Clay Glass Metal Stone Cooperative Gallery is sponsored by the Flamingo Clay Studio, a non-profit arts organization whose mission is to provide affordable studio and gallery space for three-dimensional artists.

For the past six years the gallery has resided at 15 South “J” Street, one block South of the ever popular Lake Avenue in Lake Worth, Florida.

It is considered one of the jewels in the eccentric community which seems to have avoided the modern overgrowth of South Florida and maintained the charm of a time gone by.

The many artists that have contributed works to the space will attest that the space is unique and houses a selection that would appeal to every type of collector or enthusiast.
The gallery prides itself in its cooperative spirit as it is run by the artists themselves. It’s not unusual to stop in and see an artist hard at work on their craft, taking advantage of the creative environment to get some pieces done.  If you have not visited this gallery, please make a point.

The gallery frequently has openings inviting guest artists to show their works in both 2D and 3D. Clay Glass Metal Stone gallery turns over work consistently so stop back often, it seems this space always has something new to enjoy.


We, Flamingo Clay Studio, (Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery) are so honored to have been selected by Impact 100 for an interview towards selection as finalists in their generous grant program. We thank Mayor Pam Triola and Joan Oliva of our CRA, for sitting in with us and supporting this wonderful project. They both help us, and all artists in the community, keep the arts viable and growing