Eugenia Zobelwill show her lovely porcelain paintings ​on the PAL Wall, from August 31 to October 5, upstairs at the Firehouse Art Center, 4444 Railroad, Pleasanton. Hours are Wednesday-Friday,. 12:00 to 5:00 pm and Saturday, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. www.FirehouseArts.org  925 931-4848. 

​​​© Joanne Spurr 

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 from 10:00 to 2:30. 

​​© Jennie McGregor 

Joanne Spurr works in Watercolor & Colored Pencil: After retiring from a career in public education, she found time once again to develop her life-long passion for art. Studying with various local artists, she began to notice the world around her with new eyes. Looking at flowers or at wildlife became a study of shapes, hues, values, and textures. Interpreting all of that left her with the important task of provoking thought and reflection in the mind of the viewer.

​​© Sue Vincent 

© Eugenia Zobel

Bette Goosman, Livermore Vineyards, at the Robert Livermore Center, 444 East Ave., Livermore through the end of September.


David Casterson in in the San Pablo Art Gallery's current show, "As I See It" until September 24. 13831 San Pablo Ae., Maple Hall, Building 4, San Pablo. www.DavidCasterson.com


Ron and Lisa Rigge are displaying their photographs in "After My Day Job", through the end of October at McGuire Real Estate, 2991 College Ave., Berkeley. 

Jennie McGregor,Photographer: Jennie is an award-winning photographer, who specializes in macro (small stuff) photography of flowers as well as images of local Livermore landscapes and seascapes of the central California coast.  She is best known for her images of downtown Livermore, capturing this mid-sized city with its small-town character and its easy, slightly eccentric charm.

​​​LAA Artists showing at Other Venues 

Featured Artists 

Livermore Art Association

Current Featured Artists at LAA Gallery:

Sue Vincent loves making teapots of all sorts, experimenting with different techniques and different clay bodies. Her favorites are Navajo Wheel, a dark reddish clay and Cassius Basalt, a black clay (Cassius Clay) for cone 6 firings at her new studio. Sue also loves to Raku and Pitfire. These processes allow for instantly seeing the results of the glazing technique. They also allow her to be more closely involved in the entire process.

Guest Artist Currently Showing at the LAA Gallery 

​​© Jennie McGregor