A “Must See” Art destination featuring more than 50 local artists. Artwork inspired by Madeline Island and Lake Superior. http://www.bellstgallery.com
Bell Street Gallery
Located across from Tom's Burned Down Cafe
and behind The Island Grocery
Bell Street Gallery is a unique combination of 3 gallery's, out-door pottery garden and a Wine Bar (during summer season). Bell Street Gallery is the main gallery featuring artwork from 40+ local Artists.
BSGtoo located within our complex, new Contemporary Art Gallery space used for two week Artist Exibitions and group shows .
Pottery Garden surrounds the Wine Bar and displays pottery and sculptures from 10 different Ceramic Artists. We feature live music 3-4 nights weekly June, July August and September.
The Island Boutique features wearable hand-made locally designed and created clothing, Island Causual Clothing..
Regular Hours: Closed for the winter, will reopen May 3rd
By appointment, please call 715-747-2092 or 715-747-2366
Staff: Mary McHugh, Co-Owner
Steve McHugh, Co-Owner
Bell Street Gallery on Madeline Island opened in May, 2009 in an 1890s home built by Ed Valley. The building has been completely remodeled to create the gallery. Much of the material for the building was purchased from a local saw mill, with local craftsman completing the renovation. Bell Street Gallery is less than 50 yards from the shores of Lake Superior and just a short walk from the Island ferry landing.
Our Gallery focus is local, contemporary and traditional fine art. We proudly show the work of over 40 local artists, with additional work by artists inspired by Madeline Island and Lake Superior. We are known for work that conveys a stong sense of authenticity, with the hand of the artist in clay, metal, jewelry, sculpture, printmaking and painting.
Bell Street Gallery is constantly changing and evolving, so please stop by to see some unique new work to complement your home and art collection.
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