RS Hanna Gallery
244 W. Main Street, Fredericksburg, TX 78624 , (830) 307-3071 www.rshannagallery.com
RS “Shannon” Hanna has created another beautiful art gallery space in Fredericksburg, Texas, for collectors to experience some of the best in contemporary representational fine art from all over the country: an exceptional group of 60 working artists, curated with her eye for talent, promoting artists nationally as well as regionally. Her group of artists—much like the group she put together when cofounding Insight Gallery in Fredericksburg 10 years ago, as well as her RS Hanna off Main that she ran for seven years—embraces the best in talent, diversity and collectability.
Specializing in working closely with each client to find what sings to them, RS “Shannon” Hanna proudly represents John Austin Hanna, Marc Hanson, Lori Putnam, Dan Beck, Jeff Legg, Tony Eubanks, Elizabeth Pollie, Robert A. Johnson, Morten E. Solberg, Kevin Beilfuss, Neil Patterson, Peter Fiore, Denise Larue Mahlke, Jennifer Mcchristian, Bryce Cameron Liston, Hodges Soileau, Rosetta, Stefan Savides, Christine Drewyer, John Cook, Pam Ingalls, Ezra Tucker, Bob Rohm, Lindsey Bittner Graham, Thomas Schaller, William J. Kalwick Jr., Jeri Salter, Mary Dolph Wood, Marion Quick, Burneta Venosdel, Marie Figge Wise, Dee Kirkham, Kim Hill, Daniel Glanz, Dianne Massey Dunbar, JR Cook, Kim Carlton, Hebe Brooks, Joy Kroeger Beckner, John Bennett, Heather Arenas, Alex Alvis, Carolyn Mock, Margi Lucena, Chuck and Barbara Mauldin and Natasha Isenhour among others.
Upcoming shows include the NOAPS annual Best of America Small Painting National Exhibition through April 31, and Texascapes 2019 featuring the works of Chuck and
Barbara Mauldin from May 1 to 25.
“Art is one of those things that continues to intrigue long after its first encounter and in that sense, the market will never go away. Its health depends on the mysterious connection promoted between the artist and collector…” -Shannon Hanna, owner, RS Hanna Gallery
The entrance to RS Hanna Gallery on Main Street in Fredericksburg, Texas.
RS Hanna Gallery, Illusion of Security, watercolor, 11 x 22”, by Marion Quick.
RS Hanna Gallery, Last Day of Training, oil, 20 x 24”, by John Austin Hanna.