Beginning on June 3, 2020, the Island Art Association gallery will reopen  with
an abundance of caution and following guidelines from Public Health officials. 
We hope you will do the same and we are very excited to be opening our doors again. 
Please note that our hours temporarily will be Wednesdays through Sundays from 11 AM until 5 PM.


The Island Art Association is a non-profit volunteer organization whose mission is exclusively philanthropic and educational. Its purpose is to develop and sustain an interest, appreciation, and enjoyment in and of the arts of Nassau County, Florida.  Our gallery houses the works of more than 50 local artists and our Education Center is utilized for classes, workshops and scheduled events. To find out more about who we are, click here.



The desire to connect during the separation s created by Covid 19 is reflected in the collective ART BRIDGE (OVER TROUBLED WATERS) PROJECT on display in the front window of the IAA.

Currently, over 100 individuals of all ages have submitted their individual pieces of art and the number is still growing.

This is truly an example of friends and strangers coming together while apart, a connection of humanity through art.



Congratulations to the  2019

Artist of the Year Susan Henderson

The Work of Susan DeWolf

is  currently featured in the gallery




Many Thanks to Marla McDaniel

2019 Associate of the Year

Our Artists

John AbbottDepy AdamsSharon Badenoch
Ginger BenderPam Bennett
Suzanne Binnie
Camille BreenRobert BuckleyMike Clemens
Susan ColcordGwen CowartAna Diaz
Dante DeFlorioBarbara FullerSharon Haffey
Diane HamburgSusan HendersonDeni Karpowich
Carol KishLis KrawieckiAndrea Lee
Vickie MaleyJohn MateerBarbara Martin-Davis
Rebecca McDannldJim McKinneyLouise Mozena
Georganna MullisDenise MurphyLogan Pierson
Paula Porterfield-IzzoMary QuinlanJane Salvaggio
Susan SchraftDebby SteeleVirginia Stewart
Marlene StrobachCarol TaberKaren Trowbridge
Libby WeigelPipar WestBecky White
Nancy WilliamsJoe WinstonDiane Withrow
Barb WylieWalter Cartategui