What Makes Harmon-Meek Gallery a Good Neighbor…
Harmon-Meek Gallery has provided Naples residents and visitors with works of art by major American artists since 1964. In the half-century since, Harmon-Meek Gallery has become a nationally respected fine art gallery. The artists represented each meet the high standard of having works in the permanent collections of museums.
Harmon-Meek Gallery works with museums and academic institutions across the nation having loaned more than 300 exhibitions of art. J. William Meek III arranged the first permanent collections of art for what would become the Baker Museum (1996), Naples Art (1997), and the Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples (2010). In recent years, William worked directly with Florida Southern College and the Polk Museum of Art arranging the donation of a vast collection of works dedicated to the figure as a subject in American art.
Harmon-Meek Gallery and the Meek family have proudly supported the community by giving back to area non-profits. In 2012, Kristine Meek worked with the Southwest Florida Community Foundation to establish a fund dedicated to at-risk youth and children’s art programs in our community. Kristine and Juliana Meek have hosted 6 fundraising galas entirely underwritten by Harmon-Meek Gallery with 100% of money raised going directly to this cause. The two also host children’s groups at the gallery, a tradition at the gallery since its founding in 1964.
To learn more about Harmon-Meek Gallery, go to: www.harmonmeek.com
382 12th Avenue South
Naples, Florida 34102