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5222 West 78th Street  Edina, Minnesota  55435

952.844.9884 voice     952.844.9998 fax

Griffin Gallery also features works by nationally acclaimed artist Bill Mack

To view the entire Bill Mack collection go to www.billmack.com

The Twin Cities’ largest collection of traditional & contemporary fine art

Griffin Gallery is located in the historic Camelot Castle in Edina, Minnesota.

The 25,000 square-foot castle, complete with moat, is your destination for great art exhibitions & other events throughout the year.

With generous hours, stop in to view an amazing array of artwork available only at Griffin Gallery,

and learn how we can assist you with selecting art in all styles, sizes and budgets to suit your residential and commercial needs.

RICHARD MERCHAN

JOHN GERBER

DAN RAPHAEL

JILLIAN LEE

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GARY WELTON

Directions to the Gallery

         Take the 77th Street exit off Highway 100.

         From the North: Take a left and crossover over Highway 100. Take a right on to the frontage road and follow around the curve

to our building.

         From the South: At the interchange stoplight, go straight ahead on to the frontage road and follow around the curve

to our building.

NEW FEATURE!

INSIDE THE STUDIO

We will feature photos and interviews of our artists, giving you an inside look at their creative process.

Our first artist to be featured is painter Gary Welton.

Click here to go to the page: Inside the Studio