boar sculpture at Soda Rock Winery

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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.

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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Petaluma Trolley Museum Photo
110 Baylis Street, Petaluma, CA 94952

You will find herein, the past, the future and work being done in the present to bring back to life one of Petaluma's most beautiful assets. The Petaluma Trolley is an organization of volunteers who…

Jim Callahan: Sculptor Photo
148 East Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476

Licking, twirling columns of green, yellow and crimson fire leap and dance through the hole in the top of the furnace. It is a pocket of pure heat. Without protection it will burn your eyes and melt…

The Fairmont Gallery Photo
447 First Street W., Sonoma, CA 95476

For over 20 years The Fairmont Gallery has been a wine country art experience on the historic Sonoma Plaza featuring the fine art of nationally respected artists painting the wine country with oil,…

Wine Tool Museum Photo
18000 Old Winery Road, Sonoma, CA 95476

Join us for a unique experience where you will be guided through a 20-minute light, sound and visual show, presenting the history of winemaking through its tools and the life of the vivacious and…

Toscano Hotel Photo
20 E. Spain Street, Sonoma, CA 95476

The wood-frame building next to the barracks seems to have been constructed during the 1850s when it housed, among other things, a retail store and rental library. Later the building came to be used…