Your Private Collection Art Gallery
106 N. Houston
Granbury TX 76048
Toll-free:
Phone: (817) 579-7733
Fax:
email: yourcollection@att.net

Artists We Represent
 
Kriska
Ross/Watkins
Gail Allard For over 14 years, Gail has been mesmerized by the delicate and often unforgiving nature of glass. From the early days of his apprenticeship under Bob Rynearson at Rynoglass to continuing on his own, Gail’s heart has forever been captured by the mystique and beauty of glassworking, be it fused or blown. His work comes from his own hands and each signature piece he creates has its own beautiful story to tell. From solid colors and traditional shapes to freeform vessels with extraordinary coloring and signature silver details, Gail’s work is some of the most sought after glass art in Texas, and beyond.
Becky Anthony
Sharon Ashby
Joe Authur
Tammie Baker
Roger Barcilon
Anne-Marie Barker
Bob Bell Bob Bell was born on July 24, 1926 to Judge and Mrs. Robert J. Bell Sr. in McAlester, OK. Bob graduated from Oklahoma Military Academy. He then served two years in the Marine Corps during World War II. He was wounded in Action on Iwo Jima and honorably discharged. Upon his return he completed his BS degree from Oklahoma A&M in animal Husbandry. Bob was a life-long cattle rancher starting his career and spending nine years as ranch manager for Dillingham Ranches Inc. For the next twenty-two years, he owned and operated the Bell Ranch north of Okmulgee. His final years were spent operating the Bell Ranch west of Muskogee. Besides many years as a successful cattle rancher, Bob was a renowned bronze Sculptor. Bob was a master Artist of the Five Civilized Tribes Museum in Muskogee. His commissioned bronze, Dripping Springs, stands in front of the Okmulgee City Hall. In 1982 Bob was commissioned to do a sculpture that was placed at Point Barrow, Alaska at the Wiley Post and Will Rogers Plane Memorial.
Robert Berry
Connie Blankenship
Art Blevins
Brad Boyett
Dave Bradley
Carolyn Brittin
Bonnie Brushwood
Cindy Burden
Chet Burdette
Fran Chausse White
Natalie Chisholm
Mary Churchman
Sarah Clawson
Diane Coble
Jacob Colburn Jacob Colburn was raised in the arts by his father, renowned metal sculptor Daryl G. Colburn. As a child he spent many hours in his studio, attended art shows with his dad, and learned the art of selling the work his father made.One of Jacob's fondest memories was sitting mesmerized by flames shooting out of the mouth and nose of a copper dragon his father was creating. This led Jacob to soon beginmaking small metal sculptures of his own such as copper spiders and roses.In 2007 Jacob began an apprenticeship under his father and also began creating on his own. Together they started Colburn Studios and began showcasing their art in many galleries and shows. In 2011, Daryl Colburn passed away suddenly. Though heartbroken, Jacob has carried on the Colburn art name in his honor.
P Jean Cole
Joyce Combs
Lynda Conley
Bob Cook
Harvey Cox
Amy Crain
Cathy Crain
Valeri Cranston
Catherine Curtis
Greg Davis
Vicki Davis VICKI DAVIS CREATES ORIGINAL JEWELRY WHICH HAVE BEEN FEATURED IN BEAD & STYLE MAGAZINE. AWARD WINNER OF FIRE MOUNTAIN GEMS AND BEADS GALLERY OF DESIGN CONTESTS.
Margaret Drake
Darla Duckworth
Jo Ann Durham
Sarah Beth Elkins
Eagle Feather
Theresa Fincher
Eugenia Finkler
Anthony Fuentez
Polly Gessell
Dana Lee Gibson
Debra Gikas
Sharon Gillespie
Jeff Gottfried
Galleries Of Granbury
James Haddock
 

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