Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

Temporary closure until further notice

Untitled by John Anderson, 2003, Acrylic on Masonite Calabi Gallery will be closed until further notice, however we are happy to open by appointment. If you would like to schedule an appointment or simply want information please call Dennis at 707.829.2971. We appreciate your understanding, patronage and support of the arts. Thank you and please stay safe […]

Gallery Group Show opening reception Saturday, February 22nd 4-8pm

The City by William Cutler, 2020, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 40 Gallery Group Show Opening Reception: Saturday, February 22nd 4-8pm // Exhibition Dates: February 22nd – April 18th, 2020 While our main focus is mid 20th century modernism, we also display antique and contemporary art in all media in a broad diversity of styles. Our […]

10 Year Anniversary Celebration

Time does fly, and we have somehow managed to survive 10 years, showing our eclectic array of decidedly non-trendy art. It has been a labor of love, completely unrewarded by financial compensation, yet oddly satisfying. We live the same way as our artists, living and dead, eking out a bare living while basking in the […]

Thanksgiving Gallery Hours

Two Pears in a Bowl by Antonio Sotomayor, Oil on Panel, 8 x 10 We wish you and your loved ones a heartwarming Thanksgiving holiday! The gallery will be closed November 28th – December 2nd, resuming regular business hours on Tuesday, December 3rd from 11-5pm. We are very grateful for you and your support of the […]

New date: 10 Year Anniversary Celebration Reception Saturday, November 9th 4-8pm

Related Figures by Irving Norman, 1962, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 52 Since the immediate threat of fire has passed, we have rescheduled our opening reception celebration for Saturday, November 9th from 4-8pm. Deepest appreciation and gratitude for all the courageous firefighters for their hard work and dedication protecting our community. 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Opening Reception: Saturday, November […]

Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair Sept 12-15, 2019

We are very excited to be exhibiting at the inaugural Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair this weekend! Experience the Glamour & Excitement of an Elegant National Art Fair September 12-15, 2019 Featuring 50+ Notable Galleries from 30 Cities – Customized to the Tastes & Design Sensibilities of the Rocky Mountains held concurrently with Jackson Hole’s […]

“IT’S ALL GOOD!”

A group show of gallery artists working in a variety of styles and media. Artists include Adela Akers, Douglas Ballou, Warren Bellows, Holly Downing, Pamela Glasscock, Peter Holbrook, Joyce Hulbert, Evri Kwong, Carolyn Lord, Carol Peek, Michael Ramos, Alejandro Salazar, and Bambi Waterman. As usual we are also showing a selection of vintage works from our […]

“It’s All Good!” Opening Reception Saturday, August 10th 4-8pm

Extended Solo by Douglas Ballou, 2014, Mixed Media, 11 × 42 “It’s All Good!” Opening Reception: Saturday, August 10th4-8pm // Exhibition Dates: August 10th– October 12th, 2019 A group show of gallery artists working in a variety of styles and media. Artists include Adela Akers, Douglas Ballou, Warren Bellows, Holly Downing, Pamela Glasscock, Peter Holbrook, Joyce […]

Don Martin & other Masters of California Post-War Art

Don Martin’s art is far too unique and varied to be categorized. Living and working in Mexico in the fifties, in Venice, CA, in part of the sixties, and finally on a farm near Santa Cruz for the remainder of his life, the places and times influenced his work, but his styles and choices of […]

Robert P. McChesney at the SRJC Doyle Library Open House: Friday, April 19th 4-7pm

Canyon Country #2 by Robert Pearson McChesney, 1989, Acrylic on Panel, 36×48 Robert P. McChesney at the SRJC FRANK P. DOYLE LIBRARY Open house: Friday, April 19th 4-7pm The Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) Frank P. Doyle Library will host an exhibition of renowned Sonoma County abstract artist Robert P. McChesney through the end of 2019. The exhibit will kick off with […]

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