Woody Shimko opened the Woodman/Shimko Gallery in January of 2013.
Shimko’s design work began in New York City where he was the design and visual director at Alfred Dunhill, Bergdorf Goodman and later for Tiffany where he replaced Gene Moore upon his retirement. Later, Shimko was approached by a design company in Tokyo where he then became a director for 15 years. While his time in Japan, he also had stores and a gallery in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Between his time in Provincetown and Tokyo, Shimko bought, designed, remodeled and opened Century Palm Springs in the Warm Sands area of Palm Springs which was quickly awarded 5 Palms.
Woody Shimko’s partner, Ray Nocera, was instrumental in the gallery opening so Shimko would have “a place to show and feature” his coffee tables that he designs and creates.
Woodman/Shimko Gallery Provincetown
346 Commercial St.
Provincetown, MA 02657
Hours: Closed for the winter.