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May 23, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 24, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 25, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 26, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 27, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 28, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 29, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 30, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]

 

May 31, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

NUANCES

500 Main Street
Beaumont, Texas 77701
 
SANDY WALKER
NUANCES
April 18 – June 23, 2019
Walker is an artist directed by her own sense of color, form, and light inspired by the natural world. Although she studied drawing at the University of Houston under Beaumont native John Alexander during her college years, Walker dedicated her career to social work and retired after 45 years as a curriculum developer and director of community services programs. She has always incorporated drawing into her daily routine, sketching interiors and design elements that come alive in her newest paintings. She also spends time in Sanderson, Texas, where she is constantly inspired by the landscape and sky colorations that call so many artists to the west Texas region. Her work has been exhibited at the Beaumont Finder’s Fayre, and is included in private collections throughout Texas.
[from AMST website] 

The Texas Aesthetic: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art

2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
 
HOUSTON, TEXAS: THE TEXAS AESTHETIC REDEFINES "TEXAS ART" IN ITS 13TH YEAR AT FOLTZ FINE ART (FORMERLY REAVES | FOLTZ FINE ART) IN RIVER OAKS
May 4 – June 29, 2019.
As Houston anticipates summer, the recently rebranded Foltz Fine Art prepares for their upcoming show, the thirteenth installation of ​The Texas Aesthetic​: Thirty Contemporary Artists Redefining Texas Art, featuring an eclectic range of mediums and styles to create a cross-section of art made in Texas today. “Life in Texas looks nothing like it did 50 years ago,” says Sarah Foltz, the gallery’s President and newly minted sole owner, about the urbanization of Texas cities. “The rural roots of our past often get overlooked, yet many artists seek refuge in those places. They remind us that not too far from our cities, we can find the essence of what makes Texas a unique place.” The show celebrates the communion of classic visions of Texas with modern sensibility, nodding to Early Texas art and artists while paving the path for new local perspectives. 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 6-8pm
[from FFA email]