1120 N. Main St.Lakeport, CA 95453 (800) 675-6151


There is a diverse collection of restaurants, coffee shops, and bars located in the downtown area – just a block from Clear Lake, as well as specialty stores, a bakery, bookstores, and art galleries. Artwork by local artists is displayed in government offices and many of the local businesses as part of the “Art in Public Places” program.

Arts and Artists' Programs

Clear Lake Performing Arts
(707) 263-6120

Lake County Arts Council

(707) 263-6120

Lake County Symphony Orchestra

(707) 263-6120

Lakeport Community Players

(707) 263-6658

Lake County Repertory Theater

(707) 540-5554

Bachelor Valley Gourd Club of Lake County

(707) 275-3469

Cobb Mountain Artists

(707) 928-6461

Konocti Plein Air Painters

(707) 263-6658

Art in Public Places

325 N. Main Streeet
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-6658
Administered by the Lake County Arts Council, the Art in Public Places program places paintings and other works of art in public buildings, such as the Courthouse in Lakeport, and businesses around Lake County. Contact the Lake County Arts Council for more information and locations.

Art Galleries

There are numerous art galleries in Lake County - Clearlake , Cobb , Kelseyville , Lakeport , Loch Lomond , Lower Lake , Lucerne , Nice , and Upper Lake .

Lake County Quilt Trail

(707) 279- 9022
Enjoy art in rural places with the first quilt trail in California. More than a dozen vibrantly colored quilt blocks decorate the sides of pioneer barns, pear packing sheds, winery tasting rooms, and other historic structures throughout Lake County. Each quilt has a story that connects to the history of the building, honors farming, or celebrates family. Download a driving map of locations.


The Art House Gallery

15210 Lakeshore Drive
Clearlake, CA 95422
(707) 994-1716
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, stonework, found items, leather, pottery, greeting cards, natural crafts, jewelry, furniture and household items.


Pin-Cushion Glass

9999 Forestry Road
Cobb, CA 95426
(707) 928-4555
By appointment
One-of-a-kind handmade jewelry of Murano and borosilicate lampworked glass beads, fine-quality metal, and crystal components.

Hidden Valley Lake

Colori Viventi Galleria

18983 Hartmann Road,
Ste 2
Hidden Valley Lake, CA 95467
(707) 987-8794
Francesco Cafiso, originally from Catania, Sicily spent most of his youth in Milan, Italy and later in France. There he started his artistic career as a song writer and guitarist. It was later after an accident while touring Europe that his life changed course. Intrigued by the art of mosaic he returned to Italy to study with the Maestro Tagliatti. He spent years restoring classic works in Italy and Northern Africa. In 1997 he returned to France where he opened his first gallery with his wife Kristina Della Valle in Evian Les Bains.
Constantly drawn to the reflective and luminescent qualities of glass he started experimenting with reverse painting techniques and, over time, developed a technique of his own.


Nordhammer Art Foundry and Nord Lund Abbey Gallery

3566 Big Valley Road
Kelseyville, CA 95451
(707) 279-9116
By appointment
Sculptures by master foundryman and internationally recognized bronze sculptor Rolf Nord Kriken. Paintings, ceramics, sculptures by local and regional artists.

Saw Shop Gallery Bistro

3825 Main Street
Kelseyville, CA 95451
(707) 279-0129
Opens at 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday
Variety of art by Lake County artists.


Hendricks Sculpture Studio

Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-4009
By appointment
Metal sculpture.

Judy Cardinale Art Gallery

2190 S. Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 279-9780
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday
Original oils and watercolors.

Lakeport Antiques and Art

101 South Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-5950

Magoon's North Custom Jewelry & Art Gallery

360 N. Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-1140
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, weekends by appointment
Pastel, oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings. Stone, clay, wood, bronze, and mixed-media sculptures. Custom-designed jewelry and pottery.

Main Street Gallery

325 N. Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-6658
11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, Lake County Arts Council gallery. Sculptures in all media, paintings, prints, drawing, pottery, and jewelry by local artists. Student gallery. Gift shop.

New California Gallery

149 N. Main Street, 2nd Floor
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 391-7147
(707) 548-8265
Drop in or by appointment
Landscape, plein air, figurative, and abstract paintings by locally, nationally, and internationally known artists.

Susan Branston Art Studio

1015 Page Drive
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-4318
By appointment
Master western, wildlife, landscape and portrait artist. Original paintings as well as giclées on canvas are available.

Yeagan Art Studios

7485 Zeno Road
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 275-3238
By appointment
Engraving and carving in stone. Glass and gems. Painting and drawing in all media. Monuments.

