Turner House salon starts March 6 with contemporary Texas artists

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“Anna, Texas” by Jon Flaming

The Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts spring salon series returns Thursday, March 6. The first speaker is Houston gallery owner William Reaves.

Reaves “will discuss the progressive evolution of Texas art from the mid-20th Century to today,” according to a media release.

Texas regionalists will be a topic of discussion, including Randy Bacon from Albany, Mary Baxter from Marfa, Margie Crisp from Elgin, Keith Davis from Austin, Jon Flaming from Richardson, Pat Gabriel from Fort Worth, Robert Harrison from San Antonio, Lee Jamison from Huntsville, Rob Kendrick from Austin, Laura Lewis from Mason, William Montgomery from Elgin, Noe Perez from Corpus Christi, Jeri Salter from Round Rock, Debbie Stevens from Cypress, Bob Suth-Wade from Dublin and William Young from Palestine.

Their work will be on display and for sale at Turner House March 6-12 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tickets to the March 6 salon cost $15 for Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts members and $20 otherwise.

By |2014-02-21T09:57:32-05:00February 21st, 2014|Art, Events, News, Nonprofits and Volunteers|Comments Off on Turner House salon starts March 6 with contemporary Texas artists

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