Tri-Valley Art Strolls and Circuits

Art strolls and circuits offer artists a wonderful opportunity to display and sell work at local businesses in either group or solo showings.  An art stroll allows artists to apply and have their work displayed for a limited time at a business while an art circuit lets an artist display work for an indifferent time frame and their art moves from one business location to the next location in a circuit fashion.  Below is a listing of art strolls and circuits run by local art organizations in the Tri-Valley.

Downtown Livermore Art Stroll

Want to get your work on the map in downtown Livermore?  Many local businesses and a couple of art groups display the work of local artists in the downtown Livermore area.  Each business has its own vibe and style of work suited to the location.  While some of the business owners prefer to select work appropriate for their business and artist is selected by invitation only, other locations work with a local art curator and artists are welcome to apply and have their work displayed at that business.  Find out more about the Downtown Livermore Art Stroll.

 Glenyse Henschel's Work at Espresso Rosetta

Glenyse Henschel's Work at Espresso Rosetta

 Louise Grey's Work at Sanctuary Ultra Lounge

Louise Grey's Work at Sanctuary Ultra Lounge

Pleasanton Art League Art Circuit

Several business in Pleasanton work with the Pleasanton Art League to display the work of local artists.  Artwork is hung for three months at each location then rotated so each business has an ever-changing fine art display of paintings and photographs.  Participating businesses and artists can be found on the PAL website