Brandon Snow is a self-taught Austin-based printmaker, and the youngest artist represented by Ao5 Gallery. Snow merges his original film photography with a large format silkscreen process. This hand-pulled printing method allows for unique and serendipitous characteristics to develop in each piece. His new work is inspired by the struggle to find balance in all aspects of our lives.
Find moulding in all styles, colors, and finishes at drastically reduced prices. Partial sticks or uncut lengths up to 8-9ft available, as well as an assortment of pre-cut and joined frames at drastically reduced prices. Perfect selections for artists or the DIY framer.
Two-Night Opening Weekend with Disney Fine Artist Heather Edwards!
Fri & Sat, June 28 & 29th from 7-9pm
For the fourth year in a row, Ao5 Gallery will be bringing the wonderful world of Disney to Austin this summer. See new and favorite work by officially licensed Disney artists from the Disney Fine Art program, and meet Heather Edwards at our opening weekend celebration!
This exhibition will remain on display through Sunday, July 28th.
Dan and Camille Easton are excited to announce they have acquired Ao5 Gallery from its founder, Joe Sigel. The Eastons previously worked in their family’s print and digital media business in Victoria, Texas. They dedicated many volunteer hours to various arts groups and are long-time supporters of the arts. “We are excited about the opportunity to continue Ao5 Gallery’s legacy in Austin and look forward to getting acquainted with the arts community in general, and with our customers and artists in particular.”
Todd Gresley, having over 22 years of experience in the industry, will continue his current role as Gallery Director moving forward. “I am elated to take Ao5 Gallery into its 3rd decade with the new owners and continue to bring exciting and innovative shows that cannot be seen anywhere else in Austin.”
Ao5 Gallery is the Best Gallery in Texas, Second Year Running
Each spring the American Art Awards board selects their 25 Best Galleries and Museums in America, choosing only one museum or gallery per state per year. Selections are based on years established, industry reputation, online buzz, location, size, socially relevant exhibits, motivational and educational programs, represented artists as well as artist, client and visitor references.