311 Gallery is in the heart of the Downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District; rated in the top Ten Best Art Districts for cities by USA Today in 2014.

The gallery houses 12 artists’ studios, an exhibition gallery, and a lovely gift shop.

The studios are home to over 35 Resident Artists; their work ranges from Abstract to Traditional, including photography and 3-D, in a wide range of mediums.

The gift shop contains art from the gallery’s artists and other exceptional regional artists.

The exhibition gallery hosts monthly shows rotating between fun juried shows and interesting invited artists.

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311 Gallery is a member of the Downtown Raleigh Alliance and participates in Raleigh’s Art Walk on the First Friday of every month. We have a stellar list of exhibitions and juried shows set for 2018 with an Opening Reception every First Friday from 6-9 pm.

 

 

 

December 1, 2017 – January 27, 2018: Winter Small Works Show; Reception First Friday January 5, 2018 from 6 to 9 pm.

311 Gallery presents small works of over 30 Resident Artists in the Main Exhibition Hallway. Included are oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings, sculptures, pottery, and jewelry. Some are serious and some are hilarious, but all are just plain fun to behold. Perfect for holiday gift-giving.

February 1-24, 2018: 2017 Winners Show; Reception February 2, 2019, from 6 to 9 pm.

Each of the four First Place Winners of the 2017 National Juried Art Shows (Abstracts, Pets & People, Flowers & Gardens, and Landscapes & Seascapes) are invited back in February to show off the breadths and depths of their talents. The entire Main Exhibition Hallway is divided among the 2017 show winners so that we can see their latest works and indulge ourselves.

Upcoming National Juried Art Shows at 311 Gallery:

March 2018 – Abstracts Juried Show; May 2018 – Portraying Pets & People; July 2018 – Flowers & Gardens; September 2018 – Landscapes & Seascapes; and November 2018 – Black & White –Information on how to enter is posted on www.CallForEntry.org.

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