Pure Art Gallery & Gifts Pure Art Gallery & Gifts

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Welcome to Pure Art Gallery & Gifts

For over twenty years, Pure Art Gallery & Gifts has been open in their charming Cayman cottage on South Church Street, Grand Cayman Island. If you drive up in a Cayman Porsche, a Jeep rental, or on your favorite bicycle, Pure Art is sure to delight a variety of shoppers in the Cayman Islands.

We look forward to visitors and residents alike browsing through our beautiful stock of handcrafted local or "island style" gifts, and our outstanding original Cayman paintings and art prints! After viewing our web site pages, feel free to contact us or to visit our fine business asap!

One mile south of the center of George Town, on the corner of South Church Street and Denham-Thompson Way.

Tel: (345) 949-9133
Fax: (345) 949-4473
Email: topureart@candw.ky

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2039,
Grand Cayman KY1-1105,

"Islands Magazine", June 1991
(The "Must-Do Guide": the top 500 things to do @ islands in the WORLD):
"Don't settle for imitations! Go to Pure Art Gallery on the Southern End of Grand Cayman Island. Works of local artists and craftsmen are exhibited in an Old Caymanian House.

Frommer's Travel Guide 2006, "Grand Cayman":
“PURE ART: This is the most creative and most imaginative gift shop in the Cayman Islands. Located within an unpretentious and low-slung wood frame house about 2.4 km (1 1/2 miles) south of George Town proper, it has reached its present level of fascination under the stewardship of Debbie Chase, a U.S.- born artist. Chase's friendly relations with craftspeople throughout the Caymans has created a treasure trove of gift items that are a lot more interesting than what's available at many nearby competitors. Expect a densly packed environment loaded with paintings, artifacts, books, and clever handcrafted items from the Cayman Islands, Cuba, Jamaica, Key West, and Central America. The common denominator linking all the items is good taste, good humor, and an appreciation for detail-intensive labor.”

"The Cayman Net News" and "The Caymanian Compass" often features positive reviews of Pure Art Shows and news.