The LAA Gallery in the Carnegie Building on 3rd Street will be opening on a limited basis as soon as the county gives the word. In the meantime, the Gallery is working on new shows for Spring and Summer, starting with a Mother’s Day Show outside on the Gallery Grounds (with masking and appropriate social distancing). Look for more news about it soon. We can't wait to see you again!
In the meantime, visit our online shop. 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, felted animals, jewelry, scarves, and purses, that show off our artistic flair.
The LAA Gallery with all of its gorgeous artwork in the Carnegie Building is expected to be closed for the unforeseen future. However, some of the members are putting their art for sale at Thursday’s Farmers Market. Come and check them out.
Diane Rodriguez is our Guest Artist at the Gallery for January, February, and March. Diane is a Pleasanton resident and third generation from the Bay Area. “I paint lush florals (Water Lilies are one of my favorite flowers to paint), still lifes, landscapes and trains. I have a BA degree in Art Education emphasizing studio art. I have drawn and painted as far back as I can remember. I am proud to be a member of the LAA, PAL, ADAS, TAL and CWA as well as the LAA Membership Chair for 22 years.”
Patricia Benson - Michael F. Bland - Emily Chin - Carol Faber-Peake - Karen Fleschler - Amy Greenberg - Helen Harrison - Nancy Hoover - Debbie Hussey - Jim Kervin - Peggy Kervin - Maryann Kot - Kerry McGehee - Elena Morris - Carolyn Ramsey - Judy Rice - Helene Marie Roylance - Gail Ruvalcaba - Ray Skillen - Barbara Stanton - Charlene Stark - Sue Vincent - Jan Watling - Norma Webb - Lorraine Wells
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