Art at Redbud

Art at Redbud Cafe

We are fortunate to be able to be in the heart of a vibrant local art community. Redbud Cafe features local artists regularly on the beautiful expanse of plaster wall on the west side of the cafe. Shows generally run for 2- 3 months. During that time, work by our featured artist (s) is available for purchase through, Brieger Pottery, adjoining the the cafe.


Coming Soon: 

The Blanco River • Photography by Jacob Croft Botter

Opening on Saturday, December 2, 2017 • 5:00-6:30pm

Photographer Jacob Croft Botter is visiting Blanco on Saturday, Dec. 2, to celebrate a new exhibit of photographs from his book, The Blanco River, at Redbud Cafe on the downtown square.

Botter and co-author Wes Ferguson will be on hand at Redbud Cafe from 5–6:30 p.m. to discuss The Blanco River, which traces an 87-mile journey from the river's headwaters near Lindendale, through the towns of Blanco and Wimberley, to the Blanco's end in the San Marcos River.

Botter and Ferguson will also be available to sign copies of the book on sale at Brieger Pottery next door to Redbud Cafe at 410 Fourth St. in Blanco. Live music will follow the author visit. The images will remain on display and available for purchase at the cafe through January.

Sponsored by Texas State Univesity's The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment and funded by The Burdine Johnson Foundation, The Blanco River was published last spring by Texas A&M University Press. For information about the book, visit blanco.wesferguson.net.

All of Botter's  photographs on display at Redbud Cafe will be available for purchase through Brieger Pottery, as well as copies of the book, The Blanco River.

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