The LAA Gallery in the Carnegie Building on 3rd Street is now open on weekends!
Saturdays 11:00 to 3:00 and Sundays 10:00 to 2:00
Now open during the Farmer's Market Thursdays 3:30 to 7:30.
If you haven’t been in the Gallery for awhile, come and see us!
Our online store remains open as well. We do curbside pickup.
We are a co-op of artists covering many media, including 2D, 3D and jewelry art. We sell unique paintings (watercolors, acrylics and oils), prints using quilled paper or pressed flowers, one-of-a-kind pottery, glassware, jewelry, scarves, and purses that show off our artistic flair.
The LAA gallery is now open Thursdays during the Farmer's Market, 3:30 to 7:30pm.
LAA's Plein Air Competition is taking place this weekend, June 4-5-6, with registration and judging at Carnegie Park. Look for plein air painters around town, painting downtown buildings, vineyards, hills and 1890's homes. Judging and art sales will be held on June 6 at 3 pm at Carnegie Park - around the Bandstand at 4th and K Streets.
Patricia Benson - Michael F. Bland - Emily Chin - Carol Faber-Peake - Karen Fleschler - Amy Greenberg - Helen Harrison - Nancy Hoover - Barbara Johnson - Jim Kervin - Peggy Kervin - Carina King - Joe Milelli - Meghana Mitragotri - Kerry McGehee - Elena Morris - Carolyn Ramsey - Judy Rice - Helene Marie Roylance - Gail Ruvalcaba - Barbara Stanton - Charlene Stark - Sue Vincent - Jan Watling - Norma Webb - Lorraine Wells
Carina King is a fused glass artist. She bases her glass pieces on her Northern California tribal heritage, incorporating traditional basket designs. Although her degree is in engineering, she has been making art with seed beads as a child, stained glass at 13 years old, and now fused glass. Carina has always worked with her hands creating things from her environment. Her website: californianativeglass.com
Meghana Mitragotri is a watercolor artist. She chose the sheer versatility of water paints since the resulting array of shades, movement, textures and hues bring to life her idea of natural beauty and a level of serenity in the painting. Growing up in a diverse community where her family were scientists, she elevated her creative interests in art, languages, classical music and dance. Her website: daintlymade.weebly.com
The Gallery is located upstairs in the historic Carnegie Library a few blocks from downtown Livermore. It shares space with the Livermore Heritage Guild.
Upstairs in the Historic Carnegie Building, 2155 3rd Street, Livermore
03:30 pm – 07:30 pm
11:30 am – 03:30 pm
10:00 am – 02:00 pm