Perdido Key's Only Art Gallery and Studio


Artworks Studio & Gallery has been Perdido Key's only art gallery since its opening in 2008. The artists-in-residence represent the finest local artisans on Perdido Key and the surrounding area. Their original works of art have garnered international acclaim and grace the walls of many businesses and residences on Perdido Key and even as far away as Hong Kong. Stop by to see the latest local originals as soon as you get a chance.

Gallery pieces include original oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography, woodwork, glass work and more.

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Labor Day End of Season Sale




Labor Day End of Season Sale
Meet & Greet the Artists

Friday
August 30, 2019
6:00-8:30 PM

Live Music | Refreshments

Special End of Season Art Sale!

Come and meet local artist from Artworks Studio and Gallery on Friday evening, August 30th. Enjoy refreshments and live music preformed by the artist at Artworks.

Artworks is also having a Labor Day End of Season Sale. Artist will be offering special pricing or discounts on their work.

This will be a fun evening, so please join us and help celebrate are local artist and the end of a great summer. Everyone is invite. Tell your friends!

Artist of the Month August 2019 Noah Moseley



Join us August 3rd, 17th and 31st to meet Artworks' Artist of the Month: Noah Moseley. 

Meet the Artist
Saturday's August 3rd, 17th, 31st
1:30pm - 5:00pm
Light Refreshments


Noah Moseley is a self-trained artist who has lived on Perdido Key since 2003. He began his artistic career around 2008 thanks to the recession and Microsoft layoffs - he had plenty of time on his hands and art was an easy hobby. Perdido Key lent itself to Noah for landscape impressions and Noah's acrylic on canvas island pieces soon led him to Talis Jayme's Artworks Studio & Gallery where he has been a resident artist since 2009.

While impressionist island paintings continue to be a staple of his work, he does not limit himself to just islands. He has added impressionist paintings of sea life found on and around Perdido Key to his collection as well as patriotic paintings like the American flag on display at Jim's Firearms in Pensacola. You will find Noah's palm trees, beach scenes, brightly-colored crabs, parrots and more decorating residences and businesses from Orange Beach to Perdido Key, Pensacola and even as far away as Hong Kong.





Twelth Anniversary Party in Perdido Key Live


Perdido Key Live's Kelly Baughman wrote a very flattering article on the gallery's 12th anniversary party. Read the whole article on their website at https://perdidokeylive.com/5775-2/

Thank you, Kelly. Thank you, Perdido Key Live.



12th Anniversary Party Pictures

It was great seeing everyone on July 6, 2019 for the gallery's 12th anniversary. It was such a great group of people mixing artists and musicians with family, friends and fans. Here are a few of the pictures from the party. We look forward to seeing all of you often. Have a great summer!















Artist of the Month July 2019 Cynthia Hobgood

Artist of the Month
Cynthia Hobgood

WHO: ARTWORKS’ ARTIST OF THE MONTH FOR JULY CYNTHIA HOBGOOD

WHAT: JEWELRY MAKING DEMO by Cynthia Hobgood

WHEN: Demonstration Saturdays, July 13th & 20th, 1:00-4:00 p.m. Light refreshments


We all learned bead stringing in kindergarten using macaroni and yarn. At about the same time I discovered rocks. Just sitting in the dirt searching for the “pretty ones” no driveway or gravel pile was safe from pilfer-age.

Still searching for the prettiest rocks, today I travel the world via trade shows and the internet searching for quality gemstones, semi-precious gemstones, pearls, crystal, artisan glass and metals. At the very heart of beautiful jewelry are these beautiful gifts from nature.

Once selected, characteristics of the heart or focal piece guide the design. Unique designs come from new pairings and combinations in colors, proportion, texture, balance, and scale. The design’s practical considera-tions are wearability, construction and camouflage.

But my first necklace some 40 years ago wasn’t a circle at all. I had not yet learned to close the circle with a clasp. I started stringing and hand knotting pearls with no real objective except keeping my hands busy. Sixteen feet later I had a new hobby and an open- ended lariat. I still love it!

Moving from hobby to business is the result of being “discovered” by Artworks owner Talis Jayme. The quirky little gallery and its very talented artists always have something there to make you smile. Because of Talis my pretty rocks, pearls and I are happily at home.

Cynthia Hobgood Jewelry
Jewelry making demonstration
Saturdays, July 13th & 20th
1:00-4:00 p.m.
Light refreshments