Trinity County Galleries, Live Performances & more
Trinity County is a showcase for original art from local artists as well as throughout California.
In Weaverville, 5 galleries offer a variety of art and gifts:
- Highland Art Center supported by the Synder Highland Foundation
- Main Street Gallery
- OurSpace Gallery and Working Studio
- Mezo Zoica
- Happy Salmon Gallery
- The Hubbell Gallery located on the Highland Art Center property with entry on Center Street is the studio for Steve Hubbell.
- Hopko Art Glass (online sales and at local galleries)
Weaverville is the hub of Trinity County and is home of the Trinity Alps Performing Art Center, a plush theater that seats 250 people with superior acoustics. We have many specialty shops that sell a wide variety of art materials to support the arts industry such as Sweet Sheep Yarn and Angela's Bead Art. Antiques and Collectibles fill several shops including Weaverville Antiques, Clutter, the Merchant's Mall, and Ryan's Store.
Traveling Downriver, Trinity County artists from Burnt Ranch, Salyer, Big Bar and surroundings area exhibit at Studio 299 Center for the Arts, a new gallery just over the county line in Willow Creek. This is a lovely gallery with a monthly art show and artists’ reception the second Saturday of every month. We recommend that art lovers explore this gem.
Lewiston offers a rustic arts experience in the Country Peddler, an antique store and art gallery with an eclectic array of kitchen and farming-garden implements, and original paintings from extraordinarily talented Lewiston artists. The Country Peddler, located in the picturesque historic Lewiston, is open weekends and holidays. Be sure to call to confirm hours. 4 Deadwood Road, 530- 778-3325
Hayfork’s arts community is worth exploring with Brian Gossman Photography, TieDye Bri, and The Art Shop across from Northern Delight Coffeehouse that provides delicious treats, comfy couches and a visual delight of paintings and artwork from local artists, as well as musical performances by talented musicians.
Trinity Center is home to Pete’s Photos (online and at local festivals) where you can find scenic and wildlife photographs from the North State.