Fish Art Gallerie LLC

1209 B US Hwy 80 East, Tybee Island, GA 31328

Located in Tybee Island: Savannah's Beach

Info & Amenities

Fish Art Gallerie is filled with unique and eclectic folk art created of recycled materials by our very own Ralph Douglas Jones. He is one of those artist that only come along once in a blue moon. The artist that have experienced Douglas's work say, "move over Picaso!" His ingenious creations range from Fish sculpted from clap boards off of the older homes in this area to a 14 ft tall Mermaid, stand up charters made from instruments. Fountains of trumpets, trombones, brass fish & tea pots. Enjoy your self as you experience Douglas' Art! We also have our "Treasureland" out back, so pickers are welcome!

TripAdvisor® Reviews
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Cyndy H | Oct 17, 2018
“Artsy and Fun”

We stopped in because of the eclectic assortment of metal work in the front of the store. All artsy designed lawn decorations. Inside there is an assortment of jewelry, wind chimes, and antiques...

Lisa H | Aug 27, 2018
“Worth a trip! And what a trip!”

I saw this place coming onto Tybee, and thought, I have to go back! Well, I was glad I did...and wow, is there a LOT of stuff to see! So eclectic, cool, quirky and fun! The yard art is expensive but...

Penny O | Jun 21, 2018
“Mostly imported stuff”

Some unique created art outside, but mostly had lots of imported metal art you see in all the souvenir shops around town. 'Enter at your own risk' signs should be posted. However, lovely local...

Yelp® Reviews
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Debra K. | Jun 18, 2017

Eclectic place. There's a lot of Mexican imported metal decor as well as some homemade "found" art. There's a bathtub full of sea shells, an "Art of...

Jody C. | Aug 6, 2018

Very dissapointing and waste of time. They consider themselves an antique and collectible place and it's nothing more than a tourist trap with 95%...

Dave O. | Jul 9, 2016

Great place on the way to the beach going to Tybee Island. The place looked so cool that we had to stop as we were leaving. We were glad we stopped....