2019 Show Schedule


New Beginnings” 

January 9 – 27

Reception Sunday Jan.13 2PM – 5PM

Exhibition by Women Painters West

This show is being juried by American painter Edith Baumann. She will select the exhibited work from those submitted through Women Painters West, a well known association of women artists in Southern California. 

Topanga Elementary School Art Show

January 31 – Feb 3

Gallery space donated by the Artists of the Gallery   

“Everything Has a Story” 

February 7 – March 3

Reception Saturday Feb 9 4PM – 7PM

Presenting the artists of the Topanga Canyon Gallery 

The artists exhibit pieces that have a narrative or a backstory; one you might find surprising, or one that may change how you look at the work. Each piece or selection will be accompanied by its story. Come to see, and to read. 

An Unusual Collection of Works 

March 7 – March 31  

Reception Saturday March 9 4PM – 7PM

Well known gallery artists Kit Plumridge, Toby Salkin, and Sari Scheer are joining together again with the Gallery’s new member, Lois York.  This exhibition will include oils, mixed media, collages, and recycled glass sculpture. 

An Elemental Exhibit: Paper, Metal, Cloth and Water(color)   

April 4 – April 28

Reception Saturday April 6 4PM – 7PM

The trio that brought you “Women at Work” last year, Carole Carpenter (Die on Silk), Patrick Ramsey (Photography), and Idelle Okman Tyzbir (Metalwork & Watercolor) will join together again with an impactful message.  

2019 Topanga Studio Tour Gallery Show

May 2 – June 3

Over 40 Artists will be showing their work during the Artist Studio Tour June 1 - 2. Each one will have a piece showing in the gallery; giving you the opportunity to select which sites to visit during the tour. Many of the artists will offer an 8”x8” work on canvas which will be in gallery on silent auction starting May 2.

2019 Topanga Artists Studio Tour 

June 1 – June 2

Reception Saturday June 2

Artists’ home studios throughout the canyon open to visitors, joined by guest artists from out of the area