From the incredible, light-catching sculpted glass of artist Bill Meek to the thought-provoking original oils and giclees of Ros Hill, Blair House’s art gallery in Wimberley, Texas offers a unique look at the talents of the many artists of our hometown, the Texas Hill Country and beyond.
Skillfully incorporated into the decor of the main lodge, the Blair House Art Gallery is open to the public from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Original works also adorn the walls of each room, giving our guests their own ever changing, private gallery.
To allow the public to see the entire collection at our art gallery in Wimberley, Texas, we open all the rooms for special showings throughout the year along with an artists’ reception. This unique opportunity to meet the artists as well as numerous guest artists is one more way we help these great talents reach out to the community.
Blair House Artists: Lillian Arnold, Angel Bacon, Fred Bradford, Norma Brown, Bob Cook, Gwyndolyn, Jimmy Harwell, George Hunter, Dede Hutcheson, Christopher Mayes, Robin Moore, Prudy McKenzie, Bill Meek MsRee, Sam Seaman, Todd White.
Featured Artist, Todd White: Originally from San Antonio, Todd White has been honing his artistic skills and developing his unique character. His works evoke a timeless mood while his strong sense of color and his attention to facial expressions pulls the viewer into the visual narrative. Many viewers relate immediately to the characters in each work. Todd now makes his home in L.A., where he has worked through the years as an animator for such shows as “Tiny Toons” and most recently, “Sponge Bob Square Pants.”