Located on 217 scenic acres in the Carneros region of the Napa Valley, di Rosa offers visitors refuge to view the art of Northern California in a singularly unique setting. The property includes three separate galleries, a sculpture park, a 35-acre lake, and a wildlife preserve. Protected in perpetuity under the Napa County Land Trust, di Rosa is rich in flora and fauna, with open space that is home to a fascinating array of wildlife, native plant species, and di Rosa’s own peacocks.
Features changing contemporary exhibitions of work by Bay Area artists in three main focus areas: emerging artists, mid-career retrospectives, and highlights from the permanent collection. Overlooking Winery Lake, the gallery also houses the welcome desk and gift store.
Presents modern and contemporary works from the permanent collection by celebrated Bay Area artists. A wide range of styles and subject matter provides an overview of the creative energy and freedom to experiment that characterize this region of California. Closed for renovations through summer 2017.
Offers a glimpse into a private collector’s world. A Napa County Landmark, this 125-year-old stone building was converted from a winery to the home of Rene and Veronica di Rosa from 1960–1996. Today it houses hundreds of works from the permanent collection, shown salon-style in each room of the house. The adjacent courtyard features numerous outdoor sculptures as well as views of Winery Lake and the neighboring vineyard.
A 1/3-mile trail winds its way past dozens of outdoor sculptures. The Outdoor Sculpture Tour and seasonal Nature Hikes provide an opportunity to explore the Sculpture Meadow up close.
*Accessible by guided tour only. Visit our tours page for more information.