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., serves up dessert for the eyes with its latest art exhibition, “Sweet,” from November 18 to January 19. An Artists’ Reception will be held from 5:00 to 7:30pm on Saturday, November 18. Guest artist for this exhibit is Leslie Prindle-Klein, specializing in mixed media and paint. Resident artists include Laura Paine Carr, Jane Gardner, Pamela Heck, Terry Holleman, Sharon Kozel and Hanya Popova Parker. Woodworker Paul Maurer is the featured resident artist for “Sweet.” Resident artists include Jane Gardner, Pamela Heck, Terry Holleman, Sharon Kozel, Paul Maurer and Hanya Popova Parker. 

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

John Hundt

Sharon Kozel

Mike Laflin

Paul Maurer

Hanya Popova Parker

Guest Artists

Leslie Prindle-Klein


Featured Resident Artist, Paul Maurer

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

Artist's Statement, Leslie Prindle-Klein

Art gives me the freedom to express myself. I’m not always good with words, but give me ephemera, paint, glue sticks, sharp scissors, scalpels, acrylic matte medium, and embellishments and I am busy for hours dreaming on paper. 

I am inspired by antique books that are profusely illustrated with engravings, handmade and artist papers, maps, old photographs, unusual texts and old foreign scripts. The old books are splotchy with age and often smell like my grandmother’s basement – nothing that a little fresh air and sunlight can’t cure. These are the makings of my art.

I can’t always explain what my creations signify. They evolve from something that inspires me, and I hope ultimately becomes significant to the beholder. Something magical happens – a kind of communication between artist, artwork and viewer that is personal and satisfying. 

Yes, I want viewers to love my art, admire my imagery, composition, humor, sense of color, my precision with scissors and scalpel, paste and paint, and attention to detail. But I make art because it is my form of meditation. It makes me feel whole, heard and content.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Title                                                                Dates/Reception                                         

TBD                                                                January, 2018

Past Exhibitions

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