The Gallery in Mt Shasta



Mon - Sat: 10am-5pm

Sunday: By Appointment


201-A North Mt Shasta Blvd, Mt. Shasta CA 96067

Located in the Black Bear Building

Gallery Entrance


(530) 926-2334



We proudly support these non-profit organizations savings lives every day:

Save the Rain

Humanity for Horses







Saturday April 19th, 4-7 PM

Clarann Bjers is a local resident of Mt. Shasta, where she began her glass work when her sons needed an art class and they took a fused glass class at College of the Siskiyous. When her sons moved on to other interests, Clarann continued on in the classes and began to play with lampwork glass as well. Today she is a prolific artist with her own art studio!

Clarann Bjers

Clarann Bjers .. Clarann Bjers

Clarann Bjers

Bjers has been with The Gallery in Mt. Shasta for almost two years now and she is well known in the Mount Shasta community and artistic circles. She loves to experiment and has recently been creating larger art pieces that hang on the wall or in windows. With her larger pieces, she works with fused glass. She also makes lampwork beads and jewelry. Each piece of Clarann’s artwork is handcrafted and one-of-a-kind!



Enjoy Fine Espresso and Coffee at The Gallery!

Gallery Coffee Break

We have added "The Gallery Coffee Break" providing in-store gourmet coffee, teas and fine chocolates. You can sit upstairs or downstairs, relax and enjoy a very peaceful and beautiful setting for a welcome break in your day.


The Gallery Experience!
Located Upstairs

The Gallery Experience!

The Gallery Experience! continues exhibiting the artwork of local artists

Experience the beauty of our region through the art of Mount Shasta and The Gallery in Mount Shasta’s newest gallery expansion. Sparkling lights have flower shadows dancing on the ceilings and walls, while spot lights highlight the beauty of the artwork.

Rent upstairs gallery meeting space for YOUR next event... click here!





The Gallery in Mount Shasta is the place to come for beautiful art featured in our collections: Mount Shasta images, Native American, Wildlife and Zen-inspired spiritual art.

(photo by Karrie Ann, Living Shasta Photography)



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