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. - 4 p.m.


Copper Shade Tree
Henkel Square Market
102 Schumann Ln.
Round Top, Texas 78954

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Henkel Square Market
341 E. Mill St.
Round Top, Texas 78954

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Lyn Foley and Her Glass Jewelry

Renowned glass artist Lyn Foley's full collection is being showcased at Copper Shade Tree now thru April 2nd.

Lyn will be demonstrating her glass artwork on:
Saturday, March 18
Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25
Friday, March 31
and Saturday, April 1

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Meet the Artist
Saturday, March 25th
10 am - 5 pm

Matt Tumlinson was raised in Early, Texas, and currently resides in San Antonio. His eclectic art work is a result of eclectic passions and a desire to discover what unites all people.

Matt creates a canvas from used 9mm bullets, and then paints his images on his "brass canvas".

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Art Demonstration by Ginger Siemens

Ginger retired from school nursing and teaching art at a high school in Houston. Taught metal smithing and metal clay jewelry to art students who made her so much more creative through assisting them with their ideas.

Meet Ginger on:
Tuesday, March 28
10 am - 5 pm

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Meet the Artist
March 31 - April 1
10 am - 5 pm

Kathleen Quigley
is a sculpture and painter living in Glen Flora, Texas. She holds a BA and MA in Fine Arts and has taught and worked in the art field for the past 20 years. Her love of nature is the inspiration for her work, which she shows throughout the United States and Europe.

Fine Home by Copper shade Tree

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New Arrival

Paul Rhymer comes from a family of artists and has drawn and painted his whole life. After receiving an Associate of Arts degree from a local college in 1984, he accepted a job at the Smithsonian Institution doing taxidermy and model making and retired in 2010...

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New Arrival - Peter Blackwell

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Kenyan born, has been intrigued by Africa's environments and  exceptional diversity all his life. Raised on a remote farm in Northern Kenya, the African bush was Peter's outdoor arena for entertainment and learning. Formally educated in England, where he received a degree in Graphic Design, Peter was keen to return to his roots to pursue a career not related to the advertising world, but to focus on the bush and continue on a lifetime interest, that of wildlife painting.

Virtually self taught in the area of fine art, Peter built up a reputation as a watercolor artist specializing in birds, gaining acclaim for his ability to bring to life his feathered subjects, with incredible character interpretations, distinctive detail to bold and iridescent colors and the fine intricate work of precise feathering. Gradually Peter included animals and landscapes as well as oils and acrylics into his portfolio, all with the same great care and individuality as his bird pieces. Today he centers his attention on all the aspects of the African landscape. His originals range from pieces only a few inches in dimensions to several feet, in mixed mediums.

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