Lost Art Glassworks 17501 Highway 12, Sonoma, CA95476 Lost Art Glassworks is a gallery selling art made by glass artist Lary Brookins. Art objects sold in this space include…More glass globes, sculptures, lamps, stained glass windows and more.
Beverly Prevost is one of five resident artists at the La Haye Art Center on E. Napa St. She specializes in clay art…More and her workspace is filled with intricate ceramics, pottery pieces and handmade vessels. Her art studio borders on the communal garden space maintained by the artists at the Center.</p>
<p>When she is not in her art studio, Prevost spends time as an active member of the Sonoma community and has served on the Board of Directors for the Sonoma Valley Jazz Society. She is also a founder of the Sonoma Arts Guild. She enjoys teaching art as well, and is one of the original artists to reside at the La Haye Art Center. If you are interested in viewing her artwork, call or visit the art studio.</p>
A New Leaf Gallery & Sculpture Site 23588 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA95476 A New Leaf Gallery & Sculpture Site is a Bay Area art gallery that focuses primarily on contemporary sculpture. The…More gallery features dynamic works by emerging and internationally recognized artists in an upscale setting. The gallery offers consulting services for those interested in purchasing art. There is also an on-site cafe.
The David Thom Band 450 1st St E, Sonoma, CA95476 The David Thom Band is a traditional acoustic bluegrass band, available for various engagements in and around the…More greater Bay Area. The band is known for its harmonization and its deft solos. A calendar listing upcoming performances is available on the band's <a href="http://TheDTB.com">Web site</a>.
Hipkiss Family Gallery 414 1st St E, Sonoma, CA95476 Hipkiss Family Gallery is a part of the cluster of shops tucked into the back of the El Paseo De Sonoma plaza. The…More gallery features the art of the Hipkiss family including painter Caroline and sculptor Cynthia. Patrons of the gallery like to stop by to support the two local artists and view their works in progress. Caroline uses acrylic and paints on birch mounted to wood, and Cynthia's porcelain sculptures evoke humor with whimsical characters.
Community-supported Sonoma Valley Museum of Art was established in 1999 and is open to the public. It features…More contemporary artwork from around the world and has shown work by Picasso, Rembrandt and Goya. There is a good selection of books about art and artists, as well as a small cafe. The large, open space features a 3,000-square-foot main gallery and several smaller ones, including an interactive studio for adults and children. </p>
<p>Free docent-led tours are available every Saturday and Sunday. Classes pertaining to special exhibits are held throughout the year, as are children's programs and an adult series.</p>
The Arts Guild of Sonoma is a non-profit organization serving as a public gallery for local and Bay Area artists.…More Founded in 1977, the guild is the longest continually operating artists' cooperative in California and is housed in a welcoming gallery on East Napa Street in downtown Sonoma. The Arts Guild is a major contributor to the local art scene in Sonoma and maintains ongoing artist exhibits that rotate once a month and are open to the public. Works include oil paintings, jewelry, photography, sculpture and pottery.</p>
<p>Additionally, the guild strives to "pick up the slack" of lacking art education in local schools and offers community art mentoring and outreach, and annually produces the "Small but Grand Works," exhibit, a summer mentoring program for Sonoma Valley High School students.</p>
Terra Firma Gallery 452 1st St E, Sonoma, CA95476 Terra Firma Gallery is a truly unique art space located in downtown Sonoma. The gallery specializes in Shona sculptures,…More a specific stone artform that originated in Zimbabwe. The gallery is filled with lively works of art, including animal and human stone sculptures and brightly-colored oil paintings of African origin. While the gallery is best known for its Shona stone pieces, there is also a large collection of pearl and diamond jewelry. A free pearl grading class recently launched for the community.
Reduced Shakespeare Company 19445 Riverside Dr, Sonoma, CA95476 The Reduced Shakespeare Company is a performing arts group of three talented men whose only objective is to make you…More laugh. Their specialty is to take serious topics and make them into short witty comedies. Check out the Web site to see tour dates, buy tickets or hear some of the group's work.
Northbay Gallery located in the heart of Sonoma directly across from the historic town square is filled with…More beautiful paintings, glass art, jewelry, funature and more. Owner Donna Eremian and her delightful staff warmly welcome every customer and browser into the gallery and are happy to answer any questions about the artwork and artists. The staff is knowledgeable about the town and areas beyond, too, and eager to share local favorites to all.</p>
<p>The staff often has special events celebrating and showcasing artists and their art. The gallery offers insured shipping to anywhere around the world. There is a second Northbay gallery in Yountville, CA in Napa Valley, too.</p>
Jim Callahan is founder of the La Haye Art Center, a welcoming and friendly public artists' studio, which…More operates out of the historic Gottenburg's garage in downtown Sonoma. One of the three original artists involved in renovating this historic space dating back to 1910, Callahan has maintained an active presence in the Sonoma arts community since founding La Haye in 1980.</p>
<p>Callahan's studio space is located in the front of the Center and visitors are welcomed by his works in progress, including large bronze sculptures of wild animals.</p>
Tucked away in the maze of shops and galleries at 27 East Napa Street, and located in the historic J.G. Marcy Stable…More built in 1886, B. Brackett Fine Art is off the beaten path, and well worth exploring.</p>
<p>Brennie Brackett works in pastels and now in oils, her palette is vibrant and her still lifes and animal subjects are accessible to all. Ms. Brackett's mastery of the pastel medium has afforded her numerous awards. Stop by to chat and meet two of her favorite subjects, Harley and Daphne, her Norwich Terriers.</p>
Lisa Kristine Gallery 452 1st St E, Sonoma, CA95476 The Lisa Kristine Gallery exhibits the work of photographer Lisa Kristine. A San Francisco based artist, her…More photographs investigate the lives of indigenous peoples. Kristine hopes to inspire a dialogue about the diversity of our connected world.
