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Photos by Christy Porter
Sharing their artwork and visiting with attendees were two of the “Winter Work” artists, Connie Wallace (top right) with her acrylic paintings and Margaret Moll (lower left) with her jewelry.

By Gary Duncan

Our Opening Reception on Sunday, March 15 was not overly well attended but very understandable due to continued wet, cool, damp weather - and the health cautions that loom over us.
However, we had a very festive and upbeat group of artists and supporters of the Texas County Museum of Art & History in attendance. The “Winters Work” exhibit will continue to be displayed until April 14, so you have plenty of time to come see it. This exhibit contains some really awesome works of art by our local artists.
We also had some unique brainstorming sessions that have birthed many creative “ideas” for this year’s events. Stay tuned as we iron out the details. We received several new sign-ups for Art Classes. Stop by and see which ones might be of interest to you.
Thank you everyone who brought in desserts to share…we definitely “got our brownies” on and the coffee was good on a cool day.
One thought – with health concerns, travel restrictions and advisories – you might think about traveling the world without leaving Texas County. At the Museum we have Art from All over the World, i.e.: Picasso, Fredrick Remington, Charles Russell and many more….
Photos by Christy Porter

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