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The Gallery features the works of nearly 60 local artists who explore a wide range of media.
Established in 1995, the Gallery features the works of nearly 60 local artists who explore a wide range of media. Works include: acrylic, oil & watercolor paintings, scratchboard & pencil drawings, jewelry, pottery & ceramics, metal & wire sculpture, photography (traditional & digital), painted silk & batik, fiber art, woodcarvings, blown & fused glass, gourds, pysanky (decorated eggs), leather, encaustics, and felting.
218 Washington Street is in the heart of historic Old Town Auburn, in the old livery stable building, next to Bootlegger’s restaurant.
The gallery is balanced with a substantial mix of media and art forms from A (Acrylic) to Z (ok, W for Wood as we have no Z), with every other possible media represented including Bronze castings, welded metal, jewelry, glass, found metal, encaustic wax, fabric art, paper, art cards, watercolor, oil, stone sculpture, and turned wood.
Once completed the Fire Museum will be open to the public. Photographs, fire equipment, and other memorabilia will be on display.
Learn about Chinese settlers from the Gold Rush era.