Tower Gallery

636 S. Main St.

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday

Housed in the Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau headquarters building, the Grand and Tower Galleries are home to a variety of traveling exhibits throughout the year, many of which are free.

The Tower Gallery faces Main Street. This gallery is filled with natural light and a home to art, cultural and educational exhibitions. The gallery offers an energetic mix of programming and changing exhibits. The gallery promotes an array of educational topics.

Upcoming Events

Texas Sculpture Association Annual Show
March 1 - May 28, 2021

The Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau welcomes the Texas Sculpture Association's (TSA) Annual Membership Show to the Grapevine CVB's Tower Gallery. Participating this year are artists from around the state showing original artwork in a variety of sculptural media. The TSA is a statewide organization comprised of artists working in a vast array of sculptural media. The organization welcomes all artists to join and participate in juried and non-juried events along with regular lectures and studio tours. For more information about the event or TSA, please visit

Congressional Student Art Competition
May 4, 2021

Each year the U.S. House of Representatives hosts a nationwide visual art competition for high school students in order to encourage and recognize artistic talent in each of the nation’s congressional districts. The 24th district finalists will be honored with a reception and awards ceremony in the Tower Gallery on May 4, 2021.

Naïf Art Show – collector Gary McFadden – Largest Naïve Collection in U.S. 
May 14 - July 23, 2021

The Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau is proud to present the first international exposition of Naïf paintings in the United States. Represented are painters from 10 different countries: Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, España, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Nicaragua and Perú.

Naïf painting, from the French word Naïveté (ingenuity, innocence, naturalness) is generally referred to as Naïf in the Americas. Naïf painting is usually defined as visual art created by someone without  the formal education and training that a professional painter undergoes. Naïf painters are almost always autodidactic or self-taught. Naïf is recognized and often imitated for its childlike simplicity and frankness. Paintings of this genre typically have a flat rendering style with a rudimentary expression of perspective. Naïf painting can be described as primitivism, ingenious and innocent, and is also considered "outsider art." Unlike "folk art," which adopts a similar simplistic approach, Naïf painting does not derive from a distinct cultural context or tradition. Attention to detail is essential and subsequently one can ultimately ascertain the country of origin by studying each individual painting. The French painter Henri Rousseau is generally regarded as the first Naïf painter with two paintings, "The Repast of the Lion" and "The Dream," both circa 1907, being two of his most famous Naïf paintings.

August - September 2021

All Grape Show - Arbor Artists and represent artists from Grapevine, Southlake, and Fredricksburg, Texas.

Pastel Society of the SouthwestPastel Society of the Southwest - Annual Juried Show
September 15 - October 31, 2021

The Annual National Pastel Show will be on display during the month of October inside the Tower Gallery in Grapevine. The Pastel Society of the Southwest (PSSW) was organized in 1979 to further education in, application for, and encouragement of the use of the pastel medium. In the fall, PSSW holds an annual membership exhibition juried by a prominent, national artist. This has become the highlight of the society's year with 50 or more of the best works chosen to hang from many entries.

Lone Star International Wine Competition
October 3-6, 2021

More details can be found here.

North Pole Express General Store and Photos With Santa
November - December 2021

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