The Baker Museum (previously the Naples Gallery of Art) belongs to Artis– Naples, a multidisciplinary company that likewise is the house of the Naples Philharmonic, situated at 5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard, Naples, Florida. The gallery, opened in 2000, houses a diverse collection of art in a three-story, 30,000-square-foot facility. The long-term collection consists of works of American modernism, 20th-century Mexican art, sculpture and 3-dimensional art. Along with the permanent collection, the gallery hosts traveling exhibitions throughout the year. The Baker Museum likewise houses the Siblings Checking out Room, which consists of the Saldukas Household Structure library collection.
The Baker Gallery closed for fixings in September 2017 as a result of water damage caused by Storm Irma. The gallery resumed in December 2019 after two years of structure repairs. The museum is going through a development task readied to be full in Summer season 2020 to include an added 18,000 square feet, which will house objects from its collection, host occasions, as well as develop celebration areas. It is near the Naples Seaboard Air Line Railway Station