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Current Exhibitions

The Barn Gallery

Memories of a New Future

A multi-media exhibition

In this moment of 'sheltering in place' seven artists explore the theme of embarkation and the hopes, dreams, and fears of setting off into the unknown.

Lynn Beldner

Emergency Blankets, Textile, Lynn Beldner
Emergency Blankets, Textile, Lynn Beldner

Steve Briscoe

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Melissa Chandon

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Chris Daubert

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Glenda Drew & Jesse Drew

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Mel Smothers

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Archived Exhibitions

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Ron Hall and Amy Green:

Rhythms

Amy Green

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Fashion Forward:

Women's Wear and Social Reform

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Thank you to contributing partners Yolo County Archives, Yolo County Historical Collection, and Yolo County Women's History Month.

The Barn Gallery

Women Eco Artists Dialog:

The Legacy of Jo Hanson

“Memories of a New Future” Opens at YoloArts’ The Barn Gallery

In a new exhibition exploring the meaning of art during a pandemic, YoloArts will debut Memories of a New Future, a multi-media exhibition featuring the artwork of Yolo County and regional artists, makers, and thinkers. The Barn Gallery’s exhibition includes sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, prints, mixed media installations and digital media Oars, Wood and found … Continued

YoloArts @ Gallery 625 presents: Rhythms

Rhythms features the acrylic paintings of Ron Hall and watercolor paintings of Amy Green. The show runs through August 4 at YoloArts’ Gallery 625 in Woodland. The exhibition features the artwork of two artists who share the rhythms of color and movement while working in different styles and media. Hall creates art that uses vibrant, … Continued

Interview with the Curator- Fashion Forward: Women’s Wear and Social Reform

To mark the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote, the Yolo County Historical Collection presents a look at turn-of-the-twentieth-century women’s fashion. The importance of the “dressed body” is not only personal, it is socially and culturally significant. While the garments of the Fashion Forward exhibition show a linear trajectory of style from the 1880s … Continued