You’re not likely to notice one of Santa Rosa’s newest galleries as you drive down the main drag on Mendocino Avenue, but it’s worth a look.

The Corner Store Collective Contemporary Art Gallery opened last summer on Ross Street, the one-way, one-block byway between B Street and Mendocino Avenue.

In a plain reddish brown building at 575 Ross St.., the gallery is showing contemporary work by a variety of artists.

Even the signage for the newest exhibit, “Deluxe: Deconstructing Luxury,” opening with a reception from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29, is artistic.

The artists in the show, Angie Crabtree and Amber Iwata of Two-Fold Art, painted a mural on the front of gallery announcing the exhibit. Both artists are products of the ArtQuest program at Santa Rosa High School.

“Angie and Amber do amazing work that has been showcased around the Bay Area, and I know Santa Rosa will love their work,” said Erlina Othman, co-founder (with Roman D’Argenzio) of the Corner Store Collective.


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