This spacious 4,000 square foot gallery is home to several one-man-shows throughout the year. Resident artist, Peyton Aufill, opened last year with his extensive collection entitled “Life in Technicolor.”
Ceramicist Jillian Cooper of Plano’s “Sentiment” and Doug Ricketts of Lipscomb’s “Off-Cut” were not only well received but boasted significant sales for the artist. Several thousand dollars for Ricketts and more than 50 percent of inventory for Cooper.
The Canadian Arts Alliance hosted a murder mystery dinner theatre here in 2017. Vines and Vignettes is a popular monthly wine tasting and paint along open to community.
Visit the Conejo Gallery website.