Wednesday through Sunday
from 11am to 5pm
Admission to the Museum is Free to the public.
Recent erroneous statements in the press to the contrary, the Peninsula Museum of Art is still and always has been a 501©3 non-profit museum.
Artwork displayed in Museum exhibitions is never for sale.
The Governing Board
Well-known for her watercolors, this exhibit will display Heyman's latest acrylics as well. Whatever the medium, the hallmarks of her work are vivid colors, good design and strong darks and lights.
The Museum Store offers works of art by local artists. Specializing in ceramics, jewelry, artist books and other fine art objects, the Museum Store is an ideal venue for purchasing unique gifts.
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Enriching the lives of community with inspiring, innovative musical presentations since 1949.
College of San Mateo located in the San Mateo hills serves approximately 10,000 students. CSM students reflect the diversity of the Bay Area and have a range of educational goals.
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