Since 1965, Gallery Shoal Creek has represented talented artists in various exhibitions and fine arts collections. The original displays focused on the works of western artists such as G. Harvey Jones.
But tones changed over the course of the next several decades to include vivid Southwestern landscapes and even sellout shows surrounding impressionist selections of intimate moments from urban artists. The gallery's relocation to the Flatbed Building provided 18,000 square feet of display area.
Concrete walls and polished floors act as the perfect warm and inviting counterparts to the current International art, paintings, local art, and sculptures on display to celebrate its longstanding cultural significance. The open schedule currently allows anyone to experience Austin's five decades of artistic history 24/7.
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