John Ross Palmer
The Hardest Working Man in the Art Business®
The John Palmer Art Gallery and Studio is open on Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and by appointment. Please call 713-861-6726 or text 281-224-0968 to set an appointment if you would like to meet with Houston’s Artist John Ross Palmer.
Over the span of his nineteen-year career as a professional artist in Houston, Texas, John Ross Palmer has been incredibly grateful to hear the kind words of his art enthusiasts from around the world that have been inspired by his art, his art gallery in the Historic Houston Heights and his mentoring of artists to help them achieve career success in the world of art. It is an impossibility for everyone in the world to own an original John Ross Palmer painting, but, it is the goal of the Artist and his Houston Art Gallery that everyone should be afforded a small token of his appreciation for their sending him their kind words of thanks or encouragement. If you would like to send a “fan” letter to Artist John Ross Palmer, please write to:
Artist John Ross Palmer
1218 Heights Boulevard
Houston, Texas 77008
As soon as possible after the receipt of your letter, the Houston Art Gallery will mail you a vibrant, professional, 8″ x 10″ headshot that is pictured-above. The headshot will be suitable for framing, autographed by the Founder of Escapism and inscribed with his overall message to the world, “Art is Healing.” If you prefer the headshot to be personalized more specifically for you, a friend or a loved one, please clearly print the text that you desire him to write in your letter. Please keep your request for personalized text brief in nature as there is limited space on the headshot for Palmer”s handwriting. To insure the proper delivery or your autographed headshot of Artist John Ross Palmer, please do make sure that you clearly print the full intended address within the body of your letter. Artist John Ross Palmer and his Houston Art Gallery would like to sincerely thank you for your love and support. Together, let’s forever destroy the stereotype of the struggling artist.