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Gallery 1870

Gallery 1870

Fine art Gallery featuring “wine art” by Eric Christensen, “contemporary realism” by Christopher Stott, Oil paintings by Susan Hoehn, Leon Roulette, & Steven Quartly, and acrylics by Patrick O’Rourke. Ultra textured paintings by Jennifer Vranes and Isabelle Dupuy and “contemporary fresco” paintings by Cary Henrie. We also feature sculptures by David Manuel and Franco Vianello.

Napa Valley Museum

Situated mid-valley in the historic town of Yountville, between St. Helena and Napa, the Museum provides unique experiences that enrich the cultural fabric of our community through exhibitions and educational programs. At Napa Valley Museum, explore the connections between our Valley’s environment, culture, history and creative expression.

North Bay Gallery

North Bay Gallery

An art gallery specializing in contemporary paintings, vineyard watercolors, whimsical bronzes & hand crafted jewelry.  

North Bay Gallery

An art gallery specializing in contemporary paintings, vineyard watercolors, whimsical bronzes & hand crafted jewelry.  Featuring both National and local artists.

North Bay Gallery

An art gallery specializing in contemporary paintings, vineyard watercolors, whimsical bronzes & hand crafted jewelry.  Featuring both National and local artists.  

Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater

Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater is a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary performing arts center built on strong community artistic and philanthropic relationships, impactful arts education programs, and first-class local, national and international entertainment (including a new, scalable symphonic orchestra, Symphony Napa Valley). Celebrating its first year anniversary, the Performing Arts Center has emerged as a leading provider of arts education and world-class entertainment in the Napa Valley.

Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater operates under the aegis of Lincoln Theater Foundation, a nonprofit public benefit 501(c)(3) corporation, dedicated to enriching lives by preserving, enhancing and providing access to the performing arts and arts education, to nurturing and developing the artists and audiences of tomorrow by building a sustainable, relevant professional performing arts center where education and community are as important as entertainment, and to being a valued asset to the California Veterans Home and to the Napa Valley community at large.

Napa Valley Museum

Situated mid-valley in the historic town of Yountville, between St. Helena and Napa, the Museum provides unique experiences that enrich the cultural fabric of our community through exhibitions and educational programs. At Napa Valley Museum, explore the connections between our Valley’s environment, culture, history and creative expression.

-Learn about the unique geological make-up of the Valley which has made it one of the premier wine-growing regions in the world.

-Discover the Valley’s rich and dynamic history, from the original Native American culture and wine industry personalities to the lives and contributions of Chinese workers, German and Italian immigrants, migrant laborers and more.

-Enjoy exhibitions of local and regional artists including painting, sculpture, photography, print-making, film, video and crafts.

Gallery 1870

Fine art Gallery featuring “wine art” by Eric Christensen, “contemporary realism” by Christopher Stott, Oil paintings by Susan Hoehn, Leon Roulette, & Steven Quartly, and acrylics by Patrick O’Rourke. Ultra textured paintings by Jennifer Vranes and Isabelle Dupuy and “contemporary fresco” paintings by Cary Henrie. We also feature sculptures by David Manuel and Franco Vianello.

 

Gallery 1870

Fine art Gallery featuring “wine art” by Eric Christensen, “contemporary realism” by Christopher Stott, Oil paintings by Susan Hoehn, Leon Roulette, & Steven Quartly, and acrylics by Patrick O’Rourke. Ultra textured paintings by Jennifer Vranes and Isabelle Dupuy and “contemporary fresco” paintings by Cary Henrie. We also feature sculptures by David Manuel and Franco Vianello.

 

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