Loch Lomond

Carol Hopkins Artist's Studio

11475 Loch Lomond Road
Loch Lomond, CA 95426
(707) 928-5019
By appointment
Oil and watercolor paintings, mixed media.

Lower Lake

Bright Lights Aloha Bay Candle Co. & Factory Outlet Store

16275 Morgan Valley Road
Lower Lake, CA 95457
(707) 994-3267
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays
Scented jar, layered, and handpainted candles. Himalayan salt products, lamps, bath salts.


Harbor Village

6193 - 6199 E. Hwy 20 (adjacent to Lucerne Harbor Park)
Lucerne, CA 95458

Harbor Village is a cluster of shops in Alpine-style cottages on the shore of Clear Lake.

Upper Lake

Diego's Gallery

9495 Main Street, Suite 3
Upper Lake, CA 95485
(707) 350-4209
Call for hours or by appointment
Diego's Gallery consists of paintings, large black and white photographs, wood burned gourd art, hammered wire earrings and other types of jewlery.

Lake County Wine Studio

9505 Main Street
Upper Lake, CA 95485
(707) 275-8030
11:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., Monday
1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
1:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday

Located in historic Upper Lake just across the street from the restored Tallman Hotel, the Lake County Wine Studio (LCWS) offers visitors a true taste of wine country. Hard-to-find artisan wines from over thirty-five select local producers are available for tasting and sale at the eco-friendly studios' straw-bale tasting bar. The first multi-winery tasting room in Lake County, the LCWS also boasts a gallery for local artists and a gift shop. LCWS hosts monthly art and wine receptions (first weekend of the month that includes both Friday and Saturday), and food and wine pairings. LCWS also hosts a Local Cuisine Scene, a food and wine pairing, on the second Friday of the month February through December and on the third Friday in January. Fondue is available with 24-hour advance reservation.

Wineries represented are:
  • Alienor
  • Beaver Creek
  • Bell Hill Vineyards
  • Big Valley
  • Brassfield Estate
  • Bullion Ridge
  • Cache Creek
  • Ceago Vinegarden
  • Chacewater
  • Cougar's Leap
  • Dusinberré Cellars

  • Eden Crest

  • Elk Mountain Vineyards

  • Fore Family
  • Gregory Graham
  • Hagafen Cellars
  • Hawk & Horse
  • Isabel
  • Lady of the Lake
  • Langtry
  • Laujor Estate
  • Lavendar Blue
  • Moore Family Winery
  • Mt. Konocti Growers
  • Noggle Vineyards & Winery
  • Obsidian Ridge
  • Olof Cellars
  • Red Lava
  • Robinson Lake Vineyards
  • Robledo Family
  • Rosa D'Oro
  • Shannon Ridge
  • Shed Horn Cellars
  • Six Sigma
  • Snows Lake Vineyard
  • Sol Rouge
  • Steele
  • Tejada
  • Thorn Hill
  • Vigilance
  • Wildhurst

Lightning Rod Gallery

9476 Main Street
Upper Lake, CA 95485
(707) 275-8018
Open Friday and Saturday. 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Moore Art

15775 Elk Mountain Road
Upper Lake, CA 95485
(707) 275-3250
By appointment
Oil paintings and portraits.

Art Events

Year-Round, First Friday Fling

325 N. Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-6658
Monthly reception spotlighting artists currently showing in the Main Street Gallery, with music, hors d'oeuvres, and wine. Inspirations by Salituri and New California Gallery also open.

February, Winter Music Festival

Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-6658
Talent gathering and live performance of different local musicians. Presented by Lake County Arts Council.

May, Spring Dance Festival

350 Lange Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-2265
Two-day festival, featuring performances by local dance schools, held at Marge Alakszay Performance Center.

August, Open Studio Tour

Cobb, CA 95426
(707) 928-6461
Cobb Mountain Artists open their studios to the public to display, demonstrate, and sell their artwork. Raffle for original art.

June - October, EcoArts of Lake County Sculpture Walk

21435 Dry Creek Cutoff
Middletown, CA 95461
Large-scale sculptures in dialogue with nature at 107-acre Middletown Trailside Nature Preserve.

November, Holiday in the Pines

15780 Bottle Rock Road
Cobb, CA 95426
(707) 928-6461
Arts and crafts for sale, live music, Santa photo ops, and a raffle for original art by a Cobb Mountain Artist. Held as a benefit for the Little Red Schoolhou


Rich in history and culture, Lake County's museums, the historic Courthouse Museum in Lakeport, and the historic Schoolhouse Museum in Lower Lake, the Stone House Museum in Hidden Valley Lake, and the Ely Stage Stop in Kelseyville, are preserving the past for future generations.

