The Greller Gallery


"Surfer Goats"  by Paige Holland   5” x 4”   Acrylic on Canvas $3,200

Exhibit Dates: 1.12.17 - 3.31.17


"Off The Trail"
by Paige Holland

A Whimsical Art Exhibition in Support of
Therapy Animals of San Antonio

“It is my goal that the happy colors and positive energy found in this exhibition help to convey a similar feeling of warmth and love that the Therapy Animals of San Antonio provide their clients.”
- Paige Holland

Meet-the-Artist Reception
Saturday, February 18th at 7:30pm at The Greller Gallery
503 E. Sonterra Blvd, San Antonio, Tx, 78258

*Limited Seating, RSVP Required to*

Artist Statement: "I am an optimist. Despite continuing bad news, I still think things keep getting better and better all the time. My optimism translates into my paintings where I create images that give hope a lift - dogs grinning, llamas posing and deer confidently touring their patch of woods. I paint a place somewhere between the Garden of Eden and Pooh Corner.

My art can feed people, and like food, everyone has their favorites. Sometimes my service is translating peoples’s own vision in custom murals or commission paintings. In my own work, I paint animals, landscapes and natural abstracts.

In the “OFF THE TRAIL” exhibition, you will find a surreal, happy and curious place to enjoy all the colors, mix of symbols and various life forms. Painting gardens and critters of species known and unknown as they mingle through variable realignments and harmonious connections is a reflection of how I sense life.

It is my goal that the happy colors and positive energy found in each of the OFF THE TRAIL paintings help convey a similar feeling that the Therapy Animals of San Antonio provide their clients. Even more than art, therapy animals have a magical way about them and are able to connect with people of all ages and feed their souls with warmth and love. Enjoy!” - Artist, Paige Holland

About The Artist, PAIGE HOLLAND
Paige Holland grew up in Houston, TX in a family of artists and designers. After graduating from Baylor University, she started painting mural commissions for designers in Houston. She honed her craft while apprenticing in a mural firm for several years in Houston and then began painting commissioned work for her own clients. She has lived and worked in Houston, Los Angeles, and Scottsdale, and finally settling in San Antonio for the last ten years.

“I feel like we've been finding our way back to the Garden of Eden, and I enjoy remapping it through my paintings. I am happy discovering the great and the good , calling it forward and figuring out what's next.”

To learn more about Paige Holland, please visit

About the Non-Profit, Therapy Animals of San Antonio
Therapy Animals of San Antonio is an all volunteer non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and an affiliate member of the International Association of Human-Animal Interactions Organizations (IAHAIO), and a GuideStar Exchange Gold Participant. We are led by a Board of Directors and publish an Annual Report. Our mission since 1989 has been bringing people and animals together for healing. We do this with our therapy teams' visits to facilities, educational presentations, and StoryTails literacy program in the greater San Antonio area. We provide training and support for therapy teams, who may choose to become registered with Therapy Animals of San Antonio or Pet Partners, Inc. (formerly Delta Society). Our primary fundraiser for the year is the Fiesta® Pooch Parade, an official Fiesta® San Antonio event. All proceeds from the parade support our local programs.

During OFF THE TRAIL exhibition, a percentage of the proceeds from all art sales will be donated to Therapy Animals of San Antonio.

To learn more about the Therapy Animals of San Antonio, please visit


A Special Thank you to our Partners & Sponsors for your Support:

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Fine Art Gallery and Custom Framing: Art Incorporated has been family owned and operated since 1969. Originally focused on art supplies and custom framing, Art Incorporated has grown into an all-encompassing art service company. We offer a fine art gallery displaying original artwork as well as a custom framing studio. Art Incorporated is serious about its commitment to excellence and to providing the very best in art and framing for you as it's

We are committed to helping its patients live happy and healthy lives with minimal discomfort. At South Texas Veterinary Ophthamology (STVO), our boardcertified veterinary ophthalmologists and well-trained staff provide expertise and advanced training in the diagnosis and management of ocular diseases. As veterinary specialists, we work in conjunction with our clients primary care veterinarians to ensure that our patients receive the best care at all times. We understand the special bond our clients have with their pets and will always do our best to provide a safe, calming and thorough consultation while examining and diagnosing patients. It is our mission to provide the most advanced and affordable veterinary eye care available, and to create a welcoming and comfortable serviceoriented environment for the people and their pets of San Antonio and all of South Texas.

