About the Gallery

Celebrating 20 years in Scottsdale, The Marshall Gallery of Fine Art boasts a diverse collection of exceptional art! Hailed as their favorite gallery in Scottsdale, visitors come back year after year to purchase fine art in our stunning showroom, which more than 70 world-class artists call home.

About The Marshall

The Marshall Gallery of Fine Art is at the center of the Main Street galleries. You will find exceptional art presented in an open and relaxed gallery space, which is perfect for browsing the ever-changing collection. Explore on your own, or allow our expert art consultants to offer complimentary assistance to find the perfect addition to your own collection.

Our History

Founded in 1998 by the erudite and cultivated attorney DeeAn Gillespie, the Marshall Gallery rapidly became a respected destination on Scottsdale’s Marshall Way, an area renowned for superior contemporary art. The Marshall Gallery achieved prominence for its leading contemporary oil painters and sculptors, mostly from Utah – a little known haven of fine artists.

DeeAn soon married Peter Strub who would help her achieve the gallery that would reflect the consciousness of art as art separates humanity from the rest of creation. They followed the philosophy that “Beautiful experiences leave lasting impressions and the intensity of art can haunt and wake one in the middle of the night. True beauty has power – human beings relate instantly to it whether graphic, formed, music or language arts – and requires no interpreter really.”



The gallery displays some fantastic items. Jillian was extremely knowledgeable, helpful and professional. The bottom line…I will now enjoy 3 unique and beautiful tables in my home. Highly recommended!

Google Review

I want to give the “Wow!” award to The Marshall Gallery on Main Street, which was showing 10 artists, maybe — I lost count. The gallery itself is lovely, with warm lighting, multiple levels and wonderful blown-glass pieces throughout the space.

Explore Art: Phoenix

If you are going to Old Town galleries, be sure to visit The Marshall Gallery first. You will need a benchmark to judge whatever else you may see. Perhaps the glow of this wonderful gallery will be enough.

Yelp Review