Galleries in the South Bay

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Anno Domini (San Jose)

Anno Domini has been both representing and promoting urban contemporary culture and its many faces since they opened in 2000. The space is dedicated to new, emerging and often ignored artforms.

Bruni Jazz Art Gallery (San Jose)

This gallery houses the paintings of BRUNI Sablan, a Brazilian artist, The theme of her paintings are jazz and jazz musicians and they are a range of styles from abtract to potraitts.

Bryant Street Gallery (Palo Alto)

This gallery offers contemporary art by emerging and renowned visual artists from across the United States. Art includes paintings, sculpture, collage, mixed media, etchings, and monotypes.

Cantor Arts Center (Palo Alto)

The Cantor Arts Center has diverse collections spanning continents, cultures, and 4,000 years of art history.  It include the largest gathering of Rodin bronzes outside Paris as an outdoor sculpture garden. See a wide range of changing exhibitions, lectures, gallery talks, symposia, classes, and special events. There is a café that serves food and beverages.

Debbie Marie Arambula Heartworks Gallery (Campbell)

The artist is internationally known for her heart paintings and generous community art projects. She has been seen on NBC and ABC affiliates in major West Coast cities. She focuses on the use of mixed media in her paintings. The gallery is in a cute little courtyard lined with trees and other shops and galleries in historic, downtown Campbell.

Gallery 9 (Los Altos)

GALLERY 9, the oldest art gallery in Los Altos, is a cooperative gallery of local artists who work in various media, including painting, printmaking, photography, jewelry, ceramics, sculpture and weaving. Originally a group of nine artists, the membership now stands at almost thirty. Artists are juried into membership, ensuring that the quality of the work exhibited is high. Each month a new show is hung in the front part of the Gallery, featuring the work of one or two of the members. Receptions for the artist are held in conjunction with each new exhibit. Work of other members is exhibited in the other half of the Gallery, and changes monthly.

Kaleid Gallery (San Jose)
KALEID features over 60 artists from the San Jose area with their fine art limited editions and creative gifts in a wide range of mediums and price points originating from the artists themselves.
Mitchums Season of Lights Gallery (Los Gatos)

This gallery specializes in fine panoramic photography by Jeff Mitchum who is one of the great American and international landscape photographers.He is often described as the Ansel Adams of color. Known for his compositional mastery and use of light and subject matter are key notes to his work.

Modernbook (Palo Alto)
Modernbook Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary photographic art. IThe gallery also represents a select group of contemporary and emerging artists.
Mohr Gallery (Mountain View)

This art gallery is located within the lobby of the Finn Center at the Community School of Music and Arts.  Simply walk in the main doors.

Oshman Family JCC (Palo Alto)

The Jewish Community Center hosts a variety of changing exhibits in their many lobbies including photography, computer generated art, sculptures, collage, mixed media, painting and even hats!  They have a large garage for parking. 

Pacific Art League (Palo Alto)

Since 1921, the Pacific Art League has been a community of and for artists (new, emerging, and professional). They house two galleries and one studio where art is exhibited.

Peabody Fine Arts Gallery (Campbell)
The Gallery houses a broad variety of artists.
Phantom Art Gallery (Milpitas)
The Gallery was founded in 2000 has on display local and international artists of varying experience, age and medium.
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (San Jose)

This gallery is led by a professional curator and presents exhibitions in three galleries that include the most current, relevant and often challenging art from the region, the nation and the world. The space is activated by opening receptions, South First Friday gallery walks, nighttime projections in the front windows, panel discussions, printmaking workshops, brown bag lunches and impromptu conversations in the galleries.

Sonya Paz Fine Art Gallery (Campbell)

Sonya Paz, a Bay Area fine artist, is creating a new direction in the Pop Art movement through her exuberant use of color and playful forms. Engaging yet simple, motivating and energized, colors that pulls you in like a vortex through her wild creative and positive attitude. Sonyas paintings and vivid images are a reflection of her California roots and her passion and love for life. Her works are inspired by cubist style elements and the Pop Art movement. Seasoned by traveling the world to study art and its history, Sonya has a passion for Modern Art, Pop Art, Cubism, and Surrealism.

The Gallery House (Palo Alto)
The gallery houses artwork by painters, sculptors, printers, ceramicists, jewelers, photographers and mixed media artists who exhibit in styles ranging from photo realism to impressionistic to abstraction, demonstrating the wide diversity and high quality of local artistic work. The art work changes each month. The entry to the gallery is through Printers Inc. Cafe.
Works art and performance center (San Jose)

Works San Jose is a place for the south bay community to experiment, exhibit, and engage. It was founded in 1977 by local artists, this performance center allow artists, curators, and the community to take creative risks.