Mountain Arts Collective will be open Wednesdays through Sundays from 11am to 5pm. To promote appropriate safety measures and to contribute to our community, we are selling these masks made by our own Sue Bower @truckee_threads for $10, and we’ll donate $5 for each mask sold to Sierra Community House. We will also have disposable…

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We have joined with other Downtown Truckee businesses by painting rainbows on our storefronts to show our spirt of community and our hope for a healthy future.  Thanks to our own Jane Lufkin @lufkinart for these one-of-the-kind creations! We love our town! We will be back! FOR UPDATED INFORMATION PLEASE FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM OR FACEBOOK @mountainartscollective

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EFFECTIVE MARCH 15, 2020 For the health and safety of our artists and customers, we will remained closed until further notice. FOR UPDATED INFORMATION PLEASE FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM OR FACEBOOK @mountainartscollective Be safe and stay healthy. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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We are proud to announce Karen Colbert as Mountain Arts Collective’s guest artist for February. Karen created her first piece of fabric art in 1999. Since then, she has been voted “Best Local Artists” twice at the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. At a glance, Karen’s quilts look like paintings. Stepping closer, you see the…

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A Night of Beer, Wine & Art Mountain Arts Collective is honored to co-host the Wild and Scenic Art Walk on Thursday, April 18th, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. In conjunction with the 4th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival, our local art will emphasize environmental themes, and the evening will be filled with award-winning…

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We’re honored to welcome Amanda Dabel as our new Visiting Artist. Amanda is a co-founder of Blue Wolf Studios in Kings Beach, CA. Two of Amanda’s powerful pieces are now featured in our gallery: ‘The Rhino and Elephant heads are an exploration of form, materials, and the commentary on the illegal poaching of ivory. The…

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Greg Zirbel is a familiar “face” around Truckee. Whether in character as the Old Miner, or just supporting Truckee’s many community activities, Greg is always willing to give his time. Greg’s parents moved to Truckee when he was two weeks old, and he grew up in the Donner Trail neighborhood where he developed his deep…

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Jane Lufkin is best known for her impressionistic landscape oil paintings made with a vibrant palette and expressive impasto brushstrokes. Jane is a Truckee resident, and she finds daily inspiration in the dramatic landscapes in our local mountains and in her travels in the West. Her deepest happiness and desire is in bringing landscapes to…

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Duncan is a woodworker and artist based in San Francisco, with Truckee connections. He was trained in traditional furniture making while living in upstate New York and began working at a small lumber mill after moving home to California. His work combines classic American furniture traditions with modern experimental design.

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La Femme Boheme jewelry is for those free spirits who aren’t afraid to set aside social norms and follow their bliss. Each piece is handmade in Northern California from unique, and often one-of-a-kind, designs inspired by nature, earth and the cosmos. My goal is to make unique jewelry that is affordable yet maintains a high…

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