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Gallery Route One in Point Reyes Station is producing First Friday Art Walk, taking place on first Fridays, June through October in downtown Point Reyes Station California.

The First Friday Art Walk is made possible, in part,

through a grant from the 



Come here to find out what spaces are participating, and any special events they might be hosting.


What's Happening July 5th


Gallery Route One

11101 Hwy One, Suite 1101

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June 15 - July 27


Cross Currents, 2024 Members' Show

Circumstances are out of our control. Many of us are feeling whiplashed by politics, climate change, and the economy. The exhibition title 'CROSS CURRENTS', is broad enough to encompass the divergent works of gallery member artists and speaks to the zeitgeist of the time in which we are living in.

Participating Artists include: Jizell Albright, Charles Anselmo, Pat Augsburger, Kelley Berg, Austin Buckingham, Jenny-Lynn Hall, Steven Hurwitz, Betsy Kellas, Mirka Knaster, Renée Owen, Bruce Mitchell, Zea Morvitz, Mary Mountcastle Eubank, Airiel Mulvaney, Will Thoms, Vickisa, Ellen Vogel, EA Zappa, and 2024 Fellows, Sofia Gonzalez, and Taryn Möller Nicoll.


Some of the exhibiting artists will be present to meet visitors.

Guitar performance by Artist Member EA Zappa.







Open Thursdays - Mondays, 11am -5pm

EA Zappa (Ric) is a multi-media artist (Gallery Route One Artist Member), musician, woodworker, and published composer (Seesaw Music Corp.). Ric has been playing guitar since he was twelve years old, listening to everything from classical and jazz to popular music. As a retired music teacher and conductor, Ric now performs solely for his love of music. His fingerstyle guitar playing, characterized by intricate melodies and rhythmic nuances, reflects his deep appreciation for diverse musical genres.

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11245 Hwy One

May 24 - July 29


Stones and Stars

An ongoing exhibit of daytime and night sky photographs by Marty Knapp made at the Alabama Hills and Joshua Tree National Park.

Open Fridays through Sundays, 11am - 5pm

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11250 Hwy One

June29 -July 31

Showing: Tom Killion, Landscape Prints

Opening Reception Sat. June 29 1-3PM

Tom was born and raised in Mill Valley, California, on the slopes of Mt. Tamalpais. The rugged scenery of Marin County and Northern California inspired him from an early age to create landscape prints using linoleum and wood, strongly influenced by the traditional Japanese Ukiyo-ë style of Hokusai and Hiroshige.


Special 10 minute Action Theater performances on Toby's front porch by Claire Peaslee at:

5:20, 5:50, and 6:20.

Action Theater is a unique form of improvisation, where nothing is planned and everything rises from embodied presence, moment to moment. Just like life! Claire has long studied with Action Theater’s originator, Ruth Zaporah. Claire now hosts a practice group in West Marin for anyone curious about the experience. Special thanks to Toby's and Chris Giacomini for supporting all arts and community.


Open Monday- Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

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Claire Peaslee


65 Third Street, Unit 14

The Visions space invites collaboration, inclusion and sharing of ideas; bringing together objects from local and international makers and artists, and curated to reflect values of sustainability, utility, expansiveness and beautilful design. Come say hi :)


Open Friday - Monday 11am - 4pm

11101 Hwy One, Suite 105


May 31–August 4


Portraits & Landscapes: Creative Growth 

Blunk Space is a gallery and research center dedicated to preserving and advancing the legacy of JB Blunk

Open Friday–Saturday, 11am–5pm, or by appointment. Please email to book.


11101 Hwy One, Suite 201

July 5-19, 2024

Showing: The Emergency was Curiosity by Christie George


An exhibition of artwork by Christie George from her illustrated book report inspired by Jenny Odell’s 2019 book How To Do Nothing. George’s work invites us all to share in the quirks and glories of rural living, cultivate creative attention and come us know ourselves and each other better.


Founded in 1991, Coyuchi is a pioneer in organic home textiles. Our organic bed and bath linens are sourced from nature, sustainable in every way and crafted with care from farm to finish. Experience the difference at our flagship store in Point Reyes Station.


Open Friday - Tuesday 11am – 5pm

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11275 Hwy One

Featuring: CINDY GRANADOS Collages & Fish Constructions.

Also showing Nancy Stein and Sylvia Gonzalez, Michael Garlington, Bernie Schimbke & Ark Surreal


Vita Collage is a thoughtful collection of Home * Fashion *Jewelry * Art * and Garden acquisitions with a particular perspective: offering an alternative shopping experience in an inspiring environment.

Visit the open garden for a dash of libations.

Monday 11:30 –4:00 ,  Tuesday Appt,  Wed & Thurs 11:00– 4:30 

Friday 11:00–5 :00,  Saturday  10:30 –5 :00,  Sunday 11:00 –5 :00

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11101 Hwy One, Suite 105

Special showing of ceramic work by Bay Area artist Ariel Clute.


Monk Estate curates a collection of one of a kind antique jewels and objects of art primarily from the Victorian era set within a broader context of contemporary ceramics and other treasures for your home.

