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Byrdland Home and Gallery

Welcome to Byrdland!  Just as I came to Selma with an open heart, I open the doors to Byrdland to artists, visitors, neighbors, and to lovers of peace and community.  Byrdland is an historic home in the Old Town neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. Built in 1870, it is a fine example of Victorian architecture, with 14-foot ceilings, inlayed wood floors, original Waterford crystal gasoliers, a rotunda, 11 fireplaces, a vestibule, a porte co chère, and what I most admire, the hand-painted friezes.  While the house is is adorned with ornate Victorian details, we have filled it with contemporary furnishings and art.  Our collection includes Southern folk art, tribal  art and ethnic art but the walls are mostly adorned with Trés' work.  


We welcome visitors to come, see the home, our collection but especially to see Trés’ work in a home setting that is for purchase.  I believe it is exciting to purchase art from the artist especially in his home and studio. I’ve always got great coffee and am willing to talk about art and community.

In Joy,


Byrdland Gallery is available by appointment only. 

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Calling all Artists...

Come to Byrdland and sing your songs of joy! Consider this your invitation as an artist to come.  If you come to Selma to share your artistic gifts, be it music, dance, drama, art, writing, whatever your gifts are, you can stay with us.  We welcome all creatives to come and do just that, see Selma, share with Selma.  We have hosted dancers, filmmakers, opera singers, photographers, activists, developers, art dealers, and artists friends. Historically artists revitalize communities.  Come to Selma, offer your gifts, and see what She can offer you.

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Magnolia and Moonshine feature....

We are thrilled to included in this Alabama publication!  Get your copy.... Magnolia and Moonshine

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