Art and History

Ephraim Pottery West

Our artists create each piece individually by hand using a unique collaborative process to ensure that no two pieces are exactly alike. It also allows us to maintain the high standards of quality and creativity that have made our work popular with collectors around the country. All of our pottery and tiles are limited editions.

Chambers Gallery

Featuring exceptional arts, crafts, and jewelry by talented imaginative local artists. 

Bronze Silver & Gold

Traditional to exotic designs in silver and gold jewelry as well as limited edition sculptures.

Artifacts Gallery

But we are much more than a virtual storefront—Artifacts Gallery is a large, established fine art gallery owned by Thad Markham, in business at this same address for over twenty-five years. We are located in the historic coastal community of Cambria, California, midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. This small village (population 6,500) on …

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Amphora Gallery

Amphora Gallery features Cambria clay artists, Earthsea Pottery, Foxlo Pottery, and work in Pottery, Paintings, and Sculpture, knit hats, unique wonderful jewelry, woodworking, hand made games, Blown glasses, and more!

Hearst Castle

If you listen closely enough in the afternoon atop an enchanted hill near Cambria, you can hear waves lapping along the expanse of coast below and exotic zebras grazing in nearby meadows. This is La Cuesta Encantada, or “The Enchanted Hill,” which is home to one of America’s greatest châteaus: Hearst Castle. Hearst Castle sits …

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GOWA: Gallery of Wearable Art

GOWA was founded by Christopher & Dinah Lee, designers and artists with a creative eye for fashion, design, and the creative arts. We bring unique Fashions to Cambria along with graphic tees, hats, and scarfs for men and women. The Silk Collection DINAH LEE is shown and sold exclusively at GOWA. Silk jackets, scarfs, tunics, …

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Historic Walking Tour

Cambria is brimming with historic architecture dating back to the 1800s, with an eclectic and charming collection of architectural styles. Victorian architecture, popular when Cambria was becoming a bustling mining town, was the inspiration for many of the buildings still standing today. Interpretations of the historic style are mixed with more modern influences to create …

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