Featuring artwork by Mary Lou Marks and Jenny Good
to peruse and buy lots of great gifts.
Two artists present a uniquely fanciful vision of life and nature. Marks’ sculptural works are rich and lush, covered with antique fabrics and findings. Good’s mixed media images are filled with patterns from antique papers and artistic media that she has combined to create something special.
Located at 114 N. Live Oak Street,
Fayetteville, TX 78940.
Opens Janaury 9th, 2021 4 PM - 7 PM
and will be open every Tuesdays – Saturdays 10 AM – 4 PM,
Art After School cultivates creativity throughout schools in rural Texas. Our classes are designed to introduce children to the arts and encourage them to experiment and build confidence through creativity.
Class registration is open on several campuses. Some campuses will open later in the year. Check out the full schedule by clicking the link below.
Call today! 979-378-2113
As reported on the front page of the October 30th edition of the Fayette County Record, the La Grange City Council has approved Arts for Rural Texas to begin a city beautification project involving the painting of local fire hydrants.
The program will allow local businesses to sponsor fire hydrants near their locations, as well as take part in the concept and design for their selected hydrant. Local artists, ranging from established professionals to school-aged children and youth organizations, will be selected to do the paintings.
ARTS' vision for this endeavor is to strengthen community pride and collaboration through the arts and creativity. ARTS will begin the program in the first weeks of January 2021.
Contact ARTS to learn more about this and other community projects, and to find out how you or your group can get involved.