• Symphony of E-motion

    Boback Emad in the Spotlight Gallery

  • Mother Nature, Eccentric Architect

    Artists have always been drawn to nature as a subject for representative art. The natural world has been used to promote visions of both pastoral order and chaotic disorder. Julia Crane’s art, however, derives not from any overarching attitude toward … Continued

  • Iconic Labels: Anchor Brewing Illustrator James Stitt

    Anchor Brewing illustrator James Stitt has been hand-drawing labels for the San Francisco craft brewing company for 40 plus years. Every year Stitt creates a unique label for the Anchor Steam Christmas Ale, which was first released in 1975. This … Continued

  • Made Precious: Alexis Arnold & Esther Traugot

    Celebrate the opening reception of “Made Precious” with artists Alexis Arnold and Esther Traugot on Saturday, August 6 from 5-7pm. In Arnold and Traugot’s work objects both natural and man-made are made precious by encapsulating them in crystal and fiber. … Continued

  • Down the Rabbit Hole: Innovative Independent Video Games

    Fall Down the Rabbit Hole and into the world of independent video games!

  • Abuzz: Installation and new work by Amber Imrie-Situnayake

    Join us for the opening reception of Abuzz, a solo exhibition of Amber Imrie-Situnayake’s fiber-based installations. Hum is an interactive installation of eight hanging hive/cocoons made from woven fiber and incorporating hand-embroidered insects and LED lights. Hanging at shoulder height, … Continued

  • Brian Singer

    Artist Statement In my works on paper, I’m exploring the printed word as a visual representation of information, attempting to uncover new meaning in what is slowly becoming an outdated form. Crossing out the entirety of a written text while … Continued

  • Justin-Siena High School Visual Art Show

    Opening Reception April 21 6-8pm open to the public Justin-Siena Visual Art presents its annual showcase of digital and studio art.

  • The Masters

    The Yates Foundation has generously loaned to the Museum eight artworks including pieces by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Hughes C. Pissarro.

  • Napa Valley Collects 2016

    The Valley’s most exciting private art collections, on view for you.

  • Recognition

    Trompe l’oeil sculptures by Chris Thorson that posit a gap between perception and material reality, and test the boundaries between what we overlook and what we esteem.

  • Yountville’s 50th Anniversary

    Stroll through the history of a small town while viewing this exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of the Town of Yountville. On February 4, 1965 Yountville became on official Town with its own charter and elected officials (the … Continued

  • Allison Watkins: Reilluminate

    Artist’s Statement Most of our relationships with plants are during the day, during the magic of photosynthesis, a time when we can admire the visible beauty of nature lit up brightly by the sunlight. I walk around at night and … Continued

  • Trashed and Treasured

    By displaying the artistic potential of often-wasted reusable materials, this exhibition will inspire creativity, resourcefulness, and action toward a more sustainable future.

  • Life is Fantastic and Death is Too

    On view November 4 through January 10!

  • Wayne Thiebaud: Works on Paper

    “Common objects become strangely uncommon when removed from their context and ordinary ways of being seen.” —Wayne Thiebaud


    The lines between food and art are fluid but the space they share is nourishment.

  • Forms of Fragmentation: Collages by Thomas Morphis

    This series of paintings emerged from the desire to incorporate recognizable subject matter, specifically the human figure, into my life-long practice of making abstract art.

  • Napa Valley Collects 2015

    The third year of NAPA VALLEY COLLECTS, titled The Art of Collecting, covers a broad range of art collecting styles in the Napa Valley, and introduces residents and visitors here to some new art world talent.

  • Brave Art: The Justin-Siena High School Visual Art Show

    How does art fit into the lives of our youth? Is it in the way they dress, speak or move? Like dance, music, and theater, the visual arts give our youth a unique means of expressing themselves and exploring new ideas, subjects and cultures. Art gives them a means to capture and communicate their passions and emotions.