Livermore Art Association

Jan Watling

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


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