The holiday season always seems to be the perfect time to showcase the recent works of our magnificent stable of contemporary Texas artists. What better time to present patrons with a fabulous new selection of Texas paintings, each available to be lovingly acquired and given as that special memento or esteemed gift of the season? What better time, also, to celebrate the season together to acknowledge our appreciation of our artists and patrons for their continuing support and contributions to our gallery?
A Holiday Show is filled with the best examples of Contemporary Texas Regionalism! The exhibition includes works by all 17 members of the gallery’s CTR group, offering a grand revue of the best narrative art being produced in the state today. Participating artists include Randy Bacon (Albany), Mary Baxter (Marfa), David Caton (Utopia), Margie Crisp (Elgin), Keith Davis (Austin), Fidencio Duran (Austin), Pat Gabriel (Fort Worth), Billy Hassell (Fort Worth), Lee Jamison (Huntsville), Robb Kendrick (Austin), Laura Lewis (Mason), Robert McCoy (San Antonio), William Montgomery (Elgin), Noe Perez (Corpus Christi), Jeri Salter (Round Rock), Debbie Stevens (Cypress), William Young (Palestine).
All of these well-established, mid-career artists are distinguished in their own right. All are imminently collectable; their works found in numerous public and private collections in Texas and throughout the nation. All in all, therefore, the exhibition certainly makes for the best holiday art “fare” in town, with the gallery all aglow with beautiful, attainable works certain to warm the heart and inspire avid art shoppers to take one or two home as special decorations for a special time of year!
Contemporary Texas Regionalism: A Holiday Show will be on view December 2-23, 2016 at William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art with an opening reception Saturday, December 3rd from 6-8:30pm. Most of the artists will be in attendance. Exhibition Dates and Special Events at Reaves | FoltzOn view December 2-23, 2016 - Opening Reception: Saturday, December 3rd, 6-8:30pm