Bisbee's creative spirit is legendary.
Visit one of Bisbee's many galleries to see what the art scene here is all about.
6 Main Street
In March of 2017, the walls of the library’s newly renovated Reading Room became a part of the library’s latest addition, the Pritchard Gallery, an art gallery that will feature four Bisbee artists per year. The gallery is named after the Copper Queen Library's first Librarian, John G. Pritchard, who came to Bisbee in 1887 to serve as Chaplain and Librarian, and later as Postmaster, for the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company. All art sales will be handled through the artist.
43 Brewery Avenue
Subway Gallery, an artists’ cooperative, was established in 1986 and is the longest, continuous gallery in Bisbee. The Gallery currently exhibits works of painters, ceramic artists and photographers, including Manny and Danielle Martinez, Monte Surratt, Gene Elliston, Margo Macartney, Peggy Scanlon, Carole Beauchamp, Paul Bovee, Steve Bovee, Dick Hyman and Deborah Chambers.
Broadway Stairs Gallery
Broadway Stairs off Brewery Gulch
A pop-up art gallery of funky thrift store finds and dumpster dives.
818 Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee, AZ, USA
Artemizia Foundation is an international art museum, gallery, mural labyrinth and sculpture garden located in historic Old Bisbee. Experience cutting edge artwork by some of the most important artists in the world today including Banksy, Swoon, de Kooning, Tracey Emin, Ai Weiwei, Mr. Brainwash, Andy Warhol, Kerry James Marshall, Yayoi Kusama, Blek le Rat, Kara Walker, Jeff Koons, Jenny Saville, Robert Longo and many more. Artemizia Foundation's collection is curated by founder and director Sloane Bouchever. OPEN Thursday through Sunday 11am to 4pm