El Comalito Collective is an art gallery and retail space that showcases underrepresented artists through a variety of media that spark consciousness. Continue reading
Showcasing renowned Filipino artists. The gallery’s goal is to provide exposure to minority artists who don’t enjoy the patronage of mainstream galleries.
The gallery is open on Wednesdays through Friday 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm (until 9:00pm for Art Walk) and Saturdays 9:00 am to 5 pm. Other days are by appointments only.
Gallery space downstairs, and individual art studios available.
930 Marin Street, Vallejo, California 94590
miniArt carries good quality art materials for students and professionals alike:
- Prices on oil and acrylic paints are the cheapest in the area!
- Brushes for every budget whether you use watercolors, acrylics, gouache or oils.
- Mediums and thinners, gesso and grounds.
- Many sizes of canvas boards and a few canvases along with multimedia pads and watercolor blocks.
- drawing and charcoal/pastel pads, as well as moleskin painting and drawing books and black journals.
- Professional quality pencils and charcoal … Continue reading
Moonfish Artworks is a mosaic art studio and gallery in downtown Vallejo founded by artist Sophia Othman. Moonfish offers professional services for the design, fabrication, and installation of custom architectural mosaics and sculpture. The work blends practical, whimsical, cosmic and elemental themes to bring luminous grace to residential, commercial, and public spaces.
Open by appointment:
723 Marin St, Vallejo, Ca
(510) 415 3916
The historic Coal Sheds building on the former Mare Island Naval Shipyard provides individual creative work spaces for 17 artists working in a variety of media such as wood, metalworking, photography, sculpture, painting and printmaking.
The Coal Shed is gallery space is open to the public only during shows and Open Studios. See the Event listings for details.
Bldg 153, 4th St & Waterfront, Mare Island
The Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum preserves and exhibits the diverse and exciting history of the City of Vallejo and the former U.S. Naval Shipyard at Mare Island . The Museum is located in Vallejo ‘s historic Old City Hall and features five galleries devoted to community and U.S. Navy history.
Additionally, the Museum sponsors educational and cultural programs that include group tours, concerts and recitals in our Heritage Chamber, lectures, audio-visual presentations, and others special events for the benefit … Continue reading