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Friday, October 7, 2022


Maria Henle Studio
Oils and etchings by the artist, shows of featured artists in season and photographs from the estate of Fritz Henle.
55 Company St., Christiansted
Deborah Broad Gallery
Oils and pastels by the artist, portraits and works on commission.
Kings Alley Walk, suite 3, Christiansted
The Christiansted Gallery
Owner Marjorie Robbins displays her oil and watercolor paintings and a diverse group of local and Caribbean artists’ works.
1 Company St., Christiansted
Country Day School Gallery
During the school year, the gallery hosts monthly exhibitions that are educational showcases for the work of local and off-island artists.
Cindy Male, director
Fort Frederik Art Gallery
The gallery, located in a historic Danish fort, features changing exhibits of work by local artists.
Mark Austin Beautiful Handpainted Crafts
Local artist has a colorful selection of traditional Caribbean arts and crafts for sale.
Queen Cross Street, Christiansted
Memories of St. Croix
A co-op gallery and gift shop show casing the work of St. Croix crafts people and artists.
Church and Company Streets, Christiansted
A gift shop specializing in both traditional and modern cultural crafts from St. Croix.
15 Church St., Christiansted
Many Hands
A gift shop representing arts and crafts by Virgin Islands artists since 1972.
Pan Am Pavilion, Christiansted
Folk Art Traders
Folk art from around the Caribbean and Latin America, with featured Virgin Islands artists.
18 Queen Cross St., Christiansted
Yemaya’s Color Improvisations
The studio of fabric artist Yemaya Jones features luminous dyed silk creations.
10 Strand St., Frederiksted
Jan R. Mitchell Gallery
Original art on decorative glass plates by a St. Croix artists.
39 Strand St., Christiansted
340.773.8760, 340.778.0010

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