Diane West Jewelry & Art
820 Main Avenue
If you love unique handmade jewelry and innovative contemporary art this is a must see! Both local and national artists are represented here, with fresh work arriving weekly.
1027 Main Avenue
Durango’s progressive artistic think tank. It’s a studio. It’s a gallery. It’s an incubator for ideas. “&” is a place where you can visit working artists in their studio…everyday… This unique studio & gallery features local art made by local artists.
Earthen Vessel Gallery
115 W. 9th Street
Handcrafted contemporary jewelry, pottery, metal art, mixed media and wearable art made in small studios by local and nationally known artists. We offer a shopping experience for those looking for something handmade and unique.
708 Main Avenue
Durango, CO 81301
Scenic Aperture’s Durango gallery features fine-art nature photography of the four-corners area of the American Southwest. The gallery showcases landscape, wildlife, and nature photography of internationally collected photographer Frank Comisar.
828 Main Avenue
Sorrel Sky Gallery represents over 70 regional and internationally award-winning artists and jewelers including Ben Nighthorse. Recently celebrating our 15th anniversary, we feature an eclectic collection of contemporary and traditional fine western art.
Karyn Gabaldon Arts
680 Main Avenue
Karyn Gabaldon has owned her gallery for over 30 years. The gallery mainly exhibits Karyn Gabaldon’s contemporary landscapes of the area and more recently acrylics that reflect a sense of spiritual design and color. The gallery represents over 40 contemporary jewelers, sculptors, metal artists and a beautiful collection of antique asian furniture.
842 Main Ave
Wildshots Gallery features the photography of Claude Steelman. Located at 842 Main Ave. in Durango. Claude’s images may also be viewed at www.wildshots.com.
781 Main Ave
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!
145 West 9th Street
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.
Durango Arts Center
802 East Second Avenue
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. Supporting a practice of diversifying the visitor’s experience, each DAC exhibit includes special events such as workshops, demonstrations, lectures and film screenings.