There are many art galleries located in Austin, Texas. All these galleries serve differently. Though there are hundreds of art galleries located in Austin, only few are discussed in this content;
Austin Galleries: It is an important art gallery of Austin, Texas. Since 1984 this gallery is constantly busy in featuring antique works of arts through its exhibitions. At present this gallery represents artworks of more than four hundred artists. The gallery as a part of its permanent collection has a lot of 18th and 19th century paintings and sculptures. The gallery constantly represents many well established national and international artists. The gallery remains open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 6pm. Apart from artworks this gallery also provides several services like appraisals, estate sales, custom framing and restoration.
D Berman Gallery: The D Berman contemporary fine art gallery is located in 1701 Guadalupe Street, Austin, Texas 78701. The gallery remains open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am to 6pm.
This gallery specializes in modern American paintings, sculptures and photography. The gallery has a splendid building with gray colored walls, glazed concrete floors and wooden ceiling. David Berman is the director of the gallery. The Austin gallery presents work of two artists Joseph Phillips and Jared Theis.
Lombardi Gallery: The Lombardi gallery is constantly in operation since 1996. Since then, this gallery has been operated by Ron Prince. The gallery workshop takes orders for making custom cabinets framing and stretched bars. The major gallery artists include Sun Mc Colgin, Ethan Azarian, Sue Blevins, John Gist, Polly Lanning and many others.
Soco Gallery: The Soco gallery opened in 2000 in the South Congress Avenue. The gallery specializes in featuring contemporary artworks by many regional and national artists. The works displayed are the fine art works in various mediums. Other than this, the Soco gallery also provides custom framing services for those clients who are interested in framing their photos and collections. The names of gallery featured artists include David Abel, Sylvia Angeli, Eric Cross, Merry Calderoni, Michael Earney, Lisa Fittipaldi and many others.