Livermore Art Association

Jan Watling

Quilling,  Drop by the Gallery to see how Jan has mastered the art of paper curling.  

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Carol Eicher at the LAA Gallery

Guest Artist for May & June 

​Carol Says: I always felt fortunate that I was born into a family of artists. Both of my parents, my grandmother, and some of my aunts and uncles were considered artists, although I doubt that any of them ever sold a painting. Their homes were filled with their art work and paintings were often given as gifts. I was provided with paints and brushes at a very young age and was expected to “be creative.”

Today I get my inspiration for my paintings from travel, working from my sketch book and photos taken during my travels. For the past 10 years I spent a year in Hawaii, and traveled twice to Italy, toured Greece, and made several trips to Mexico.

© Carol Eicher 

​​Our Artists Showing at Other Venues 

John Trimingham, Acrylic paintings, including mid-century retro style, at the Sanctuary, 2369 First Street, Livermore through the end of August. 

© Elena Morris 

Guest Artists at LAA Gallery Through the Month of June 


Elena Morris

Oil Paintings, landscapes, seascapes, florals plus felted jewelry, scarves & accessories. 

LAA Gallery is at 2155 Third Ave., Livermore, upstairs in the Carnegie Building. Hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 11:30 am to 4:00 pm and Sundays 10:00 am to 2:30 pm.

Open During the Farmers Market, Thursday until 8:00 pm and Sundays. 

© Karen Barry

© John Trimingham 

Karen Barry, Printmaker, May 16 - June 20 on the PAL Wall, upstairs at the Firehouse Art Center, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton. “I use traditional printmaking techniques: woodcut, linocut, metal plate etching, and stone lithography. I am inspired by places and people that are special to me, near and far; in my backyard and half way around the world. I want to suspend a moment in time, in the distant past, yesterday, or maybe tomorrow.” 

© Jan Watling