FT. DAVIS, TEXAS GALLERIES
Fort Davis started as a garrison town that supported the military fort built in 1854 to defend the region. Today, the Fort Davis National Historic Site is one of the best surviving examples of an Indian war’s frontier military post in the Southwest; and the town has become a charming reminder of life in the old west. Several art galleries showcase fine examples of western painting, sculpture, and striking photography by regional artists and locals.
Davis Mountains State Park is just four miles northwest of town and offers an extensive array of hiking trails, campsites, and some of the most scenic views in the region. It’s a great place to experience the area’s natural beauty and landscape.
Just 17 miles northwest of Fort Davis is the McDonald Observatory, one of the world’s leading centers for astronomical research, teaching and public education. It boasts a cutting-edge Visitors Center and offers daytime, twilight and evening programs. Visit McDonaldObservatory.org for details.
For information on lodging, art, and dining, visit FortDavis.com
LINDY C. SEVERNS FINE ART AT OLD SPANISH TRAIL STUDIO
email@example.com, OldSpanishTrailStudio.com / 806.789.6513
PO Box 2167, Fort Davis 79734
Regional landscapes in pastels & in oils, wildlife & nature art. A working fine art studio across from Old Spanish Trail Gallery, where Lindy is Artist-in-Residence. Call Lindy (806)789-6513 or Jim (432)249-1359 to see originals at the studio/gallery complex 20 minutes SW of Fort Davis. Buy Lindy Cook Severns cards & reproductions online at shop.oldspanishtrailstudio.com. We ship art!
OLD SPANISH TRAIL GALLERY AND MUSEUM
At Crow’s Nest Ranch est.1905 / firstname.lastname@example.org / OldSpanishTrailGallery.com 432.249.1968 / 401 Crows Nest Rd.
Fine art meets history on a heritage Davis Mts ranch. Original art by nationally recognized artists Wayne Baize, Artist-in-Residence Lindy Cook Severns, Tim Oliver, Dina Gregory, sculptor Stephen G. Jones; local artists Roxa Robison, Ginger Lemons, Anne Eckley, potter John Davis and guest artists. Open daily by appointment. Allow time to kick back and enjoy our hospitality & mountain ranch scenery. Inside the Scenic Loop 16 mi. SW of Ft D off Hwy 166— allow 20 minutes from town, and bring your camera!
1 / WILD ROSE GALLERY
301 E. Cavalry Road (just north of the Post Office) / 713.557.4147
A spacious, suitably lit gallery displaying the work of photographer Robert Haspel. Typical gallery hours are 10-5 daily. I am always present when the gallery is open, and enjoy hearing visitor comments and sharing my thoughts. A wide variety of subject matter and styles are displayed; with around 90 framed pieces shown at any one time, and a similar number of matted prints available.
2 / CACTUS FOUNTAIN STUDIO
102 Musquiz Dr. / 512.627.5943 or 432.940.8104
This studio and gallery features the work of Lanna Duncan and Patty Moreland, both local artists who paint here and showcase their work. Every Monday, Lanna and Patty host the “One O’Clock Studio”. Artists of every medium are invited to come and work on their pieces, do group critiques, support each other, and promote art in the area. Hours for the Cactus Fountain Studio are flexible. If you see the open sign out, please stop in, watch the artist at work and browse through the gallery. Otherwise, please call for an appointment.
3 / WHITE RHINO EMPORIUM
502 N. State Street (across from Stone Village Market)
White Rhino Emporium was named after the rare agave victoriae-reginae or “White Rhino”. We feature local artist’s works such as Lindy Severns’ enhanced prints and mini originals; Pauline Hernandez’ pottery; and cards, jewelry, photography, and multimedia art by various other local artists. The White Rhino also offers many other gift items: Jams, jellies, and salsas; teas, vintage items, and yard art; and unique succulents and plants.