Archival Gallery is pleased to present monthly art exhibitions featuring works by well known and emerging Northern California artists.

2020 Exhibitions

January 8 – February 1, 2020: DL Thomas and Jesse Bravo
On the Front Wall: Jian Wang

February 5-29, 2020: Mariellen Layne and Michael Hoffee

March 5 – April 18, 2020: Michael Himovitz Redux
A retrospective and fundraiser supporting the 35th anniversary of the Artists in Crisis Fund.

April 22 – May 8, 2020: No planned exhibitions due to COVID-19 Shelter-In-Place.

May 12 – June 1, 2020: Sur le visage (mask-inspired group show)

June 4-30, 2020: Davy Fiveash and Jolene Matson
On the Front Wall: Shenny Cruces

Gallery On-Holiday July 3 and 4, 2020

July 8 – August 1, 2020: Miles Hermann
On the Front Wall: 31 Days by Leslie McCarron and Debra Kreck-Harnish

August 5-29, 2020: Maureen Hood and Sean Royal
On the Front Wall: Maria Winkler

September 3 – October 3, 2020: River/City (group show)
On the Front Wall: Jon Lowe

October 8-31, 2020: Galerie Macabre (group show)

November 5 – December 5, 2020: Laureen Landau and Corey Okada, with Marilyn Kuksht
On the Front Wall: Linda Nunes

December 10-30, 2020: The Toy Show (holiday group show)

2019 Exhibitions

December 4-21, 2019: Salon. (full-gallery group show featuring over 30 artists)

November 1-30, 2019: New Works by Patricia Altschul, with sculpture by Gary Dinnen.

October 5-26, 2019: Arthur Sordillo Remembrance
Proceeds from the sale of Arthur’s work benefits the Artists In Crisis Fund.
On the Front Wall: Acrylic Works by Sean Royal

September 5-28, 2019: Sacramento Superheroes
Featuring the late Mel Ramos, David Truman Tracy, Carrie Cottini, Robert Bowen, Corey Okada, and Gabriel Navar

August 6-31, 2019: From My Garden and More by Maureen Hood
On the Front Wall: New Works by Linda Nunes

July 9 – August 3, 2019: Feather, Fins, and Fur, featuring Maria Winkler and works by the following artists: Gary Dinnen, David Fiveash, Lindsay Filby, and more.
Also Showing: New Works by Richard Feese

June 4-29, 2019: Stephanie Taylor and Christy Heron-Clark, Simple Objects: An Excavation

May 1-30, 2019: Sean Royal, Death Valley and Back

April 4-27, 2019: Robin Leddy Giustina, In the World of the Living, with Eryle Swanson and Debra Kreck-Harnish
On the Front Wall: Glass by JC Strote

March 7-30, 2019: Hen Party (group show)
On the Front Wall: Leslie McCarron’s 31 Days and David Truman Tracy’s LEGO* Lamps

February 1-28, 2019: CORAZÓN – The Royal Chicano Air Force

January 5-26, 2019: Introductions 2019 (group show)
Featured artists: David Fiveash, Marie Gonzales, Michael Hoffee, Debra Kreck-Harnish

2018 Exhibitions

December 4-22, 2018: Here Comes Santa Claus (group show)

November 10-December 22, 2018: Patricia Altschul, Studies and Paintings

November 6-30, 2018: DL Thomas, Robert Bagnasco Murray, Rose Kelly

October 4 – November 3, 2018: Patricia Altschul

September 6-29, 2018: The Box It Came In (group show), celebrating 35 years of Archival Gallery

August 8 – September 1, 2018: Maureen Hood and MacAulay Brown

August 25-26, 2018: Land Park Celebration, from the Estate of Laureen Landau
In association with Archival Gallery, a two-day open studio featuring works by Laureen Landau and others.

July 10-31, 2018: Stephanie Taylor and Jesse Vasquez

June 6-30, 2018: Kellie Raines and Don Yost: Birds of a Feather, and Miles Hermann: New Works

May 4-31, 2018: Mel Ramos & Gary Dinnen

April 5-28, 2018: Sean Royal: Death Valley

March 8 – 31, 2018: Richard Feese New Works, also showing Fred Gordon, Laureen Landau, and Maureen Hood.

February 2, 2018 – March 2, 2018: Gerald Barnes: Full Circle, and Mariellen Layne: Stele

2017 Exhibitions

December 2017 – January 2018: Jian Wang, with Earl Boley

November 2017: Fish, Fishing, Fish – Fred Gordon, Maria Winkler, and Christopher Dewees

October 2017: Subtleties & Sirens by Corey Okada, and New Sculpture by Lee Kavaljian

September 2017: New Works by Matt Bult and Jay Welden

August 2017: Sean Royal & Maureen Hood

July 2017: Trump l’oiel

April 2017: New Paintings by Patricia Altschul – Exhibition Review