Nancy Hoover 

Debbie Hussey
Jim Kervin
Peggy Kervin

Maryann Kot 

Kerry McGehee
Elena Morris

Sue Principe 

​Carolyn Ramsey

Akio Aochi

Patricia Benson
Emily Chin 

Carol Faber-Peake
Bob Gardner

Karen Fleschler Sharon Gardner 

Amy Greenberg

Helen Harrison

Upstairs in the Historic Carnegie Building, 2155 3rd Street, Livermore. Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 11:30 am to 4:00 pm  and Sunday, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm.  925 449-9927. 

© Nancy Hoover 

Judy Rice 

Helene Marie Roylance

Gail Ruvalcaba
Barbara Stanton
Charlene Stark

Sue Vincent
Jan Watling
Norma Webb

Lorraine Wells

​© Karen Fleschler

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​© Helene Rylance    

2D Artist for the Month of February: Karen Fleschler, watercolor artist, has been painting for many years. Last year she went to New Zealand and was able to visit where they filmed Lord of the Rings in an area called Hobbiton. This painting is titled "The Shire." 

Helene Marie Rylance, Watercolorist

Helene enjoys both studio and plein air painting. Although she had done art all her life, she only began experimenting with watercolors a few years ago. She enjoys the challenge and versatility of the medium, bringing supplies with her when she travels.  

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© Norma Webb 

3D Artists of the Month for February  at  LAA Gallery: Peggy Kervin is a glass artist specializing in fashioning creatures in soft glass. With the coming of Valentine's Day, these cute creatures loe to give their friends a giant heart. 

​© Barb Johnson 

Livermore Art Association Gallery 

Nancy Hoover began as a sketch artist at age 12, drawing illustrations for an instructional book about ceramics. Later, she acquired a degree in graphic design and also became a watercolor artist. Ten years ago, Nancy found her passion for jewelry design. She has attended William Holland School of Lapidary Arts in Georgia, and Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts in San Francisco. Her silver and goldsmithing skills along with her love of gemstones combines to create unique and eye-catching art jewelry pieces. “I aspire to have all of my jewelry be a piece of wearable art. I try to think ‘out of the box’ and use my metal-smithing and design skills to create jewelry which shows balance and beauty yet not always be symmetrical or ‘expected’. Using precious and semi-precious gems to showcase their color and energy to give the wearer that special feel, is my goal.”   

Barb’s Statement: “I have been a potter for over 40 years.  I chose clay because of the endless formations and incredible intensifying colors that can be created through the many combinations of glazes and firings. I work with three different clays; earthenware, and two high fire porcelains.  Within the past three years I have expanded to mosaics using many of my handmade pieces as well as stained glass.  I take much of my inspiration from nature and have incorporated the use of leaves from my garden, including grape, fig, passion vine, lotus, ivy, etc. I am not a production potter; each piece of pottery is individually created, one-of-a-kind and never exactly duplicated.  All of the glazes I use are food safe and are durable enough to be used inside or out as mini ponds with water or simply for display.”

LAA Gallery's Artists of the Month

Newest LAA Gallery Members  

​© Peggy Kervin 

Barb Johnson is the Special Guest Artist at the LAA Gallery through the end of March; Please stop by and see her beautiful work. 

The LAA Gallery Shares space with the Livermore Heritage Guild,

upstairs in the historic Carnegie Library Building.