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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Join us for our aquatic themed art show in March! Show runs from March 1 – March 31. Reception will be Friday, March 3, 6:00pm to 9:00 pm.
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
Larry Brenden, John F. Johnson & Ann Ranlett will have work in this year’s juried Fine Art Exhibition at the California State Fair. The Fair and Art Exhibition runs July 10th – 26th. Ann will also demo scratchboard at the … 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
February 1 – 28 Artists’ Reception: Saturday, February 14th, 6 – 9 pm Our artists make it easy to be original and creative for Valentine’s Day! You’ll find hand-crafted hearts in a variety of mediums, including glass, metal, ceramic, fabric, … Continue reading
A number of the Gallery’s artists teach classes in a variety of subjects For more information about our instructors or for classes not listed in the calendar above, see the links below. Patty Pieropan Dong – Art Workshops Patty teaches drawing and painting. For … Continue reading
Newcastle resident Ann Ranlett is an award-winning artist & illustrator who focuses on pet, animal & nature subjects rendered in scratchboard, watercolor, pencil or mixed media. Ann’s scratchboard drawings are finely detailed and realistic. She accepts commissions for pet & … Continue reading