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Copper Shade Tree - An American Fine Art and Craft Gallery

Copper Shade Tree, an American fine craft destination located in the heart of Round Top, Texas, displays a delightful collection of decorative and functional crafts, all handmade by American artisans. In addition, six events are scheduled throughout the year, to showcase a wide range of fine craft mediums. The artwork consists of over 80 artists from across the state and some from across the USA. Two-thirds of them are from within a 150 mile radius of Round Top. The gallery has a number of artists that are national award winners, many have appeared on various television shows, many have been published in local, national, and international publications. "It is with deep passion, that we educate the public about the different disciplines and techniques used to create fine art and crafts, that will last a lifetimes." says Gerald and Debbie, who are always glad to see you. Your first visit will not be your last. Located in the new Henkel Square Market.

Gerald & Debbie Tobola
102 Schumann Lane (Mailing: Henkel Square Market)
Round Top, TX 78954
Wed. Noon - 4 pm, Thurs. - Sat. 10 am-5 pm, Sun. 11 am-5 pm

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D. Little Gallery

D. Little Gallery is a Fine art gallery and working studio of artist Dorothy Little. The beauty of the surrounding landscape are the inspiration for the very colorful, impressionistic oil paintings. The gallery is located at the blinking light on Hwy 237 in the heart of Round Top.

Dorothy Little
108 N. Washington Street
Round Top, TX 78954
Friday 11-5, Saturday 11-5, Sunday 12-4 (or by Appointment)

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Fine Home by Copper Shade Tree

Fine Home by Copper Shade Tree Gallery is a collection of 25 artists that create art for the home. Whether your taste is contemporary, traditional, mission, etc. Fine Home has it all. The gallery includes fine furniture, fine art and fine crafts to adorn your dream home. Est. 2015

341 E. Mill Street
Round Top, TX 78954
Wednesday Noon-4, Thursday - Saturday 10-5, Sunday 11-4

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Humble Donkey Studio

A lighthearted artist, musician and family man, John Lowery draws inspiration from the natural beauty surrounding his land in Burton, Texas. His diverse career includes artistic work for NASA, where he illustrated future missions to Mars, the moon and the International Space Station. Later jobs led him to create pieces for the advertising world. His work has been seen the world over. "I am very proud of that work, and yet I was still painting the subjects and in a style dictated to me by paying customers," John remarked. "Now I am painting what I want to paint. In my style." Today, when he doesn't have a brush in his hand, you can find John aboard his John Deere tractor or spending time with his wife, Laurie, and their daughter, Hope. John is a firm believer that all work and no play leads to an incredibly boring life. He also believes that a humble attitude can go a long way. That's partly where the studio got its name. Not only does it come from one of John's earlier paintings, The Humble Donkey, but it touches on his belief in putting himself and his artwork out there - humbly - in hopes that others like what they see.

John Lowery
196 Henkel Circle
Round Top, TX 78954
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Orchid Tree Park & Gallery

The newest and most contemporary art gallery in Round Top opened their doors September 2013. The owners , Mike & Debbie Koenig invite you to come experience an explosion of your senses, thru the beauty of the various mediums of art displayed in the Gallery to the peaceful surroundings of the Park all on 3 acres. The Gallery displays a wide variety of art in metal, glass, wood, marble and paintings from local artists to international artists. New work and new artists are introduced throughout the year. Please check out our website for the upcoming artists reception and 2 year anniversary party on September 19, 2015. The Gallery also offers workshop space with an open pallet ranging from art classes, lectures to group meetings and even private receptions. For more information, visit the website

Michael & Debbie Koenig
453 N. Washington Street
Round Top, TX 78954
713-854-0907  713-305-6776

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Red and White Gallery

The historic Red & White building on the square in Fayetteville, Texas, now houses a newly refurbished Inn and Gallery. The old Red & White, built in 1835, has had many businesses in it over the years - including the Red & White grocery store (right), a Post Office, a dentist and antique stores - and is considered the oldest commercial building still standing in Fayette County. New owners Joan and Jerry Herring have turned the upstairs of the two-story building into a 4-bed, 4-bath inn. On the first floor, the Red & White Gallery will show one-person and group shows. (Other times by appointment)

102 West Main
Fayetteville, TX 78938
979-378-2706  713-818-9766
FRI 4 PM - 8 PM ~ SAT 10 AM - 8 PM (or appointment)

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The Gallery at Round Top

Fine art gallery representing nationally and internationally known artists. Featuring representational and non-representational paintings, etchings, functional and fine art ceramics, fine wood turning and jewelry. Comforts, our sister store, is located next door and is filled with all the comforts of home, homemade crafts by some of the nation's leading crafters. For appointments call 305-389-9748.

Karen Vernon, Ken Muenzenmayer
203 E. Austin Street in Bybee Square
Round Top, TX 78954
THURS - SUN 11 AM - 5 PM

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