About RS Hanna Gallery

RS Hanna Gallery - Fine Art - Fredericksburg, Texas

RS Hanna Gallery - Fine Art - Fredericksburg, Texas

RS Hanna Gallery ~ Fredericksburg’s Newest Fine Art Gallery where it’s about art. The real thing. That indefinable but very real commodity that quickens the senses, captures us in a moment and connects us somehow to what we consider beautiful, important, desirous…. we are about promoting that art and the fine artists who produce it in a real way in this jewel box of artists. To have a space for that dynamic communication to shine – seizing that mercurial quality that fine art really is: capturing us in a moment, enchanting us for a lifetime.

Featuring original works of nationally acclaimed artists working in oil, watercolor, pastel, bronze and wood, working in color and emotion, beauty and light.

Featured artists include:  Dan Beck, Joy Kroeger Beckner, Kevin Beilfuss, Lynwood Bennett, Lindsey Bittner Graham, David Cheifetz, Gene Costanza, Peter Fiore, Barbara Flowers, Frank Gardner, Daniel Glanz, John Austin Hanna, Marc Hanson, Jay Hester, Pam Ingalls, Natasha Isenhour, Rusty Jones, Margi Lucena, E Melinda Morrison, Elizabeth Pollie, John Poon, Elizabeth Robbins, Jeri Salter, Thomas Schaller, Sidney Sinclair, Hodges Soileau, Russ Thayer, Santiago Tolman, Marie Wise and Rex White.

RS Hanna Gallery is located at 208 South Llano Street, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday 10 am to 6 pm. Visit http://www.rshannagallery.com  (855) 884-9517.

3 thoughts on “About RS Hanna Gallery

  1. Come see the gallery during the next First Friday Art Walk, Fredericksburg on January 6th. Our featured artist is Elizabeth Robbins.

    Elizabeth (formely painted under the name of Pruitt) was raised in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. As a child, her Grandmother’s would help her identify various wild flowers at their cabin above Oakley, Utah. This is where her love of flowers began. “I still have the book where I pressed and catagorized wild flowers that my paternal Grandmother helped me with.” She began painting in her early 20’s but soon children became her priority and her love of painting was an occasional hobby. As the children grew, so did her desire to expand on her art. She now enjoys the freedom to devote full time to her art. Her work is in private collections throughout the United States and in the Ella Dunnegan Museum in Bolivar, MO.

    Elizabeth has been featured in American Artist Magazine, American Art Collector, and was chosen as an “Artist to Watch” in the Jan 2009 issue of Southwest Art. She has won several awards including “Best Still Life” three times at the NOAPS National Exhibit and the Tuffy Berg Award at the 2008 CM Russell. Robbins is a Master Signature Member of the American Women Artists, a Signature Member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painter’s Society.

  2. Exciting Upcoming Show | Artist’s Reception | Painting Demonstration
    Feb. 3rd 6 – 8PM.
    Pam Ingalls will start her demonstration @ 6PM.
    The public is cordially invited. 

    “Close to the Heart…the Beat of the City”
    Featuring: Pam Ingalls & Thomas Schaller
    February 1-29, 2012

    RS Hanna Gallery is proud to present the sophisticated cityscapes and interiors of national and international award winning artists Thomas Schaller and Pam Ingalls in their breathtaking show of the magic of everyday life.  Both capture the vibrancy and immediacy of the city, encapsulated in the large architectural images or the small details of interiors, but always connect to the timeless.  As Thomas Huxley said,  “to the clear eye the smallest fact is a window through which the infinite may be seen”…and to see through these two talents both the large and the small the commonplace and everyday connect us to the extraordinary. 

    Thomas Schaller, author of book, Architecture in Watercolor, is esteemed for his contemporary, light filled city renderings, alive with presence.  Pam Ingalls, acclaimed artist and teacher, is loved for her rich Russian impressionistic style  that renders the smallest of objects with such presence that you feel someone has just entered or left the frame of the canvas.  

    Surprisingly, both artists convey light thrown on a subject that is simply not physical light, but a recognition of place or feeling, often evoking a playful interaction with the viewer. Each has that remarkable quality of familiarity in the exotic or a sense of a profound nature in the commonplace that sets them head and shoulders above the crowd.
    An inner view of the city seen through these two artists eyes…a lover’s view of life rendered on canvas in oil or watercolors, is the basis of their collectors returned love for them.  Connecting one, as real art always does, to what is timeless. 

    Artists reception and painting demonstration by Ms. Ingalls; Feb. 3rd starting at 6 p.m. The public is cordially invited. 

    Ms. Ingalls is teaching a private class at the Fredericksburg Artists School, Feb. 2nd through 5th, an immersion into painting “liquid light” in the Russian Impressionistic tradition. Contact the school for more details at 830-997-0515.

    This show can be seen in American Art Collector Magazine
    February 2012 Edition
    Pages 60-81

  3. Shannon – loved the writing style on your Gallery Page! Beautifully written and expressed. Can’t wait to visit your new Gallery. You have so much experience working in this specialty field, along with being just such an amazing young woman – that I know you will do well. My very best to you and your wonderul new gallery!
    All my love and blessings to you.
    Jennifer Anderson

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