Time to recover from Isolation! Join us for the next guest show in the gallery.
January-February Guest Artist Show
Show Jan 9 - March 2
With some art museums and galleries shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic, the gallery Art on 12 is keeping art alive and essential in its hometown of Wimberley.
11:00 am to 5:30 pm
Best Gallery in WImberley
New Exhibition: Women by Women
Maxine Price and Pat Moore.
Oct 12th – Nov. 11th
Reception Oct. 12th, 4-7pm
“Nathan Brown is an author, singer-songwriter, photographer, and award-winning poet who served as the Poet Laureate of Oklahoma for 2013 and 2014. Fresh off his latest tour, Nathan will be performing songs from his latest CD, “The Streets of San Miguel”, and others from his vast repertoire. He’ll also be reading poems written about selected pieces of art in Art on 12, and works from his numerous poetry books. “
Why a Destination?
Art on 12 is situated in the heart of Central Texas, in Wimberley. Our city has been designated a Texas Cultural District by the Texas Commission on the Arts. Our gallery is a destination for all those who wish to experience the rich heritage of Texas. Meet our local, regional, and nationally known artists, many of whom reside in our small town or live close by.
Come experience the flavor of this unique artists’ community. We have over 14 galleries that participate in our Second Saturday Gallery Trail. Experience southern hospitality with wine, beer, hor d’ouevres, and meet many of the artists.
What makes our gallery special is not just the high quality of talent in our local community, but also we feature art by such nationally known artists as Maxine Price, Debra Steidel, Gary Oakley, Ronnie Weeks, and Soon Warren.
Every Second Saturday Gallery Trail
Wine, Beer, Hors d’oeuvres
Second Saturday Gallery Trail Map
Art on 12
13811 Ranch Road 12
Wimberley, Texas 78676
Open Daily 11 am – 5:30 pm.
“We at Art on 12, for the fourth year in a row, offer our sincere thanks to all that have voted for us and supported our fine art business.” We have become an art destination in Wimberley, and we couldn’t have done it without you.”