The Alley Gallery – Sonoma

Located in the LaHaye Art Center, which has been a hub of artistic activity in Sonoma since 1979, Alley Gallery is a “Pop-up Gallery” that is an elegant, versatile space which allows artists to present their work in a truly authentic way.

It is a venue which encourages artists to connect more directly with the people who are most likely to become their clients,

Hours are variable and determined by the artists.

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For detailed directions check the Find Us page.


Current Exhibition: September 4 – 26

Fred Parker
New Paintings 2021

For the entire month of September Sonoma County artist Fred Parker will be hosting his sixth Alley Gallery exhibition.  Fred will be available in the gallery from 1PM – 6PM every day except Mondays from September 4th – 26th.

As in previous years,  Fred will set up an easel in the gallery and will be working on his newest painting while awaiting visitors.

For more information on Fred Parker, or to see more examples of his work, please visit parkerfineart.com


Previous Exhibitions:

 

Roberta Ahrens

WATER DANCE


Edwin Hamilton & Jenifer Kent

The Shape of Time


“BEING”
SANDY YOUNG

Presenting Sandy Young’s new work in mixed media with kiln-formed glass.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see the complete “Being” Series (to date). Show lasts 4 Days Only!

Open the following Hours and by appointment:

Thursday, June 6: Reception from 5:30-7:30
Friday, June 7: 11 am – 6 pm
Saturday, June 8: Noon – 5 pm
Sunday, June 9: Noon – 5 pm

To set up an appointment outside of these hours, call 707-766-4519

More information about Sandy Young: sandyyoung.com


Reiteration


David Pleydell-Bouverie commissioned 2 bronze sculptures by Jim Callahan to honor the wildlife that surrounded him on his ranch in Glen Ellen and to help educate the visitors to his land about the abundant life there.

The wildfires of October, 2017 burned over 75% of the Bouverie Audubon Preserve and several buildings and their contents were destroyed.

One of the sculptures survived and one did not.

An installation in Alley Gallery hints at the enormous power and nurturing resilience of nature.