Picture This!

PICTURE THIS EVENT 2022Picture This! A Public Art Exhibit for the Tri-Valley

Picture This is a temporary public art exhibit that will be featured in parks and picturesque areas throughout the Tri-Valley this summer. This exhibit was inspired by artist Carlos Campos and County Park Friends in Santa Cruz who created a similar exhibit titled, Outside the Frame. 

The Town of Danville, City of Dublin, City of Livermore, City of Pleasanton, and the City of San Ramon have partnered together to bring this new exhibit to life. Picture. It will feature 4ft by 6ft frames (frame opening will be 4ft by 3 ft), each uniquely designed by local artists. The frames will be on display from July 16-September 30. 

Be sure to take a selfie with your friends and try to visit all the frames! 

Check out more frames here: Danville, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon, and All of them at Visit Tri Valley.

Diablo Road

"Patterns and Designs" by Swati Rostogi

Patterns and Designs by Swati Rostogi on Mount Diablo Blvd

Diablo Vista Park

"Fire and Water" by Sophia Lee

Fire and Water by Sophia Lee at Diablo Vista

Hap Magee Ranch Park

"Positively Patterned" by Jessica Brubaker

Positively Patterned by Jessica Brubaker at Hap Magee Ranch Park

Oak Hill Park

"Poppies" by Alicyn West

Poppies by Alicyn West at Oak Hill Park 2

Osage Station Park

"Landscape With Hills" by Rhonda Chase

Landscape with Hills by Rhonda Chase at Osage Station Park

senior Center and Veterans Memorial Building

"Topographic Poppies" by Lisa Long

Topographic Poppies by Lisa Long at the Senior Center and Veterans Memorial Building

Sycamore Valley Park

"Grey with Flowers" by Elle Grintsaig

Gray With Flowers by Elle Grinstaig at Sycamore Valley Park

Town Green

"Bee Happy" by Vanessa Thomas

Bee Happy by Vanessa Thomas at Town Green 

Train Depot - Museum of the san ramon valley

"Family Bike Day" by Vanessa Stafford

Family Bike Day by Vanessa Stafford at Train Depot MSRV

Village Theatre Art Gallery

"Morning Glory" by Paula Kim

Morning Glory by Paula Kim at the VTAG