The Gallery is a  gallery operated by local artists as a Cloverdale Arts Alliance program. A wide variety of original artwork is offered by the resident artists and invited guests. Approximately six changing exhibitions a year feature new art by the gallery artists. To see a virtual tour of the gallery, click here.

The Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery, located at 204 North Cloverdale Blvd., visually leaps language barriers with its latest art exhibition, “Translate,” from March 17 to May 18. An Artists’ Reception will be held from 5:00 to 7:30pm on Saturday, March 17. Guest artists for this exhibit are painter Adam Wolpert and ceramist Ralph Broussard. Resident artists include Jane Gardner, Pamela Heck, Terry Holleman, Sharon Kozel, Paul Maurer and Hanya Popova Parker. Painter Laura Paine Carr is the featured resident artist for “Translate.”Parker.  

For more information, visit or call (707) 894-4410

Contact Us:

204 N. Cloverdale Boulevard
Cloverdale, CA 95425 
Phone: (707) 894-4410

Friday-Sunday 11am - 5pm
Monday-Thursday Closed




Resident Artists 

Laura Paine Carr

Jane Gardner

Pamela Heck

Terry Holleman

Paul Maurer

Hanya Popova Parker

Adam Wolpert

Guest Artists

Ralph Broussard

Virginia Harrison


Featured Resident Artist, Pamela Heck

Artist Statements

Ralph Broussard, digital collage:

I spent the first 27 years of my life on Bayou Lafourche in South Louisiana. Surrounded by swamp & marsh, the memories of my early years there have always been a driving force in my work. This coastal area was alway thriving with wildlife. However, much damage has been inflicted on this beautiful area through the decades. The oil industry has taken its toll on the grassy wet lands where many sea creatures come to spawn.Hurricanes and tornados interrupt and devastate lives there, beyond belief. Still, the Cajun people celebrate life through strong religious beliefs, parish festivals, unique music and lavish parades such as Mardi Gras. My intent in my work is that you see this struggle of beauty, magic and destruction.

Virginia Harrison, sculptor:

I was raised at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, where the history and lore of the gold and silver mines gave me an early understanding of metal. Over the past 17 years, I've been refining a technique combining the ignitive force of casting with the delicacy of weaving to create woven bronze sculptures that evoke both literal and emotional interpretation. Sometimes the shapes that emerge are extremely deliberate, while other times they evolve during the process of creating them. Combining bronze casting and weaving connects me to some of the most ancient human activities, and offers a way of lending grace and movement to bronze

Pamela Heck, painter:

Regardless of style, there is a unifying air of mystery in my work that invites questions and personal interpretation. This “interactive imagining” enriches the viewing experience by creating interplay between the artist, the painting and the observer.  Like all artists who actually make art, instead of dreaming about it, I have had to face my fears and doubts while forging ahead. Each piece I create is the best one I can do between two moments…the moment it is conceived and the moment it is completed. Each is my guide to the next piece and the next. All are personal and, I think, distinctive. No one else could have produced them.


Upcoming Exhibitions

Title                                                                Dates/Reception                        Featured Artist                                

Launch                                                           July 20, 2018                                Sharon Kozel

Nurture                                                          September 14, 2018                    Jane Gardner

Render                                                           November 16, 2018                     Hanya Popova Parker


Past Exhibitions

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