Art Galleries

Art Galleries

Chandler art galleries are as varied as its residents. The galleries showcase art from a variety of local, regional and national artists.

Chandler Center for the Arts

Located in the Chandler Center of the Arts' main gallery is 2,000 square feet of exhibition space, which showcases art in a variety of media. Recent shows have celebrated portraiture, abstract, textile, and ceramic arts.

Rotating art shows are coordinated by the Chandler Art Commission's Vision Gallery. There's also an Art-O-Mat machine located in the gallery. This "arts vending machine" makes art accessible and fun for all!

Vision Gallery

Arizona artists are showcased in the Vision Gallery in Downtown Chandler. A non-profit art gallery managed by the Chandler Cultural Foundation, Vision Gallery represents more than 300 regional artists. Discover a varied palette of original artworks from oil and acrylic canvasses, to ceramic works, sculpture, jewelry and more.

Vision Gallery is also home to an Art-O-Mat, one of two in Chandler. The Art-O-Mats are vending machines from which you can purchase miniature pieces of art - from jewelry to photos or paintings. A unique grab bag concept that's fun and whimsical!

A portion of all of the gallery's art sales funds the VISION KIDZ Program, a series of art education workshops offered to the community free of charge.

Zelma Basha Gallery of Western American and American Indian Art 

What began as an appreciation for art and a passion for history by Chandler icon and legendary business owner, Eddie Basha, this gallery has evolved to one of the region's most significant collection of contemporary western American and Native American art.  The gallery has an estimated value of $16 million dollars and features over 3,000 pieces showcasing a variety of mediums including bronze sculptures, oils, pastels, watercolors, and charcoal drawings.

The gallery is located in the Bashas' corporate headquarters in south Chandler and the Bashas' local grocery store chain has been in business since 1932.