Located at the base of the Berkeley hills, the Ames Gallery is the West Coast's only gallery featuring contemporary paintings, drawings, and sculpture created by self-taught, visionary, and outsider art in addition to antique Americana folk art.
The Doug Adams Gallery, located in the Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology at the Pacific School of Religion, aims to coincide with the school's curriculum via the arts. The gallery focuses on archaeology, bringing light to ancient artifacts in quarterly exhibitions.
A gallery and custom framing shop featuring fine art pieces along with framing, printing, and restoration services.
This smallish storefront gallery hosts work by photographers, jewelers, sculptors, and metalworkers, with a strong emphasis on Berkeley artists.