Domain Home Accessories & Gallery is located at 3129 Beach Blvd. South in the Historic Waterfront Art District of Gulfport, Florida - (727) 302-9299

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Have you seen the latest selection of art dolls by talented Gulfport artist Joan Allen? The work on these pieces of art is astonishing. We have been proud to carry Joan Allen's art dolls for many years, and we are always happy to meet and unveil the new "little women" that Joan brings in.

Have you seen the latest selection of art dolls by talented Gulfport artist Joan Allen? The work on these pieces of art is astonishing! We have been proud to carry Joan Allen’s art dolls for many years, and we are always happy to meet and unveil the new “little women” that Joan brings in.  Each of them has her own name and backstory penned by Joan herself.  (“Yolanda” is pictured here.)  Come in soon to meet the newest members of Joan’s cast of characters!

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We love the Urban Gypsies!  One of the best Gulfport-based bands ever!  They are featured in Gulfport's latest ad featuring upcoming events, including the approach of GECKO SEASON!

We love the Urban Gypsies! One of the best Gulfport-based bands ever! They are featured in Gulfport’s latest ad featuring upcoming events, including the approach of GECKO SEASON!

Meet Jewelry/Home Accents Artist Joan Patterson in her First Personal Appearance at Domain

 

"window lizards"

“window lizards”

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will welcome Jupiter, Florida artist Joan Patterson during its next “Meet the Artists” event on Saturday, July 18th, 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. (3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport).

Patterson’s jewelry and home accents have been offered at Domain for many years but this will be the first personal appearance by the artist.

Complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvre will be offered during the event as well as live jazz.

Joan's turtle fan pulls have proven to be one of the most popular items of hers offered at Domain.

Joan’s turtle fan pulls have proven to be one of the most popular items of hers offered at Domain.

Scotland native Joan Patterson nourished her creative growth as a child with countless visits to the museums of Glasgow.  In the early 1990s, following a vacation to Miami, she relocated to Jupiter, Florida where she still resides.  After self-taught study and work in stained glass, she progressed into three-dimensional forms that have evolved into the jewelry and home accents that are now her signature pieces.

A mermaid choker

A mermaid choker

Her work primarily incorporates copper and glass, with inspirations from nature, Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles.  Additionally, some of her pieces incorporate limpet shells which her sister collects from Scottish beaches and sends to her.  Patterson’s jewelry includes bracelets, earrings, chokers and pendants.  Her home accents include night lights, fan and lamp switch pulls, window decorations and tabletop clocks.  She shows her work in numerous art shows throughout Florida.

An intricate fish fan pull

An intricate fish fan pull

To view more examples of Joan’s work, click here.

Artist Joan Patterson

Artist Joan Patterson

Established in March 2001, Domain Home Accessories offers a variety of unique art, décor, lighting, jewelry, greeting cards, home goods and more, earning a reputation as one of Gulfport’s most respected retailers.  “& Gallery” opened in 2012 in the adjacent space and showcases the work of over 40 local and regional artists.

Charles' commercial graphic art work includes this imaginitive scene in the Gulfport Art Walk logo.

“Meet the Artists” events at “& Gallery” occur during Gulfport’s popular Third Saturday Art Walk.  Artists and artisans line the sidewalks of scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk evenings.  Independent shops and boutiques, live music venues, street performers, and Gulfport’s many popular restaurants are all part of the lively Art Walk scene.  Parking in the waterfront village is free and convenient.  Free trolleys are available for visitors parking in remote sites for transportation to and from the hub of Art Walk.

For more information on this event, contact Diane Bragg, (727) 302-9299.

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Unique New Lighting Now Available

We are pleased to offer a large assortment of new lamps in unusual shapes and sizes.  Come in and find the coolest lamps you never knew you needed... only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

We are pleased to offer a large assortment of new lamps in unusual shapes and sizes. Come in and find the coolest lamps you never knew you needed… only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

Welcome St. Pete Pride Visitors… and Locals!

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Florida Woodcarver Appearing This Saturday

 

Sea turtles by Daniel "Abrahan" Flores

Sea turtles by Daniel “Abraham” Flores

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to feature Florida woodcarving artist Daniel “Abraham” Flores.  This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, June 20th, 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport.

Complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvre will be offered as well as live music by jazz saxophonist Henry Ashwood.

Daniel “Abraham” Flores is a Florida native who currently resides in Panama City Beach. His fascination and love for the outdoors, where he encounters sun, sand, fish, birds and other creatures inspire much of the subject matter for his art. The lore of the sea also inspires his works depicting whimsical mermaids.

Marine birds and wildlife are favored subjects of Daniel "Abraham" Florees

Marine birds and wildlife are favored subjects of Daniel “Abraham” Flores.

