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.


Now showing:

Eric Harrison • Art at Redbud Cafe

  Redbud Spring,  oil on wood panel, by Eric Harrison

Redbud Spring, oil on wood panel, by Eric Harrison

Local artist, Eric Harrison will hang some of his most recent landscape paintings at Redbud Cafe, on display and for sale beginning Friday, June 2nd, through mid September, 2018.

Please join us on Friday, June 22nd from 5:00pm - 6:00pm

at Redbud Cafe

Meet-the-Artist :  Eric Harrison


About 

Eric Harrison-born 1971 in San Antonio, Texas.  

In 1995 he married Kim Marie, and together they have two sons, Noah and Ethan.  

The Harrison’s reside in the hill country west of Blanco, Texas.

Currently painting in a language resonant with other Texas artists such as Robert and Julian Onderdonk, Robert Wood, Porfirio Salinas, Dawson  Dawson-Watson, and Robert Harrison; with an affinity toward the work of California painter William Wendt. Paul Cezanne and many of the post impressionists.  

Exhibitions and collections of his work include:

  • The United States Embassy in Togo, Africa
  • The University of Texas at San Antonio
  • The Buckhorn Museum,  San Antonio
  • Best of the Best Art Show,  Salado, Texas
  • Texas Landscape Show The Nave Museum, Victoria Texas
  • The Harrisons, “A Family of Texas Painters” Charles Morin Fine Art, San Antonio
  • Alamo Kiwanis Western Art Show, San Antonio, Texas
  • Many Farm and Ranch collections
  • Many private collections around the world

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 "My art is the result of my thoughts and feelings about the place where I live.  Freedom, Imagination and encounter with nature are the source from which these visions are realized. Ultimately these paintings stand as evidence of a life being lived, and above all are meant to be seen, so as you look at the paintings allow you eye to wander and your mind to wonder."  

- Eric Harrison