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Savor Sonoma County’s arts scene your way. Sculpture gardens tucked into hills, intimate performance venues in charming small towns, and high-end galleries join major performing arts centers like the Green Music Center and Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in sharing the arts. Find just what you’re looking for with our handy guide to current art exhibits and events in Sonoma County.

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With thousands of artists and more than 20 performing arts companies in Sonoma County, you’re sure to find something special where life opens up. Be sure to check out the  Performing Arts and Music & Nightlife sections for more artistic offerings.

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Russian River Atelier Photo
5577 Skylane Blvd., Suite #2A Santa Rosa, CA 95403

The Atelier is a collaborative working art studio located in Northern California’s Sonoma County whose artists share a passion for traditional and contemporary realist painting and drawing. The RRA…

Santa Rosa Arts Center Photo
312 South A Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Santa Rosa Arts Center was founded in 2017 and is located in Chroma Gallery, the anchor for the South of A (SOFA) arts district, providing artists of many experience levels an opportunity to exhibit…

Creative Sonoma Photo
141 Stony Circle, Suite 110 Santa Rosa, CA 95401

The mission of Creative Sonoma is to support and advance the creative community of Sonoma County. It is our vision that creativity become a defining characteristic of Sonoma County alongside wine,…

Dan Scannell Fine Art Photo
312 South A Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Dan Scannell is an award winning artist working in Sonoma County. He is the former Visual Director of I. Magnin in San Francisco and was an instructor at the de Young Museum Art School. Until recently…

Cat Kaufman Art Photo
312 South A Street #6, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

The artistic impulse of Cat Kaufman portrays the push and pull between narrative concepts, found objects and restricted abstract surfaces. She uses everyday artifacts to comment on the ironic nature…