The plain, gray metal siding that covers the outside of the Dahlia Woods Gallery doesn’t hint at the array of brilliant colors that are held inside. Artist Dahlia Woods stocks her gallery with her own artwork, much of it bright and colorful. Woods present a mix of urban cityscapes and rural country roads as part of her “Scenes Around Texas” series; “Scenes Around the World” depicts images such as missions in New Mexico and the canals of Venice.
But Woods’ pieces aren’t the only works on the gallery walls. She also displays the work of other artists with Texas ties. The gallery combines more traditional drawings and paintings with unique pieces like the metal sculpture of Etty Horowitz, Linda Sheets’ scratchboard drawings of animals, and glass mosaics by Jamie Pink. Exhibits that run through the gallery typically last four to six weeks.