Lake County Historic Courthouse Museum

255 N. Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Sunday noon to 4:00 p.m.
(707) 263-4555

Pomo Basket Collection

Nearly 12,000 years ago, the Xa-Ben-Na-Po Band of Pomo Indians, whose descendants live here today, called Lake County home, as well as Wintun, Wappo, and Lake Miwok Indians. Thousands of stone tools and more than 300 superb examples of Pomo basketry have been acquired by the museum since the 1930s. The main gallery of the museum showcases many artifacts and displays of the Pomo lifestyle.

Victorian Parlor

In the Victorian Parlor, furnishing, clothing and ladies accessories, take the visitor back to a bygone era when streets were not paved, electricity was non-existent, and the mode of transportation was on horseback and carriage.


In 1897, famous British actress and socialite Lillie Langtry, who purchased Langtry Estate & Vineyards in the 1870s, received her divorce in this courtroom. In 1917, the landmark California Supreme Court case that granted the right to vote to Ethan Anderson, a Lake County Native American, as the first Native American in the US to win the right to vote, was decided here.

Rock and Mineral Room

Gems and minerals are abundant in Lake County, and in the state-of-the-art rock and mineral room, a 94-carat faceted Lake County Diamond is on display. Visitors will learn about these unique gems, as well as fossils, opal, jade, stribnite, onyx, jasper, and many other minerals found in the county.

History and Mystery of Clear Lake

The permanent exhibit entitled the History and Mystery of Clear Lake has as its centerpiece a large scale satellite map of Clear Lake and the surrounding area and explains the origin of our ancient lake.

Joe Waite Gun Room

Visitors learn about the early days of hunting and camping in Lake County with some very special firearms on display. Of special interest is "Old Fremont" a Revolutionary War Rifle that made its way across the plains with the Hammack party from Missouri in 1853.

Lower Lake Historic Schoolhouse Museum

16435 Main Street
Lower Lake, CA 95457
Wednesday through Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(707) 995-3565

This magnificent two-story, three-room, schoolhouse was built in 1877 from locally kilned brick, had a French roof, a 70 foot bell tower, served as the area school until 1935, and today is designated as a California Point of Historical Interest. The upstairs auditorium was used for town meetings, funerals, traveling shows and other social events. The bell tower was damaged in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and was removed, and the roof then restyled from French to Mansard, with the building then covered with a thick layer of stucco.

Visitors can see history come alive on living history days, when people dressed in period costume demonstrate pioneer implements such as the spinning wheel, treadle sewing machine, butter churn, and player piano.

Schoolroom Exhibit

A replica of an early Lake County schoolroom lets children try out desks from various eras, write with chalk on real slates, and see toys and books from days gone by.

Weaver Auditorium

Not only a school, the auditorium on thesecond floor was used for town meetings, funerals, traveling shows, and other social events. The auditorium is still in use today by the community for theater productions and other events.

Mining and Pioneer Artifacts

The museum's main collection consists of pioneer artifacts from local families including furnishings, clothing and more. There is a large Lake County Diamond display and a rock and mineral display featuring a sample of rock containing gold flakes from the Homestake gold mine thatwas active throughout the 1980s.

Research Room

Lake County historian Henry Mauldin's 10,000-page indexed history of Lake County is the centerpiece of this room, as well as historical plot maps, birth and death records,cattle brands, and more.

The Stone House Museum

18174 Hidden Valley Road
Hidden Valley Lake, CA 95467
(707) 987-3138

A California registered landmark, the Stone House Museum is the oldest building in Lake County. Stone House was built in 1853 to replace the crude log cabin headquarters of the 21,200-acre Guenoc land grant. It contained all of Coyote Valley, from current Spruce Grove Road almost to Middletown, stretching southeast to include the lands that became Guenoc/Langtry vineyards. Tours are available on the second Saturday of each month.

Ely Stage Stop and Country Museum

9921 Soda Bay Road (Highway 281)
Kelseyville, CA 95451
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(707) 533-9990
Benjamin Ely and his family purchased the S-Bar-S Ranch in 1882 and, over the years, expanded the ranch to include farming operations, commercial corrals, a two-story hotel, post office, and general store. The Ely Stage Stop became a relay station for stagecoaches, offering drivers a place to change horses while passengers enjoyed a meal. Today, after a relocation in 2007 and careful restoration, the Ely Stage Stop and Country Museum offers visitors from all over the world an opportunity to learn about Lake County's agricultural heritage.

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