Livermore Art Association Gallery

Carnegie Building, Livermore by Jennie McGregor The Livermore Art Association Gallery is a local retail location which features work or local artists and artisans. Work encompasses a wide range of media, including painting, photography, wood carving, pottery, fabric art and jewelry.

The Livermore Art Association Gallery is staffed and run by the artists that display their work at the gallery.

Come in and shop for unique gifts for unique people. Meet the local artists and learn about art.

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As we ring in the New Year, the LAA Gallery, the only art gallery in Livermore, is looking to bring in a couple of new artists. The LAA Gallery, allows an artist, not only a display opportunity in the Tri-Valley, but also the camaraderie with belonging to a small co-op gallery. An artist, displaying their work at the LAA Gallery, can discover what work sells and also play with price points that work in the local economy. Currently, we have a position for a 2-d artist (work that hangs on a wall) and a 3-d artist (ceramics, wood carving or just about any art that displays on a shelf). To learn more, please send email to Diana Carey at or call the LAA Gallery at 925-449-9927.

Fall Into Winter: Orange, Pink Mum by Kerry McGhee Stop by and check out the new show at the Livermore Art Association Gallery; “Fall Into Winter”. Along with all new works from our current artists the show highlights the work of our 2 new gallery artists, Kerry McGehee and Sandra Berkson. Kerry is a fine art nature photographer with a preference for California landscape and macro work. Sandra works in a variety of materials on paper and canvas that include acrylics, oils, pastels, and collage. Her work draws from nature’s textures, colors, movement, and harshness in an attempt to capture the natural world’s ambiguity and power. The show will run through December.

 Barb Johnson Magical Autumn Leaves The gallery is also hosting guest artists Barbara Johnson and Arena Shawn. Barbara creates pottery & mosaics that focus on nature; in particular sunflowers, the ocean, and sea turtles using combinations of glazes & firings that produce interesting formations and intense colors. Arena is a physicist-turned artist who is currently studying classical drawing and painting at the Golden Gate Atelier in San Francisco. Her drawings and paintings reflect quiet light, subtle colors and playful shapes exhibited by everyday objects.