84 artists from Texas and around the country will be representing the bigger-than-before this year. From paintings to jewelry, pottery to woodwork, glassware, sculpture and photography, the artists include an array of styles from traditional to contemporary to folk to whimsical.
The weekend will be filled with activities for the family including children’s art activities; artist demonstrations; music, dance, and theatrical performances from local arts groups. Come and watch a potter’s wheel do its magic, or have a henna tattoo on your arm. Listen to a presentation on art and design or dance to the music by different bands. All activities are free!
Painting by Lee Reams
Check out some of our local artists in the festival.
Helen Bailey works in colored pencil, and draws what she loves – horses.
Jan Byron is a mixed media artist, and her creations are about her exploration of human nature in all its searching and celebration.
Joan Carroll is a fine art photographer specializing in travel images from Texas, around the US, and abroad.
Nan Grey works with clay, at times incorporates wood and metal, to create functional objects that people can touch and use in their everyday life.
Tom Jordan has developed a unique style with oil on canvas by combining his passion for figures, color and sports.
Lee Reams paints with oils on capturing everyday life in an impressionistic style.