Webb’s Fair & Square: Historic Masonic Lodge Transformed into Art and Antique Space

Webb’s Fair & Square, the newest art and antique space in Fort Davis, is now open after the transformation of the historic Masonic lodge built in 1906. The space features a fraternal museum and library on the upper level, while the lower level houses an ever-changing inventory of artwork, antiques, and books. The space will also host several exhibits per year, with plans to invite visiting artists.

Upcoming events at Webb’s Fair & Square include Sparkle Town, an exhibit featuring paintings by Heather Sundquist Hall and embroidery Western suits by Jane Reichle, which opens on April 8th.

Webb’s Fair & Square, owned by Julie and Bruce Webb, is an extension of their Waxahachie-based Webb Gallery, which has been in operation for 34 years. With the restoration of the Masonic lodge, the couple hopes to create a welcoming space for both locals and visitors alike to enjoy the artwork and antiques on display.


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