Curbside Purchasing Available During Our Closure!

To our loyal customers: To ensure your health and safety, and that of our artists, we are closed now through March 31st.  But rest assured, creativity continues!Remember: “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” – PicassoSo you can still brighten someone’s day with a gift of art or jewelry from Blue Morning…

Blue Morning Gallery to Close Until March 31st

In an effort to help contain the further spread of Covid-19, and aligned with the evolving guidance from federal and local health officials, the decision has been made to temporarily close the Gallery effective at 5:00 pm today through March 31, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and adjust accordingly to do what…

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“Expressions” Exhibition

Four artists have created works using marine life, nautical touches, pearls, and nature (with a touch of whimsy)…assembling it with a splash of color creating their exhibit. This special exhibition runs from March 1 through April 25, 2020. As always, our exhibitions are free and open to the public!

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Adorn is Blue Morning Gallery’s annual Jewelry Show.  It is specially chosen for this time of year to make your Valentine’s Day shopping easier.  There are six exceptional jewelry artists displaying their special creations.  The artists that wish to Adorn you this year are: Christine Chandler, Diana Keenan, Diane Rennie, Jan Kurtz, Joy Oxley, and…

Open Late on 12/31/19 & Open on 1/1/20!

ATTENTION PENSACOLA! Blue Morning Gallery will be OPEN until midnight tomorrow on New Year’s Eve. Be sure to come downtown for all of the festivities and the special Firework Show on Palafox at midnight! While you wait for the Fireworks, don’t forget to stop in Bue Morning Gallery, your gift-giving headquarters for the best in…

Just in time for holiday shopping: Park downtown for free Dec. 15-22 and win $1,000

From Dec. 15-22, there will be no charge to park in a metered parking space on downtown Pensacola streets, the Downtown Improvement Board announced this week. Parking Amnesty Week, first celebrated in 2015, emerged from a desire to highlight the diversity of downtown shops, galleries, restaurants and attractions and to encourage “shopping locally” during the holidays. For…

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