Cloud Tree Studios and Gallery is located in east Austin in a vintage quonset hut built in 1948. It is home to wood artist, Brian David Johnson, jewelry designer and urban beekeeper, Anna Gieselman. artists Lucas Aoki and Kristen Freeman

In addition to the studio spaces, there is a store front gallery that showcases the work of space members as well as a curated collection of fine craft and art from Austin and elsewhere. 

Cloud Tree is available for rental by the hour or the day for your next art opening, reception, supper club, or pop up.  The location has a full kitchen, two gallery spaces and 800 square foot covered area with benches fronting the space. Please connect via the contact form to find out more information, availability or set up an appointment to see the space. 

Our Story

Cloud Tree is the realization of a long held dream of artist Brian David Johnson. Along with the help of his sister Laura, in the beginning of 2016 Brian remodeled the building, re-located his workshop of 13 years establishing the gallery space with lofted studios above. The namesake for the space is the canopy of a tree that floats out over east 5th  nearby, long admired by Brian and dubbed the cloud tree. The space aspires to be a special location and warm gathering place to not only showcase great work, but provide an affordable venue for openings, gatherings and other celebrations. In addition to hosting many events throughout the year, in November Cloud Tree will be a vibrant part of the annual East Austin Studio Tour hosting multiple artists to be announced.