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  • Natalie Guess

The Arts Downtown

Phil Fisher | Sunset at the Naples Pier


December is here and the spirit of the holiday season is in full swing with its magical celebrations. It’s a time of year that we think of giving to others, be it family, friends, or those we have just met.

Residuals of the hurricane are still with us, as it takes time and money to get back to where we were. Unfortunately, those in Lee County are going to be dealing with this for quite a while. In Naples, the winds weren’t as much of a problem as the surge which caused a lot of flooding and affected several stores and restaurants. They were closed, rebuilt, and opened with some still working on details that could take a few more months. The businesses in Crayton Cove feel blessed to have weathered the storm and are as close to “back to normal” as they can be. Napoli on the Bay, Chez Boët, Paws Pet Boutique, Bleu Provence, Random Acts of Art, Guess-Fisher Gallery, and Phil Fisher Gallery are glad to be some of those businesses that have come back!

Top Left: The Dawning

Top Right: Cloudy, Breezy Day

Bottom Left: Sail on Sailor

Bottom Right: Approaching Storm


Just in time for the Christmas season, they welcome residents and seasonal residents to another year different from the rest. This month, the Phil Fisher Gallery will be hosting a show titled “Stocking Stuffers” which will feature small originals and prints of scenes of Naples, that might make great gifts! Crayton Cove is located at the intersection of 8th Street South and 12th Avenue South at the flagpole by Naples Bay and the Naples City Dock.


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