Sutter Creek Art Galleries

Sutter Creek is home to some of the most unique and interesting art galleries and art shops in Amador County. Main Street Sutter Creek is lined with a variety of Art Galleries. Enjoy browsing these Sutter Creek Art shops while partaking of our historic small town atmosphere. California Gold Country Shopping at it’s finest.

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Gallery 10, LLC
15 Eureka Street
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
Phone: 209-267-0203

Original works of fine art, paintings. The group also showcases three dimensional pieces in bronze, ceramics, hand-blown glass jewelry and sculpted aluminum. Introduction to the variety of artwork available.

Jan-Feb Thurs-Mon 11-4.
March – Nov Thurs-Mon 11-5.
December Everyday.

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Sutter Creek Gallery
40B Main Street, Sutter Creek

Amador County has a wealth of artistic talent. Sutter Creek Gallery represents over 20 local artists with a wide range of interests. You will find original paintings, prints, cards, jewelry, glass art, pottery, and photography. The theme for Sutter Creek Gallery is “art for everyone.” A variety of media and styles are represented at affordable prices. New art is brought in regularly to display, keeping the gallery fresh and interesting year-round. And new artists are occasionally invited to join, adding to the ever-changing creative excitement.

We offer custom matting and framing with 75 different styles of frames and a large variety of mat colors. Framing services are available for your personal works of art or any art you bring in. Our artists provide many unframed versions of their work, both originals and prints, so you can choose a frame to match your taste or home decor, all at reasonable prices. Stop by to see what we carry and browse our hundreds of paintings and artworks on display.

Hours: Thursday through Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Bellflower Home & Garden
10787 Water St.
Amador City, CA 95601
Phone: 209-267-1985

Bellflower Home and Garden Annex occupies nearly all of the Chichizola Store. The earliest part of the building was completed in 1877. Located on Water Street, everyone passed the store on their way to the original gold mining encampment up stream. A large addition to the building was completed sometime in the next ten years. With two foot thick foundation walls and full steel doors to protect from fire, this building is authentic, surviving the fires that used to sweep through town. First, housing a General Store in the Gold Rush town of Amador City, it was filled with so much merchandise that rafters were used for displaying the goods! The Chichizola Store remains the largest commercial building in the town.

Many years later, the Antonini Family purchased the building. They operated a general store and converted part of the original building into a feed store. The family also operated the Associated Gas Station that used to occupy the current outdoor display area for Bellflower.

Dan Schutz, Proprietor, finds merchandize that helps tell the unique story of Amador City and its early history. These wonderful objects are displayed in vintage cabinets.

In original Amador City homes, there are antique shelf brackets. Expensive and hard to find, Dan carries cast iron reproductions of the original designs. Also, cast iron switch plates with similar traditional designs are available for restoration projects.

Note pads that feature Amador City as THE CITY of the world are printed on 50% recycled paper with a 15% post consumer content.

If you have just sampled wines from the 150 year old vines in the Shenandoah Valley, a fine selection of grape and wine oriented objects is available. A fruited olive branch is a reminder of the exquisite local olive oil that you just purchased from Andrae’s Bread and Cheese Shop.

A long time ago, when truck brakes were not so good and Highway 49, along the route that the original 49ers took, was very narrow, Tony Antonini was just a lad. While he was managing the Gas Station for his Dad, he heard a loud horn. Tony knew that a truck had lost its brakes. Being smart, and standing right in front of gasoline tanks, he ran! A Southern California truck was coming down Highway 49, overloaded with watermelons. Missing the gas pumps, the truck plowed through the Station and up the hill. It stopped after destroying a burial chamber in the City Cemetery. This is true, Tony himself told me the story just a few years ago.

Fast forward to today! The Associated Gas Station is gone, brakes are reliable and you will enjoy the fabulous yard art in Bellflower Annex.

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Patricia Stikeleather
Art and Photography

26 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
Phone: 209-267-5520

This art and photo gallery within Creekside Shops showcases fine art, limited edition prints and photography by local artists Patricia Stikeleather, Al Thompson and others. Unique images in this co-op.

10-5 daily.

sutter creek art gallery Poor Mans Bronze

The Metal Zoo
824 N. State Hwy 49/88
Jackson, CA 95642
Phone: 209-273-9289

At our three-acre Recycled Art Yard in Jackson, we have added an incredible variety of Mexican art: clay, sheet metal, rock art, wood art and much more. Recycled Aluminum Statues, Animals Life size!

Open 9am to 5pm 7 Days a Week.

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