Local Galleries to Purchase One-of-a-Kind Works of Art

What artists you choose to feature in your home can be almost as pivotal as the home itself. If you are planning on building a new custom home, let CKC take care of the edifice intricacies so you can shop around for some unique décor to accent and compliment the interior. Here are a handful of local galleries to visit for some inspiration, featuring beautiful pieces from globally recognizable artists and some up-and-coming artists closer to home.  

ANARTE GALLERY 7959 Broadway St. Suite 404

This contemporary studio features exhibits in all media from both established and emerging artists. Owned and operated by San Antonio socialite Ana Montoya, the gallery is focused on assisting collectors of all levels in the primary and secondary art markets. Detailed background to all works of art is provided upon purchase. Art consulting services are also provided to clients. Recent artist showings include Sandra Mack-Valencia, Lucy Peveto and Roberta Buckles.

AnArte Gallery local Artist Seth Camm

Local Artist Seth Camm. Photo courtesy of AnArte Gallery.


ARTPACE 445 North Main Avenue

Not to mention the exclusive rooftop jazz parties hosted in collaboration with local jazz station KRTU, Artpace boasts some incredible art including their renowned international artist-in-residence program. The program invites nine artists a year to live, work and create pivotal art projects in the Alamo City. A guest curator chooses one national, one international and one Texas-based artist during each cycle. Artists have come from as far away as Estonia, Australia, New York City and California.

MARIE LORENZ works on displace Artpace

Marie Lorenz works on displace Artpace. Photo courtesy of Artpace.



Four on-site galleries hold more than 20 contemporary art exhibits annually at Blue Star. The exhibitions feature both emerging and world-renowned artists from across the globe. If you are feeling up to braving the masses, First Friday events always have a spectacular turnout and draw huge crowds from all over the city. Reportedly the galleries traffic over 300,000 visitors each year – Blue Star is one of San Antonio’s the most recognizable contemporary art galleries.

Previous Installation October Blue Star Contemporary Art

Previous Installation at Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum. Photo courtesy of Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum.


FL!GHT Art Gallery 134 Blue Star

Previously know as the 1906 building, located in the heart of the Lone Star Art District just south of Southtown, FL!GHT is now about 20 paces down the sidewalk from Blue Star’s main gallery space. Founding Director Just Parr and co-conspirator Ed Saavedra have created an artist’s art space with a reputation for presenting art without compromise. The team is constantly generating excitement about art making, viewing and collecting with more of a focus on local contemporary artists like James Cob, Lloyd Walksh, Gerry de los Santos and Vincent Valdez.



Southwest School of Art is a unique fine arts institute where community members can take art classes and, as of recently, offers a BFA program. The campus is in downtown San Antonio and conveniently houses some of the city’s most gorgeous contemporary galleries including the Russell Hill Rogers Galleries, the Navarro Lobby Gallery, The San Antonio Express-News Photography Gallery and the Ursuline Hall Gallery. Current and upcoming artist showings include Dennis Smith and Friends’, Formed: A Survey of Ceramics By Dennis Smith and Colleagues and Christa Blackwood’s, A Dot Red (The Ballad of Irrelevant Histories).

Southwest School of Art formed A Survey of Ceramics by Dennis Smith and Colleagues

Works from “Formed A Survey of Ceramics” by Dennis Smith and Colleagues. Photo courtesy of Southwest School of Art.


    Visit some of these locations for aesthetic inspiration and give us a call today. Let’s talk aspirations and get building.

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