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503 B Street

The Chronicle in Color a Century Ago - A Talk by Gray Brechin

July 5th, 7pm 

(immediately following the First Friday Art Walk) 

Dance Palace Church Space

$5 at the door


Few today are aware that major newspapers began printing full-page graphics in color in the late nineteenth century since most of the originals have been destroyed. Michael DeYoung's San Francisco Chronicle was no exception, commissioning talented artists to produce original art works for its Sunday supplements. Inverness resident Gray Brechin has been photographing these illustrations from a rare run of the newspaper that teach much about how the city promoted itself and California to the world as well as the birth of consumer culture. The Dance Palace will feature an exhibit of some of the illustrations in July. 

Founded in 1971, the Dance Palace is a place for the people of West Marin to come together, learn, celebrate and meet new friends. We host a wide variety of programs and services for people of all ages right here in Point Reyes. The lobby gallery is curated by our Art Committee and shows work by established and emerging artists of West Marin or whose subject is West Marin. Some recent artists include: Susan Hayes, Tess Felix, Mardi Wood, Cindy Davis, Ann Gessert, Sally Fairfax, Travis Meinolf and Alex McLean.

Their Mission: To enrich the quality of life in West Marin by providing diverse cultural, educational, and community services in a well-maintained, environmentally friendly facility.

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11101 Hwy One, Suite 109

Come Back in August!

Open Thursday & Friday: 12-5
Saturday 11-6
Sunday 12-5
For private visits & design consultation please ring: 415-720-0434

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 “Sacred Whimsy”, a new series of paintings by Ernesto. 


Ernesto’s Studio showcases the art of Ernesto Sanchez. His work is mixed media and multicultural with influences from his southern Californian Mexican-American upbringing, travels through Asia, Europe, Latin America, and his 25 years as an international mask performer and teacher. Also on display are works from the “Spirits of the Underworld”series, the “Divine Goddess”, and some mirrored mosaics. 

At 6pm, Ernesto will give a talk about the transformational power of masks and how he strives to imbue his art with this energy.

Bruce Fox will be on site performing the handpan.








Varied hours. When he is in the studio the studio is open to the public.

11101 Hwy One, Suite 107, next to Cafe Reyes

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11315 Hwy One

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Work by Marin Artists, Kathleen Lipinski, Tom Killion, Todd Pickering, Joyce Laws, Susan Hall, Wendy Schwartz, & Andrea Hubbard. Also featuring Nichibei and Gokan pottery.

Todd Pickering, Joyce Laws, Susan Hall and Shari Milner will be at Leona's to talk to the public.

Todd Pickering received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute where he concentrated on landscape photography and sculpture. Travels have taken him from above the Arctic Circle in Norway to the rainforests in Hawaii and to the jungles of Sri Lanka. Recent years you can find him walking the curves and edges of the Point Reyes region in California.


Joyce Laws' studio sits on a hillside over looking Tomales Bay in Inverness. She is inspired by what I

she sees from there. Everyday her view changes. She loves how the fog softens the edges of the world around her, spilling over the hilltops, hovering in a thick mass over the bay and then thinning and lifting off the surface of the bay to give her peeks of the rippled water below and the blue sky above. She loves the bright, clear, sunny days and the strong contrast of the dark green trees against the Golden hills. Her goal is to minimize detail and to create a compelling surface to her paintings. She is drawn to paintings with such interesting surfaces that she wants to reach out and touch them. Success is when she can see that she has made a small step toward that goal.

Shari Milner's jewelry is often described as soft, or peaceful. She lives in a small seaside town, and thinks her lifestyle is reflected in her jewelry designs. They are organic, yet whimsical and feminine. She finds a lot of her clients are looking for something that is art inspired and evocative, yet sophisticated and classic. 

Open daily, 11am - 5pm.

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80 4th Street


Laurie Mahan Sawyer

Meet Laurie, view her work, and enjoy oysters!

Laurie has lived in places with beaches and canyons to explore. Where flora and fauna abound. She has grown gardens and children. Her artwork has been deeply influenced by all of it. Monet said "I am following Nature without being able to grasp her, I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers". Laurie concurs.

Her most recent work is directed towards Scientific Illustration. She hopes to share her concern for this beautiful place we inhabit, and through the creation of pictures share stories that might inspire understanding and respect for the world around us.


At Wild West Ferments we are inspired by the ancient wisdom of our work. Fermentation is an age-old practice of preserving and enhancing food through a simple dance with nature. The act of fermenting foods has been engaged to preserve harvests and create alcohol (and religious experiences) by ancient cultures all over the world. In every culture known, the lore and traditions related to fermentation help us understand what a vital role it plays in food systems and religious beliefs. Today the frontiers of science are focusing on the benefits of fermentation in a myriad of realms, confirming that age-old ways have value beyond our knowing.

Open Friday - Monday, 11am - 5pm.

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11285 Hwy One


Work by local artists:


Mary Mountcastle Eubank

Rozalynd Roos Merrill

Art Rogers

Marty Knapp

Michael Garlington


on display throughout the restaurant.



10am-3pm brunch
4pm-8pm dinner

Monday – Friday
11am-3pm brunch
4pm-8pm dinner

10am-3pm brunch
4pm-9pm dinner

CLOSED Wednesdays

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