Current Exhibit - Click!

The Town of Danville’s Village Theatre Art Gallery is pleased to announce the latest exhibition: Click! - an exhibit of fine art photographers.

Exhibition dates: June 9 - August 12, 2022  

Photographs have the power to transport the viewer, inspire, and invoke awe, interest, and enlightenment. Visitors to the gallery will have the chance to experience different views of the world, as seen through the unique lens of an artist. The juror for this exhibit, Heather Snider, has a profound passion for the arts, with a deep love for photography developed through three decades in the field. Based for most of her career in the photo hub of San Francisco, she has worked with national and international foundations, artists, galleries, publications, non-profits, and museums. 

The Village Theatre Art Gallery is currently open to visitors Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  All other days by appointment only. Admission is free, and donations are appreciated.

For more information, contact Visual Arts Coordinator Marija Nelson Bleier at (925) 314-3460 or  

Click on the thumbnails below to see the full image. 

Rehydrate by Steven Shpall
Refraction Times Three by Michael Dawson
Reckon by Takeisha Jefferson
Reach by Christopher Fowler
Purple Graze by Kerry McGehee
Positive Magic Only by Kimberly Adamis
Peg Group by Dan Cassidy
My First Fireworks by Myrna Moncayo-Lyengar
One Afternoon on the Embarcadero by Bob Shonkoff
Napa Valley Vineyard by  Anita Sagastegui
Moondance 2 by Raymond Bonavida
Micahel Dawson 16 street Mission BART
Micahael and Scooby by Kevin Anderson
Metamorphis by Steven Shpall
Graylodge by Ronald Rigge
Ghost Ranch Church by Kevin Anderson
Danger by Eliot Allen
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See by Khoa Tran
Blue on Blue Havana by Harlan Crowder
Framed by Eliot Allen
America by Norman Aragones
Alone at Last by Richard Doran
Roadtrip by  Dave Hanson
Shelby, Montana by Albert Borden
SF Essentials 19 by Susan Helms
Sad with Glow by Sharon Wickham
Witch Mountain by Richard Valenti
Water by Kasia Kessler
United We Stand by Kerry McGehee
Trail and Contrail by JM Golding
The Battle by Bear Dancer Studio
Tabo by Jacob Wachal
Super Shades by Jelisa Peterson
Sun Block by Rob Chambliss
Accusation by Douglas Burgess
Best By Date by Rob Chambliss