Grapevine Art Dealers Association (GADA) “A Taste of Art” May 6

“A Taste of Art”

 by Grapevine Art Dealers Association (GADA)

May 6, 2017 from 5pm to 9pm

Promoting the city’s artistic offerings and member galleries, GADA will host its inaugural “A Taste of Art” May 6, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.   Ticket holders may start at any gallery.

The GADA “A Taste of Art” showcases the fine arts in Grapevine by offering a delightful evening of high quality art for all art lovers to collect and enjoy.  Take a walk along the vibrant historic downtown streets for an evening of fine art, signature exciting foods, and wine tastings among paintings, sculptures, and glass blowing.  For your enhanced enjoyment, each of the 6 art galleries will be offering different wines for tasting.

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Event features art, wine and food pairings

GRAPEVINE, TEXAS – Celebrating Grapevine’s artistic offerings and member galleries, the Grapevine Art Dealers Association (GADA), will host the all-new “A Taste of Art” on May 6, 2017 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at galleries and fine art working studios throughout Grapevine.

The GADA “A Taste of Art” showcases the fine arts in Grapevine by offering a delightful evening of high quality art for all art lovers to collect and enjoy.  Take a walk along the vibrant historic Main Street for an evening of fine art, exciting signature foods, winetasting artistically set among paintings, sculpture and glass blowing.  There are a limited number of tickets available at

Price is $20 per person and include entry into each art gallery.  Ticket holders may start at any gallery.

GADA fine art event tickets include the following six galleries:

–        A Touch of Paris, 202 W. Wall St. – Meet French artist/instructor/owner Dominique Galleron. Original art on display includes Dominique’s bold palette knife oil paintings in a delightful art studio setting that includes other artists’ work.

–        Giddens Gallery of Fine Art, 624 S. Main St. – Owners Cherie and John Giddens offer a vast variety of local artists’ works from paintings to sculpture in glass and bronze. Beautiful works of art fill the walls of this diverse gallery. Paintings include watercolors by Cherie Giddens.

A Taste of Art – Serving Cranberry Pinot Noir Meatballs and Prosciutto Melon Skewers.

Enjoy music while you experience the art of pairing the distinct ingredients in wine with the colors, shapes and textures in paintings.

–        Great American West Gallery, 332 S. Main St. – See the finest western artists in the world at this incredible gallery. This historic setting complements the paintings and bronzes of Native Americans, frontiersmen, cavalry, pioneers, cowboys, and ranchers set among expansive landscapes.

–        Holder Dane Gallery and Art Studios, 701 S. Main St., – The collection includes fine art. Oil paintings and pastels, bronze, wood, and clay sculpture, contemporary art jewelry and fine pottery create a pleasing variety of works by highly acclaimed local and national artists.

–        Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery, 701 South Main Street, – Surrounds yourself with a cascade of color in vibrant glass sculpture and delightful light filled objects at this fine art working studio. The Vetro gallery houses many fine glass artists’ work and glass jewelry. Seating is available for guests to watching the glass blowers create these unique works of art.

Vetro will be teaming up with Grape Vine Springs Winery to offer a delicious pairing of local wine with tiramisu. Guests can admire the variety of glass art available in Vetro’s gallery and find the perfect pieces to take home.

–        The Tower Gallery, 636 S. Main St. – Located inside the Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau headquarters, the Tower Gallery will showcase The Texas Sculpture Association’s dramatic new work from members from across Texas. The show highlights large and small works ranging from metal to clay.


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