Our Story


Local artists, Jeri & Walter Winslett, opened the gallery after losing their home in the 2011 Bastrop County Complex fire. With the help of David & Nena Marsh, they purchased a historical building on Main St, which has been carefully preserved over the years. After purchasing, Jeri & Walter commissioned local artist Stephanie Distefano to create a mosaic mural of Smithville native musician & composer Hannibal Lokumbe, contributing to the array of public art throughout Smithville. The building itself is an excellent representation of the gallery; it retains the character & charm of old small-town living, while providing a space that celebrates the diverse talents and perspectives of those living here. 

Mosaic has since become a staple in the community. The gallery features Bastrop County artists covering all mediums from furniture to painting, pottery, jewelry, fiber art and more. Our space is unconventional and truly one-of-a-kind. We strive to make high quality fine art feel approachable & obtainable. We are firmly rooted in nurturing our community; committed to supporting and enriching the culture of Bastrop County and those who live/work here.