The Art Nest Gallery
The Place for All your Art, Gift and Souvenir Needs
We are a local artist’s gallery in the beautiful town of Spearfish in the Black Hills. Stop in for classes, gifts and fill your senses with awe inspiring art!
The Art Nest Gallery is located in the Old City Hall building next to Leones’ Creamery,
across the hall from the Bliss Salon and 3 doors south of Artifacts on the north end of Main Street.
Please visit our Facebook page for current hours of operation or call 605-631-0673.
Lead Deadwood Arts Center
The Lead Deadwood Arts Center Gallery is a signature gallery of the Artists of the Black Hills. The gallery currently houses water colors, pastels, oils, silk paintings, tapestry, jewelry, pottery, stained glass, wood working, etc.
Artists: Bill Feterl, Sandy Newman, Julie Schroeder, Bob Wilson, Gary Steinley, Nicola Meeks, Nyla Knigge, Tim Peterson, Jan Sohl, Bob Coronato, Bonnie Brooking, Nancy Meyer, Billy DeWolf, Peggy Hall, Jim Whartman, Dennes Barrett, Marie Theilen, Barb Hallberg, Shirley Jane Hobbs, Jeff Yusten, Nancy Brown, Marshall Raeburn, Betty Dahlin, Dorothy Snowden, Brett Lee Shelton, Kristen Begeman, Valerie Begeman, John Anfinson, Sandy Bittner, Michael Gural, Linda Kotke, CS Kunkle, Sheila Graveman.
The LDAC also sells Badlands Soaps, Ann Charles Deadwood Mystery Series books, candles, etc.
Open Tuesday-Friday – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Summer Saturdays – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Perfect Hanging Gallery
Perfect Hanging Gallery is a custom frame shop established in 1973. For over 40 years, Perfect Hanging Gallery has been serving the region with custom framing, art, and gifts. With over 25 years of combined framing experience our staff can help with the simplest of framing to the most complicated.
Prairie Edge Gallery
Prairie Edge is located in historic downtown Rapid City, South Dakota on the corner of 6th & Main Street. The works of regional and nationally acclaimed artists are on display in our second floor gallery, as well as throughout the building. Prairie Edge prides itself on carrying the finest art of the Great Plains.