Livermore Art Association Gallery
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.
Hours: 11:30 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday through Sunday.
11:30 PM - 8 PM Third Thursday of May to Third Thursday of October (Farmer's Market)
- Location: 2155 Third Street
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Fresh Starts: 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 oils, 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!
Featured Artists at the LAA Gallery are Liz Messer and Carolyn Ramsey.
Liz has had a strong influence on the arts in Livermore since she moved here from Michigan in 2013, not only by the beauty of her work but also by her volunteerism to promote the arts in Livermore in general. Liz’s mosaic art includes wall hangings, mirrors and picture frames, created with a variety of glass, pottery and other treasures. Her art is inspired by the world around her, from oil paintings and pieces of fabric to scenes in nature. Themes include anything from funky to floral and anything in between.
Carolyn has been an incredibly active member of not just the Livermore Arts world, but the Livermore community in general, for many decades. Carolyn’s watercolors let your imagination leap into some of the most beautiful landscapes and architecture of the Livermore Valley. Her unique style of realism exudes an impressionistic flair; creating scenes that are as alluring as they are captivating.