How Weird Art Alley

Art Alley is on Tehama Street from 2nd Street to 1st Street.

How Weird Art Alley

Live art, exhibited art, and interactive art.
Plus local artisan / maker / crafts vending.
Be enchanted by the extraordinary creativity!

And there will be an interactive craft booth by the Museum of Craft and Design.

Art Alley

Art Alley is a place where multi-faceted dimensions converge and offer viewers a glimpse into cutting edge visionary art. Art Alley brings street art, face painting, body painting, and live sculpting to new heights. Come witness the expression of our most genuine self through art and creativity.

Art incorporates new perspectives and ways of being that make space for us to be who we are in relationship to each other; coexisting in our own unique brand of “weird” together… peacefully. Art acknowledges and celebrates our unique vibrational consciousness, as well as the things we all have in common.

Doug Rhodes explains, “I believe art changes our perceptions of the people and world around us, broadening our perspectives in ways that cultivate greater respect for humanity and nature.”

Featured artists include…

Winston Smith

Dan Gee


Ransom & Mitchell

Tom Calderon

Doug Rhodes

Cory Couch

Javier Rocabado

Scarlett Bustamante


Joseph Murdach

Santiago Insignares

Leon Loucheur

Lee Harvey Roswell

Rocky Angel

Brittney Sunquist

Alex Sodari

Andrea Fuenzalida

Natasha Price

Dylan Mertz

Danielle O’Malley

Robert Bowen

Irie Gilbert

Katie Chin

Tanya Herrera


Art Alley is curated by Doug Rhodes.

Face painting by Rachel Levine

Rachel Levine


Here is a map of the vendors on Art Alley

Art Alley 2017 vending map


Artwork from Ransom & Mitchell…

Ransom and Mitchell


Artwork from Winston Smith…

Winston Smith - The Money Tree


Artwork from Doug Rhodes…

Art by Doug Rhodes


Here is Doug Rhodes in his studio on Clarion Alley in San Francisco…

Doug Rhodes


Come and be inspired!



How Weird 2015 - Art Alley

How Weird 2015 - Art Alley

Art Alley artists

Art Alley artists

Art Alley art

Art embraces diversity