Oil paintings, lithographs, giclees, bronze sculptures & monuments– all in a 3000 square foot gallery. Featuring the works of Douglas Van Howd, a world-renowned artist known primarily for his wildlife and western creations, this gallery focuses primarily on wildlife (particularly North American and African animals) and people. See the exquisite paintings and photographs displayed indoors and be sure to step outside – the life-size monuments displayed are a must-see! Be sure to stop by if you’re in the area, admission is free!

 

  • Hours Monday - Friday, 10:00 am - 4pm
  • Address 13333 New Airport Road, Auburn, CA 95602
  • Phone 530-887-1581
  • Website Van Howd Studios
  • Best Feature Beautiful outdoor art - large monument sculptures that are as lifelike in detail and as full of movement as his small sculptures,
  • Sculptures
  • Monuments
  • Photography

If you are in Northern California area, we invite you to visit the Van Howd Studios located near the Auburn airport at: 13333 New Airport Road Auburn, CA 95602.

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