Sunday and Monday: Closed
1875 14th Ave Vero Beach FL, 32960
Stroll with us every first Friday of the month in the beautiful historic downtown Vero Beach Art District for an evening of art and culture!
Host an art party for any age, any occasion here at Lighthouse. We provide an image, all the supplies along with the clean-up and everyone goes home with a master piece!
Call Sam at 772-567-2212 to book your party today!
Giving back and supporting our community is part of our mission. Lighthouse Art and Framing is proud to be partnered with the following nonprofit organizations:
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Browse the selection of art supplies at SLSarts.com and order through us. Enjoy our standard discounts, with no shipping fees!
Join us every Wednesday night from 6:15- 8:15 pm for our Open Studio drawing session.
Sketch a live model with your preferred medium, instruction available, $15 fee.
We are the exclusive dealer of Joseph Foster Easels. Finest easels in production, handmade in the U.S.A!
Celebrating after the successful auction of #WhatDoesYourYogaLookLike? canvases. Lighthouse proudly raised almost $400.00 and brought awareness to SafeSpace.
Featuring Ron Van Sweringen
In the Gallery through November.
A personal look at the events that transpired in Ferguson, Missouri by one of America's most unpredictable and compelling artists.
For several weeks in August and September the nation was stunned by eventsthat unfolded in Ferguson, Missouri after the shooting of an African American man by a white police officer. As protests and clashes with police made headlines, most people were shocked to see the extent of the military-styled response which included tear gas shot at protesters from armored vehicles. All the while the underlying issues of racial discrimination, poverty, police-community relations and the impotency of government to change anything came to the forefront of our American conversation and overshadowed events abroad and on the political front.
Artist Ron Van Sweringen had his own personal response and he set those feelings to canvas. The result is a series of paintings titled The Year 2014 which are on display at Lighthouse Gallery in Vero Beach through the month of November. "I don't know where these paintings come from!" declared Van Sweringen. "I became transfixed by everything in the news and the scenes in my head just flowed onto the canvas." He admits that these paintings may stir up some controversy, but instead of shying away from it he welcomes any response they bring about. "I think they will start a conversation. People will talk and that's good." He hopes they will be a lightening rod for serious discussion but more importantly he wants people to be inspired to express their own creative response.
"I became transfixed by everything in the news and the scenes in my head just flowed onto the canvas." - Ron Van Sweringen
In the Gallery through December
We are the premier Art Gallery and Frame Shop in Indian River County. Our mission is to serve the cultural needs of the artists and art lovers of Indian River County and beyond. At Lighthouse Art and Framing, we’re dedicated to promoting all art forms and cultural events. We take pride in delivering the finest service backed up by years of experience and study. We believe in delivering a quality product at a fair price and involving our customers in the process. After all, these are your prized possessions and works! -Barry Shapiro, Owner
With a huge selection of custom frame designs, popular readymade frame styles and a creative approach to handling your precious memories and collectibles, Lighthouse is truly the place where art is everything! We frame everything from baseball cards to baseball bats, from died flowers, to fishing lures, from WWII medals of valor to your own original art!
Melibe Thomas: a beautiful antique Japanese painted fan
Janice Woodbury: WWII Medals
Dr. DeMar: diplomas and certificates for his practice
Bonnie Caffray: a vintage cover of Sailboat Magazine
Kathleen Martin: large Peruvian oil painting
Scott Johnson: several old English watercolors for his showroom
JR Fitch: a series of auto races for his garage
Steve Hoffman: a classic CBS Records poster
Craig Rappel: certificates and diplomas for his office
Phil Summers: multipule giclees
So many people are in need of a reliable and expert way to clean or repair works that have been damaged by age, exposure to the elements, niotine smoke, mold, or simply by having been mishandled or dropped. Here at Lighthouse, we have saved and repaired countless pieces of art.
Recently, we restored a portrait by Marlene Putname of Opera diva Debra Voight. We also cleaned a watercolor from the early 1800's which revealed elements in the painting that could not be seen before.
Currently, we are working closely with Caroline Carson to clean and reapir a trove of paintings by her very skilled grandfather. The ouvre is comprised genre minitures and highly detailed portraits of large ships on panel. The repair work is painstaking but the end result is marvelous.
Barry Shapiro, Acrylic on Canvas
Much of our showroom is used as an outlet to display art of various kinds by local fine artists and craftsmen. We strive to represent artists who have perfected their chosen medium, who offer unique and beautiful works.
Ron Van Sweringen- Oil, Acrylic
Dave Farrow- Acrylic
Carol Bennett- Watercolor, acrylic, Mixed media
Cindy Leon- Photography
Greg Ingerson- Mixed media, 3-dimensional
Lisa Jill Allison- Acrylic
Aric Attas- Photography
Rich Gombar- Oil
Barry Shapiro- Acrylic
Franklin Faust- Watercolor
Jeanenne Honstein- Oil, Watercolor
Mike Malone- Woodtuner
Sharon Sedlar- Stained Glass
Nikki Farrow- Jewelry
Richard Currier- Oil
Ger O'Sullivan- Acrylic
Gwen McNenney- Mixed Media
Barry Shapiro- Acrylic
Patricia Hope Miles- Acrylic
Helen Benda- Oil, Acrylic
A graduate of James Madison University, Sam moved to Vero in February 2014 and began working with us right away, finishing a frame job with Barry on her first day.
A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Megan moved to Vero in 2011 and began working at Lighthouse shortly after. With a BFA in Art History Megan has a deep appreciation for all varities of art, and enjoys utilizing her design sence and working with customers to frame their pieces. Megan coordinates the shows for our gallery space at Lighthouse, and works hard to find new and interesting art for monthly exhibitions. Our educational programs are constructed by Megan, as well as our "Party with "Picasso" program.
Patricia has always been surrounded by art and fashion. Her early career began as a Wilhelmania model where she had the opportunity to tour the world's great cultural centers. Moving from in front of the camera, to behind the scenes, she became one of New York's top celebrity fashion stylists for TV and film. Patricia has worked with Fortune 500 movers and shakers, movie stars, and celebrities from the world of sports. She has been an adjunct professor at New York's Fashion Insititue, and was a celebrity stylist for TV's "Inside Edition". With a stong background in production, she has also worked as a personal style consultant and set designer for several photographers.
Art, music and culture are her passions. Though never a trained painter, she loved to dabble in what she calls "art therapy" and takes a brush to canvas whenever possible. At Lighthouse the thing she loves most is helping customers select a beautiful frame for their home.
What many people don't realize is that they are really selecting a piece of furniture, just as they would a sofa or table, and that the decision is just as important beacuse the piece can the the entire focus of their room.
Barry Shapiro’s entire career has centered on art and media. His first job, while still in high school was working for an art and frame shop in Livingston, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a BFA in painting and drawing and a minor in printmaking. After school he worked as an art restorer, an illustrator and designer before eventually segueing to a career in film and television. As a writer/director he created television commercials, corporate films, public service announcements as well as print advertising. After 9-11 he left New York with his wife Patricia and settled in Vero Beach, returned to painting and bought Lighthouse Art and Framing in 2010.
In addition to framing art he serves on the President’s Committee for New York City Relief for the Homeless, is a member of the Director’s Guild of America, sits on the board of the Business Improvement District of Vero Beach, the marketing committee of S.A.F.E.R.
Southwest PPFA Board Member