Welcome to Gallery NAGA's website. We have translated into Internet form the key aspects of our gallery, which has been exhibiting and selling contemporary art on Newbury Street in Boston since 1977. Enjoy your exploration of our site.

Our primary focus is painting, and we represent many of the most highly regarded painters working in Boston and New England. In addition, exceptional contemporary photographers, printmakers, and sculptors exhibit with us, as well as the international doyenne of holography, Harriet Casdin-Silver.

We also specialize in studio furniture, presenting work by many of the premier makers of unique and limited edition furniture in the country.

Please contact us if we can amplify any of the information you find here.

Meg White, Director
Andrea Dabrila, Associate Director
Arthur Dion

  The contents of this site are for personal and/or educational use only. Neither text nor photographs may be reproduced in any form without the permission of Gallery NAGA Fine Art, Inc., 67 Newbury Street, Boston MA 02116. ©2011

September - June:
Tuesday - Saturday
10 am - 5:00 pm

July 1 - 10:
Tuesday - Friday
10 am - 5:00 pm

July 11 - September 7:
Open by Appointment Only

Gallery NAGA
67 Newbury Street
Boston MA 02116

Phone, Fax & Email
617.267.9040 fax

Gallery NAGA is a member of the
Boston Art Dealers Association

Gallery NAGA is located in the neo-Gothic stone church building
(Church of the Covenant) at the corner of Berkeley and Newbury Streets.

Public Transportation
Take any Green Line train to the Arlington or Copley Square stop.

Newbury Street
Newb'ry Garage, to the right of Restoration Hardware
Opposite the Taj Hotel, at Arlington Street
Charles Street, under the Boston Common
Clarendon Street, opposite Trinity Church

Artist Submissions
Please familiarize yourself with our programming by viewing exhibitions in person before deciding to show us work. Inappropriate submissions waste everyone's time. We review unsolicited material three times each year on a rolling schedule. We accept a maximum of 20 images (slide, hard copy, mac-formatted jpeg), a bio, and, if applicable, a self-addressed stamped envelope. If you would like to email jpegs of three images (include the works' sizes and materials), we'll quickly suggest whether or not we think a complete presentation is warranted.