Dog Tired Studio and Gallery located at 1011 Whitehead street (corner of Whitehead and Julia) (802)989-5910, is owned and operated by local Artist Sean P. Callahan. He has been living in Key West for the past ten years and has been a part of the art scene here right from the start. Sean's studio/gallery space features his artwork along with the works of fellow artists and friends. Watercolors, Oils, Jewelery, Acrylics, Collage, and various mediums. When asked to describe his gallery, Sean says, "My goal for Dog Tired Studio was to bring new and interesting work to our beautiful island."
Sean's work has been featured at Fleming Street Gallery, Stone Soup,Cocco and Salem. He teaches watercolor at the Studios of Key West. He has been working and teaching watercolors for over 20 years. Sean has been the artist for the official portrait of the Headdress Ball, covers of Fringe theater program, Keys Culture Magazine 2014, Art Guide of Key West 2013. His murals can be seen in the Bahamas for Bay street Station, Genuinely Bahamian Products, and in Key West for KW Jeep Adventures, The Orchid Bar and resort, AIDSHELP, Poinciana Royale, also in private residences. He was a recipient of a Grant from The Anne McKee Artist Fund. His pet portraits have been featured in the Orvis Catalog. Sean still does pet portrait commissions, watercolors of the Keys, and murals in between teaching.
Dog Tired Studio represents:
Greg Little, Oil painter. Award winning oil paintings. The art of palette knife painting perfected. His color choices and compositions stop you in your tracks whether it is a landscape, still lifes, or the male figure.
Elizabeth St. Hilaire, Acrylic/Collage/Mixed Media. Beginning with an acrylic painting, Elizabeth then attaches torn, stained paper to create an unusual, realistic effect.
Julie Fiedler, Ceramacist. Pieces evoking the whimsical sea and unusual fish heads.
Rita Poore, Watercolor/Mixed Media Artist. Yupo, collage, acrylic abstracts.
Andrew Koenneeke, Glass blower. Glass blown sea creatures glow with light and color.
Chuck Seaman, Master Giataku Artist. The best Giataku artist in Florida if not the East coast.
David Klein, Acrylic Artist. A fixture of this Island and whose work speaks of the Key West Lifestyle.
Katharine Doughty. Jewelry Artist. Antique cuban dominos and beautiful scrimshaw pieces out of them that evoke the time of Hemingway.
Jim Racchi, Steel Sculpture. Founder of Sculpture Key West, mainly works in metal.
When you find yourself in Key West, please come by and enjoy the art. It is also Sean’s studio so he loves to talk about his latest project and what is going on in town. Everyone is always welcome….two legs and four and always remember, be the person your dog thinks you are! (and if you don’t have a dog replace dog with Mom).