Hibbleton Art Gallery

223 W. Santa Fe Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832
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Hibbleton Art Gallery is an art space in Fullerton. A gallery is as much a work of art as the pieces it displays, and the Hibbleton Gallery's glass and black-trimmed storefront, red door, blond-wood flooring, and clean white walls are a rigorous contrast to the stimulating underground art it exhibits. Swing by to see a show, attend poetry readings, or stop in for local music or movie nights, and you'll see that the work is chosen with real thought and a precise sense of aesthetics by curator Jesse La Tour. It’s also part of the Magoski Arts Colony. The vast warehouse space has Violet Hour, Hibbleton, Bookmachine, Pas, Coco Gallery, and a handful of individual artists and collectives sharing space, with all footing the bill. The art exhibited comes from curators, owners and operators devoted to different disciplines, with a variety of aesthetics represented. Best of all? Every time we've been there, affordable art is on sale, further endearing it to the hearts of those of us who don't drive limos.

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