Sonoma County Art Trails Gallery at Corrick's
The Art Trails Gallery at Corrick's was formed in 2011 to feature some of Sonoma County's finest talent in a year-round setting. The Gallery currently displays work from scores of the 100+ Art Trails participants each year. Each month we feature selected artists and groups from Art Trails, and its sister programs at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts.
November 2022 - Tribute to Santa Rosa Printmaker Micah Schwaberow
December 2022 - "Art in 3 Dimensions: Purposeful, Playful, Beautiful"
Featuring works by Art Trails artists working in three-dimensional media
First Friday Reception: December 2nd, 5-7pm
See our Events page for details on current and past events!
Founded in 1985, Sonoma County Art Trails Open Studios is one of the oldest and most respected programs of its kind in the nation. More than 140 artists open their studios to the public each year, showcasing some Sonoma County's diverse talent!
Internationally known Nichibei Potters : Their beautifully hand-crafted pottery is a perennial favorite among all the artwork featured in the Art Trails Gallery at Corrick's.
Artists on Display
These are some of the artists with ongoing displays in the Art Trails Gallery.
Tony incorporates elements from nature, vintage pop-culture graphics and old board game designs into his work.
Donna's passion for scientific knowledge increases the familiarity of each subject, whether butterflies, marine life, or Sonoma County vines.
Teri's art reflects her experiences, from the rural Alaskan tundra to the Trinity Mountains, to the ranches and hills of Northern California, as well as the inner world of her imagination.
Vivid pastels: landscapes, still lifes, wildlife & animals, and classic cars!
Serene yet passionate landscapes and wildlife.
Michael interprets the natural shapes of the wood he works with into incomparable furnishings, almost with a life of their own.
"An artist, to me, is one who learns, practices, strives until the necessary techniques are so well integrated into how one does one’s art, it moves into another realm."
Husband and wife team Jean Salatino and Steven Gandolfo create exquisite blown, etched, and carved glass pieces.
Botanical and aquatic themes amidst incomparable and innovative metalwork.
Distinctive pastels of the North Bay are Clark's hallmark, while the occasional metal leaf background creates a more striking treasure.
Diana's works are quiet in tone, but full of life and dimension. Life-like birds make their nests amidst vintage architectural drawings and personal letters.
Sherrie is where poetry, calligraphy, and watercolors meet. Her poems and her calligraphic paintings are companions to one another.
Willow's photorealistic and Fauve paintings reveal her intimate love and knowledge of our dear Wine Country.
Wood and metal tangle and embrace to tell unique stories in Mike's free-standing and wall-hanging pieces.
David's ceramics defy expectations, taking shapes and colors unlooked-for, but delightful.
"As you will see, my work is related to our Earth…the beauty of the land, the flow of the water and the constantly changing skies."
Tim creates with a variety of media, but consistently captures the essence of some of the North Bay's most distinctive scenes.
Friendly and unexpected characters greet you from each of Suki's ceramics - bowls, mugs, butter dishes, and more.
Mandy taps into the geometric and the organic in her colorful abstracts.
Bold and vivid - Dee's botanicals and abstracts are incomparably eye-catching.