Main Street Artists

OPEN to All: WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY 11-5. SAT 11-4

October, 2021 Lucinda Wood MORNING LIGHT

“Tranquility” by Lucinda Wood
“Four Mornings at the Head of the Falls” by Lucinda Wood
Tray with butterflies inlaid in quilted maple, mahogany surround, by Bruce Powell
Tray with butterflies inlaid in quilted maple, mahogany surround, by Bruce Powell
Table of acacia wood, with "whimsical" inlays, by Bruce Powell
Table of acacia wood, with “whimsical” inlays, by Bruce Powell
Treasure box, body of bubinga wood, lid of lacewood with inlaid colorful koi fish, by Bruce Powell
Treasure box, body of bubinga wood, lid of lacewood with inlaid colorful koi fish, by Bruce Powell

And Artistic Friends

"Blooming Aloe" by Chris J Patyk, blown glass
“Blooming Aloe” by Chris J Patyk, blown glass
"Where the Wild Things are", by James Johnson, mixed media
“Where the Wild Things are”, by James Johnson, mixed media

Framing Services

Norm Brovelli working on framing a picture
Norm Brovelli working on framing a picture

The Gallery is a place to share great art and the spirit of Plumas County

Main Street Artists Gallery was formed in 2009 when artists and art-lovers in Plumas County joined together to create a venue for presenting high quality professional art to the public and provide a location for exciting cultural events. Our beautiful gallery is located in the historic Clinch Building on Main Street in the heart of Quincy. Currently 33 artists and 45 patrons keep the gallery active.

The Gallery now offers custom framing services to enhance and protect your valuable artwork and collectibles. Services include design guidance and consultation, a wide selection of frame styles and mat board, glass options and more. We also stock a selection of ready-made frames and pre-cut mats.

The gallery is staffed by the artists and patrons — we are friendly and highly knowledgeable about the artwork. Come in and see the work, meet the artists and ask all the questions you want.  

DIRECTIONS:
Main Street Artists Gallery is located in Northern California, in Quincy, which is the county seat of Plumas County. This area boasts beautiful seasons throughout the year. There is a lively art and music scene, many attractive shops and good restaurants, as well as businesses serving all the basic needs of any community. With many outdoor activities, mountain air and numerous rivers, creeks and lakes, this area is well worth a visit.

Quincy is located about 5 hours’ drive northeast of San Francisco, 1.5 hours northwest of Reno, and about 1.5 hours from Chico. No matter which route you take, you are treated to gorgeous scenery: wide open spaces and impressive mountains.

MAIN STREET ARTISTS GALLERY sits in the heart of Quincy at 436 Main Street.

Hours: WED- FRI: 11-5; SAT: 11-4