AAN offers online venues to purchase artworks from our shifting schedule of gallery shows, deaccessioned works from our Permanent Collection, original fine art prints and photographs, and a range of collectibles from our gift shop. Please browse from the collections below.

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Virtual Gallery Sales - October 2020

In our new Digital Exhibition format, the link below will lead to our latest exhibition of works for sale. For more information please contact Peter Greenhalgh peter@nantucketarts.org. Our gallery at 19 Washington Street is now open, please call for hours.
VIEW CURRENT SHOW - People's Choice
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Virtual Legacy Art Auction - October 2020

Selected artworks from art colony history and also today's artists now available from the Nicholas and Spitler Collections, 100% in emergency support of AAN's operating budget for 2020. For info about the work, and to purchase, please contact Bobby Frazier bobby@nantucketarts.org.
VIEW CURRENT WORKS FOR SALE
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Print Shop - Closed for Update

Our Print Shop offers archival photographs and original fine art prints for sale year-round, including woodcuts, etchings, and more. Fine art prints come in one size only, while photographs may be available in a variety of sizes. For more information about purchasing works, please contact Peter Greenhalgh.
VIEW PRINT SHOP
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Gift Shop

Gift certificates, AAN hats and totes, note cards, and other AAN collectables are available for sale. To learn more about any of our gift shop items, please contact Caroline@nantucketarts.org.
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The Cecelia Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery

The Cecelia Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery, established in 1997 at 19 Washington Street, is a two-story exhibition space located a block from Main Street in Nantucket Cultural District. The gallery showcases fine art in a year-round schedule of AAN member shows by established artists and emerging local talent, as well as artist demonstrations, student shows, art auctions, and community-oriented events that include exhibitions open to all island artists.

To learn more about the gallery, confirm the hours of operation, or obtain shipping details for purchased works, please contact Peter Greenhalgh.