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Heron Hall Art Gallery

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Artist Perspectives: Robin Dintiman
Thursday, February 22, 2024. 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm.
Sliding Scale: $10, $15, $20. Registration required.

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Art Workshop with Robin Dintiman
Sunday, April 7, 2024
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Closing Reception for Robin Dintiman's Art Exhibit
Saturday, April 20, 2024. 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.

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Current Exhibit


“Water and Dreams”
Analog Photography by Robin Dintiman
On Display January 13 – April 26, 2024

Esteemed artist, Robin Dintiman is featuring her large-scale analog photographs of the Laguna de Santa Rosa in this new art exhibit “Water and Dreams.”

Artist Statement

The work is about love of our natural environment and habitat. It is about the many hands working to restore and preserve this habitat. It is about seeing the dream for the future restored through the waters of the Laguna de Santa Rosa.

About the Artist

Dintiman’s work is characterized by a deep connection to nature. Whether she is working directly with objects found in nature or taking nature as her subject, Dintiman strives to capture the intimate, emotional quality of certain natural settings, suffused as they are with time, change, and personal memory. https://www.robindintiman.com/

Slide 1: "Laguna #07" 2: "Pods of Life" 3: "Annadelle Oaks" 4: "Emeritus Vineyards in Rain" 5: "Ancient Cyprus"

Gallery Open by Appointment Only
Due to the multiple uses of Heron Hall, the exhibit is available to view by appointment only, Monday - Friday, or during special events.
Please contact Maggie Hart to make an appointment.

Upcoming Exhibit


Photography by Kaare Iverson
On Display May 4 – August 30, 2024.

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4, 2024, 3:00 – 5:00pm

“The Last Coho” is a photography exhibit combining large-scale portraiture of endangered salmon with editorial excerpts that collectively illustrate the incredible effort to rehabilitate Coho in the Russian River Watershed. The salmon portraits place our native fish on a stage level with the charismatic megafauna of the Western identity (i.e. Bison, Grizzly Bear, etc.), illustrating them as a species worthy of our admiration, empathy, and reciprocity. Many of the portraits were shot on large format film using an heirloom land camera which the photographer inherited through a connection to Ansel Adams.

Past Exhibits


Ane Carla Rovetta Donna DeLaBriandais Nicole Jones
Angela Zocco Sturr Faith Rumm Nina Antze
Art Workshop of Western Sonoma County Green Greenwald Pointless Sisters Art Quilt Group
Brenda Tharp James R. Reynolds Richard McDaniel
Charles Beck Jerry Dodrill Rik Olson
Christopher Reiger Joshua Asel Sally Rapelye Briggs
David Strauss Julianne Sooley Stacey Schuett
Diana Majumdar Lucy Martin Susan Ball
Don Jackson Marge Mount Watercolor Artists of Sonoma County
  Molly Eckler  

Call for New Artists


If you are interested in exhibiting and selling your artwork in Heron Hall, please read through Artist Parameters & Application. We will contact you as soon as possible after we receive your application. If your application is accepted, we will complete an Artist Agreement similar to this SAMPLE. Please note, we are currently booked through 2024. Applications are currently being accepted for 2025.


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For more information, contact Maggie Hart, Outreach Manager
by email at MaggieHart@LagunaFoundation.org

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