Local Art Gallery

Paintings, mixed media, illustrations, wearable art and jewelry 

The parking lot on the corner of Webster and Taylor streets in Alameda is being converted into an outdoor dining and entertainment area to support local businesses. The Community Healing Art Garden provides a place for members of the community to enjoy alfresco dining, beautiful, locally planted gardens, and art that unites and inspires community action. 


We are seeking artists to contribute large pieces of art for the outdoor area. Plywood is available in a variety of shapes and sizes to use as a canvas. You can pick up the plywood and paint it remotely, or paint on spot in the art garden. You will need to bring your own supplies (paint, brushes, water, etc). If you already have large pieces of art that are suitable for outdoor exposure, those are welcome as well. We have people to assist with hanging the pieces as the art garden grows.

Meet the gallery owners!

Sara Edge

Wearable Art | Mixed Media

Edge, a Ph.D in Marine Biology, hails from Georgia. She has created a new type of wearable art, identified the May 3Dot Grand Opening as, “A collection of many imaginative and fun-loving forms of art involving a variety of flavors.” Her speciality in unique art jewelry reflects her love of ocean life and nature. Her speciality is in metal, woodworking and painting. Her unique art jewelry reflects her love of ocean life, nature and whimsy.

Dave Sylvester

Illustrator | Painter

Sylvester, born and raised in Honolulu and San Diego said, “We are about diversity, acceptance, learning and fun.” He added, ” Our goal is to bring artists, intellectuals and fun loving individuals together.” With over 20 years of experience in graphic design and illustration, Dave has a distinctive sense of developing eye catching paintings and illustrations ranging from bizarre to distinctive character development. Creatures are everywhere for inspiration!

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