Turner House to show Texas contemporary artists Feb. 17-22

Bacon, Tuscola Canyon
“Between Lamesa and Seminole #11” by Randy Bacon

The Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts brings the work of 15 contemporary Texas artists to Turner House Feb. 17-22. The show is presented by Bill Reaves Gallery of Houston.

A gallery reception with Reaves and some of the artists in attendance is from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20. A gallery talk is planned at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21.

William Reaves gallery director Sarah Foltz presents “Ties that Bind: Contemporary Texas Painting,” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19, as the first of the society’s spring salon series. She will trace the common elements of Texas painting from the late 20th century through the present.

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Tickets for that talk cost $20 and will be available at the door.

The artist whose work will be on display are Randy Bacon of Albany, Mary Baxter of Marfa, David Caton of Utopia, Margie Crisp  of Elgin, Keith Davis of Austin, Charles Ford of Houston, Pat Gabriel of Fort Worth, Billy Hassell of Fort Worth, Lee Jamison of Huntsville, Rob Kendrick of Austin, Laura Lewis of Mason, William Montgomery of Elgin, Noe Perez of Corpus Christi, Jeri Salter of Round Rock and Debbie Stevens of Cypress.

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