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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Art by Medium
Voted Best of the Best Art Gallery
2007, 2009, 2011 - 2013, 2015 - 2017
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Craig Telles was born in New Bedford, MA, and has lived up and down the east coast, and in the San Francisco Bay area. He currently lives in Rough and Ready (yes, really) amidst the foothills of the Sierra Nevada … Continue reading
Sherron Totter says she was born to make pottery, starting as a young child playing in the mud. She always knew from a young age what she was going to do. High school ceramics class followed, and then a Fine … Continue reading
Lorelee Love has been working with clay for nearly 20 years. She has taken many art classes in places ranging from UNR in Nevada to numerous colleges here in California. She started as a painter but has found working with … Continue reading
Linda Whiteside has been involved with the arts most of her life and has been sculpting for the past 13 years. She works primarily in clay and draws her inspiration from nature, the human spirit, and cultural differences. She makes … Continue reading
Lana Federico has been involved in the arts most all of her life and has been sculpting for the past fifteen years. She is a prominent San Francisco artist who recently moved to the Folsom area. Her work has been … Continue reading
Lisa Bone has always had a creative side. She has worked with gourds, faux finishes, various crafts and home remodeling; but, it’s clay that consistently keeps her interested. She was first introduced to ceramics while attending college at the State … Continue reading
Terry Accomando creates functional and decorative ceramic pieces with interesting details, structure and textures. Her beautiful glazes highlight the form of her works Visit Terry’s web site ceramix