The Shine’s on Art Fusion Galleries

Posted On 09/20/2019 by St. Pete Chamber

Art Fusion Galleries is a Contemporary Fine Art Gallery. The Vision of the gallery is to provide the opportunity for emerging to mid-career artists, from around the globe to exhibit, promote and enter the discerning art market.

Art Fusion Galleries was conceived in 1999 by a Cuban-American Artist and entrepreneur, William Braemer. Current owners of Art Fusion Galleries are William Braemer along with Paula and Roy May.

Quite often, emerging artists encounter difficulties in promoting, marketing and selling their works.  However, through Braemer’s extensive and successful business background, combined with his passion for art as an artist, he founded the gallery on the principle that all emerging artists have an equal opportunity to enhance their artistic career through gallery representation.

“Most of our artists are available for commission pieces; we are competitively priced and offer art consultative services, ” said Drew Chibarro, Gallery Manager. Corporate art leasing programs are offered with financing available. Art Fusion Galleries has an extensive network established with local and international interior design houses, they also honor trade discounts and ship internationally.

Art Fusion Galleries chose St. Petersburg as their 3rd home due to the creative culture and vast array of art that the city has to offer. “St Petersburg is a very strong arts community and we feel like we would be a perfect fit,” said Chibarro.

At Art Fusion Galleries, all artwork is displayed salon style and available for purchase. The St. Petersburg location will soon provide local artists the opportunity to showcase their works on a monthly basis.

SAVE THE DATE

Give Art Fusion Galleries a Sunshine City welcome and come to enjoy their Grand Opening on Saturday, October 5th, from 7-11pm. Cocktails, light bites, and entertainment will be provided, along with introductions to new artists! 106 Central ave. in downtown St. Petersburg. Right next to the James Museum.