Downtowner Gallery is an art gallery and vibrant public venue that values, promotes, and supports artistic expression.
Envisioned as a gathering place for creativity and the arts in its many forms, we welcome everyone to wander through our doors to kindle their sense of wonder. We host art exhibitions, educational opportunities, and events, setting the scene for meaningful interactions among artists, students and community audiences.
CURRENTLY ON EXHIBIT:
Japonisme à Trois
Exhibit Dates: Sept 18 – Oct 20
Exhibit Reception: September 28th, 5pm-8pm
We are appreciative of our reception sponsor Texas Saké Co.
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About the Exhibit:
Austin artists Valérie Chaussonnet, David Lamplugh and Jeffrey Primeaux present their bodies of work inspired by Japonism, the historical French art movement itself inspired by the æsthetics of Ukiyo-e. Sword fights, intrigue, and mysteriously scripted messages find their voices in a collection of abstract and representational steel sculptures and paintings, small and large.
Fragment of Imperial Sleeve
Fragment of Imperial Sleeve/ Valérie Chaussonnet/ steel /10 x 6 x 2” /$600Fragment of Imperial Sleeve
16 by 40 by 50 Edo Flower Arrangement #1, for Van Gogh
16 by 40 by 50 Edo Flower Arrangement #1, for Van Gogh/ Valérie Chaussonnet/ steel /23 x 8 x 3” /$85016 by 40 by 50 Edo Flower Arrangement #1, for Van Gogh
Monkey Scholar/ David Lamplugh/ Acrylic on canvas/ 14 x 18/ $600Monkey Scholar
High Art Sushi Chart: Canine Edition
High Art Sushi Chart: Canine Edition/ David Lamplugh/ Acrylic on canvas/ 22 x 30/ $3000/High Art Sushi Chart: Canine Edition
Invocation to the Moon
Invocation to the Moon Jeffrey Primeaux/ Acrylic on panel/ 22 x 30/ $1400Invocation to the Moon
Return of Fuzzycat
Return of Fuzzycat Jeffrey Primeaux/ Acrylic on canvas/ 24 x 24/ $600Return of Fuzzycat
Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Thursday: 12 noon – 6 pm
Friday – Saturday: 12 noon – 8 pm
Sunday: 12 noon – 6 pm
Arts and Culture Associate
Round Rock Arts
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City of Round Rock Arts and Culture
Scot Wilkinson, Director of Arts and Culture