Modern Pop

“Modern Pop”

Currently on View

Introducing our new show – Modern Pop. Works on view by artists such as Hunt Slonem, Yayoi Kusama, Russell Young, Alex Katz, KAWS, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, and more. ⠀
Open to the all – visit our Pop-Up @ Domain NORTHSIDE on Rock Rose. We’re open from 11-7 Mon to Thurs, 11-8 Fri to Sat, and 12-6 Sun. ⠀

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October 5th, 2020|Categories: Current Exhibition, Exhibition, What's New|Comments Off on Modern Pop

New Acquisitions

“New Acquisitions”

Currently on View

New Acquisitions – select works on view in our pop-up @ Domain Northside. This show includes works by Alex Katz, Takashi Murakami, Robert Indiana, DabsMyla, and The Connor Brothers.

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August 25th, 2020|Categories: Exhibition|Comments Off on New Acquisitions

Shop Local

“Shop Local – featuring local artists in and around Austin”

Currently on View

Known for its local haunts, enviable food scene and of course the musically inclined, Austin is home to the ultimate ‘local’ culture. With residents quick to claim their status and outsiders eager to visit, are we even surprised that new transplants continue to arrive every day? Check out our top local artists from in and around the Texas capital. Support Austin artists and shop local. Works available by Ash Almonte, Hayley Mitchell, Gil Bruvel, Cody Hooper, Brad Ellis, Ray Phillips, and Katherine Houston.

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July 29th, 2020|Categories: Current Exhibition, Exhibition|Comments Off on Shop Local


“Life is Beautiful: Andy Warhol & Mr. Brainwash”

Currently on View

Andy Warhol is arguably the most influential 20th century artist, with secondary market records for his paintings at over $105 million BP. While his works on canvas are mainstays at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips, it is Warhol’s prints, or silkscreens, that showcase his iconic style and images. As an artist, Warhol, favored the technique as it allowed for mass-production and limitless manipulation.

French-born, Los Angeles-based street artist Thierry Guetta is best known by his moniker Mr. Brainwash. This exclusive collection of recent work, a combination of mixed media on paper and original canvases, encapsulates Mr. Brainwash’s identifiable visual language. He establishes a signature style by layering references to various sources of pop culture from the Peanuts cartoons to Keith Haring’s recognizable stick figures.

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June 23rd, 2020|Categories: Current Exhibition, Exhibition|Comments Off on LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL


“The Man Who Paints Rock & Roll”

Limited Engagement: March 6-15

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Call: 512-478-4440 

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March 6th, 2020|Categories: Current Exhibition, Exhibition|Tags: |Comments Off on JOHN DOUGLAS

Chad Smith


About this Event

The Art of Chad Smith will open with exhibition previews beginning Saturday, January 4, 2020 and extending through Saturday, January 12, 2020. The iconic drummer will be making two live, in-person appearances at the gallery on Saturday, January 11 from 6:00-9:00 pm and Sunday, January 12th from Noon-3 pm.

All artwork will be on exhibition and available for acquisition. The exhibition as well as the Chad Smith appearance is complimentary and open to the public, however RSVPs are required at 512.478.4440 or or on eventbrite.

The synergy and work ethic that marks Smith’s musical life organically led to his painting, and in early 2016 Smith entered the art world with Parallax, his first collection of rhythm driven prints. Fast forward to 2019, and the Artists’ premiere of an extraordinary new collection of artwork which will tour the United States in venerable galleries and venues, often following the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert tour and allowing for Artist Appearances in which the Artist will have the opportunity to meet his Collectors.

Date and Time

Sun, January 12, 2020

12:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST

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Russell Collection Fine Art

1009 West 6th Street

Austin, TX 78703

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March 24th, 2020|Comments Off on All Exhibitions

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