Tag: Gallery in Mendocino

  • The Gallery Mendocino

    The Gallery Mendocino is located in the historic village of Mendocino in Main Street Square. Founded by owner/artist Jessica Jade Norris, we feature a variety of original art created by talented local artists including paintings, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, fiber arts, and more! Our mission is to offer high-quality hand-created works Read more [...]

  • Panache Gallery

    Inside the historic Eugene Brown building (1878) is the beautiful Panache Gallery, located on Main Street which overlooks the glorious Pacific Ocean. In 1984, Susan Cimmiyotti started Panache Gallery, originally located in the old Beacon Building, selling mostly estate jewelry. Over the years Panache has expanded to include art glass, Read more [...]

  • Mendocino Art Center

    The Mendocino Art Center is situated 150 miles north of San Francisco overlooking a rugged expanse of the Pacific Ocean in the charming coastal village of Mendocino. A haven for artists since 1959, today The Mendocino Art Center is a highly regarded artistic and educational institution offering more than 150 Read more [...]

  • The Highlight Gallery

    The Highlight Gallery is situated on Main Street in Mendocino California, facing beautiful Mendocino Bay. Looking west, we see out to sea and the evening sunsets. The view is spectacular with crashing waves, billowing clouds, migrating whales and beautiful sunsets. Sometimes the view stops us in our tracks as we Read more [...]

  • Prentice Gallery

    Located right on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, The Prentice Gallery offers one of the finest collections of local art in Mendocino County. The addition of exceptional custom framing, sometimes the same day, is what sets The Prentice Gallery apart. While wandering down Main Street, in the Village of Read more [...]

  • Mendocino Jewelry Studio

    In 2001, Nancy Gardner opened the Mendocino Jewelry Studio which features Gardner’s work along with a growing selection of other local accomplished jewelers, painters, ceramicists, and stained glass artists. As Gardner says “to exhibit work in my shop, first one has to be local, second one has to be good”. Read more [...]