Library Art Gallery

Print
Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

Lafayette Library and Learning Center (LLLC) Art Gallery (Adjacent to the Don Tatzin Community Hall)

3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette, CA 94549

General Information

The Art Gallery at the LLLC was created to support rich and diverse artistic expression and to encourage the appreciation of the visual arts in the community. It provides an exciting opportunity for local artists to display their work in Lafayette’s cultural center. Exhibits in the gallery are selected by the City of Lafayette Public Art Committee. The committee’s goal is to contribute to the cultural enrichment of residents, visitors and employees by showing exhibits that are of the highest aesthetic quality, reflective of diverse social and cultural perspectives, and of enduing value. Exhibitors interested in displaying artwork in the Library Gallery must submit a complete a LLLC Gallery Exhibition Application and executed Art Gallery Release to the City. Please see Call For Artists or contact Staff Liaison Jenny Rosen for more information.

 

Gallery Hours

The LLLC Art Gallery is open to the public on Monday evenings from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and during public events occurring in the Community Hall. Additionally, it may be open at other times for public or private use by reservation through the Lafayette Library and Learning Center Foundation.

 

Upcoming Exhibit

 

Pamela Fletcher

New Expressions

Pam Fletcher Intersections

Intersections, Acrylic, 2020

The Public Art Committee is excited to present the work of award-winning Lafayette painter and print-maker Pamela Fletcher. The LLLC Art Gallery will feature a collection of her evocative abstract acrylic paintings. As an artist she embraces ambiguity, mystery, failure and experimentation in her art practice. Her work focuses on balance and embodies the pleasure and meaning that can be found in simplicity. Residents will get to hear her speak about her work at the LLLC Art Gallery. This talk kicks off the Lafayette Public Art Committee's first-ever Public Art Walk and Talk.