I am always amazed when I ask people if they know we have a art gallery here in Baytown and they say no. It is a pleasant and tranquil place to visit. There is more to offer here than paintings on exhibit and for sale. We have a metal sculpture of a giant fish, a cast aluminum bust, a metal sculpture of a Levratian skeleton, pottery by well known M.A. Ceramist, Marsha Landers.  Beautiful intricately carved gourds by Karen Knight and Kay Whitcomb. Beautiful jewelry.

John Grden offers leather pouches and one-of-a-kind pens for the man or woman who has everything and made in the “Steam Punk” fashion. Great for gifts. Also on display and for sale are intriguing photography of Brooks Walker, Steve Knight, Aileen Harding, Karen Knight, and many more award winning photographers displaying their work.

Also on exhibit are some antique collectible framed historical newspapers from 1938 and 1945 with headlines “Secret 1945 Atomic Bomb”,”Reds Trap Half Million” 1945 and air views of Houston 1935. These collectibles are for sale. 

We also offer art classes for adults and children. There are so many more good artist but I can’t mention them all, Danna Lambert,T.D. Avant, Barbara Trust, Rhonda and Scott Hollerman, Felipe Garcia, Luz Cantu,Carole Fox and yours truly.

The Art Gallery is located at 110 W. Texas Avenue. Hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

The Art Gallery is a wonderful place to visit. And who knows you may want to join us and create some art too.

Priscilla Hopkins

Baytown

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