Winkler Gallery of Fine Art

From paintings in watercolor to
acrylics and pastels, sculpture,
photography, digital art,  mosaics and
fiber art, the Winkler Gallery of Fine Art
offers the highest quality of art in the
DuBois, Pa and surrounding areas
Located in Downtown DuBois, Pa, the
Winkler Gallery of Fine Art offers a
formal yet relaxing atmosphere that
allows visitors to become immersed in
the many successful works of art on
display.

Currently the fine art gallery is
representing  twenty artists and offers
the opportunity to view and purchase
works of fine art produced by these
local artists.

New Works are regularly introduced
into the gallery offering a new art
experience for the viewer with each
new visit.
Gallery is located in DuBois, Pa.
36 N. Brady Street
814-375-5834
NO ADMISSION


Tues. Through Thurs 11am to 5 pm
Friday & Saturday  11am to 8 pm.
Sunday closed
Monday closed
Created and designed by the
Winkler Gallery of Fine Art

All works property of the individual artist of the Winkler Gallery
Unauthorized Reproduction strictly Forbidden.
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FREE OF CHARGE!
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THANK YOU!
Perry wishes to thank everyone who
assisted him in this contest with their
votes.  
FEATURED ARTISTS
John Francis
Chris DeNapoli Michael
CONGRATULATIONS, PERRY!!

Biltmore has announced that Perry Winkler is
the official winner of the 2016 Wine Label
Contest

Label Signing events will be announced soon.



Winkler Gallery
Wildlife & Flower Art Show

Show runs from May 21 to
June 2
5, 2016

Opening Reception last night was a
wonderful event.


More pictures on the About Us page
Here
Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson  
announced the 5th District winners of
the 2016 Congressional Art Competition.

This year’s first place winner, Madelyn
Ostermann of Summit Township, Erie
County was chosen for her drawing
entitled, “Yellow Transportation”. Ms.
Ostermann attends Fort LeBoeuf High
School in Waterford.  
Willow Felver, who also attends Fort LeBoeuf High School,
placed second in the competition with her drawing, entitled
“Uncle Bill.”

Third place was awarded to Brina Carfley Bickel of Clearfield
High School, for her colored pencil drawing, entitled “Captain
Jack.”

Honorable mentions were awarded to Dannielle D’Amico of Fort
LeBoeuf High School, Kassidy Steffy of Bald Eagle Area High
School and Meghan Hepfer of Curwensville High School.
Congressional Art
Competition Winners
Announced