Jay Alan Jewelers 855 El Camino Real Ste 33, Palo Alto, CA94301 The collection of fine art, jewelry, art objects, and Asian art is what makes Jay Alan Jewelers in the Town and…More Country Center. Since 1966, Jay Alan has assisted Palo Alto residents in estate art sales. Today at Jay Alan Jewelers, you will find inventory that includes many rare and one-of-a-kind pieces that have been carefully chosen. The company also buys jewelry, gold, diamonds, art objects and art.
University Art 267 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 University Art is an art supply store that sells high-end art supplies to students and locals in the area. There are…More several stores in the Bay area catering to beginner and professional artists. Call the number provided for more information.
Accent Arts 392 S California Ave, Palo Alto, CA94306 Since 1970 Accent Arts on California Avenue has provided Palo Alto artists with supplies. Accent Arts has everything you…More need from paints, easels, canvases, custom framing and everything in between. You can gear up at the Accent Arts store or shop online -- they'll ship anywhere.
City of Palo Alto Art Center 1313 Newell Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 The Palo Alto Art Center is a regional visual arts mecca whose exhibition program features the work of Bay Area artists.…More The nationally-renowned organization is funded by the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation, as well as Arts Council Silicon Valley and numerous other groups. The Center's mission is to "foster creative process and thought by forging a greater appreciation and understanding of the visual arts through exhibitions, studio experiences, and related educational programs." Those educational programs include a plethora of classes for kids and adults, and the generous time and money offered by the Center's supporters have allowed it to truly become a regional artistic hub serving the greater mid-Peninsula area.
Stanford University's very own museum, the Cantor Arts Center, displays works from all over the world, spanning 4,000…More years of art history. Completely free to visit, Cantor offers constantly changing exhibitions, tours, classes and special events.
The Leland Stanford, Jr. Museum was founded in 1894, shortly after the University was founded in 1891, and thus has deep roots in the school's history. The early founding reflects the Stanfords' dedication to the arts. The Stanford family would travel the world collecting objects of art and cultural interest to display in the museum. In 1999, the museum was renamed the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts.
Highly integrated with the Art & Art History Department, student works are often showcased. The museum serves as a place for rich and diverse educational opportunities for students and faculty, but also always opens its doors to the public. In 2005, the Center celebrated its one-millionth visitor.
Art Craft 858 San Antonio Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 Art Craft is a business that offers a range of flooring options, including carpets, rugs and linoleum. For…More more information, call the listed number or visit the storefront.
Pacific Art League 668 Ramona St, Palo Alto, CA94301 Founded in 1921, the Pacific Art League offers classes and summer camps for students of all ages. Print making, glass…More fusing, painting and photography are just a few examples of ways you can stretch your creativity. The league also has a gallery to exhibit artists' work, an art rental program and several membership options.
Art For Well Beings 2460 Park Blvd Ste 3, Palo Alto, CA94306 Art for Well Beings offers private and group classes and workshops for individuals with special needs. Some of the…More available classes include Art for the Special Child, Honest Earnest Artist and Important Golden Workshop. Owner and artist Judy Gittelsohn created the facility as a place for people to express themselves in a respectful, safe, encouraging environment.