Art Gallery Napa Valley
proudly presents
“Mustard Madness”

Historically, French monks who mixed the ground seeds with “must” or unfermented wine, inspired the word “mustard,” which stems from the Latin Museum ardens- roughly meaning “burning wine.” In Napa Valley during February and March, the mustard you see is a breathtaking display of masses of delicate flowers used as a cover crop between the rows of pruned vines.

Visit Art Gallery Napa Valley at 1307 First Street to meet some mustard makers—at least those local artists who paint, sculpt, weave, photograph, cast and fuse glass into their personal versions of the mustard magic, now showing through March 31st.

All are welcome March 21, 6 -8pm. join us as we continue our new tradition of 3rd Thursdays Art Walks. Meet with the artists for wine and conversation. You will find unique local art and great gifts. Join us as we usher in “mustard madness” and the magic of springtime

Located at 1307 First Street in beautiful downtown Napa, CA., west of Main between Randolph and Franklin. View the creative work of over 50 local artists in a variety of media including painting, photography, monotype, jewelry, fused glass, textiles and woodwork. Purchase originals, prints, calendars, greeting cards and other gift items.  All participating artists are members of the Art Association Napa Valley.

OPEN DAILY  10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
seven days a week
Inquiries welcome; For more information call: 707-254-2085



Event Calendar

Photographer Tom Brichta, is leading the Third Thursdays events

Gallery Manager Jeanne Dillon

Gallery Manager Jeanne Dillon

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Art Association Napa Valley is supported, in part, by the Napa County Arts & Culture Commission.

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