art by one of our wonderful artists!
The Galleries of Crayton Cove is a professional artist community in Old Naples by the Bay, all within a one-block walk.
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