About Abrams Claghorn Gallery
The Abrams Claghorn Gallery pairs a curated gallery space with a museum-style store. We have exhibited and sold fine and functional artworks created by diverse Bay Area artists since April 2015.
We host several workshops monthly, inviting community members to learn about and work alongside the artists showcased in our exhibits.
Abrams Claghorn Gallery is grateful to be part of the Albany community. We are proud of our environmental initiatives and for our collaborative funding and local support. If you would like to hear more about what we are doing in these areas, please ask! We are happy to share.
Owner Robert Abrams was born and raised in Berkeley. Educated locally, he has been a lifelong employee and contributor in the local economy. In addition to running ACG, he currently teaches ceramics at Laney College and at the Mill Valley Potters' Studio.
Gallery Manager Natalie Mae Borges attended California College of the Arts and continues to paint, sculpt, and incorporate glass into her current body of artwork. She lives in Oakland where she also collaborates on commissions for other makers and clients.
Alina Abdella attended Albany High School and has settled down in the East Bay with her family. She is a professional henna artist and hosts elaborate festive events.
Born and raised in Oakland, Gallery Associate Adriana loves to sing and work on costume design.
L. Herrada-Rios was born and raised in San Francisco, organizes the Bay Area Queer Zine Fest that takes place annually in Oakland, and has contributed to local publications like Endless Canvas and SF Weekly.
The Abrams Claghorn Gallery is always evolving. Be sure to check back soon and often!