Art Gallery

IN KEEPING WITH THE GUIDELINES FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND THE CONTRA COSTA HEALTH SERVICES REGARDING NON-ESSENTIAL EVENTS, MEETINGS, OR GATHERINGS DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK, the Village Theatre Art Gallery will be closed until further notice.

Paintings from the Exhibit ColorPlay II

Meet the artists from the current exhibition...learn about their process and inspiration. 

This video shows artist, Maya Kabat, working on her piece that is in the current Art Gallery exhibit, ColorPlay II. https://mayakabat.com/

Carol Jenkins Art
Old Growth (12x12, Waxed acrylic on framed panel) “My love of painting evolved from a life-long love of wilderness. The play of color, form, line and texture across a canvas excites me as much as the shifting of light and shadow across the land.”

on view now in the art gallery

Village Theatre Art Gallery Closed Until Further Notice

COLORPLAY II

Presented by the Town of Danville

An exhibition of abstract art curated by Ellen Levine Dodd  

Featuring the colorful works of: Ellen Levine Dodd, Karen Olsen-Dunn, Margie Caldwell-Gill, Carol Jenkins, Maya Kabat, Elise Morris, Julia Rymer

Exhibition Dates: March 14 - April 25, 2020

COLORPLAY II FLYER

Image is made from fragments of paintings (left to right): Wistful by Carol Jenkins, Where the Wind Blows by Ellen Levine Dodd, Mendocino Glitch by Karen Olsen-Dunn, Lost and Found III by Julia Rymer, Lifting Lightness by Elise Morris, Playdate by Margie Caldwell-Gill, Reconfiguration by Maya Kabat

Learn How to Install an Exhibit

Ever wonder what it takes to install an exhibit in the Art Gallery?

View a YouTube video of the installation of Wild.

Book a Tour

To find out how you can book a private gallery tour, please email Marija Nelson Bleier, Visual Arts Coordinator or call 925-314-3460.

Proposing an Exhibition

The Town of Danville Village Theatre Art Gallery plans its schedule well in advance, but is always accepting curatorial proposals for future exhibits. The Village Theatre Art Gallery is a 1,000 square feet exhibition space which opened its doors on November 13, 2009.


Blonde Woman Looking at Artwork