United States

825 NE Ocean Blvd

Phone: 772-225-1961
Fax: 772-225-2333

The Elliot Museum

The Elliott Museum was founded by part-time Stuart resident Harmon Elliott as a tribute to his father, Sterling, a prolific inventor. Collectively, Sterling and Harmon were awarded 222 patents throughout their lifetimes.

Permanent Collection

The Studio at the Elliott offers professional instruction in the visual arts for all ages and skill levels. Classes include painting, drawing, sculpting, ceramics and a variety of arts and crafts.


Juried Art Show Hang – Jan 10, 2007
Jan. 13, 2007 – Feb. 19, 2007
Preview – Jan. 12, 2007 Strike – Feb. 20, 2007

S Kim Rody, Meg Winter, Dan Mallardi,
Robin Makowski Hang – Feb. 21, 2007
February 24, 2007 – March 26, 2007
Preview – Feb. 23, 2007 (Fri) Strike – March 27, 2007

S Karinluise Calasant, Lauren Austin Hang - March 28, 2007
March 31, 2007 – May 14, 2007
Preview – March 30, 2007 Strike – May 15, 2007

Forthcoming exhibitions

Artistic Glass Designs featuring the work of glass artist Rob Rifflard
Preview - May 18, 2007
May 19, - Sept 30, 2007


Adults $6
Ages 6-13 $2

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Getting there

From I-95, Exit 61 (SR 76), follow East, turn right on Monterey Road. Keep left at fork and follow to end. Turn right on E. Ocean Boulevard and continue East to the Elliott Museum (on the right-hand side).

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Located on site at the Elliott Museum on Hutchinson Island, the Studio is a pleasant and inspirational place to learn, with easy access to scenic landscapes that feature seaside vistas, the Savannahs, the Indian and St. Lucie Rivers, and an abundant variety of Florida architecture. Our purpose-built Studio is completely equipped with easels, a reference library and abundant natural and artificial light. Studio instructors are highly acclaimed local artists who share their expertise through specialized classes for adults and children, from beginners to advanced. Class and workshop sizes are small, with plenty of one-on-one instruction.