Art related events at Salado Winery

Art Opening Reception–Jason Deckman Nov. 10 3pm-5pm

**Free Admission Event**

Jason Deckman is a photographer who loves to explore all things Texas – which provides a wide-ranging and eclectic choice of subject matter. He plays with perspective, camera movement, and long exposures to turn everyday landscapes into otherworldly views. He is a combat veteran and a transplanted Texan: He likes to say that the US Army brought him to Texas, but his wife kept him here.

Art Opening Reception for Stephen King

You’re invited to an art opening reception for Stephen King, abstract artist residing in Central Texas. His bold colorful art was chosen for Salado Winery just in time for summer.

Artist Reception will be Sunday, May 19, 2-5 pm. Details are here.

Mr. King’s art will remain on display through August 2019.


Easter Ostrich Egg Decorating 2019

Please join us for the ultimate Easter keepsake and Salado wine tradition!

Buy your tickets today to decorate ostrich eggs at the Salado Winery for Easter. These ostrich eggs are keepsakes and people tend to come up with some fun conversations over wine. It’s pretty awesome.

When you join us, you’ll receive a cleaned ostrich egg. The large eggs must be prepared ahead of time by scrubbing them with vinegar and a toothbrush. June is a real diva about the whole thing, which is why we have to charge you so much. Ticket also includes decorations, paint, egg dye, and naturally, a glass of wine included from Salado Winery Company & Salado Wine Seller. You will be able to take your wine glass home as a keepsake, as well.

Three times available:

Sunday, April 14, 12-2 pm
Sunday, April 14, 2:30-4:30 pm
Thursday, April 18, 6:30-8:30 pm

Cost is $45 per person. There will be wine since it is a winery, so it’s up to each parent as to whether it is “kid-friendly”, but certainly there may be a kid there and prices are not discounted for kids. Unfortunately the ostrich egg farmer didn’t sell us discounted eggs for your awesome artist kid.

PLEASE brainstorm before you come. Look up your favorite designs on Pinterest or think about a milestone of that year. Bring some of your own decorations, if you’d like. Classes will be lead by our favorite art instructor, Angela Patrick.

Must be 21 to consume alcohol. Please bring your government issued ID to prove your age.

Tickets are now on sale on eventbrite. Invite your friends on our facebook event.

group of women and the ostrich eggs they decorated
get your tickets before they sell out!

Art Reception for Patty Thomas

“After all the negative that has become so much a part of our world, I hope you will look at my paintings, and let them remind you of good times and special places of the heart. Perhaps you will recall driving along a dirt road headed for your grandparents home or maybe just a family camp out by the river. Or you may simply remember sitting on the porch, watching a sunset, or even a rainstorm approaching as evening begins. Hopefully, at the end of a long day, a look at your painting reminds you once more of God’s creation and the sheer wonder of it all. And you are made glad”.–Patty Thomas

Art opening reception will be Saturday, April 6, 2-6 pm

Ms. Thomas’s work will be on display until 5/5/2019. Contact Ms. Thomas at https://pattythomasfineart.com/

Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest 2019

11th Annual Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest is March 30-31, 2019

The planning for the 11th annual Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest has begun! Mark your calendar, RSVP on our facebook event, and invite your favorite vendors.

9th Annual Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest

9th Annual Texas Wine & Rogue Art Fest  

www.saladowinefest.com

WHERE: Salado Winery Co. & Salado Wine Seller, 841 N. Main Street, Salado, TX 76571

WHEN:   12-5 p.m. Saturday, March 25 and 12-4 p.m. Sunday, March 26

CONTACT: (254) 947-8011 or june@saladowine.com

SALADO, TX – Enjoy wine, food, art, and the outdoors during the weekend of Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26, 2017. You’ll find the charming Village of Salado filled with folks sipping wine, browsing art and nibbling on food at the 9th annual Texas Wine and Rogue Art Fest, the best wine festival between Austin and Grapevine.

The folks at Salado Winery Co. dreamed up the festival ten years ago as a way to showcase not only Texas wines but also local, unique artists. June Ritterbusch, owner and winemaker, explains, “We are always searching for unusual artists and this year we have found some. These Texas wineries are rogue entrepreneurs as well, and I think all the wine and art folks are going to create a great experience.”

The 2017 festival will include wineries and vineyards pouring nearly 100 different Texas wines.  The festival will feature wineries from all across the state, including Florence, Waco, Fredericksburg, Marble Falls, Hye, Pittsburgh and Lubbock.  Wines vary from dry Mouvèdre Rosés and Texas favorites such as Tempranillo and Malbec to sweet peach wine and muscato. Some of your current picks like Fiesta and Chisholm Trail will be there and you may even find a fresh favorite in newcomers like Silver Dollar Winery or Kissing Tree Vineyard!

Artists from across the state will set up shop at the festival selling handmade items. You can find anything from hand carved wooden pens to gemstone wine stoppers to welded horseshoe art. Some artists and vendors have been attending the festival for nine years, while new ones continue to sign up each year. Every year’s festival has its own unique set of gifts and art.

