Manna Gallery shows contemporary paintings, collage and sculpture by Bay Area artists. We are located in the heart of Oakland's thriving arts district. For information on current and upcoming shows go to our calendar page.
Manna Gallery is open Fridays and Saturdays 12-5 pm, except First Fridays when we are open 5 - 9 pm.
Bay Area Contemporary Art
If you were to imagine your idea of a perfect America what would it look like?
The Imagine America Project, in collaboration with Manna Gallery asks you to do just that.
We are living in times of political and social polarization and many people of good will are searching for common ground, depth of meaning and how best to realize this grand experiment called America.
We are asking as many people as possible to contribute their thoughts and visions of their ideal America. Please respond by going to the website:
You could also send your thoughts to our email address below.
We would also love to have you send us an image that you feel represents your vision. Please email a jpeg attachment to:
Manna Gallery is pleased to welcome Marin Artist Janet Bogardus for an exhibition of mixed media work, "In Xanadu", beginning Friday May 12 and continuing through June 24. There will be a reception for the artist on Saturday, May 20, 2 - 4 pm where Janet will be present to talk about her work. Wine and light refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there!
Opportunity Shoals/ Mixed Media
In Xanadu at Manna Gallery
Opportunity Shoals/ mixed media
Reception for Janet Bogardus, Manna Gallery, 5/20/17
Manna Gallery is pleased to present five artists from abstract 7, a group of South Bay artists who are committed to showing together, presenting a variety of artworks for gallery visitors in one place. The exhibition opens Friday, June 30 and continues to July 29. The artists will be present for their reception on Saturday, July 1, from 2 to 4 pm, when visitors will be able to talk to the artists about their work and discuss their motivation for showing together. We hope to see you there!