Most of his pieces are carved and sculpted on recycled wood salvaged from construction sites, lumber yards and mills. He also applies his signature carvings to vintage furniture. After being carved, the pieces are painted, and then thickly layered with protective lacquered finishes. His art works are often mistaken for polished ceramics due to their texture and sheen. Most wall-hung pieces are suitable for display in protected outdoor areas.

Flores offers his art work at numerous outdoor festivals and markets. Since his introduction to Domain visitors three years ago, he has developed a significant number of local collectors and has proven to be one of the most popular artists represented there.

To see a few more examples of Daniel’s work, click here.

This vintage bureau has been updated in the signature style of Daniel "Abrahan" Flores.

This vintage bureau has been updated in the signature style of Daniel “Abraham” Flores.

Established in March 2001, Domain Home Accessories offers a variety of unique art, décor, lighting, jewelry, cards, home goods and more, earning a reputation as one of Gulfport’s most respected retailers. “& Gallery” opened in 2012 in the adjacent space and showcases the work of over 40 local and regional artists.

“Meet the Artists” events at “& Gallery” occur during Gulfport’s popular Third Saturday Art Walk. Artists and artisans line the sidewalks of scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk evenings. Independent shops and boutiques, live music venues, street performers, and Gulfport’s many popular restaurants are all part of the lively Art Walk scene. Parking in the waterfront village is free and convenient. Free trolleys are available for visitors parking in remote sites for transportation to and from the hub of Art Walk.

For more information, contact Daniel Hodge, (727) 366-4086 or email dan@igc.org.

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Make This Big Fish Story Your Own!

Reel in this REALLY BIG FISH! Carved from reclaimed teak, this massive (and heavy!) fish sculpture is an amazing statement piece for your home... only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

Reel in this REALLY BIG FISH! Carved from reclaimed teak, this massive (and heavy!) fish sculpture is an amazing statement piece for your home… only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

Meet Ceramic Artist Laurie Landry This Saturday!

Artist Laurie Landry is pictured here with one of her shell totems.

Artist Laurie Landry is pictured here with one of her shell totems.

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to feature ceramic artist Laurie Landry and her work.  This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, May 16th, 6 until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport.

Complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvre will be offered as well as live music by jazz saxophonist Henry Ashwood.

Artist Laurie Landry was born near Minneapolis, where she spent most of her first 46 years of life.  After living briefly in the mountains of Northwest Georgia, she relocated to St. Petersburg in 2013.  Her lifetime fascination with art was noticeable when as a child she eschewed dolls and favored crayons, Etch-a-Sketch, Lite Brite and Spirograph.

A parrot and magnolia bud are featured in this Laurie Landry totem.

A parrot and magnolia bud are featured in this Laurie Landry totem.

She was in her thirties when she focused her creativity on clay, working and learning under the guidance of well-known artists.  She has gone on to teach ceramics to school children and has exhibited her work and earned awards in numerous art galleries, shows and festivals, including local events such as Art Festival Beth-El and Florida CraftArt Festival.

Birds are a principle inspiration for Landry, as well as plants, shells, fish and other objects and creatures she has encountered in her gardens and treks through nature.  The totem is a favored form consisting of stacked smaller pieces, each thrown, altered and painstakingly hand-carved.  Each smaller piece on the stack conveys its own character and statement, while the combined totem creates another statement of its own, perhaps a remembrance of one image after another as seen on a journey.

Landry’s work also includes functional stoneware and porcelain pieces, including cups, bowls, vases and jars rendered with a hand-carved “sgraffito” technique.

Laurie Landry's collection includes sgraffito cups, bowls, plates and jars, as well as stoneware pieces, each with intricate hand-carved designs.

Laurie Landry’s collection includes sgraffito cups, bowls, plates and jars, as well as stoneware pieces, each with intricate hand-carved designs.

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery has only recently begun to show Landry’s work and is pleased to offer this opportunity for its customers to meet her and discover her work.  She will offer additional pieces for one night only during the event.

Established in March 2001, Domain Home Accessories offers a variety of unique art, décor, lighting, jewelry, cards, home goods and more, earning a reputation as one of Gulfport’s most respected retailers.  “& Gallery” opened in 2012 in the adjacent space and showcases the work of over 40 local and regional artists.

“Meet the Artists” events at “& Gallery” occur during Gulfport’s popular Third Saturday Art Walk.  Artists and artisans line the sidewalks of scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk evenings.  Independent shops and boutiques, live music venues, street performers, and Gulfport’s many popular restaurants are all part of the lively Art Walk scene.  Parking in the waterfront village is free and convenient.  Free trolleys are available for visitors parking in remote sites for transportation to and from the hub of Art Walk.  For more information, contact Daniel Hodge, (727) 366-4086 or email dan@igc.org.

