Float On Art Galleryfeaturing artists that float
Currently Featured Artist
Connor Wortendyke is a young abstract artist whose art has quite literally given him a new means of expressing himself. As an artist on the autism spectrum, he possesses a unique perspective which shines through his work.
Connor is always exploring new techniques and frequently combines several into his paintings, giving them a unique depth and texture.
About Our Gallery
Conceived in 2011, Float On’s art gallery is located in our shop has one exhibition room, and is open nearly 24hrs / day.
The displayed art is exclusively by local floaters, with a new original piece featured each month.
Become a Gallery Artist
FAQs for Visitors
How often does the art rotate?
Once per month.
When is the gallery open for viewing?
Monday: 7am-11am Tuesday-Sunday: Open 24 Hours
How many pieces does the gallery hold?
11-13 larger pieces, 13-15 medium pieces, or 15-17 smaller pieces
FAQs for Artists
What is your gallery traffic like?
Being as the gallery is located in our float center, we get a lot of crossover foot traffic. Aside from the gallery, we run 1200 floats a month, and are located in the heart of the SE on Hawthorne Blvd. The shop has large windows facing the street, so the art is visible 24/7 from the sidewalk.
What mediums do you accept in the gallery?
Anything that can be hung vertically by our wire/hook track system. Please do not include any fresh/wet oil pieces.
What is your commission rate?
We only charge a 5% commission!! This basically just covers credit processing charges.
What about the original piece?
Along with the process of being a gallery exhibitor, you will be given 4 float sessions in exchange for one original float inspired piece after completing your float sessions. It will also be hung in the gallery for the duration of the month. After your month is over the original, float inspired piece will belong to Float On to be appreciated for ages to come.
What is your transport policy?
The gallery artist is completely responsible for all transport of gallery pieces.
Do I have to sign a contract?
Yes, there is a basic contract involved, but it is painless.