Spirits in Stone 41 Tunnel Rd, Berkeley, CA94705 Spirits in Stone is a sculpture gallery that features lifelike stone carvings by professional sculptors. The gallery,…More which is located in the Claremont Resort Hotel, is operated by Lori Austin and Alexandra Novak.
Artworks Foundry 729 Heinz Ave, Berkeley, CA94710 Artworks Foundry is one of the country's leading producers of bronze sculptures, monuments and reliefs. In addition to…More production of pieces the foundry also specializes in restoration with a client list that includes museums and corporations to foreign countries and federal agencies. Other areas of expertise include coloration, casting and structural systems.
Thousand Oaks Art Gallery 886 Colusa Ave, Berkeley, CA94707 Thousand Oaks Art Gallery features the work of local artists for residents throughout the San Francisco Bay area.…More Various pieces displayed include photography, metal and wood sculptures, jewelry and paintings. Various events are held at the gallery as well.
Curtis H. Arima 2547 8th St, Berkeley, CA94710 Curtis H. Arima creates sculpture, jewelry and metal paintings shown at his Eighth Street studio. He is an instructor at…More various art schools and appears in multiple art publications. Many of his pieces transform standard pieces of furniture into original works of art, while retaining their function and form.
Anne Shulenberger 2547 8th St, Berkeley, CA94710 Anne Shulenberger is one of those Renaissance women who has her hands in just about everything. From jewelry to…More sculpture to painting, Shulenberger creates art based on the human form that inspires her. Her studio is open the first Saturday of every month, and often the first Thursday as well. Call to confirm before arriving, however.
Cecile Moochnek Gallery 1809 4th St, Berkeley, CA94710 Located on the second floor above Chocolatier Blue, the Cecile Moochnek Gallery features the works of emerging and…More mid-career artists from California and New Mexico. The small and naturally lit gallery showcases sculpture, mixed media, drawings and paintings by various artists. Shows change every few months and the gallery hosts artists receptions at those times.
Eric Powell Arts 770 Camelia St, Berkeley, CA94710 Eric Powell creates small- and large-scale steel and bronze sculptures that may be seen around the corner at the Shibumi…More Gallery or by appointment at Eric Powell Arts, his personal studio. Powell specializes in creating public art, tables and gates, and is available for private commissions.
Kate Anderson 2547 8th St, Berkeley, CA94710 Kate Anderson creates paintings and mixed media sculptures at her studio in the Sawtooth Building in Berkeley. She uses…More rich colors and focuses, to a large extent, on the female form. Come see her art for yourself at Berkeley Artisans Open Studios.
Salma Arastu 2547 8th St, Berkeley, CA94710 Born without fingers on her left hand, Salma Arastu's journey to become an artist has been truly remarkable. She lived…More in India, Iran and Kuwait before settling in the US and has been heavily influenced by her travels around the world. These influences are reflected in the paintings, sculptures, digital photographs and calligraphy she creates in her Berkeley studio. Visit her website to find out information on her latest exhibitions or to visit her studio.
Kids 'N' Clay 809A Allston Way, Berkeley, CA94710 This local pottery studio offers ongoing weekly ceramic instruction for children from ages 3 - 18. Skills taught include…More wheel throwing, hand-building and basic sculpture techniques. The instructors also host parties, teach after-school programs and run summer camps. Saturday hours are available. The studio is located in the heart of West Berkeley's main shopping district, about twelve blocks from the North Berkeley BART Station.
Shibumi Gallery 770 Camelia St, Berkeley, CA94710 Husband-and-wife team Eric Powell and April Higashi are one of those couples that seem to have its hands in all sorts of…More creative arts. April's Shibumi Gallery features original jewelry, clothing and sculptures by April and her husband (whose studio, Eric Powell Arts, is right around the corner). Though all pieces are for sale, the atmosphere is decidedly that of an art gallery rather than a shop. Customers can purchase woman's blouses, skirts and scarves hand-dyed in a process called itajime.
Jerry Adams Gallery 2050 Center St, Berkeley, CA94704 The Jerry Adams Gallery is an art space at Berkeley City College which hosts exhibitions of student and faculty artists.…More It is managed by the Berkeley City College Arts Council. Past exhibitions have included media such as photography, digital prints, paintings, drawings and sculptures and can range from student and faculty shows to annual invitational shows which feature artists from the community. The gallery is located in Berkeley's Arts and Entertainment District, half a block west of the BART station.
Berkeley Potters Guild 731 Jones St, Berkeley, CA94710 Founded in 1971, Berkeley Potters Guild is a collective of professional ceramic artists that claims the distinction of…More being one of the largest and oldest organizations of its kind in Northern California. Nearly 20 artists work out of the studio creating everything from functional items to one-of-a-kind sculptures. Adults and children are welcome to sign up for classes or stop in to shop at the on-site gift gallery.
Checkmate Enterprises Art Gallery 3051 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA94703 Based in the upstairs of an historic 1920's building that was once a funeral parlor, Checkmate Enterprises Art Gallery…More features African and African-American art. With original sculptures, prints and posters on display and for sale, the studio offers a glimpse of artists of yesterday and today. Its gift shop sells collectible figurines, plates, cards and more of varying styles and eras. Visit its website to view its extensive collection.
Sherilyn Tharp Woodcarving Classes 3102 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94705 Sherilyn Tharp offers woodcarving classes to anyone who would like to design and build their own furniture. The…More beginning woodcarving class is typically made up of four three-hour classes, while intermediate woodcarving and sculpture can be taken as a single class or a group of five classes. She also offers private one-on-one sessions on an hourly basis. In addition, Sherilyn Tharp is the co-owner of Tharp-Hamilton Woodworking.
Kala Art Gallery 2990 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA94702 The Kala Art Gallery holds eight or more exhibitions each year for upcoming and established artists. It showcases…More all types of artistic media, including paintings, sculpture, video and print. It also runs the Kala Board Prize Exhibition, a special competition which selects proposals for new and experimental works each year. In addition, the Kala Art Gallery provides curatorial services for business and special interest groups on a case-by-case basis.