Located in the beautiful historic district of Milford, Connecticut, Gilded Lily Gallery has been a staple fixture in the town's art scene for many years. Despite being a local gallery, Gilded Lily Gallery has been attracting people from all around the world with its unique collection by both local and international artists, since opening its doors September of 2000.
With things like intricate sculpture and pottery, hand-blown-glass, one-of-a-kind wearable art and jewelry pieces, paintings, photography, and much more, the gallery will truly leave anyone who visits in a delighted awe. [ more ]
About Our Website
We hope you enjoy browsing our Website to learn about our gallery and some of our featured artists. Please note however that this site represents just a small selection of the artwork and artists on exhibit at Gilded Lily.
The art and other works we feature are constantly changing and we cordially invite you to come in and enjoy our gallery in person! If you can't visit our Gallery, feel free to contact us anytime. We will be more than happy to send you pictures, answer any questions, and give you additional information for works you see and artists we represent.
Click on any picture to go to the Artists page
Gilded Lily in the News
Mayor Ben Blake proclaims Gilded Lily Gallery Day
It's hard to believe that on Sept. 23rd 2000 when we opened our doors that we would be celebrating 20 years of bringing Art and so much more to the Milford community.
We were welcomed with open arms and have been supported all this time.
Thank you Mayor Ben Blake and the City of Milford for recognizing our accomplishment and declaring Sept. 23rd 2020 as Gilded Lily Gallery Day.
It is an honor and we're looking to 20 more in this fine community.
All Michal Golan, Liquid Metal, And Bluemoon Stone Creations
Mick Theebs, Also That - I paid the Gilded Lily Gallery a visit and had the chance to speak with the owner and resident artist Rosemary Celon-Gordon. I had a wonderful time sitting among the beautiful works in her gallery and talking about her work. If you find yourself in southern Connecticut, I absolutely recommend dropping in to her shop for a visit. [ more ]