Photo of our gallery from the 2016 InstaPete photography show.

Our gallery has about 35 x 48 feet of wall space, not including a section of black faux wall available outside this image that has about 9 x 3 feet available. Framed or wired work is preferred, but we can possibly hang work that uses saw tooth hangers as long as it has enough space for our hanging hooks.

We will provide mounted title cards/artist bios/show descriptions at no cost for artist(s) showing in our gallery. Our gallery directors will hang the show 3-4 days before the opening, artists are welcome to come and assist but are not required to be there for the hanging of the show.

The gallery rotates shows every month – 2 months. We are a part of the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance and are a gallery on the second Saturday Art Walk in St. Pete. We usually have our show openings during Art Walk from 5pm to 9pm. It is preferred that artists showing work in the gallery attend the opening, but we understand that life happens and one of our staff will be there to show and talk about the artist’s work regardless. The gallery takes 40% of sales, or 30% if you printed or framed through us, Zebra Color or Davidson Fine Art.

Interested in showing your work? Contact us at with a portfolio and short description about yourself and your work. We also post call to artists on our Facebook page so be sure to like or follow us there for up to date news on shows and more!

Have any other questions? You can call us at 727-827-1888 or email us at



Current Show:


October 13th – November 9th

This month at Davidson Fine Art we are featuring the work of local artist, Rob Fazio. Join us for the opening of his solo show from 5-9pm to see an eclectic mix of photography from our own burg and around the world. Check out the double image “reflections” of the downtown skyline and the Pyramid Pier and find out why that dog is barking in the window. There will be a wide range of offerings from custom note cards of St Pete scenes to large, custom framed pieces.


2017 InstaPete Photography Show

 On display through September 6th

Opening this month at Davidson Fine Art is the second annual InStaPete: A Mobile and Digital Photography Exhibition. This show is Instagram inspired, and features work

submitted by over 20 different artists and photographers of all skill levels from the burg and beyond. This year we chose to conduct the voting online via our Facebook page,  giving artists more opportunity to share and promote their work.Voting is still open and winners will be announced at the close of the show in September. This show will be up till the 6th of September.

Past Shows:

2017  May – July

Herb Snitzer

New York Series and Jazz Series


September 10th 2016- October 5th 2016

Keep St. Pete Weird!

Keep St. Pete Weird is a Multimedia art show celebrating St. Pete and all its glorious and wonderful weirdness. Photo’s of opening were taken by of Kevin Nodland, one of the artists featured in our show.


June 2016- July 2016

InStaPete: A Photographic Exhibition.

Inspired by Instagram, InStaPete featured the works of over 15 artists, photographers and Instagramers alike who’s submitted photos were printed and stretched on canvas in house and were on display through July. During the opening reception, visitors where invited to vote for their favorite piece in the show and 8 winners were selected. Winners received prizes based on the amount of “heart” votes they had collected during the opening.

April 2016- May 2016

Come one, come all, to our Collage Carnivàle!
Featuring artwork by Linda Roberts and Dee Perconti.

Friends for 20 years, Dee and Linda’s art smiles with a cacophony of colors in a mixture of media.

Dee’s message of happiness vibrates through her brush, and the joyful jagged rips of the collaged paper she uses in her mixed media pieces. Influenced by color, fashion, and peace. Dee is also highly influenced by her favorite German Expressionist artist, Franz Marc and his joyful horses.
Linda’s three-dimensional work will be highlighted in this exhibit, which ranges from bold geometric sculpture, to mosaic-ed mannequins. Recalling Mardi gras and Carnivàle, Linda’s materials influence her designs, which range from brightly colored beads, mosaic tile and paper collage.


Follow the link below to see each artists interview by Natalie Velez / Bella Unica:

Dee Perconti

Linda Roberts





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