Many local art galleries showcase works inspired by Nevada’s landscape and history, pieces by local artists and collections from nationally-acclaimed artists. You can find these artistic caches at locations like the University of Nevada, Reno; Reno City Hall; artist co-ops; and privately-owned collections. You will be pleasantly surprised at the plethora and diversity of art work available in Reno Tahoe.
Experience Reno’s all abstract art gallery. At Art Indeed! it’s about creating art that is interpreted differently by each individual. Most of the work starts with a pallette of three to five colors, and the outcome becomes a combination of the the colors and the artist’s state of mind.
Discover work by thirty-eight local artists, and shop a selection of gifts including Nevada landscapes and books, pottery, jewelry, watercolors, pen and graphite drawing, photography and other unique items.
In addition to a selection of fine art and sculptures from a wide variety of artists and styles, Art Source offers custom, museum-quality framing.
Non profit organization providing arts programming for adults and children with special needs who may be underserved by the arts. Paintings, sculpture and three-dimensional wearable art for sale
Artist Fred Boyce has a lifelong passion for painting the beauty of the natural world, with pieces depicting wildlife, landscapes and scenes from the West. Visit his gallery to see and shop original artwork, prints and books.
These University of Nevada, Reno student galleries showcase everything from student solo to group exhibitions, as well as student-curated and organized exhibits. On most Thursday nights, the University Galleries offer visitors the opportunity to experience new art. Lectures, workshops, demonstrations, screenings, studio visits, receptions and more are all part of the gallery programming accompanying each exhibition.
Located inside Reno City Hall, this space features a variety of artists with six shows per year. This gallery is sponsored by the Reno Arts & Culture Commission and managed by Sierra Arts, providing a forum for local and regional artists.
Located near the Truckee River in the Truckee River Arts and Culture District, this former school is now home to two gallery spaces that houses a variety of exhibits throughout the year.
Richardson Gallery features more than 100 artists and has everything from work by historic masters to chic conceptual creations.
Providing education opportunities for artist of all ages, Sierra Arts also creates and manages spaces and venues throughout our community for artists to perform and display their work. Their gallery showcases the work of a variety of artists, who work in various mediums, throughout the year.
Standing as a beacon in Reno’s Midtown district, the Stremmel Gallery displays painting, drawings and sculptures by mid-career and established American and European artists.
Truckee Meadows Community College Art Galleries provide spaces and opportunities for both student artists and local artists to showcase their work. There are five galleries on their Dandini Campus – TMCC Main Gallery, Red Mountain Gallery, Red Mountain Student Gallery, Atrium Gallery and Erik Lauritzen Gallery – and the Meadowood Center Galleries, located off-campus.