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Current Exhibitions

A Question of Balance

January 27- May 26, 2024

A juried exhibition of Pacific Rim Sculptors, A Question of Balance showcases artists who have produced exciting and unique works exploring the varied and multiple meanings and interpretations of “balance." Balance can refer to gravity, mathematics, accounting, opposing ideas or components, and more. Balance is commonly defined as: a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight or amount, or something used to produce equilibrium.

Tilden Daken: The Art of Adventure

December 9, 2023 – Extended through March 31, 2024

Tilden Daken (1876-1935) was a California landscape painter known primarily for his oil paintings of the California redwoods, the Sierra Nevada mountains, and countryside scenes in both Northern and Southern California. He is closely associated with the California Impressionists, who painted during the first three decades of the twentieth century. Daken’s life, travels, and adventures paralleled many of the important stories of California - from the Gold Fields, to the growth of San Francisco and the rise of Hollywood, to the state’s connections across the southern border with Mexico.

Light, Clay, and Copper: Mid-Century Arts and Crafts in Sonoma County

September 9, 2023 - Ongoing

The photographs of Hansel Mieth and Otto Hagel, the pottery of Marguerite Wildenhain, and the metalwork of Harry Dixon make up three important collections under the Museum's care. Each was a master of their artform and all were contemporaries that shared ideals and influences. Light, Clay, and Copper explores the connections and shared experiences of these four remarkable artists.

Sonoma County Stories

September 9, 2023 - Ongoing

Sonoma County Stories, is a permanent Sonoma County history exhibition that will allow visitors to engage with the past in a brand-new way: through the power of storytelling. The exhibition, scheduled to open in 2023, will capture Sonoma County’s rich history, defined by a confluence of cultures and people, and a powerful connection to the land. Featuring stories representing the many diverse histories and cultures of the county, this ambitious and innovative permanent exhibition will have at its core the Oral Histories of Gaye LeBaron.


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Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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The mission of the Museum of Sonoma County is to engage and inspire our diverse community with art and history exhibitions, collections, and public programs that are inclusive, educational, and relevant.