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While Napa Valley is famous for its wine, art galleries are popping up all across the vineyard-rich valley. We have comprised a gallery guide and listing of fine art galleries located in the Napa Valley. These art galleries feature contemporary art and traditional fine art paintings, prints, glass art, sculpture, and other types of visual art. If you’re interested in collecting art, need a quality art gift or you’re just interested in visiting art galleries, these are some of the top galleries and art activities in Napa’s wine country.


  • Blue Heron Gallery

    Located on the 2nd floor of the historic V Marketplace 1870 building in the town of Yountville. Ascend the stairs to Blue Heron, a Gallery of original works by prominent Wine Country artists. You will find photography, paintings, sculpture and ceramic works that capture the unique essence of California’s Napa Valley.

  • Caldwell Snyder Gallery

    Caldwell Snyder Gallery is located in downtown St. Helena, Napa Valley, in the turn-of-the-century Star Building, listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The art gallery features a combined 12,000 square feet of exhibition space with shows changing monthly, and is an active member of the San Francisco Art Dealers Association. Caldwell Snyder Gallery specializes in 21st-century American and European paintings, drawings, sculpture, and limited-edition prints, including major American post-war and emerging contemporary artists.

  • Ca’Toga Galleria D’Arte

    CA’TOGA is the Palladian Villa that Italian-born artist Carlo Marchiori has built just north of Calistoga in the Napa Valley. Mr. Marchiori is a world-renowned muralist who specializes in period art interpretations. He can produce originals in Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassic styles in fresco-like techniques. He also produces original ceramic plates, ceramic tile panels, paintings, sculptures, furniture and Roman style bas-relief stone plaques.

  • The Calistoga Art Center

    The Calistoga Art Center is striving to create an educational facility for everyone in the Napa Valley. Our work includes providing creative opportunities for the underserved populations as well as supporting creativity in all aspects of community life. We spotlight the talents of emerging and professional artists, and provide new creative outlets for visitors.

  • The Christopher Hill Gallery

    Featuring at any time roughly 40 world-renowned and award-winning national artist representing the various schools and styles of art from the 20th century, the gallery proudly represents a broad range of abstract, impressionistic, realistic, expressionist, and surrealist art in two and three dimensions. With an inviting downstairs lobby and wide promenade staircase opening up onto a spacious loft, the gallery teases the street level passer-by with hints of what awaits upstairs.

  • Gallery 1870

    Gallery 1870 is proud to offer commissionable original works of art by every artist featured in the Gallery! Just choose your subject and your favorite artist and we will amaze you with the results! Gallery 1870 artists will collaborate with you and create commissions to your specifications. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Please contact us for more information on this incredible service.

  • ÆRENA Galleries & Gardens

    The ÆRENA Galleries & Gardens have three locations in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. The gallery in St. Helena features a large selection of contemporary paintings, works on paper and small to medium scale sculpture and exhibitions change monthly. The galleries at our resort, Auberge du Soleil in Rutherford and MacArthur Place in Sonoma, feature over 140 carefully sited medium to large scale sculptures.

  • Jessel Gallery

    Tucked into the eastern foothills of Napa Valley is a place of extraordinary beauty. In the Jessel Gallery, founded by renowned watercolorist Jessel Miller, all visitors receive a gracious welcome and are offered their choice of tea and cookies or wine as they browse through this spacious Napa Valley landmark.

  • Lee Youngman Galleries

    Our featured works of art provide aesthetic eye appeal by outstanding artists. These art pieces make wonderful collector items and investments. Upon entering our spacious world of fine art, you’ll experience varied pleasures of viewing original oils, watercolors, pastels, graphite and sculptures. A kaleidoscope of color and imagery, the gallery’s diversity and depth is truly outstanding. We cordially invite you to visit the Napa Valley’s most unique gallery.

  • ÆRENA Napa Valley Sculpture Garden

    This "living gallery" atmosphere serves as a stylized backdrop for the appreciation of limited production boutique wines - including Blackbird Vineyards’ portfolio of Pomerol-inspired blends. Clients have a variety of choices for their wine tasting setting. They can enjoy the intimacy of one of our three private tasting rooms, lounge in either of the great rooms, or gather outdoors at individual and communal tables, around the fire pit, or while stretched out on a blanket on the lawn. The outdoor gardens are beautifully landscaped around architectural remnants and contemporary sculpture and are available for our clients to relax and enjoy a bite or a bottle of wine on their own before or after their tasting.

  • Napa Valley Art Association

    The Napa Valley Art Association is a private, nonprofit arts organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the Napa Valley by supporting arts and culture throughout the county. We provide funding, advocacy, marketing and exhibition opportunities for local artists. A percentage of all sales generated through the Napa Valley Art Association activities is dedicated to art education scholarships for the high schools of Napa Valley. Visit our spacious galleries in the heart of the Napa Valley and view the creative and varied work of a large group of regional artists.

  • Quent Cordair Fine Art

    Romantic Realism, the movement which renews the high esthetic standards and techniques of pre-20th century ateliers, brings a rebirth of comprehensibility, beauty, romanticism and stylization to contemporary subject matter. The gallery’s collection emphasizes themes which celebrate the moments of happiness, joy and success possible to Man on Earth. Subject matter includes figurative, narrative, allegorical, still lifes, seascapes and landscapes. Award-winning painters and sculptors of international renown are represented, as well as emerging artists of unique vision and accomplishment. Commissions are available for portraiture, murals, garden and architectural projects.

  • RASgalleries

    RASgalleries specializes in American Art Glass and represents well over 200 artists in its Yountville, Napa Valley location. Masterful glass techniques such as mouth blown, lampworking and fused glass are always plentiful, in forms such as vases, bowls and sculpture. Specialty pieces such as perfume bottles and paperweights are also available. A select few ceramic artists have been handpicked to accompany the glass as well as recently added fine art original paintings, all of which make RASgalleries unique and a must see while visiting Napa Valley. Artists represented are garnered from the San Francisco Bay Area and throughout California as well as from the Pacific Northwest, the Eastern Seaboard and points in between.

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