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Welcome to Ao5 Gallery Ao5 Gallery

  • We've Moved!

    Now @The Arboretum | 10000 Research Blvd, Ste 118

  • Isabelle Dupuy

    Graceful Maple of the Afternoon

  • Rachel Dory

    Ready to Roll

  • Hugh Syme

    Look Here

  • Gabe Leonard

    Against the World

Featured Artist: Carrie Graber

A Southern California native, Carrie Graber has been influenced by the hot summers & warm glowing colors of her home which can be seen in her amazing depiction of light in her works. She will transport you back in time with her love of mid-century architecture and style. Graber’s work has been exhibited around the world, and she is considered among the most talented and well-collected contemporary artists of our time.


Featured Artist: Cynda Valle

Cynda Valle chronicles human life from her unique perspective in which she finds the most ordinary moments of domestic circumstances and infuses them with undercurrents of surrealism, luminosity and pattern. She then captures these moments on canvas with oil paint, in order to remind the viewer of the fragile poignancy of life.

These paintings are done with a traditional, labor intensive oil glazing and underpainting technique. Focal points within the painting can have up to 40 thin glaze layers, and take several months worth of work in one small area.

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Featured Artist: Hugh Syme

Ao5 is excited to announce our newest collection by Hugh Syme, a Canadian Juno Award-winning artist.
Syme is best known for his album artwork for the likes of Rush, Dream Theater, Whitesnake, Aerosmith, Queensrÿche, Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, Iron Maiden ... and more. Both music-related and non-music works will be available at Ao5 Gallery.


Featured Artist: John Morse

For the first time ever, all 5 decades of John Morse's work is featured exclusively at Ao5 Gallery. The collection spans from the oldest surviving collage of Morse's career to his latest large scale works. Ao5 has unveiled works created by Morse that appeared along with his contemporaries Keith Haring and Jean-Michele Basquiat on the streets of New York in the 1980s. To listen to John talk about the works and his journey into collage art, check out our YouTube videos.

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Google Reviews

"What did Tina Turner say? Simply the best. You don't need to know anything about art because the staff here does.. and they don't make you feel stupid for not knowing. Excellent selection!"

~ Court Simpson

"Awesome art selection at reasonable prices. Wonderful framing department, executing art gallery level of quality."

~ Miles Braddock

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10000 Research Blvd, Suite 118, Austin, Texas 78759

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