If you’re hungry, the festival will feature several food trucks, including delicious wood-fired pizza by local favorite Fire Street Pizza, whimsically named pork sandwiches by at Hog Heaven, tacos by Salado native El Paisa #2, and snow cones (including wine-flavored ones for adults) by Southern Belle Ice House. Plenty of Texas food vendors like AustiNuts and Spicewood Food Company bring snacks, treats, and wonderful food that can be enjoyed at the festival or taken home with you.

The full list of artists, food vendors, and wineries will be available at www.saladowinefestival.com.

The festival will be held on the grounds of Salado Winery Co. & Salado Wine Seller at 841 N. Main St., Salado, rain or shine. Families are welcome! There will be plenty of kid-friendly space to run around, including Salado Winery’s cellar door sandbox. Well-behaved pets on leashes are allowed.  Admission is free and $10 buys six wine tasting tickets and souvenir glass, with additional tasting tickets available to purchase.

Art Opening Reception for R. Coleman

r colemanSaturday, June 11, 6-9 pm, free admision

R. Coleman is color blind.  The rules of art are elusive for him.  Colors resist easy categorization.  They deliver what the artist sees at the time of transition to the canvas.

Some colors are adventures, some new sensations, some strangers.  Some paintings have meaning within the presentation, for others the meaning must be found within the viewer.  Every painting is unique and original.

R. Coleman has been creating art in different forms his entire life.  He works from his home studio in Central Texas.  His paintings are in homes and private collections across the United States.

Come meet the artist, hear his stories and enjoy.  Art opening reception 6-9 pm, Saturday June 18.

 

#DocumentSalado Art Opening Reception by Jessica Flynn

documentsalado

Artist Reception, Saturday March 6, 7-9 pm

Dear Salado [And by “Salado”, I mean the wildly odd and wonderful people I’ve come to know and love here],
I love that Thoreau says “it’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” How I see is the greatest strength I bring to the work that I do. This also means it’s the biggest strength I can offer to our community. The 365 images that make up #documentsalado are a glimpse of how I see you, Salado. From the light to the art to the construction mess to the everyday views of local characters, this is what caught  my eye as I did real life in our little Village over the past year.
Each image was shot from an iPhone [No big cameras! That was my one rule. That and actually start and finish 365 images] then tagged and posted on social media so others could contribute as well. You can view the original project by following @jessijflynn on instagram or by searching the #documentsalado hashtag. 
Completing this project has inspired a few other pieces as well. I hope you’ll come see and consider them. When you do, since this is a community centric project, I’d love for you to continue to be a part of it. Here’s how:
Bring me something broken – humorous, significant, ironic, whateverrrrrr, just bring it. I’m going to collect it over the course of the show at Salado Wine Seller, break it some more and make another art piece out of our collective brokenness at the 2016 Edgy Art Show this coming spring. Especially at this point in our community’s story, it could do us all good to see something beautiful come from broken, chaotic, worn out, seemly random sh*t. Couldn’t hurt to try, right? Let’s just see what happens….
Many Thanks, Good People. Much Love. Hell Yeah.
*jessica flynn | artist

Holiday Hours 2015

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Hopefully #winerycat doesn’t knock over the tree!

  • Thursday, December 24, 12-4 pm
  • Friday, December 25, closed
  • Saturday, December 26, 12-6 pm
  • Sunday, December 27, 12-6 pm
  • Monday, December 28, 12-6 pm
  • Tuesday, December 29, 12-6 pm
  • Wednesday, December 30, 12-6 pm
  • Thursday, December 31, 12-6 pm
  • Friday, January 1, 12-6 pm
  • Saturday, January 2, 12-6 pm

Art Opening Reception with Patty Thomas – October 10th

Patty Thomas - Antique Sign

It’s officially fall! Join us on Saturday, October 10th from 1pm – 7pm when Patty Thomas will be on hand to discuss her newest artworks.  She was selected for the next exhibition at the winery to showcase and celebrate Central Texas and the beauty of fall.

Ms. Thomas, a Temple resident, studied art at the Texas Schools of Fine Arts in Austin and graduated with a degree in fine arts from Abilene Christian University. She has owned a graphic design company, painted furniture and murals, and sold her paintings in galleries. Ms. Thomas loves to paint Central Texas landscapes that highlight big skies, winding roads, and beautiful views of our area. As she puts it, “Today we seem to be caught in such busy, every-minute-filled lifestyles. My paintings are intended to move us toward a calmer, less stressful pace for everyday living.” You can see her artwork at www.pattythomasfineart.com. 

The winery gallery will be filled with Ms. Thomas’s artwork, available for sale until the end of December. Of course, we’ll have plenty of wine open for tasting and savoring. We’ll also be debuting our newest release, the 2014 Big Bully. The 2014 vintage, a Tempranillo-Malbec blend, was grown in Temple and will be bottled earlier in the week.