Galleries in Garden Acres


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  • Deck The Walls
    Deck The Walls has been framing and shadowboxing posters, paintings, and memorabilia of all shapes and sizes since 1981. Calling on a combined 70 years of experience, the resident designers help customers to make sense of hundreds of frames designed in various woods, styles, colors, and finishes. Deck The Walls also empowers frame owners with lifetime guarantees on all framing jobs that don't involve live cobras.
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    6231 Pacific Ave
    Stockton, CA US
  • Chartreuse Muse
    Brimming behind a curved glass exterior, painstakingly crafted bisque pieces perch on sleek black squares while original drawings and paintings cascade across the light-strewn walls of The Chartreuse Muse. Inside, local artists showcase their pièces de résistance and helm classes in the dynamic space's art school. Sessions for all ages and levels tackle a bevy of media, such as clay, charcoal, and acrylic paints, and inspire students to draw, paint, or create mixed-media collages of their tax-return documents.
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    918 10th Street
    Modesto, CA US
  • Art Glass Studios
    Roberta made her first stained glass sun catchers in 1979. After discovering an affinity for the craft, she completed apprenticeships with a glass artist in Nevada and a glass painter in Germany before heading down the path towards custom work. Along the way, she learned the intricacies of sound structural integrity, and completed delicate window restorations in churches across the Southwest. Today, Roberta maintains a studio, where she teaches students how to create their own artwork with glass. Her mosaic, stained glass, and fused glass classes introduce beginners to the finer points of wielding the colorful shards using stained glass methods developed over the centuries by old world artisans. In addition to her courses, Roberta stays busy with her own projects, selling glass art and crafting custom designs as gifts or shields against the sun’s harmful rainbow rays.
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    174 S L St.
    Livermore, CA US
  • Studio Seven Arts
    Studio Seven Arts, voted Best Art Gallery of 2011 by Diablo magazine's readers, is bedecked in one-of-a-kind fine art, handcrafted jewelry, and eclectic crafts, fostering an inspiring backdrop to their custom-framing services. The staff members curate a collection of American art pieces, including locally made creations, displaying handcrafted fine jewelry and skillfully made crafts that can be both functional and decorative—much like a scarecrow in a sundress. The gallery’s in-house framing artisans draw upon 25 years of experience to build custom frames for such treasures as paintings, photos, diplomas, and mirrors of any shape or size. Frames can be outfitted with wood to match any room’s décor, and with a variety of glass options that can block the bleaching effects of sunlight and scribblings of pets who feel they ought to be in all the family photos.
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    400 Main St.
    Pleasanton, CA US
  • Bottle & Bottega East Bay
    At Bottle & Bottega East Bay, owner Payal Gokli believes that every renowned artist started off as a beginner. In a relaxed, inspiring environment, even the newest of painters can feel comfortable lowering their inhibitions and releasing their inner Van Goughs. Try a group event and make new friends, or book a private party and invite your coworkers.
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    11040 Bollinger Canyon Road
    San Ramon, CA US
  • Rossi Sculptural Designs
    Gina Rossi's art comes to life in a flurry of sparks and cauldrons of heat. A self-taught artist and certified metal-inert-gas (MIG) welder, her work incorporates fused glass, paintings, and organic metal figures, and has been featured in the Sacramento Press, as well as KCRA Channel 3 news. When she was young, Rossi's forays into art and imagination provided stable solace from her tumultuous and oft-troubled childhood, and her passion eventually flowered into a full-time endeavor. Through her growth as an artist, she adopted a trash-into-treasure approach, working with recycled metal and glass, and earning notoriety for getting Oscar the Grouch evicted to craft a piece from his former home. Her regular welding and fused-glass-art classes share her talents with eager students, as do her efforts with community art projects, which empower young, disabled, and elderly people to make their creative mark in the world.
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    1801 20th St.
    Sacramento, CA US
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