Hours of Operation:
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm
Lucky Street Gallery opened its doors thirty years ago in a small storefront. Since then, Lucky Street has grown and expanded to become Florida's premiere contemporary art gallery, recognized by, among others, the New York Times, Vogue Magazine, Travel & Leisure, Art in America, ArtNews, international travel guides, and Florida Monthly magazine. Florida Monthly readers have voted Lucky Street the best gallery in Florida for two years running.
Lucky Street represents both new and established artists, many of whom live in Key West. Their work has been exhibited not only at Lucky Street, but also in major galleries across the United States and in Europe. Our accomplished and talented artists are celebrated by many awards, including 10 South Florida Cultural Consortium awards, Rodel Foundation fellowships, major grants and scholarships, and best in show honors.
Lucky Street is located at the corner of Greene and Simonton Streets, on the "Waterfront Corridor". This site boasts Key West’s only outdoor gallery sculpture gardens, the site of temporary and permanent sculpture installations. It is an oasis on a busy street.
The Gallery is within easy walking distance of the Westin, Hyatt, Pier House, Ocean Key Resort and other luxury accomodations.
The gallery plans to again raise the bar with an ambitious 2012-2013 season, which will be launched November 30 - December 2, 2012 at ART! KEY WEST!, the island's annual Art Festival. The holiday opening will feature new works by our resident artists, as well as some promising new artist for patrons’ consideration. Click on this link for the complete exhibition schedule.
The Lucky Street staff is waiting to welcome you, and to help choose the perfect work of art to enhance your life and style! They also welcome appointments outside of regular hours for private consultations. Please contact the Gallery at 305-294-3973 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gallery owner Sandra McMannis has loved visual and fine arts from the time she received her first box of 64 color Crayolas, and has a great appreciation for any twisted take that led to her affinity for contemporary artwork. However, the challenges of a global business and law practice, and a family business shaped her career. Global travel allowed in depth art exploration, broadening sensibilities and sharpening her eye. After retiring in 2003, Sandra and her husband relocated from the dismal northeastern Ohio winters to the oceans, sunny skies and orchid gardens of Key West, to the delight of their two adult sons. She became an involved supporter of the art community here, joining the Boards of The studios of Key West and Sculpture Key West.
She began studying painting at The Studios of Key West, and has become proficient with acrylics. When Lucky Street Gallery became available, Sandra recognized an opportunity to combine her lifelong love of art with her considerable business skills. Sandra explains, "The goal is to continue to expand Lucky Street's reputation as 'the' cutting edge contemporary regional gallery in Key West, and continue to offer superb quality works to intrigue our regular patrons, as well as our increasingly international customer base. Nothing is more enjoyable than matching clients with the perfect work that will bring pleasure and be appreciated for years."