In downtown Calistoga, Carlo Marchiori’s personal gallery displays his works, which showcase his classical Venetian training. The works include paintings, porcelain, sculptures, ceramics, furniture, watercolors, tiles, and books. A large mural of the northern hemisphere’s constellations lines the ceiling, which Marchiori first painted on canvas panels and later attached. His work is also noticeably influenced by animals in motion and the Venetian period of theatre called Commedia dell’ Arte, in which actors performed broad comedy in masks. To further the experience, guests can visit Marchiori’s Calistoga home, Villa Ca’Toga, to see his works in progress.