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Hand Crafted Goods at The Little Art Shop

The Little Art Shop in Benicia provides works by local artists along with fine crafted gifts. The gift and gallery store offers handmade items from fused glass to mixed media and Steampunk to paintings.

Janet Barnes’ Art Reflects Family, Traditions & Community

Milinda Perry Gallery features paintings by Janet Barnes, whose use of bold, bright colors in her depictions of everyday life is influenced by 20th-century artist Jacob Lawrence.

A Gem Of A Gallery In Benicia’s Lower Arsenal Shows Works From Norcal Artists

Benicia Artists Exhibit Recent Works at Benicia Library

Auditory and visual arts merge for artists Larnie & Bodil Fox. Their latest exhibit, Bocce Ball and Other Human Propelled Spheres, runs Sept. 18-Oct. 28.

Whimsical Public Art Project in Benicia

Benicia Arts and Culture Commission promoted local artist to paint Traffic Control Boxes in town and let their imagination soar. Hidden artistic gems are sprouting up all over town.

The Physicality of Books Art Exhibit at Benicia Library

Benicia mixed media and painter Carol Dalton shares her love of physicality in her newest exhibit at the Marilyn Citron O’Rourke Gallery at the Benicia Public Library.

Capturing Changing Light and Color on an Artist’s Canvas

Local artist MaryLou Correia’s paintings of Bay Area scenes will be the Benicia Plein Air Gallery’s featured exhibit in July.

It’s All About Shape and Color For Benicia artist Cherry Moore

Milinda Perry Gallery host Cherry Moore, a Benicia artist, this month, delighting art lovers with her mixing of colors, shapes and images while creating a sense of calm.

New Fiber Exhibition at the Arts Benicia Gallery

Non-traditional fiber art, some of which are life-size pieces, are presented in wall hangings, wearables, sculpture, installation art, and participatory art in a new exhibition that will alter how we think about textile art.

Susan Johnson’s Plein Air Paintings

Benicia Plein Air Gallery’s June featured artist is Susan Johnson, whose paintings, inspired by her time in Arizona, will be on view at the gallery this month.