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The Arts Council is proud to host exhibits throughout the year in the Texas Gallery. Located at the Arts Center on 2275 Dartmouth St. in College Station, the Texas Gallery allows the public to view great works of art throughout the year free of charge. Over the years the gallery has housed works of art by Brazos Valley artists as well as Picasso, Ansel Adams, Salvador Dali, Rembrandt, Renoir and Grandma Moses. In addition to housing great works from artists across the globe, the gallery features the works of talented artists from the Brazos Valley through its annual Art League show. The next time you want to view great art close to home, be sure to stop by!

Current Exhibit

"The idea of" by Mick Burson
June 3 - July 21

Mick Burson is a multidisciplinary artist originally from Waco Texas, he is currently living and working out of Albuquerque New Mexico. He works inside and outside. Inside he makes work in regards to what it feels like to be a human and navigate this world. Outside he paints public murals that celebrate the nature, people, and architecture surrounding the area. They contain open-ended narrative elements in hopes that the viewer has had an experience in their own life that they can relate to within the work. He does not see the work serving as a means to an end its just an appreciation of the life and time we have here.

Exhibit will be in the Texas Gallery as well as the courtyard of The Arts Center. Admission is free during Arts Center hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-6pm, Friday 9am-5pm, and Saturday 10am-2pm.
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