Arts & Culture
With 26-miles of sugar white sand and turquoise water to behold, South Walton is the perfect destination for a beach vacation, a family reunion or a couples/friends getaway. What soothes the soul more than lying on the beach, listening to the waves lap in the distance and warm Gulf breezes dancing in your hair?
And while you could probably spend the entire day soaking up the sunshine, there’s so much more to explore in South Walton.
To truly immerse yourself into the South Walton culture, look no further than the local art galleries, live music venues or performing arts stages that dot our 16 unique beach neighborhoods. From Inlet Beach in the east to Miramar Beach in the west, there are dozens of art galleries beckoning to be explored; countless musicians pouring their passion into microphones; and Broadway-quality thespians acting out the perfect scene night in and night out.
Whatever you choose to do while you are here, let South Walton speak to you.
Artists at Gulf Place
A hidden gem on scenic Hwy 30A! Eight colorful galleries filled with the art of local 30A artists - jewelry, pottery, photography, tie dye art, sculptures, acrylics, painted vintage windows, high-quality recycled poly outdoor furniture, 30a t-shirts and much more! Visit our colorful galleries at Gulf Place in Santa Rosa Beach... Read More
Kyle Paxton - Artist. Musician. Composer.
Kyle Paxton is a local artist known for his portraiture as well as imaginative take on the local wildlife and landscape. Kyle is also known for his conceptual pieces, working almost completely from his imagination. His work is shown and available at kylepaxton.com. CURRENT PROJECT Kyle is known for his portraiture. He... Read More
Clint Eagar Design
Surrounding yourself with time honored traditional design, or inspiring, modern, cutting edge looks and trend color, it’s our ultimate goal to design works of art that reflect your taste and lifestyle. We have the creative ability and ideas to suit your every need. We pride ourselves on working collaboratively with... Read More
CHROMA - Kathleen Broaderick Studio & Gallery
Opened in June 2017, CHROMA Studio & Gallery features the art of Walton county artist, Kathleen Broaderick. As a former art teacher, CHROMA allows Kathleen to combine her personal art studio and love of teaching in one place. Great care was taken in the design of the gallery and... Read More
Lola's on 30A
Bright, airy, eclectic, and eye-catching may be the best way to describe Lola’s on 30A. Walking into the family-owned business presents an immediate visual sensation. The first art you’ll encounter as you enter Lola’s on 30A is the creation of artist and owner, Lee Hensley. These beachy masterpieces depict natural... Read More
Emerald Coast Theatre Company
The Emerald Coast Theatre Company, also known as the ECTC, is a non-profit organization working to inspire, educate and empower the community and artists in the Emerald Coast area. Although the organization has been performing at locations throughout the South Walton area since 2012, the ECTC finally secured its own... Read More
The Foster Gallery
The Foster Gallery is an artist collective led by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County that features at least a dozen artists on a seasonally rotating basis, along with special exhibits. Named for the late Susan Foster, founder of the Cultural Arts Alliance and one of the area’s first professional... Read More
The Shard Shop
Nestled under the pines of Grayton Beach, Florida, this trendy Make-Your-Own-ShardArt boutique is filled to the brim with all things glass! ShardArt is a mosaic-like technique of applying glass to painted canvas to create gorgeous masterpieces! You simply come in, get inspired and dig your hands into our glass! After you’ve laid... Read More
Adaro has been painting for the last 20 years. Today he is known for his abstract-figurative life size portraits. He recreates traditional techniques like oil and acrylics using recycled materials and natural textures. Adaro's work has been shown extensively in group exhibitions around the world, and in one-person exhibitions at... Read More