If looking for the perfect piece of fine art seems like a treasure hunt, join us for Art Quest during GADA’s 3rd Annual Fall Gallery Night. October 3, 2015, 5 – 9 p.m., in historic downtown Grapevine.
Guests who visit all six galleries and find the designated image for each gallery will have their names entered into a drawing for dinner, wine tasting and a stay at Great Wolf Lodge. All six of GADA’s member galleries will have owners and some artists on hand to answer questions and facilitate purchases.
A Touch of Paris, 202 West Wall Street, is owned by French artist/instructor Dominique Galleron. Original art on display includes Dominiques’s French-inspired oil paintings done in her bold palette knife style.www.atouchofparisgallery.com
Great American West Gallery, 332 South Main Street, features the finest western artists in the world with both paintings and bronzes. Subjects include Native Americans, frontiersmen, cavalry, pioneers, cowboys, and ranchers as well as horses, cattle and expansive landscapes.www.greatamericanwestgallery.com
Giddens Fine Art Gallery, 624 South Main Street, owned by Cherie and John Giddens, offers a wide variety of paintings and sculpture from local artists including paintings by Cherie Giddens.
The Tower Gallery, located at 636 South Main Street in the Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau headquarters, will host an exhibit at their visitor center gallery.www.grapevinetexasusa.com
Holder Dane Gallery and Art Studios, 701 South Main Street, located at the historic train depot area, features fine art: paintings, bronze, wood, and clay sculpture, contemporary art jewelry and fine pottery.www.holderdane.com
Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery, 701 South Main Street, also located at the train depot, is owned by master glass artist David Gappa who specializes in hand blown art glass ranging from contemporary lighting to large scale sculpture installations. The Vetro gallery houses many fine glass artists work and glass jewelry.www.vetroartglass.com