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Audubon's Beasts

The naturalist John James Audubon (1785-1851) is best known for his effort to illustrate and catalog the breadth of America’s…

Magnetic Art

Clearly I am not the only one who yearns to bring a bit of Spain back to Texas. For the…

Peruvian Gold: Ancient Treasures Unearthed

The golden treasures of Peru’s pre-Inca heritage take center stage at the Irving Arts Center through December.

Made in Texas: Art, Life & Culture 1845-1900

At the Beeville Art Museum, Made in Texas: Art, Life & Culture 1845-1900 transports visitors to 19th-Century Texas with a…

Viva Luis!

The eyes of five-year-old Luis Jiménez filled with wonder the day in 1945 he stood before the dramatic works of…

Inaugural EnPleinAirTEXAS

Taking its name from the French expression for painting “in the open air,” the inaugural EnPleinAirTEXAS in San Angelo (Oct.…

The Bastrop Aesthetic

Instead of pigeon-holing Bastrop as a place to stop for a piece of pie and a poke around the shops,…

In the Creative Moment

The artist, inventor, architect, and teacher Buck Winn first beheld the hills of Wimberley in the late 1930s. Enchanted by…

An Interwoven Legacy

Most Texans with deep roots in the state treasure the contributions their ancestors made to its unique history. But there…

"In the Company of Cats and Dogs" at the Blanton

An aloof cat contemplates the purpose of art in society; dripping-wet otterhounds partake in a moment of respite from their…

Navajo Weaving: Tradition & Trade

In Orange, the Stark Museum of Art explores the history of Navajo textiles in Navajo Weaving: Tradition & Trade.

Philip John Evett: An Extraordinary Artist

The Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Dallas is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year with a commemorative exhibition.
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