American Fine Art and Craft Galleries

Regular Gallery Hours:   Wednesday Noon - 4 p.m.    Thursday thru Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.     Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.


New Addition - Mark Kohler

Born in Austin, watercolorist Mark Kohler depicts the independent spirit of the modern working cowboy with all the admiration he feels for his proud subjects. "I applaud the values and self-sufficiency of the working cowboy. Each painting becomes an opportunity to portray my subjects as they deserve to be, with dignity."

Kohler was trained as an illustrator, and is a perfectionist by nature. He gets to know each of his subjects personally and has spent the past two decades traveling in Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Montana, and California compiling images of working cowboys with which he portrays this disappearing icon.

Make plans to visit Fine Home Gallery to see Mark's awesome paintings.
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Welcome Beth Anderson

Beth is a painter who finds inspiration in nature. Beth is a master gardener and loves to paint bright still life's with all sorts of flowers: sunflowers, tulips and orchids. Using her impressionistic style she beautifully captures the dry red dirt roads and black gumbo fields of Central Texas. Beth interprets the little wooden painted churches of Fayette County, built by early settlers and lovingly tended to by their descendants. She finds inspiration in the log and stone structures that are restored and cared for in Round Top, Texas. These simple churches and buildings are made of natural materials and are a never ending source of creativity to her. The Texas landscape touches her imagination as she paints the wildflowers and trees of the lonesome prairies.


Coming in July - Joey Blazek

Joey, born in Beaumont, Texas has remained in the area most of his life. In 1976, he received a BFA from Lamar University in graphic design, spending many extra hours of life drawing, painting and watercolor under the tutelage of Jerry Newman. Newman profoundly influenced how he would think, see and translate images to paper and canvas. Blazek continued to draw from these skills throughout his career in graphic design as a creative director, photographer and illustrator.

His paintings have received prestigious award. Stay tuned, looking forward to sharing his work with you.



"Fine Home by Copper Shade Tree"

341 E. Mill St. (near Haw Creek Church)

The focus is on "the home".  The gallery is filled with Texas-made fine furniture, decorative and fine arts to accent your home. Represented artists are Leslie Ravey, Richard Loper, Melanie Fain, Susu Meyer, Jeff Ott, Gerald Tobola, Paul Kendall, Christopher Jones, and Philip Sheriden. Please make plans to stop by, the new gallery is located just down the pathway from the renowned Copper Shade Tree at Henkel Square Market - the heart of Round Top. See you soon!


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