Greg Fetler Fine Art Gallery 249 E Lake Ave, Watsonville, CA95076 Greg Fetler Fine Art Gallery is an art gallery located in a beautiful Victorian home on E. Lake Avenue. This…More tucked-away gallery, featuring works by fine artist Greg Fetler, has been in operation for 20 years. The Victorian home also serves as a Mr. Fetler's studio and residence. Please call the gallery for viewing times.
Emmett Courts Park 37 Sudden St, Watsonville, CA95076 This park is part of the Pajaro Valley Gallery. The park has handball courts and is behind the art gallery and next…More to the community YMCA. The gallery -- Watsonville's only gallery -- features rotating shows of contemporary visual art of local and regional artists that last from four to eight weeks. It also offers eductional tours for school groups. There is also an annual sculpture garden show held at the Sierra Azul Nursery and Garden sponsored by the Pajaro Valley Arts Council.
Pajaro Valley Arts Council and Gallery (PVAC) has been fullfilling its mission of "bringing the community…More together through the arts" since 1983. The gallery, located in a quaint yellow Victorian on the edge of downtown Watsonville, highlights the cultural diversity, rich history and local beauty unique to the central coast. PVAC works with local schools to bring arts awareness and appreciation to students and the community. The council encourages public participation in the arts and offers chances for local artists and student artists to exhibit work.
Pajaro Valley Arts Council and Gallery welcomes the public to come and enjoy the rotating art exhibits during regular viewing hours. Private tours can be arranged for classrooms.
Admission is free but donations are accepted.
PVAC also has an outdoor sculpture garden at Sierra Azul Nursery, 2660 E. Lake Avenue, in Watsonville
Corralitos Cultural Center 127 Hames Rd, Watsonville, CA95076 The Cultural Center houses the library and arts center - including a gallery and workshops - for the rural community. A…More tile mosaic adorns the front of the building and there are picnic areas near the back, which abuts Aldridge Lane County Park. The center is operated by the Corralitos Cultural Council, formerly the Corralitos Valley Research and Educational Association.