Horlock House Art Gallery
located at 1215 E. Washington Avenue in Navasota
CLOSED FOR NOW DUE TO THE CV19! CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES.
Built in 1892 by Robert Augustus Horlock. It is fully restored to the "Stick" Victorian Style with some Eastlake influence. The house was donated to the Grimes County Heritage Association in 1981 and is currently owned by the City of Navasota.
The Navasota Artist in Residence program gives three artists the opportunity to live and create art at the Horlock Art Gallery & History Museum. The house features living quarters, studio space, and gallery space, combining to create an unique experience and atmosphere for the artists.
The galleries located at 1215 E Washington Ave. are closed for now due to CV19, but are normally open for public viewing Wednesday-Friday from 2-6 PM and Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM-3 PM. For more information, visit http://navasotaair.wordpress.com/.