Fine Art & Custom Framing

Main Street Gallery is located in Leland, Michigan, a small town in the northwest part of the state, situated directly on Lake Michigan. Main Street Gallery was established in 1988 and represents many of Northern Michigan's finest artist. The gallery displays all original art including metal sculpture, oil and acrylic painting, pastels, watercolors, woodcarvings and glass.

Featuring Bill Allen, Ernie Carrick, Malcolm Chatfield, Jennifer Oakley Delaplante, Phil Fisher, Mary Fuscaldo, Peter Griz, Meta Joutras, Rick Koehler, Phil Krzeminski, Kris Love, Doug Racich, Jeff Ripple, Al Rollings, Nell Revel Smith, Tobin Sprout, Sallie Stanley, Tom Tomasek, Neil Walling, Margaret White, and Wm. White.

Bill Allen is a nationally known metal sculptor whose work depicts unusual animals and insects and sometimes a combination of both. His sculptures a very durable outdoor art, crafted of welded steel ...
Ernie Carrick is known for his beautiful wood turnings. His work compliments the texture and uniqueness of the original piece of wood. Each piece is finished with natural oils to preserve and bring out the grain.
A Leelanau County resident, Malcolm Chatfield is both a photographer and painter inspired by his surroundings. He has owned and operated Main Street Gallery since 1988, showcasing an eclectic ...
Born and raised in Leland, Michigan and a degree from Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan Jennifer's main focus is painting "Fishtown" scenes and the beaches and water of Lake Michigan.
Phil Fischer is a lifelong painter working in watercolors and oils. His work can be found in many collections throughout the U.S. Most of his work is Plein aire painting with some studio work.
Mary Fuscaldo works primarily with pastels and occasionally oils. Originally from Midland, Michigan. She now resides in Leelanau County. Mary has also won numerous awards and competitions ...
Peter Griz is a self-taught artist who is retired from the Ford Motor Company. His experience in design and mechanical aspects enables him the knowledge to achieve the precision ...
Meta Joutras paints in an Impressionistic style, the extraordinary landscapes of Leelanau County. Her oil paintings of fields, orchards, water and farm animals are her inspirations.
Rick Koehler resides in Cincinnati, Ohio and Lake Leelanau, Michigan. His work is primarily Plein Aire oil paintings and consists of local farms and landscapes.
A native Michigander, Phil Krzeminski has been drawing, painting and photographing since childhood. He exclusively uses pastels as his medium and works with large areas of flattened ...
Kris Love's paintings of the Northern Michigan water and landscape fall on the edges of realism. Her work is inspired by actual locations; but her interest is in creating a surreal ...
A self-taught watercolor artist, Doug Racich has an incredibly realistic view of the buildings and landscapes throughout Northwest Michigan that he chooses as the subjects ...
Jeff Ripple is a photographer and painter. Large format photography and oil paintings are Jeff's speciality.
With unique driftwood sculptures of birds and fish, Al Rollings' knowledge of the anatomical proportions have produced wonderful carvings sensitive to the interpretations of the creations of nature.
Originally from Jackson, Michigan, Nell Revel Smith has resided in Leland, Michigan for over 30 years. Her paintings of the fields, farms and the water are her inspirations.
Tobin Sprout is a photo-realist painter. His realist paintings and sculptures involve thorough reproduction of detail, resulting in nearly photographic work. He also dabbles in creative folk art.
Sallie Stanley's inspiration for her watercolors comes from the landscapes of Michigan and beyond.
Self-taught pastel artist. Tom Tomasek has won many awards and competitions.
Retired car designer from Chrysler Motors, Neil Walling divides his time between Michigan and Florida. Neil works in oil and watercolors with an emphasis on Plein Aire pieces.
A creator of unusual oil pastel and gold leaf painting, Margaret White's subject matter is that of a whimsical mixture of faces and patterns created through the use of multiple imaging, color and the character of edge.
As an oil painter with a focus on interiors, Mr. White's paintings express strong color statements incorporated with simple forms, symbols of the home and everyday objects presented ...