Edgewater, Florida: Art Gallery of Peter Wolf Toth

Peter Wolf Toth has traveled North America for decades, carving giant Indian heads. His small roadside gallery appears to be overflowing with art.

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102 Arthur Ave., Edgewater, FL
Art World Gallery. I-90 exit 244. Drive east on Hwy 442/Indian River Blvd for 3.5 miles. Turn right onto US Hwy 1/S. Ridgewood Ave. Drive a little over a mile. You'll see an RV repair shop on the right; the gallery is just beyond it, at the corner of US Hwy 1 and Arthur Ave.
Call for indoor gallery appt. Outdoor art visible any time. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Peter Wolf Toth Gallery

He sustained a lot of damage from Hurricane Matthew. I'd suggest calling first if you're thinking of visiting.

[Joyce, 11/21/2016]

Toth has spent years traveling the country, repairing his giant Indian Head sculptures, so he can probably fix whatever blew down in his yard. But it's always a good policy to call first.

Peter Wolf Toth Gallery.

Peter Wolf Toth Gallery

We visited the Toth Galley and he wasn't there. I talked to him on the phone and he was very nice. He was in Ohio with his sick brother.

[Jackie Solomon, 08/01/2016]

Toth is sometimes away from his Gallery during the summer months, repairing one of his many giant Indian head sculptures, which are scattered across the U.S.

Toth gallery.

Art Gallery of Peter Wolf Toth

We called, and Peter Toth was out of town for a month, but will absolutely try again when we come back down. He was great on the phone, and that makes us want to go back even more! There is quite a bit to see even without going in.

[Toki, 07/28/2016]

Peter Toth stump carving.

Art Gallery of Peter Wolf Toth

Amazing roadside art business on Highway 1. Very unique "stump art," with the bases of trees carved into faces and fish. Several variations of a bosomy angel holding a baby. Rather intimidating faces carved into trees; many displays outside. We were afraid to call for an appointment for a full tour. Very impressive art.

[Cal in Florida, 09/26/2014]

Artist Peter Wolf Toth has traveled North America for decades, carving giant Indian heads. He began in California in the 1970s; now he's settled in the Sunshine State.

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