Art Galleries in the Corridor

“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” – Edgar Degas

There are plenty of art galleries to visit in the corridor that offer a variety of muses. Many of them offer new arrivals of art glass, paintings, sculptures and much more. 

Kittrell/Rifkind Art Glass

The Kittrell/Rifkind gallery displays paintings, sculptures, and other forms of art.  Their primary craft is art glass and there are many options for one to choose from. The Kittrell/Rifkind Gallery offers guests workshops and classes with a concentration on stained glass techniques, bead-making, fusing while also hosting new exhibitions pretty frequently. 

SW Art Gallery 

Art Galleries in the Corridor
SW Art Gallery Exhibit

The Southwest Art Gallery hosts artwork with a variety of styles from contemporary, to realism, to pop art and approximately 15 more styles. The SW Art Gallery actually includes the Kittrell/Rifkind Art Glass as a family gallery. The artwork speaks for itself and by having many options to choose from it will be easy to find a piece for everyone. 

Valley House Gallery

The Valley House Gallery offers guests and artists the opportunity to see a sculpture garden that is made up of 4.5 acres that hosts a variation of flower bed designs. The Valley House Gallery also offers classes to ‘university-level art classes and individual plein air painters’. The Valley House Gallery lets guests and those interested in the artwork to see more of what it has to offer on their social media. This gives an opportunity to see the diverse artwork of many artists.

Martin Lawrence Galleries

Art Galleries in the Corridor
Martin Lawrence Galleries

Located in the Galleria, the Martin Lawrence Galleries host famous artwork from Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami and so many other artists. Many artworks that are hosted here are contemporary and modern styles. They have ‘original works and hand-signed’ limited edition graphics by their published artists.

Art Gallery Inc

The Art Gallery Inc showcases artists who are women in order to show support.  The Art Gallery Inc also has competitions available to join during certain open entry deadlines. The Art Gallery Inc also donates 10% of art purchased to charity which is a great incentive to buy featured artwork. The types of styles available are oil painting, contemporary art, large-scale wall art, figures, and much more. 

There are many options of galleries to choose from when visiting the corridor, and many of them have a variety of artwork that are showcased and exhibited. With certainty, there is a piece of art for everyone’s taste in these galleries.

 

1 thought on “Art Galleries in the Corridor”

  1. Megan….your article in the Addison Magazine (email edition) mentions various art galleries, including one called Art Gallery, Inc. I could not find ANY information about this gallery, including exact location or phone number ( after Googling unsuccessfully. ) Can you provide the address or phone number for Art Gallery, Inc. as I cannot find anything about it on-line.
    thank you

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