THE GALLERY at the FAUSEL HOUSE
The Gallery at the Fausel House features rotating exhibitions of painting and drawing, photography, sculpture, and mixed media, along with student work and touring shows. El Dorado Arts Council also presents readings, workshops and other public events at the Gallery.
The Fausel House Gallery is located at 772 Pacific Street in Placerville, 45 minutes east of Sacramento and one hour west of Tahoe. We have ample free parking and admission is always free.
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MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 10 AM to 5 PM
Saturday and Sunday, 11 AM to 4 PM
Please note that The Gallery will be closed for all Major Holidays.
2017-2018 Gallery Schedule
June 9 – August 27, 2017
Free Events Open to the Public
Gallery Reception: Thursday, June 15, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Featuring Hors d-oeuvres from Smith Flat House and Wine from Lava Cap Winery
Geology talk by George Wheeldon P.G., Emeritus Professor of Geology: Thursday, July 13 at 6:30 pm
Local photographer Caitlin Thompson will work with noted geologist George Wheeldon to explore the Deep Blue Lead, an ancient river channel that runs through El Dorado County, passing along the volcanic rocks near Lava Cap Winery, dipping under Smith Flat House, and following the metamorphic rocks and granite intrusions that contribute to the richness of the gold-bearing veins in the region. In partnership with Smith Flat House.Read More
Jessica Rath. Kazakhstan Elite. 3.5” x 2.5” x 3” (each), high-fire glazed porcelain
September 1 – November 26, 2017
Artwork by Jessica Rath.
Porcelain sculptures based on the living collection of apples at Cornell’s Plant Genetics Resource Unit.
Large scale photographs of the diverse tree architecture from the tandem experimental agriculture station.Read More
Past Gallery Exhibitions
March 10 – May 29, 2017
Wakamatsu Farm 1869 – 1871 and Japanese Woodblock Prints 1931 – 1957
An exhibition of Japanese arts and culture that celebrates Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Colony Farm, the first Japanese settlement in North America as colonists fled shogun-era violence in mid-19th century Japan. Includes a special collection of Japanese woodblock prints from the period 1931 to 1957, lent by Charles Downs, AIA, and never before seen by the public. In partnership with the American River Conservancy.Read More
Quilts crafted by hand to commemorate the beauty and history of El Dorado County.
Brought to you by the Gold Bug Quilters.
Patchwork Sierra exhibition were part of the Gold Week activities celebrating the World Gold Panning Championship 2016 that was held September 11 through September 18.Read More