From Art at the Source to A Street Galleries, Sonoma County has a rich tradition of nurturing the arts. Many artists have chosen to make their home here often using the natural beauty as their inspiration. Check out our complete gallery listings and articles.
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|2017-05-24May 24, 2017
Daughter of a woodworking father and a mother skilled as a woodblock carver and painter, Janet Doto found art to be a natural outlet during her 23 years in the Air Force.
|2017-05-22May 22, 2017
Can a young woman from rural Sonoma County find happiness working in an upscale art gallery in Santa Rosa? For Camille Marie Palmer the answer is a resounding “Yes.” The manager of the Calabi Gallery on Tenth Street, Camille says that from an early age her parents instilled in her “an appreciation for art.”
|2017-04-27Apr 27, 2017
“A Place To Call Home” continues to tell the stories of the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless.
|2017-04-26Apr 26, 2017
On the square of the beautiful and historic town of Sonoma, sits a tiny shop, Large Leather, dedicated to the ancient art form of leather tooling. It is historically, one of the earliest forms of recycling in the history of Mankind.
|2017-04-22Apr 22, 2017
Sebastopol Center for the Arts presents a preview exhibit May 18 - June 11, 2017 featuring the work of the 119 artists participating in the Art at the Source Open Studio event on the first two weekends in June.
|2017-04-03Apr 3, 2017
To begin our celebration of Sebastopol Gallery’s 10th anniversary, we are featuring the work of one member artist in each window of the gallery during April and May. Our anniversary party will come later, in July.
|2017-04-01Apr 1, 2017
The Petaluma Arts Center presents the NeuwPolitic: Artists Explore, a juried regional competition, on display from April 4 to May 20, 2017.
|2017-03-30Mar 30, 2017
As gatekeepers of our planet, let’s celebrate Mother Earth by nurturing nature and art at the Day on the Green at the Village, April 29.
|2017-03-28Mar 28, 2017
“I usually start with a blank canvas but with no plan.” Painter Kari DeSaulnier smiles, then continues.
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