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
in 2007, 2009, 2011 - 2013, 2015, 2016
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Auburn Old Town Gallery marks its 20th year in business with an Anniversary Celebration beginning September 13th. Join us on the 13th from 1 – 5 pm for festivities that include artists demonstrations, refreshments, cake, face painting for the kids, … Continue reading
Artists’ reception and demos in conjunction with the Auburn Art Walk: Thursday, June 11th, 6 – 9 pm “Picture This” is a month-long show that highlights the Gallery’s 2-dimensional art. During the Art Walk, watch over the artists’ shoulders and … 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
Jane Welles is an artist who enjoys painting the landscape on location, using oil, pastels, or watercolor. This award-winning artist was an art major at CSUS and is a co-founder of the Nevada County Plein Air Painters, a group of … Continue reading
Joanne Johnson‘s artistic talents include pastels and watercolor, as well as wood sculptures. Her paintings include local landscapes, still life and floral that combine softness with a high level of detail. In her wood sculptures she uses the ancient art … Continue reading
Patty Pieropan Dong lives in rural Auburn and enjoys working in a variety of media: oils, pastels, watercolors and woodblock printing. Her subjects include California landscapes, still life and portraits. Disappearing relics are a recurring theme throughout much of her … Continue reading