137 King Street, St. Augustine, FL.
904-825-4577, info@butterfieldgarage.com


First Friday Gallery Walk
Friday, May 6th

Gallery Hours 11am - 9pm 

May's Featured Artist


Juliana Romnes

Artist Talk

During First Friday Art Walk

Friday, May 6th, 6pm


"Float" photograph by Juliana Romnes


Stop in and see what's new and don't forget to pick up a Shuttle Sticker for complimentary shuttle service to St. Augustine galleries between 6-9 pm on the night of the Gallery Walk.

About the Artist

Juliana Romnes developed an interest in photography from a young age. Her father, a high school photography instructor, had a strong influence on this interest.  She went on to study photography at the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies at Daytona State College, eventually graduating from the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Photography. 

Romnes has also worked for over 25 years in arts administration and received a master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from the University of Central Florida. She held numerous positions at the Southeast Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach during a 20-year period, working her way from work study student to Museum Director. In 2016, she received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies at Daytona State College.

Currently, Romnes is the Gallery Coordinator at Arts on Douglas, a division of the Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, where she exhibits her work and was recently honored with a solo exhibition.  Her photography has also been shown in group exhibitions at Snap!Space, Orlando; the St. Augustine Art Association, where she has won numerous awards; and the W.B. Tatter Gallery in St. Augustine, among others. In 2021, her photographs were published in Cadence, the 2021 anthology from the Florida State Poet’s Association. Juliana Romnes has been exhibiting her photography at Butterfield Garage since 2020. View works.


"Other Worlds" photograph by Juliana Romnes


"Morning Flight" photograph by Juliana Romnes


April 20, 2022

Sun, Shopping, Fab Food And Forts: Two Days In St. Augustine, Florida

Amazing history. Glorious outdoor adventures. Stunnning architecture. Lively art galleries. And terrific food and drinks.St. Augustine, Florida has been entertaining visitors for half a century, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Here’s a way to spend a great couple of days in the city.

Butterfield Garage Gallery

Shop Till You Drop

St. Augustine is a fabulous spot for shoppers. Cool and Collected is a fun vintage and antiques store on San Marco Avenue, between El Castillo San Marcos and the Fountain of Youth.  Antoinette’s Bath House is a lovely spot for bath products on King Street, in the heart of downtown. Outside of town off Highway 95 you’ll find the the St. Augustine Premium Outlets. You’’ll also find terrific galleries. When I was there, one of the downtown galleries was featuring works by both Dali and Dr. Seuss, an interesting combination if there ever was one. Butterfield Garage is a wonderful art spot on King Street, just a few blocks west of Colonial St. Augustine. You’ll find marvellous art from a number of local residents. I liked one of the paintings so much I bought it and took it home.

Butterfield Garage Art Gallery, St. Augustine, Florida. JIM BYERS PHOTO


Butterfield Garage Art Gallery is a leader in the presentation of traditional and contemporary visual arts and fine crafts.
As an artist-run gallery, we encourage the experience of direct accessibility and dialogue between artists, patrons and our 
community within Northeast Florida.
  • Facebook
  • Instagram