Topanga Canyon Gallery

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23 CA Artists
Topanga Canyon Gallery
120 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd.
Suite 109
Topanga, CA 90290
Venue Type: Gallery
January 9th, 2019 - January 27th, 2019
New Beginnings
Mar Abella, Brenda Anderson, Eva Andry, Beverly Barris, Jeni Bate, Peggy Charboneau, Selina Cheng, Chuka Susan Chesney, Victoria Dean, Patricia Derby, Suzanne Edmonson, Mina Ferrante, Marian Fortunati, Lynda Frautnick, Susan Gesundheit, Sylvia H Goulden, Judy Heimlich, Michaela Hughes, Jeanne Iler, Aazam Irilian, Judy Kane, Diane Karpel, Carol Kay, Susan Lasch Krevitt, Michelene Laski, Jennifer LaVita, Kathy Leader, Ellen Levine, Kate MacMahon, Denise Neumark-Reimer, Carol Orzack, Esther Pearlman, Nancy Phillips, Laurie Plevin, Susan Price, Andrea Raft, Kuniko Ruch, Lynne Schroeder, Debra Sokolow, Betzi Stein, Brenda Stone, Idelle Okman Tyzbir, Loraine Veeck, Arlene Weinstock, Jan WRight
Representing Artists
23 CA Artists, Ken Fermoyle, Robyn Feeley
Fae Horowitz & Robyn Feeley - co presidents
Open hours
wed-sat: 10am - 6pm; sunday: 11am-5pm

Following the lead of the first Topanga Artists' Guild in the 1950's, Topanga Canyon Gallery brings together more than 40 well-known and emerging artists from the greater Los Angeles area, with over half from Topanga Canyon. The gallery was originally founded in the 1980's and opened at its current location in Pine Tree Circle in the fall of 2000. Every month the gallery hosts a new show and opening reception, featuring two to three of the gallery artists or a gallery-wide show.

We encourage the public to come visit us in person when in the Los Angeles area (a special hello goes out to our Canadian and European friends who have written and visited us!), and bring a sense of adventure, a full tank of gas (there is no gas station in the canyon), and a relaxed spirit.

If you are in need of a relaxed spirit, this area has long been known for it's recuperative effects, excellent parks and restaurants, and friendly people besides its creative energy and other delights. See our current artists' work, breathe the freshest air in the Southland . . . and you may even go home with a new favorite art work and a story to tell.