Lubbock Art

The Arts in Lubbock

Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts
511 Avenue K
(806) 762-8606
LHUCA offers four beautiful galleries, with exhibits changing monthly. Gallery hours are 11am to 5pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Gallery rentals for receptions, parties or meetings are available. While on the campus, be sure to check out the Clay Studio too!

Photo credit: charlesadamsgallery.com

Charles Adams Gallery
602 Avenue J
(806) 788-1008
Opened in 2010, the Charles Adams Gallery is located adjacent to LHUCA. This three-piece gallery, courtyard/patio, and residence is a piece of art itself. The gallery contains contemporary artwork, from canvas to photographs to mixed media. Other services available include appraisals, liquidation, installations, and framing. This is a very popular First Friday Art Trail venue, so if you like to view your art free from distraction, stop by Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Visit with Charles or Chad – and, if you’re lucky, maybe even a sweet pup!

Photo credit: tornadogallery.blogspot.com

Tornado Gallery
1822 Buddy Holly Avenue
(806) 687-1644
Tornado has been on the scene for about six years, and Lubbock folks love ‘em. Lifelong collaborators and friends run the gallery, and together they showcase local artists. You’ll find stuff like beautiful plasma sculptures and glasswork. Also, our friend at Tierra Verde has selections available at Tornado. Visit them Tuesday through Saturday 2 to 6pm, or on First Friday.

GlassyAlley Art Studio & Gallery
1940 Texas Avenue
(806) 535-2457
Pauline’s dream of opening an art studio and gallery became a reality in October 2009. Since then, she’s been able to open her doors to local artists. In addition to gallery space that can be rented, she also offers event rentals for meetings or parties. A unique glass mosaic four-week course is also available. GlassyAlley is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm, as well as First Friday.

1 comment

  1. Larry Simmons

    Outstanding coverage of the Lubbock gallery scene. We welcome Peachtree and point out the Lubbock Arts Alliance office at 17th and Texas and their community gallery space. Great folks in a cool space.

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