Benicia Plein Air Gallery

307 First Street

Benicia, CA 94510

(707) 297-5903

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Spring and Summer Hours: 

Thurs - Sun,  noon to 6 pm

Fall and Winter Hours:

Thurs - Sun, 11 am to 5 pm

And by appointment

Benicia Plein Air Gallery presents a year-round exhibit of work by all of our gallery artists showcasing a colorful variety of media and styles.

Drop by to see what's new! 

Swirling, by Catherine Fasciato,  currently part of the Oil Painters of America Exhibit, RS Hanna Gallery,  Fredericksburg, TX
May Featured Artist
Ocean Meadow,Watercolor, 16 x 20. $325 ($100 to be donated to the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano)

Looking for Art to Browse or Buy?

Despite the closure of our gallery, we continue to paint! and are posting our new work to this site. Click on the

Fresh Works

page in the headings above to see our collection of new paintings!

In addition, some of our sales revenue will now support

Covid-19 relief charities. The eligible paintings in this category are marked with a star.

If you are interested in a painting, contact us at: 

Or if you prefer, click on the artist's name in the box in the upper left corner of this page and their website will come up with contact information.

as a sample of "Fresh Works," here is a brand new painting by STEPHEN BERRY

click these links for printable documents:
Afternoon Haze at Yosemite Falls, Watercolor, 22 x 15 $400  ($200 to Food Bank, Solano)
Point Reyes Lighthouse, Watercolor, 16 x 20. $325 ($100 to be donated to Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano)
Mendocino Headlands, Watercolor, 16 x 20. $325 ($100 to be donated to Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano)


Gallery Remains



in compliance with Covid 19 health


Joanne Gustilo
"Rugged Coast"

...capturing the rugged, beautiful coast of Northern California
Spring Morning at Rodeo Beach, Gouache, 10 x 12 $325
($100 to be donated to Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano)
We are very pleased  to announce the return of former member
Michael Dadasovich
to the Gallery! 


the return of the "MINI"

in anticipation of reopening, a few minis have been installed in the gallery windows.