Established in Feb. 2014, Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery hosts exhibits showing artists in traditional and hybrid media including oil painting, print making, collage, and sculpture. Subjects and genres include abstract, non-objective and figurative. Regional and national artists. We believe in a robust program of art lectures, talks, and contributing to local non-profit organizations through partnerships and fundraising.
3620 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
Hours: Weds.-Sat 12-6 (most nights we close at 5pm during winter daylight savings) Always best to make an appointment
Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery seeks to stimulate a culture of, and passion for, creativity through art. Serving art collectors through consultations, exhibitions talks, and home visits. Our artists are from the Bay Area, and as far away as Santa Fe. The collection we curate is a standard above an average gallery, but approachable with friendly staff and a welcoming atmosphere.
“Opening this studio and art gallery in my own community is a dream come true. Sharing the creative process and providing a direct experience with artists connects people to art in deep, lasting ways. That makes this gallery a place of connection and transformation. Whether you are in need of a change to your interior space or desire a change within, it can begin with art.” –Jennifer Perlmutter
The gallery is open and inviting. Most of our affiliate artists accept commissions and private appointments are encouraged. Located on Mt. Diablo Blvd. in downtown Lafayette, we are just steps away from BART.
Some of the services we provide:
Professional Delivery and Installation of your artwork.
In Home Consultation for art procurement and placement.
Art Loan – in home trial.
Exhibition opportunities are based on the artist’s history of work and level of development. Many factors are considered before taking an artist or group of artists in to exhibit. The gallery is booked far in advance.
Please email an introduction to firstname.lastname@example.org for a submission please include your website and instagram. We will consider both in determining if the art is a good fit for our gallery representation and exhibitions.
3620 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette, CA Open Weds – Sat 12-6 and by appt.
3525 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette, CA
Hours: Weds. 12-4
A brand new pop-up gallery for Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery is now open in Lafayette! Check out the web page: www.jpgatthebank.com
JPG@The Bank PUBLIC HOURS THURSDAY-SATURDAY 2PM-7PM Located in an old bank building, the natural light and spaciousness makes for a beautiful space to show art, host gatherings, musical concerts, and workshops.
Address: 3525 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette, CA
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3620 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
Lafayette, CA 94549
Last Edited on 2018-02-12