Humboldt is packed with artists —splash some paint and you'll hit one, in fact. And you don't have to be a hardcore collector to take a little piece of our art scene home with you to enjoy.

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  • Amy Kumler & Tibora Bea

Arcata Artisans

A broad sampling of work by Humboldt artists fills this fine art and craft cooperative gallery and gift shop run by and for creators. You’ll find work by more than 30 locals, including representational and abstract paintings, prints, jewelry, photographs, ceramics, weaving, sculpture for home and garden and greeting cards. In fact, one of those artists will be behind the counter, since they all take shifts minding the shop. Pop in for artist receptions every second Saturday during Arts! Arcata.

883 H St. (on the Plaza), Arcata
Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, Noon - 4 pm

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  • Amy Kumler & Tibora Bea

Morris Graves Museum of Art Humboldt Artist Gallery & Museum Store

On the museum’s main level, the Humboldt Artist Gallery holds a collection of works for sale by local artists ranging from large sculptures, paintings and photography to cards and buttons. Don’t miss the Museum Store on the lower level that boasts an eclectic selection of art books and merchandise inspired by painter Morris Graves himself, folk artist Gabriel Romano and other notable locals. You’ll find nature inspired stuff for kids and there’s even a bargain bookcase that holds used art books priced under $5.

636 F St., Eureka
Wednesday - Sunday, Noon - 5 pm
Museum admission: $5, $2 seniors/students, free to kids 17 and under. Free admission on the first Saturday of every month.
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