Is Cerulean Arts accessible?

The galleries, classroom and public bathrooms at Cerulean Arts are all wheelchair accessible. Please use the side entrance accessed through our parking lot; both entrances on Ridge Avenue have steps.  For any other special needs, please call the gallery at 267-514-8647. 

Where should I park?

Cerulean Arts has a small parking lot with six spaces plus an accessible space on the south side of the gallery building.  There is a public parking garage at the Broadridge development just steps away from the gallery.  The entrance to the parking garage is off of Ridge Avenue between the gallery and Aldi grocery store.  Non-metered street parking is also available on Ridge Avenue and the surrounding neighborhood streets.  

Is there a charge to visit Cerulean Arts?

Cerulean Arts is free and open to the public.

Is photography permitted in the galleries?

The works of art on exhibition at Cerulean Arts are protected by copyright laws retained by the individual artists.  Still photography is permitted for personal, non-commercial use only.  Photographs cannot be published, sold, reproduced, distributed or otherwise commercially exploited in any manner.

Can I rent the galleries at Cerulean Arts for a private event?

The galleries at Cerulean Arts are not available for rent.

Is Cerulean Arts child-friendly?

We are happy to have accompanied children visit Cerulean Arts.  For specific questions or concerns about what may be on display at any particular time, please call the gallery at 267-514-8647.


When did Cerulean Arts first open?

Cerulean Arts opened on September 15, 2006 in our original building at 1355 Ridge Avenue.

Is Cerulean Arts a non-profit gallery?

Cerulean Arts is not a non-profit but rather a small business established by proprietors Tina Rocha and Michael Kowbuz.

Is Cerulean Arts a co-operative gallery?

Cerulean Arts is not a co-operative or artist-run gallery; all operations of the gallery are managed by the proprietors.

What is the Cerulean Arts Collective?

The Cerulean Arts Collective was established to better serve our artists that wished to exhibit more frequently.  With our 2017 expansion, the six gallery spaces in the new building are reserved for Collective members.  Each member of the Collective is included in a group exhibition year-round plus is featured in a solo exhibition every 15 months.

Does Cerulean Arts accept artist's submissions?

We are currently reviewing submissions for new artists to join the Cerulean Arts Collective. For all the details, click here.


Who teaches the art classes at Cerulean Arts?

Classes and workshops at Cerulean Arts are taught by a group of experienced instructors, many of whom are also artists that exhibit with the gallery.

Is previous experience necessary?

Most classes and workshops require no previous experience and are open to all levels of ability.  Advanced courses that require previous experience will specify in the description.

What is your cancellation policy for classes?

For cancellations made at least one week before the date of the class, a $10 cancellation fee will apply and the balance of the cost of the class will be refunded.  Refunds are not issued for cancellations made less than one week before the start of the class.

Does Cerulean Arts offer art classes for children?

Cerulean Arts offers classes and workshops for adults only.


How are prices for the artwork determined?

Prices for the artwork offered at Cerulean Arts are carefully determined in consultation with the artist. Factors used in determining price include the size and medium of the work as well as the exhibition record and past sales of the artist.

Does Cerulean Arts offer payment plans?

Yes, artwork at Cerulean Arts can be purchased in installments.  The payment plan requires a 25% deposit at time of purchase and monthly payments of 25% until paid in full.

Can Cerulean Arts tell me how much an artwork I have is worth?

Cerulean Arts does not offer appraisal services.  The American Society of Appraisers can offer guidance in selecting an appraiser specific to your needs: appraisers.org 

Can Cerulean Arts sell an artwork I own for me?

Cerulean Arts works directly with artists in selecting work for its exhibitions and does not typically consign previously-owned artwork.