Hours were updated.
Hours were updated.
Art shows are back at E Street Gallery.
E Street Gallery will open with a Group Show for Second Saturday on May 8, 2021 from 5-9 pm. Artists showing in the central gallery: Dave Hodapp, Larry Love, Carlaina Brown, Chris Thompson, Marc Cardinet, Laura Nolan-Boyd, Linda Gelfman, Aniko Kiezel, Cher...
Setting up the March Show at E Street Gallery
March at E Street Gallery
20/20: Collective Vision
Butte College Faculty Art Show
20/20: Collective Vision is an exhibition featuring artwork from a group of Faculty at Butte Community College. Working in various types of media including ceramic, painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, and fib...
Coming up "In the Mix" time to see the studios, annual tour featuring Gelfman, Hacker, Hodapp, Thompson, Tubiolo and Co. Sept 8, 10am-9p; Sept 9, 10am-5p
Thank you to old and new friends for coming out to see the March show of paintings and sculpture! Pictured Cherie Hacker with her Boxes on Wheels sculptures.
Here to greet you today until 4 p.m. Final hours of the show with art exhibited throughout the complex, come on by!
Saturday extended hours 11am - 6 pm and Sunday 11 to 4p. A show not to be missed will not be seen anywhere else ends this weekend.
April brings the 6th Capital Clay Invitational to E Street Gallery. Opening Reception is April 14th from 6 to 9 PM.
- Darren GThis eclectic gallery has a lot of interesting things to look at, including some artists Studios. A very talented local artist Helen Henert supervised a silent auction for Joshua House with theme of "Shelter". These funds were raised to pay for a respite house for terminally ill homeless. Before the auction started, there was an artists reception. Having entered a contribution of my own in a poem titled "Seeking Simple Shelter", I got to meet some great local artists and enjoy cheese and wine while I played classical music on My Guitar.
- Pamela NGreat variety of artist's studios with a central gallery. Fun to visit during the Sacramento Art Walk. Make sure you go all the way to the back of the building, there's more Art and ceramics to discover.
- dorothy eThis old building hides some fabulous artists. Many of the studio residents are art professors. My two favourite ceramic artist are housed there. It has a large bare bones display gallery that focuses on the art. You can actually view art without being bumped by another person. One drawback is they have narrow viewing times. Overall Luv!