Fifty four miles North of San Francisco, in California's premium wine producing County, Sonoma, we have two locations where the artwork is lovingly shepherded and displayed. Our downtown location was an early contributor to the historic "railroad square" district, by expanding a classic 1970's building by Architect Larry Simons into a secure location for paintings and works on paper. The art library and most of the Michael Brenner collection can be found here. More than one-hundred other sculptures are also housed here.

The other location is our last possession relating to the hisoric restoration project detailed at WWW.JCLFA.COM. This site includes a newly built maze (see sculpture-maze) allowing visitors (by appointment) to view over one hundred bronze and stainless steel works. The main house, also known as the McDonald Mansion, or Mableton, was sold in 2005 to a sensitive family bent upon retaining this landmark home as a single family dwelling. It is currently undergoing extensive renovation and restoration.

Visitors to Santa Rosa may be able to examine the extensive collection of works--now totalling over 6000 pieces, including 510 works of sculpture--by prior appointment.


This is first and foremost a personal collection of art, many works of which are available for purchase. Thus, we discourage the casual visitor only because it keeps us from our primary purpose. Appointments may be arranged through our curator: