Explore Austin's Burgeoning Art Scene
This gallery was created by two art aficionados who wanted to make it easier to find and buy original art - without paying a ton. The duo has teamed up with a city full of emerging artists to offer gorgeous pieces at reasonable prices. You can purchase online or in-store.
Home to over 7,000 square feet of space, this Austin landmark is the city’s largest contemporary gallery. It opened in 1998 and features an evolving array of art, sure to suit any viewer’s unique tastes. It is also home to the largest collection of the secret works of Dr. Seuss.
Located at the University of Texas, this museum is one of the most renowned in all of Central Texas, with over 17,000 permanent pieces. You’ll find enchanting European paintings, special exhibitions, and pieces from contemporary American and Latin American art.
A hot spot for pop culture lovers, Guzu Gallery offers locals and visitors the chance to purchase unique and quirky items like graphic novels, collectible toys, and art books. From classic cartoons to Japanese anime, you can find the odds and ends you never knew you needed.
Opened 1984, this museum brings awareness and light to the art from artists across Latin America, the US, and Mexico. Located on Congress Avenue, it is in the heart of the city and is committed to opening a healthy dialogue between its many visitors and the art of Latin America
Whether you’re looking to start a collection, engage in a lecture, or simply peruse a beautiful gallery, you’ll find it here. This gallery houses about 100 original works, ranging in date from 1600 to the present. You can team up with the staff to begin your very own collection, or find the perfect piece for you.
Originally the home of renowned 20th century sculpture Charles Umlauf and his wife Angeline, this enchanting landscape is now a garden and museum of his works and many others. It is located on the banks of Barton Springs, with world-class sculptures strategically placed among the hill country greenery.
Located in the heart of the art district on West 6th Street, this 100 year old house is home to the works of 57 artists. With two stories of space, the Wally Workman Gallery features a broad spectrum of unique and compelling works.
Since 1978, this progressive gallery has showcased the works of talented female artists from Texas and other parts of the country. Visit their shop on Lavaca to view an exhibition, purchase handmade items, or check their schedule for a live performance.
This unique gallery embodies the folksy and funky vibe of Austin, featuring works by unconventional artists from the US and Canada. You can visit their shop on South Congress to simply wander through the unique pieces, or purchase one in the store.