St Martin Art Galleries Celebrate Vibrant Caribbean Culture
Relive your time on the island by bringing home a unique piece from one of the many fascinating St Martin art galleries.
Roland Richardson Art Gallery in Marigot
This Marigot art gallery features native born artist, Sir Roland Richardson whose work is born out of his observations of this unique Caribbean island. Located on Rue de la Republique, Roland Richardson Gallery showcases our world renowned artist, teacher and master of multiple mediums.
Roland Richardson is attracted to and creates from colour, an artistic motivation that is easily satisfied on Saint Martin/Sint Maarten where the air and water are pristine and the colours vibrant. Richardson’s family island roots are deep. His great-grandfather was the Mayor of French St. Martin, and the building which houses the art gallery dates back to his original family settlement.
Minguet Gallery on French St Martin
Minguet Art Gallery located on Rambaud Hill between Marigot and Grand Case, offers works by the late Alexandre Minguet including lithographs, paintings, posters and postcards as well as pieces done by Loic BarBotin and Robert Dago.
Tropisme Gallery in Grand Case showcases numerous local artists such as Paul Elliott Thuleau who is known for his colourful paintings of Caribbean building facades. The gallery boasts unique island pieces at affordable prices.
Dreams International Art Gallery
Located near Great Bay, home of 12 Metre Challenge yacht racing is the Dreams International Art Gallery. This grand gallery on Front Street in Philipsburg is home to a collection of fine art by local and internationally acclaimed artists. Whether it’s a delightful Disney piece, a unique creation by Andy Warhol or a masterpiece by a local artist, you’ll find something that attracts your attention.
St Martin art galleries give you a window to the heart of this French and Dutch Island. And the view is one of vibrant color, vivid texture and uncommon imagination. Take a tour; you’ll not only get a new appreciation of the islands but also an opportunity to take home something truly special to cherish your memories long afterwards.