Art Shop


About Art Shop

Art Shop offers extensive bodies of work by many local and national emerging and established artists including Gladys Barker Grauer (1923-2019), Anne Q. McKeown, L.G. Carpenter, Katherine McGlynn, Heather Johnson, and Chris Twomey (1954-2012) as well as select artworks by artists such as Ibrahim Ahmed III, Mickalene Thomas, Karlos Cárcamo, Dahlia Elsayed, Jerry Gant (1961-2018), Jon Rappleye, Willie Cole, Miriam Beerman, Peter Hominsky, and others.

Please ask to peruse our flat files. Every purchase supports artists as well as Gallery Aferro’s nonprofit programs. Please ask about our payment options, we accept every major credit card as well as transactions via PayPal and Venmo. In the interest of affording all buyers an opportunity to bring quality artwork home we also offer payment plans to anyone willing to make the commitment.


Establishing a collection means:

  • Having the pleasure of living with beautiful and meaningful artworks
  • Supporting artists at a specific moment in their evolution, and knowing that often the artwork you buy now will gain value and meaning over time.
  • Putting money towards what you believe in; such as supporting local spaces, and buying art by artists from diverse backgrounds.
  • Having a real relationship with the gallery you buy artwork from and being able to talk with a real person about the artwork and artists you’re interested in.
  • Starting a collection for favorite child in your life.

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Gallery Aferro launches on! Please visit our Artsy page to find some of Aferro’s inventory gems and work by acclaimed visual artists such as Mona Hatoum, Tim Okamura, Kiki Smith and many others. 

Launching a new platform with Artsy supports our ongoing commitment to an experimental, accessible and dialogue-drive ethos. Our interest is in the mystery and possibilities of human creativity- where does the work come from? What is required to develop an expressive voice, and then to sustain it?

Our exhibits, events, collaborations, initiatives, legacy work, residencies and fellowships express a belief that we can hold a space for valuing and exploring more than what market forces would dictate. To continue to hold this space for revering and supporting process, we offer this new platform for collecting the wonderful artworks that arise from it.

We hope you will enjoy visiting many times to see what’s new, online and on Market Street.

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No Distractions, Heather L. Johnson,  graphite on velum and paper, 8.5×9.5, 2009, $600 framed

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Flame, Heather L. Johnson, watercolor on paper, 4.5×6, 2010, $400

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