The Livermore Art Association (LAA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1957 to promote public interest and appreciation in the fine arts and in the fine crafts, as well as to encourage the artistic progress and the development of its membership. We invite you to become a member of LAA. LAA membership is open to anyone interested in the fields of arts and crafts. Learn more about LAA.

Dates of Interest

LAA/PAL Meeting LAA/PAL Meeting : Program by Gary Bergren on Monday, February 9, 2015, 7:30 pm Gary‘s works are varied as he enjoys western / southwest art (sometimes referred to as Cowboy and Indian art), landscape art / painting (including Mt Diablo), portrait painting, commissioned painting, and autumn / fall painting / art. His works have been likened to those of Charles H White, Frederic Remington, James Bama, Howard Terpning, and Jim Fox. www.WesternPainter.com

Fresh Starts at the LAA Gallery through April. Golden Gate Bridge by Mike Robels The Livermore Art Association Gallery opens the year with a new show titled Fresh Starts. Along with new work from current member artists, Fresh Starts will feature artwork by new gallery members that include Lynn Bernstein, who works in pastels and does landscapes and seascapes, Mike Robles, who renders a variety of subjects in watercolor or acrylics, and Eric Willyerd a woodworker who produces assorted bowls and platters. The gallery also welcomes back former members, Bob Gardner a potter and Sharon Gardner who fabricates hand woven textiles. Additionally, January will spotlight the work of three guest artists; abstract and representational genres by watercolorist Linda Sailors, black and white photographs by Walter Davies, and abstract oil paintings by Courtney Jacobs. Please make time to come by and see what‘s new!
Pictured above is the Golden Gate Bridge by Mike Robles

Grapes to Wine in Art from Jan 25th through Feb 27th: Livermore Art Association will showcase fine art pertaining to vineyards and winemaking. This event will celebrate local artist’ appreciation for living and producing art in our own wine making region. There are 27 artists showing over 40 pieces of art in a wide variety of mediums. Entries include photography, paintings, drawings, papercuts, and mixed media 3D art.