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Worth stopping in this gallery to lift our spirits and soak up all the wonderful colors and inspiring paintings and sculptures . The accessories are pretty neat too , such as phone covers etc . Nice little spot to take a breather from the busy...More
I stopped in after just passing by and I was so glad I did. The art is both flashy and calming at the same time. I loved the diversity of colors and stories visible in each piece. Not only did I buy some postcards to...More
Drop in to this little gallery to see some really imaginative and colourful prints. The assistant there will tell you about all the references in some of the works, other stuff is just lovely to look at. My friend bought 4 prints and the packaging...More
Discovered this by accident in the Diocletian Palace. The art work is not only colourful and striking, but the range of items available is quite unusual.
We loved the multi colored, mosaic style of prints and bought one. We also got a printed i phone...More
We were lucky enough to have stayed in an apartment owned by the artist and we would discuss what we thought the paintings were about in the evening. We were way off.
The stories behind those on our wall and those in his gallery/shop are...More
We have visited Jaman Gallery several times, on our returns to Split. It is always great fun to view the colourful art in there, but other products too. I have ended up buying few small presents there, and eventually, one of the beautiful Serenade pictures...More
Came across this gallery by chance while walking around the old town. Quite small on the inside but it's full of colour. Artwork is very unique and ranges in size and price. Would recommend a visit if you are in Split and have the time.
If you love colours, you must visit Jaman Gallery. We had a chance to admire his paintings at his apartment where we were living. So we could not help buying one quite a big colourful painting at his gallery, which was some days later delivered...More