Off Square Glass Studio 254 1st St E, Sonoma, CA95476 Off Square Glass Studio is a custom glass blowing studio. The company offers a wide range of glass products and designs,…More specializing in blown glass work and custom projects, for residential and commercial clients, as well as lighting fixtures, sconces, decorative glassware and more. Instructional classes are also available.
Sonoma City Opera 484 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Sonoma City Opera is a non-profit organization that brings opera of international repute to the stage in Sonoma. Since…More 1984, Sonoma City Opera has produced works such as Mozart's Figaro, The Barber of Seville by Rossini and Alice in Wonderland by Robert Chalus. Sonoma City Opera and artistic director Antoinette J. Kuhry welcomes the public to become members, sponsors and donors to help keep opera alive in Sonoma.
Sonoma Stage Works 755 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Creative Director and playwright, Todd Evans, presents Sonoma Stage Works. A non-profit theatre company, Sonoma Stage…More Works had a 2010 Summer Season that offered four stage productions, including Agatha Christie's classic, Murder on the Nile. The office can be found in a graceful, older home on Broadway, under two towering Canary Island Palms.
Changing Seasons Gallery & Gifts 103 W Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Changing Seasons Gallery & Gifts is located on the corner across from the historic town square. It offers fine art…More representing the best of local, regional and international artists' paintings, art glass, Moorcroft art pottery and hand-crafted gifts. Proprietor Ingrid Martinez is welcoming and very knowledgeable about everything in her store, and she is always happy to answer questions and share information about the pieces on display. Changing Seasons Gallery & Gifts was established in 2002 and prides itself on customer satisfaction. The store is internationally known for its high quality art and sought-after selection of Moorcroft pottery. The gallery also holds special events and presentations by the Moorcroft chairman Hugh Edwards and esteemed designer Emma Bossons.
Stacia Brady 148 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Stacia Brady is one of five artists working and maintaining the La Haye Art Center in downtown Sonoma. Brady's work…More space at the Center is enlivened with her bright and colorful paintings with an equestrian theme. When Brady is not painting, she manages a local Sonoma barn. Visitors to her studio quickly understand that her passion for horses heavly influences her work. The La Haye Center is open to the public and if you stop in you'll likely find one of the resident artists in the process of sculpting, painting or sketching. The artists lend a warm welcome and the space is full of unique works to view and purchase.
Saret Gallery 111 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 The Saret Gallery, located just off the Sonoma Park Plaza, specializes in fine art photography and offers rotating…More exhibits year round. The gallery's owner, Amy Saret, has maintained the gallery at this location for 10 years and has 29 years under her belt with a previous gallery in Palo Alto. Amy's friendship with Ansel Adams has inspired her dedicated focus on displaying contemporary artwork in her gallery. The gallery is well-regarded for its contemporary and vintage photography with collectible pieces for sale.
Red Wolf Gallery On The Plaza 134 Church St, Sonoma, CA95476 Eclectic metal sculpture and a fun, colorful sign greet you as you pass through a gate and into the Red Wolf's front…More yard. Inside there are bright paintings and prints by local artists, principally Judy Theo and Thomas Patrick. You can also find some handmade jewelry for sale in the gallery. Even though the address of this art gallery is on Church Street, the entrance is on West 1st Street, down a walkway right in between Sign of the Bear Kitchenware and the Fairmont Gallery.
Sonoma Ballet Conservatory 561 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Sonoma Ballet Conservatory teaches a curriculum based on the Royal Academy of Dance. The conservatory offers classes in…More Jazz, Flamenco, Character, Modern, Drama, Feldenkrais, Gyrokenisis, Pilates, Conditioning, Stretching and Yoga.
Sonoma Gallery 539 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Sonoma Gallery exhibits and sells the works of local artists in the Sonoma Valley area. The gallery features works in…More sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and prints, all available for sale at affordable prices. Admission to the gallery is free, and patrons are invited to drop in and explore the works of such local artists as Jennifer Cabaud, Brooks Anderson and Mary Jane Welch.
The Fairmont Gallery 447 1st St W, Sonoma, CA95476 Colors, textures, and emotions of wine country landscapes are displayed in various media in this small gallery in the…More downtown Sonoma plaza. Owner Manette Fairmont is also a national award-winning artist and an interior consultant. Her works are sometimes featured alongside a variety of local Sonoman and visiting or relocated artists working in oils, watercolor and pastel to capture the outdoor experience of the area. Fairmont's aim is to "introduce a variety of expressions and techniques to the viewer." She hopes to "touch your heart as well as your mind." Exhibits change periodically. Check the website, give a call or just drop in to see what beautiful works are currently being displayed.