Healing Pets, Helping Families. South Texas Veterinary Specialists, a BluePearl Veterinary Partners Hospital, is a multi-specialty referral hospital offering speciality care for pets in the following areas: Surgery, Critical Care, Oncology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, and Dermatology. In addition, STVS has a Canine Sports Medicine Center equipped with a Physical Rehabilitation practice. We were founded by two Board Certified Small Animal Surgeons: Dr. C. Collins “Andy” Anderson III and Dr. Fred A. Williams Jr. STVS is a 100% referral practice and will not take appointments without referrals from your primary care veterinarian. STVS’ obligation is to work together with your primary care veterinarian to provide the best possible care for your pet. Our compassion for healing your pet is the foundation of our practice. At STVS, we believe that a combination of state-of-theart veterinary medicine with a focus on concern and compassion for you and your pet is of utmost importance.

VREC celebrates the human animal bond. The doctors and staff of the Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center of South Texas (VREC) are committed to providing exceptional patient care by offering advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities within a multi-specialty environment. Consistent with our philosophy that "The Patient Comes First," VREC embraces a cross-disciplinary approach to ensure individual needs are met by the appropriate doctors. We are committed to fostering mutually beneficial relationships with our referring veterinarians and clients by providing timely and effective communication. VREC sustains ongoing excellence through support of regular continuing education for our doctors and staff and timely implementation of emerging technology and therapeutics. VREC practices include: South Texas Veterinary Specialists, LLP, South Texas Veterinary Ophthalmology, LLP, Veterinary Imaging Center of South Texas, PA, Emergency Pet Center - Stone Oak and South Texas Veterinary MRI.


“The Greller Gallery's mission is to engage the public with art that highlights the beauty of our planet and its
people. We are committed to supporting local and national artists whose work supports
non-profits dedicated to animal and environmental causes.”
– Dr. Andrew and Faryl Greller

The goal of The Greller Gallery is to inspire and educate people through art on topics related to animal care, animal safety, animal adoption, therapy/military service animals, environmental safety, water conservation and land preservation.

We take this challenge on with a positive attitude, mixed with high energy and commitment to meaningful change for the animal kingdom and our shared environment. We do this through hosting quarterly art exhibitions, lectures and school workshops. In 2017, we hope to add a documentary series to our service portfolio as well.

The Greller Over the past two and half years, we have raised over $30,000 for non-profits that make a difference in our world including Bat Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy, Wayward Whiskers, SNIPSA, Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Orangutan Foundation, San Antonio Humane Society -- and more.

We have also had the pleasure to work with a variety of talented artists that share our passion such as Dante Fenelio, MoMo and Pompa Brown, Heather Gauthier, SAY Si Artist Students, Carla Veliz, Yvette Shadrock, Pamela Ortiz Swart, Paige Holland, Antonia Richardson and John Bramblitt.

The Greller Gallery is located on the second floor at the Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center (VREC) at 503 E. Sonterra Blvd. VREC is a 19,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility that provides specialized care in veterinary ophthalmology, surgery, internal medicine, oncology, critical care, physical rehabilitation, radiology (on-site ultrasound, CT and MRI) and neurology.

We believe that art serves as good medicine within hospital centers because it comforts, elevates the spirit and affirms hope. Dr. Andrew Greller’s practice, South Texas Veterinary Ophthalmology, is located within VREC and right next to the gallery. Dr. Greller and his wife, Faryl, believe art within a health care setting, combined with outstanding medical care, creates an ambiance that encourages healing.

The Greller Gallery is open to the public with viewing hours Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Faryl Greller, Curator, via email at or phone at 210.262.2727

The Greller Gallery is always looking for new artists, corporate sponsors and non-profit organizations to help strengthen their mission.
If interested in joining forces on future exhibitions and projects, please contact Faryl Greller, curator of the gallery, at or 210.262.2727