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Art Lover’s Tour

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Red Bank is a mecca for art and artists. If the visual arts are your passion, we have plenty for you to see-from the very traditional to the avant garde. All of these establishments are free and open to the public. View the guide and spend a day in Red Bank.

Spend a day in Red Bank - The Art Lovers Tour

Red Bank is a mecca for art and artists. If the visual arts are your passion, we have plenty for you to see-from the very traditional to the avant garde. All of these establishments are free and open to the public. They ore staffed with Our galleries are dotted throughout town so to see everything, be prepared to walk-or text the Scooter Dudes at 732. 784.3011 for a quick ride to your next destination (get more info at www scootdudes com ) This guide is listed in rough geographic order

Detour Gallery: See large works by emerging artists in this award-winning space. The space is open by appointment only but it is easy to book using their on-line system at detourgallery.com. If you don't have an appointment, you can try your luck by ringing the bell. Detour is worth a visit just to see the exterior murals and sculpture. (24 Clay St.)

Art Alliance: Managed by local artists since 1978, this artists' cooperative gallery offers a wide range of styles and media. In December, enjoy their annual small works show, featuring affordable art offered on a cash and carry basis. You can meet the artists at art openings the first Saturday of each month from 6 to 8 pm. (33 Monmouth Street)

Chetkin Gallery: Housed in a charming, historic building near Red Bank's marina, this international fine art gallery features contemporary European painters from France, China, England, Ireland, Italy, Spain among other countries. You can expect to see classical, contemporary, and post Impressionism, displayed on two floors. (9 Wharf Avenue)

Beacon Fine Arts Gallery: Situated on the corner of Maple and Monmouth with an extensive display window, you can get a taste of Beacon's wares before you even enter the gallery. See contemporary paintings and sculpture in stone, wood glass, and other media in a wide range of styles from international and national artists. (61 Monmouth St.)

The Local Line: This relatively new shop offers a carefully curated collection of items by local crafters, artisans, photographers and artists. Most makers live within 30 miles of Red Bank. Many items are customizable. It's an affordable way to give a gift of original art. (16 Wallace St.)

Frame to Please: In addition to providing high quality framing, this establishment frequently showcases art by regional and national artists, often in support of a charitable cause. (The Galleria, 2 Bridge Ave.)

Stillwell House Fine Art and Antiques: Immerse yourself in noteworthy fine art, pre-industrial revolution era Antiques, Meissen Porcelain, and important antique accessories. The owner/operators of this lovely establishment are passionate about their hand-picked collection and eager to share their knowledge. (212 West Front St.)

Frameworks: In a newly expanded space, this full-service conservation framer also offers works on paper, photography, poster graphics, gig posters, and signed limited edition prints by independent artists and small press studios from across America. (135 Monmouth St.)

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