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All “Hairy Potter” On Sale!

HAIRY POTTER SALE! All pieces by John Moore (aka “The Hairy Potter”) are on sale at 25% OFF! John uses an unusual technique to achieve the distinctive “lines” that envelope his pieces. Horse hairs are laid atop the pieces just out of the kiln. The heat consumes the horse hairs, leaving behind unpredictable and unique carbon patterns on each piece. Choose from urns, table vases, pocket vases, plates, bowls and his whimsical line of “deviled eggs!… only at Domain Home Accessories & Gallery.

 

John Moore's signature work includes the use of horse hairs laid on the pieces as they are removed from the kiln. The application of Spanish moss creates reddish or pinkish hues in the areas in which it is used.

John Moore’s signature work includes the use of horse hairs laid on the pieces as they are removed from the kiln. The application of Spanish moss creates reddish or pinkish hues in the areas in which it is used.

Coming Up in Gulfport, the “Little Town with a Big Heart!”

Local Voices and Upcoming Events as of April 30th

Local Voices and Upcoming Events as of April 30th

Add a dash of retro kitsch to your cocktail party!

Dare to add a dash of humor to your hors d'oeuvres service.  Offer up dips, chips, veggies and laughter with this pink flamingo server.

Dare to add a dash of humor to your hors d’oeuvres service. Offer up dips, chips, veggies and laughter with this pink flamingo server.

Meet the Artist: Derrick Johnson of “Stankin” Studios, Saturday April 18th

A "Stankin" fish by Derrick Johnson

A “Stankin” fish by Derrick Johnson

 

Derrick Johnson stands beside a set of his "Stankin" doors.

Derrick Johnson stands beside a set of his “Stankin” doors.

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to feature Gulfport “Funk” artist Derrick Johnson.  This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, April 18th, 6 until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport.

Complimentary wine, hors d’oeuvre will be offered as well as live music by jazz saxophonist Henry Ashwood.

A "Stankin" Aqua-Boogie creation

A “Stankin” Aqua-Boogie creation

Domain Home Accessories & Gallery will host a reception to feature Gulfport “Funk” artist Derrick Johnson.  This installment of Domain’s monthly “Meet the Artists” events will take place on Saturday, April 18th, 6 until 10 p.m. at 3129 Beach Boulevard South in Gulfport.

Complimentary wine, hors d’oeuvre will be offered as well as live music by jazz saxophonist Henry Ashwood.

A "Stankin" chest of drawers by Derrick Johnson

A “Stankin” chest of drawers by Derrick Johnson

Popular local artist Derrick Johnson works out of his own “Stankin Studios.”  The “stankin” expression was derived during a musician friend’s gig when the word came out of nowhere to describe a particularly passionate and funky moment during the session.  Johnson describes, “When ‘stank’ hits your face, it’s the same as having beauty hit you.  You go ‘OOOOO-Weeee!’”

Johnson’s “stankin” art is a whirl of color and shapes applied to a wide array of objects and materials, including furniture, sunglasses, ironing boards, jewelry, wood, doors, walls and metal.  Johnson located to Gulfport from Baltimore in 2004.  He has participated in a variety of outdoor markets and art festivals and his work has been shown at venues including Leepa-Ratner Museum of Art (Tarpon Springs) and Divine Excess Folk Art Gallery (Bradenton).  He frequently paints objects on commission.

A "Stankin" bird (with an especially big beak!) by Derrick Johnson

A “Stankin” bird (with an especially big beak!) by Derrick Johnson

For the last few years, Domain has offered pieces in his series of framed metal sculptures resembling three-dimensional “funk” aquariums he calls “Aqua Boogie.”  For the “Meet the Artists” event, Johnson will be offering a much wider variety of art works and painted objects for one night only.

Established in March 2001, Domain Home Accessories offers a variety of unique art, décor, lighting, jewelry, cards, home goods and more, earning a reputation as one of Gulfport’s most respected retailers.  “& Gallery” opened in 2012 in the adjacent space and showcases the work of over 40 local and regional artists.

“Meet the Artists” events at “& Gallery” occur during Gulfport’s popular Third Saturday Art Walk.  Artists and artisans line the sidewalks of scenic Beach Boulevard on Art Walk evenings.  Independent shops and boutiques, live music venues, street performers, and Gulfport’s many popular restaurants are all part of the lively Art Walk scene.  Parking in the waterfront village is free and convenient.  Free trolleys are available for visitors parking in remote sites for transportation to and from the hub of Art Walk.

For more information, contact Daniel Hodge, (727) 366-4086 or email dan@igc.org;

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"Stankin" switch plates and outlet covers by Derrick Johnson

“Stankin” switch plates and outlet covers by Derrick Johnson

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