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San Angelo, Feb. 16–Apr. 9, 2017
It’s fitting that "Of Texas Rivers and Texas Art" premieres at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, on the bank of the Concho River. The exhibition (*February 16-April 9*) features depictions of Texas river landscapes by 20 contemporary Texas artists, such as painters David Caton and Mary Baxter. Curators Andrew Sansom, director of the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment http://www.meadowscenter.txstate.edu/ at Texas State University, and William E. Reaves, of Reaves | Foltz Fine Art http://www.reavesart.com/ in Houston, developed the exhibit to explore riverine themes in Texas art and emphasize the importance of water conservation. The exhibition next travels to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center http://www.wildflower.org/ in Austin and the Witte Museum http://www.wittemuseum.org/ in San Antonio.
Photo: Courtesy Reaves | Foltz Fine Art, by Mary Baxter, "Last Light Near Fresno Canyon", 2014, oil on polyfiber, 42x32 inches.
Also this month:
* *Laredo:* Laredo Birding Festival http://www.laredobirdingfestival.org/ (Feb. 8–11) * *Ennis:* Ennis Czech Music Festival http://www.ennisczechmusicfestival.com/ (Feb. 11) * *Galveston:* Mardi Gras! Galveston http://www.mardigrasgalveston.com/ (Feb. 17–28) * *Stonewall:* Smokehouse Secrets http://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/lyndon-b-johnson(Feb. 18) * *Alpine:* Texas Cowboy Poetry Gathering http://www.texascowboypoetry.com/ (Feb. 24–25) * *Nacogdoches:* Nacogdoches Film Festival http://www.nacogdochesfilmfestival.org/ (Feb. 24–26)
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