Art Galleries/Museums The Art Galleries will soon be displayed by separate area sublinks on this website. For now, please look at the Downtown Santa Monica, Main Street, & Montana Ave. terrific art locales.
Adamm's Stained Glass & Gallery 1426 Fourth Street (310) 451-9390
Angels Attic Museum 516 Colorado Ave. (310) 394-8331 Non profit Museum, in a restored Queen Anne Victorian 1895 (sponsored by the Angels for Autistic Children for the Julia Singer Center). This museum has a unique collection of antique & contemporary dolls, dollhouses, toys & miniatures.
Art One Gallery 1331 Third St. Promenade (310) 576-1000 Exciting, diverse, exciting 3-D art pieces that will have everyone talking. A great gift!
Beadniks 203 Arizona Ave. (& 2nd Street) (310) 395-0033 Art, Sculptures, Crafts, Gifts, plus exciting classes for all ages!
Caswell Historia Antiques 1322 Second Street, #2 (310) 394-3384
Christopher Grimes Gallery (310) 916 Colorado Ave. (New Contemporary art)
Historia Fine Art & Antiques 1322 2nd St. (310) 394-3384
Michael's Art Supplies 1427 4th St. (310) 393-9634 Art & hobby store
Molly Barnes Gallery 1414 6th St. Contemporary artists nationwide.
Santa Monica Museum of Art 2525 Michigan Ave. Santa Monica (310) 586-6488 www.smmoa.org
Stone Art Picture Framing 419 Wilshire Blvd. (310) 395-6303
Taos Indian Trading Company 403 Santa Monica Blvd. (310) 395-3652
Terrence Rogers Fine Art 1231 Fifth St. (310) 394-4999
Z Gallerie 1426 Third St. Promenade (310) 394-4685
Adelheid & Euphemia Gallery 2802 Main St. (310) 450-7654
Angles Gallery 2230 Main St. (310) 396-5019 (Contemporary Art Gallery)
Applegate Art Gallery 3101 Main St. #A (310) 351-5794
Artists' Web 2806 Main St. (310) 399-2736 Cooperative artists group: Art Gallery & Retail Store
California Heritage Museum 2612 Main St. (310) 392-8537 Exhibits, photography (vintage), and period pieces highlight this 1894 historical house.
Cal Image 2723 Main St. (310) 452-9111 (Asian art, decorative accessories, gifts & furniture)
Edgemar 2415-2449 Main Street. (310) 924-9199 www.edgemar.com Edgemar Center for the Arts location.
Lama Art 2443 Main Street (310) 664-1984 (Tibetan, Himalayan & Nepalese Art/Gifts/ furniture) LAMAART.COM
Seidman Gallery 4502 Main St. (310) 392-0811 Art gallery & custom framing
TEN WOMEN Gallery/Gifts 2651 Main Street (310) 314-9152 (Innovative art/jewelry by local jewelry designers) www.tenwomengallery.com
Thai Teak 2400 Main St. Ste B-1 (310) 581-4255 (Asian art, decorative accessories, gifts & furniture)
M. Hanks Gallery 3008 Main St. (African American Artists showcasing African American art: Jazz showing annually)
The Workshop 2651 Main St. (310) 396-7889 (Artist c0-op gallery)
Beach & Pier
Camera Obscura (Italian for "dark room") Revolving turret on the roof that can be rotated by means of an old ship's wheel inside, capturing an image of the surrounding landscape that is reflected on the table. The focus changes as the table is tilted. One of 3 in U.S. Palisades Park, N. of Broadway Open 10AM-5PM daily. Free.
Sculpture by Joyce Kohl: (At the south end of the SM beach, Beach Park #1) =two slab platforms suggesting ocean waves that also provide outdoor performance space. Ocean Park Blvd. & Barnard Way.
Twilight & Yearning by Manfred Muller Under the Santa Monica Pier is the public art installation of Twilight & Yearning by Manfred Muller= 3 wooden boats lashed to the pilings underneath the boardwalk.
Beneath the Pier is the Santa Monica Art Tool: Walk on L.A.=a huge stamp roller that imprints a Los Angeles map into the sand when it is wet.
Whaling Wall Robert Wyland, created the whaling wall mural: called Santa Monica Marine Life=portrait of a California whale & it's calf swimming in the Pacific. Once located on the SM pier, whereBubba Gumps now resides.
Public Art Installation: Singing Beach Chairs, a pair of playfully oversized lifeguard chairs by Douglas Hollis. With the wind, aluminum tubes that form the chairs backrests become 14 foot tall panpipes.