Round Rock City Council Chamber Gallery

Currently on view

With lively brush strokes and a radiant palette, artist Jean Mason conveys the excitement of witnessing live music in intimate venues.

Jean Mason’s paintings are inspired by the local music scene. Her favorite place to be is right up front with a sketchbook and watercolors.

She has worked as a teacher, an art therapist, and a technical illustrator/writer. For 2 years, she served as the Curator of the Downtowner Gallery in Downtown Round Rock. In addition, she is a docent at the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas. 

Her work has been featured on album covers, festival posters and t-shirts, product literature and magazine articles across the US and abroad. Career highlights include a sellout solo exhibit in Chelsea/New York City and a feature story on her paintings for JAZZ COLOURS and Italian Jazz Magazine.

“My goal is to spread positive energy. I celebrate the simple things that bring joy and connection between people. “

This exhibit is fittingly presented within steps of the Downtowner Gallery, where Jean Mason worked tirelessly as a volunteer curator through the visual arts nonprofit Round Rock Arts. Her art will be on view to the public in the Round Rock City Council Chambers Gallery September 6, 2022 through January 2, 2023. 

About Jean Mason

Learn more about the art of Jean Mason on her website:

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Selections from this exhibit

Artist Spotlights

Enjoy more about inspiration and technique from these interviews with local artists who have previously exhibited in this venue.

The City Council Chamber Gallery has featured the following artists:

About Round Rock City Council Chamber Gallery

The Round Rock City Council Chamber Gallery is a municipal art gallery in the heart of Downtown Round Rock.  The gallery is located in the Round Rock City Council Chambers at City Hall, 221 East Main Street.  It is free and open to the public for access during regular business hours. The gallery walls serve as a focus on highlighting local and regional talent including individual artists, student art, curators and artisans.   

Round Rock’s vision is to add to the quality of life, strengthening our community, inspiring more investment, and creating a greater sense of place. 

The mission of the arts and culture is to enrich the quality of life, support and foster the enjoyment, understanding, and development of the arts through diverse and engaging experiences. They contribute to the economy and tourism in the community.  The arts and culture also provide resources, education, and artistic initiatives to support and serve individual artists and arts organizations in our community. 

The art exhibit in the Council Chambers is changed quarterly.  If interested in being in the City Council Chamber gallery or more information on the current exhibit, you can send your information to 

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