The Gallery is open to the public – Free Admission during open hours.
Some events and workshops have nominal fees to help cover some of the costs of the events, see calendar-of-events for details and prices.
Open to the Public Hours:
Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. till 5 p.m.
Check Schedule of Events at www.halletoakgallery.com
Free Admission * Tours during Open Hours or by Appointment.
Saturday mornings, meet the artist over fresh brewed coffee. Saturday afternoons at 2 pm, enjoy open house receptions for featured artists and wine tastings. All are welcomed. No dress code, free entry, handicapped accessible. School or bus tours by appointment.
View the Gallery Collection of over 20 regional and five international artists. All artworks are for sale.
Meet in Hallettsville to experience Lavaca County’s hospitality! See Hotels & Points of Interest page!
The 1890 Kahn & Stanzel Building is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places!
Gallery Tours: View art by both regional and international artists. Sip a complimentary coffee as you browse through the library of art books. The gallery features original art, jewelry, pottery, sculptures, bronzes, paintings, and limited-edition photographic prints. New artworks are displayed monthly.
View the Timeline, tracing the history of the famous Hallet Oak tree, circa 1750-2015; the Hallet family; and the century-old Kahn & Stanzel building. Enjoy the historic James Riely Gordon architecture and views of the Lavaca County Courthouse and downtown square. (Monday – Thursday 10 AM – 2 PM, Friday & Saturdays 9 AM to 5 PM, or by Appointment)
Gallery Venue: Non Smoking. Wheelchair Accessible
Decorated to reflect its historic charm, the Gallery is a multipurpose Texas historical venue for art and entertainment. Low Cost, comfortable, and spacious, it is central to Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Waco, Victoria and Corpus. “Share the drive and experience Hallettsville’s hospitality!” It accommodates 70 seated or 144 standing and is ideal for business meetings or social events.
Reminiscent of 1890, the Gallery is a relaxing place to book a lunch, play your favorite instrument, or hold a jam session while you view the newly restored Lavaca County Courthouse. To learn more about the restoration architect, visit the James P. Arnold web site at http://www.jamesparnold.com/the-kahn-stanzel-building/, email email@example.com or call 361-217-7030.
Hallet Oak Foundation Incorporated –A non-profit organization supporting arts and cultural education through operation of the Hallet Oak Gallery and Friends of Hallettsville Downtown Revitalization
Visual Arts for Health, Environment, History, Science, & Math
“We need to provide programs for creating compassion for our natural world through art.” –
2017 Board & Advisory Board
“To support these programs is in our best interest to ensure humanity perpetuates.” – Dr. Betty Edwards
“The Hallet Oak Gallery provides services for the local community and surrounding area. We support the continuation and possible expansion of these programs.” – Robert & Doris Zumwalt
“Your programs definitely challenge and build students’ confidence and offer different schools the opportunity to make better use of limited resources. ” – Colette T. Burroughs, Art Teacher, SHSC