Gingko Leaf Gallery is an eclectic mix of art created mostly by 42 artists living in east Texas and beyond. It’s not a traditional gallery, but an art marketplace with multiple mediums, styles, and genres represented. Paintings, stone sculpture, fiber arts, welded reclaimed metal, fused glass, painted floor cloths, basketry, lithographic prints, pottery, recycled wire jewelry, photography, steampunk, hand bound and hand stitched leather journals and more fill the 2500 sq.ft. historic Elks Lodge building downtown Marshall, TX. It’s a short daytrip from D/FW area, about one hour east of Tyler. Owner and artist Claudia Lowery will warmly welcome all visitors sharing that the artists she represents have work all over the world, in museums, private collections, homes, New York lofts, offices across America and beyond. She believes that there should always be original art available for anyone desiring to purchase art that speaks directly to their heart.
Marshall hosts the annual holiday celebration Wonderland of Lights only a block off the historic courthouse square where an ice skating rink, carousel, and Santa’s Workshop will provide families a memorable experience. Gingko Leaf Gallery will keep extended hours during the event that runs from November 25 through December 31.