"Community in a cup" is the mantra at Farley's, a cozy coffee hub with a local art gallery and a plethora of magazines awaiting your bleary-eyed perusal. The food menu includes plenty of classy salads — pine nuts, arugula, and goat cheese are just a few of the ingredients — and paninis both hot and cold. There's even a store with beans and Farley's T-shirts. Free wi-fi.
A Fruitvale gallery with studio rentals.
This gallery is currently in the process of finding a new site to display artwork. Check the website for updates.
This gallery prides itself in offering a space for different artists to display their work. This allows people to view a wide variety of art, all in an intimate space. In addition, the collective offers life drawing and figure painting classes, perfect for newbies and skilled crafters alike.
Rest and relaxation offered through flotation. Customers can spend at least an hour in an enclosed tank floating in a dense solution that keeps the body afloat without any effort.
This Richmond gallery is hosted by the National Institute of Art & Disabilities, which aims to promote the creation of art in the developmentally disabled community. Under this directive, the Florence Ludins-Katz Gallery displays the work of artists dealing with disabilities, creating dynamic exhibits.
This gallery, which was founded and directed by Ofra Fisher, Joe Kowalczyk, Michael Steffen, and Peter St. Lawrence, displays dynamic pieces of art sure to please any onlooker. The collection of art studios, located in the emerging Oakland Arts District, display a wide variety of medium, showing the broad spectrum of Bay Area artists and what they produce.
Forrealism specializes in displaying indigenous art, creating a wide array of pieces throughout the gallery. The space, which is run by a collective of artists, aims to educate onlookers with an emphasis on creating a peaceful future.
Located in Forthrite Printing, this gallery focuses on the art of printmaking. The result is a contemporary showing of graphic pieces, perfect for anyone looking for a modern spin on art appreciation.
The Fourth & Clay Gallery displays the art of Jessica Wertz, Josie Jurczenia, and Christa Assad. The collective effort of these three Bay Area artists creates a dynamic environment for people looking to explore local creations.
The Fourth Street Gallery showcases over 30 local artists, a wide array of pieces for people to peruse. In addition, visitors can create while at the gallery, with various easles, drawing tables and benches available for amateurs and pros alike.
The center offers art-related classes and workshops for children and adults, in such subjects from watercolor to wood turning, and also operates a gallery with regular exhibitions.