As the newly designated Visual Arts Capital of Texas, San Angelo comes to life with beautiful art across the West Texas city of more than 100,000. Known for their western heritage as the home to Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, the community’s visual art scene showcases the best from local and visiting artists. From the award-winning San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts that hosts the nationally recognized Ceramic Invitational and serves as home to the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art (CASETA) to Art in Uncommon Places, the creators of Paintbrush Alley, the Pop Art Museum, a Tribute to the Masters, and visual art done by local artists distributed around the city in places considered to be uncommon, San Angelo’s art scene delights and inspires the imagination at every turn.

Concho River Walk.

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