About Art on the Divide Gallery Cooperative
Discover a cozy gallery in a historic brick building on a tree-lined street, richly filled with the work of member artists. Art on the Divide Gallery is a cooperative, whose members share the work of running and staffing the gallery. When you stop by you will be greeted by an artist whose work is on display, and is also knowledgeable about the work of the other artists in the coop. The gallery is located in historic Georgetown, which is a lovely and quiet foothill drive of about 30 minutes from either Auburn or Placerville.
Once inside you will experience a spacious wood-paneled, brick- walled studio with high ceilings. In addition to track lights, lighting is provided by two bay windows and hanging lanterns that provide a warm, glowing ambiance. Two passageways filled with art lead to a rose garden used for workshops and social functions.
Currently twenty local artists contribute their work, including gourds, pottery, glassware, photography, watercolors, oils, pastels, sculptures, glass mosaics, jewelry and greeting cards. Most members live on the Georgetown Divide, in the small towns between the Middle and South Forks of the American River.
Gallery members are very active in refreshing the art display, as well as encouraging and promoting participation in the arts in the local community. Please check our upcoming events .
Reception for Artist Chris McClellan
Chris McClellan will be showing her nature inspired watercolor paintings and photography throughout May. Reception Sunday, May 5th from 2:00. to 5:00 PM. Come and meet Chris, have some refreshments, and see her new works and those of the 18 other artists in our gallery
Hours and Location
Art on the Divide Gallery
|Art on the Divide Gallery Cooperative | 6295 Main Street, Georgetown, California 95634 | 530.333.2787 (ARTS)
© 2012-2012 Art on the Divide Gallery Cooperative (All rights reserved - all artwork is copyrighted and property of respective artists)