Paul Williams Gallery

119 West Transit Street, Ontario, California 91762, United States | (951) 880-7432

The Paul Williams Gallery showcases photographers, painters and sculptors, each show having a different character and a different theme. The Paul Williams Gallery has been gaining momentum attracting attention from as far away as India, Europe and Australia.

The Paul Williams Gallery began life as the primary post office for the City of Ontario in 1926.  It functioned as the main post office from 1926 to 1941 when a newer building took its place on Holt Boulevard.  The interior of the Paul Williams Gallery is unchanged for the most part, there are rough cut beams of the ceiling and the ceiling is decorated with gold leafed and painted flags of the different German cities.  Two murals on the East and West end done by renowned painter, Carl F. Ruhneau, depict Mt. Baldy and San Gorgonio peaks.  The floors are terrazzo and arched windows adorn the North elevation.

The upcoming show in November will feature the works done in collaboration with local printer Todd Smith. Mr. Smith works with dozens of artists creating printed multiple images of their work. 2016 will feature 5-6 shows, each by a different or different group of artists.

Hours:

Thursday’s 11 AM – 3 PM & Saturday’s 11 AM – 3 PM

For appointments please call (951) 880-7432.

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Ontario Arts and Culture
Ontario CA 91762

909-937-3000