Location218 Washington Street in the heart of historic Old Town Auburn, in the old livery stable building, next to Bootlegger's restaurant. Click here for a map and directions.
10 am - 6 pm Sunday - Wednesday
10 am - 9 pm Thursday, Friday & Saturday.
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Voted Best of the Best Art Gallery
2007, 2009, 2011 - 2013, 2015 - 2017
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We are thrilled to welcome Connie Rodriguez to our gallery! Connie’s background is in Art and Psychology, and her art is heavily influenced by dreams and the imagery from them. As a contemporary artist, Connie is inspired by nature, dreams, … Continue reading
Auburn Old Town Gallery presents Confluence of Style during the month of October. Pairs of our artists have collaborated, using two very different mediums to create unique one of a kind pieces of art! Come and see what your favorite artists … Continue reading
Connie Rodriguez is an award-winning contemporary artist from Northern California who paints in both non-objective and expressionistic styles. Connie plays with acrylic and mixed media to produce her paintings. Her work has appeared in local and international art magazines. “I am … Continue reading
The Auburn Old Town Gallery is featuring artwork representing Flora and Fauna in April. There will be a reception during the ArtWalk on April 7 from 6-9. Ann Ranlett will be demonstrating Scratch board, Jaime Baxter will be demonstrating batik style … Continue reading
Grass Valley resident Sandy Lindblad is a contemporary pet portrait artist with a unique style combining impressionism & expressionism. She graduated from the Art Academy in San Francisco with a BFA in Advertising and one in Illustration. After graduation, she painted “Western” … Continue reading
Joan Sexton has worked in watercolor and pastel for more than twenty years and loved every minute of it. She prefers to go out in nature and find a scene that fills her with excitement. Abstract art also calls to … Continue reading
Granite Bay gourd artist Jenn Norpchen‘s life has always been influenced by art. With a degree in Interior Design and a minor in Fine Arts, she used her background in ceramics and sculpture to meld the two mediums. She is … Continue reading
Linda Miller loves painting and miniatures, but she also enjoys painting large canvases and walls. Fine detail and brilliant colors are always a part of her work whether it’s a 1″x 1″ pin or an 8′ x 10′ wall. Some … Continue reading
Barbara Hoffman finds watercolors to be the most expressive magical way to explore her ideas as she paints detailed still lifes, expressive landscapes, figurative works and abstracts. Arts education is a way of life for Barbara, having taught art at … Continue reading