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Duncan McClellan – Duncan McClellan Gallery

2342 Emerson Avenue South

St. Petersburg, FL 33712

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Find out why our gallery is the #1 thing to do on TripAdvisor.


Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Sundays from noon to 4:00 p.m.

There is NO admission fee and NO appointment is necessary.

2342 Emerson Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33712


The Duncan McClellan Gallery, located in St. Petersburg Florida, features rotating exhibitions showcasing national and internationally recognized glass artists. With 3,000 square feet of gallery spaces and 5,000 square feet of outdoor courtyards and lushly planted sculpture gardens, the grounds are a sought after event and meeting place for glass artists, visiting dignitaries and the community.

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A beautiful display of glass art. The colors are just amazing. A very nice variety of collections of glass art. I can't say enough words to describe this place. The gallery includes an outdoor patio, excellent for gatherings. For art lovers, particular who appreciate glass as a media this is a must see if in the area. You will not be disappointed.

Don't miss this gallery in the warehouse art district. You won't believe your eyes when you step inside. The space itself is a work of art, and the work of over 40 artists from around the globe is stunning! Duncan, the owner, was kind enough to show us around and explain what they do. They also do charitable work with schools and the local art community. Once there, you won't want to leave!

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The Gallery in itself is a work of art. Duncan has transformed a 7,800 square foot former fish and tomato packing plant into a beautiful, multi-functional space. Lush fruit bearing trees create an eden within the industrial area that surrounds it. The grounds have become a meeting place for glass artists, visiting dignitaries and the community.