Auburn Old Town Gallery is an artists’ cooperative. Established in 1995, the gallery features the works of over 50 local artists who explore a wide range of media.
The City of Auburn was founded during the Gold Rush of 1849. Now you can find new treasures in the Auburn Old Town Gallery. Visit our Gallery and then wander around Old Town Auburn for a taste of history. The gallery occupies what once was the Empire Livery Stables, established in 1864.
Works include: acrylic, oil & watercolor paintings, scratchboard & pencil drawings, jewelry, pottery & ceramics, metal & wire sculpture, photography (traditional & digital), painted silk & batik, fiber art, woodcarving, blown & fused glass, gourds, pysanky (decorated eggs), and felting.
Our artists staff the gallery in rotation. Each time you visit, is an opportunity to talk to one or more of our artists and learn about their techniques.
Fourteen Placer Studios Tour artists are represented in the gallery, and the featured theme for November is “Little Art”, so it’s a great place to visit during the Tour weekends.