Dolores Street & 6th st Between Dolores and Lincoln Streets Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 625 1738
This must-see gallery is the home of works by internationally acclaimed artist and longtime Carmel resident Eyvind Earle. The recently deceased artist's serigraphs, oils, graphics and sculptures are a highlight of any gallery tour of the area. His works were displayed at galleries and museums around the globe, and his background working for Walt Disney is legendary. This gallery boasts a unique collection of work that is well worth seeking out.
240 The Crossroads Boulevard Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 620 1502
Adventurous collectors flock to this store that is jam-packed with exotic and unusual artifacts from Asia. The store itself is exquisite, with pristine glass cases and tables showcasing a wide variety of textiles, metal works, lacquer ware, ceramics, furniture and lighting. It is a dream come true for the discriminating collector of Asian art, whether it be ancient or contemporary. The store's selection of Japanese kimonos is impressive. The proprietor has 30 years of experience in the field and is a pleasure to deal with.
Dolores Street & 5th Avenue Fifth and Sixth Streets Carmel, CA 93921 +1 831 624 4355
Here you will find watercolors and oil paintings by a number of contemporary European artists, from Nora Buzek to Anatoli Belokoni to Jacobus Bass to Hugo Helder. There is a wide variety of material here. If your preference is 18th- and 19th-century work, you will also find pieces by Geza Kovesdy, Herman Corrodi, Frans Van Severdonck, Fredinand Hart Nibbrig and many others. There is an excellent selection for those interested in European art, and the service is attentive and friendly.
Mission Street Fifth and Sixth Avenues Carmel, CA 93922 +1 831 625 6554
This gallery showcases the hardwood furnishings of a true legend in the Carmel area. The artist's extensive portfolio includes cabinets, desks, tables and a wide variety of other furnishings. Known for quality work, he uses only the finest wood available. Woodworking classes are offered, and he even takes custom orders for pieces of furniture. This is a great place to stop in and peruse the fine quality wood workings of a true expert in the field.
Seventh Avenue and Dolores Street Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 626 1110
This gallery features the work of world-renowned digital artist Corinne Whitaker. She has displayed her works across the globe, and her images can be viewed at dozens of places on the World Wide Web. She is committed to exploring all methods of experimentation involving digital images. Her studio/gallery in Carmel also displays some of her sculptures, which are based on digital images. Stop by and check out some incredible computer-generated art by this famous Carmel resident.
San Carlos Street and Ocean Avenue Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 624 4589
This gallery features fine art photography by many artists including Ansel Adams, Andre Kertesz, David Muench, Annie Leibovitz and Helmut Newton. Exclusively represented are the world-famous photographs of the Muench family, who have won a lifetime achievement award from the North American Photographic Association. This incredible gallery has been the recipient of many awards including one from Forbes Magazine. It's a one-of-a-kind gallery in the heart of Carmel.
4860 Carmel Valley Road One mile east of Highway 1 Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 624 0111
Two courses make up this facility, and both are challenging, professionally staffed, and a golfer's paradise. The place is very well maintained and although you will think that you are playing in an expensive resort, you are not. The place offers mini-memberships for $200 and the charges for teeing off are around $35-80 depending on the day and time. And, it's open to the public! This is a great place to play golf or shop at the award-winning pro shop. The staff is extremely helpful. First tee-off is at 6:30a.
Lincoln Street and Ocean Avenue The Pine Inn Courtyard Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 642 2700
This inexpensive and spectacular two-hour guided tour takes you through all the hot spots, back streets and secret pathways of this unique town. See places haunted by famous authors and artists. See historical buildings and many off-the-beaten-track places. The tour has been raved about in many, many media outlets including Bay Area Back Roads and USA Today. Definitely not a thing to miss, this is a perfect way to familiarize yourself with Carmel. No credit cards are accepted.
Sixth Avenue and Mission Street Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 624 8314
Collectors come from all over the world to browse the selection of this gallery, one of California's oldest. Just walk into this top-notch spot and you'll probably see millionaires from across the country purchasing artwork for personal collections. This place is that famous. More than 100 artists are displayed here, and the receptions are legendary. Paintings and sculpture are the featured media. The collection is very sophisticated but not pretentious, and the staff is very friendly.
San Carlos Street & 7th Avenue Near Seventh Avenue Carmel, CA 93923 +1 831 625 3246
For more than 20 years this gallery has specialized in Early Californian art showcasing works dating from 1840 to the 1950s. Collectors come from around the country to see the impressive collection. Many works of representative art are on display here including works by William Ritschel, Franz Bischoff, Jack Wilkinson Smith and John Marshall Gamble. The gallery is a great place to see local art and will even purchase your work on consignment.
More than just another stop on Carmel's art gallery circuit,
this lovely little place features paintings and fine art by many masters from the last two centuries. The gallery specializes in French works with paintings by Antoine Blanchard, Edouard ...
This inexpensive and spectacular two hour guided tour takes you
through all the hot spots, back streets and secret pathways of this unique town. See places haunted by famous authors and artists. See historical buildings and many off the ...
Adventurous collectors flock to this store that is jam packed
with exotic and unusual artifacts from Asia. The store itself is exquisite, with pristine glass cases and tables showcasing a wide variety of textiles, metal works, lacquer ware, ceramics, ...