The Depot Art Center and Art Gallery is a restored Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe train station originally built in 1888. Retired in 1965 and eventually relocated to its current location at 2069 Powers Ave., Littleton, Colorado. The Depot Art Gallery was designated an historic landmark in 1969 and opened it’s first show in May 1978.
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In 1979, the site was enhanced by the addition of a renovated 1890’s caboose. Located just east of the railroad tracks, the Depot Art Gallery is a successful and unique gallery and arts center with community spirit. And it’s also for rent!
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Littleton Fine Art Guild
The Depot is owned by the city of Littleton, Colorado, but operated by the Littleton Fine Arts Guild whose purpose is to promote and advance fine art in the area. In 2017, the Guild celebrated its 55th Anniversary!
Historically, the Guild was made up of 10 women interested in painting, but now membership is nearly 60 with men and women from all walks of life. Discover almost any medium used by our skilled artists… including 2D and 3D…from watercolors to photography, pottery to oils, encaustics to jewelry…and more.
The Depot Art Gallery is well known for its unique structures and history present in every corner. Gallery Shows are regularly scheduled with several “Juried” shows challenging the Guild Members to show their best work. In addition, there are frequent workshops, programs, and art classes. Admission is free. Parking is easy. All artwork is for sale.