Fulfilling an artistic dream of her youth, Kathy Sauer's paintings represent not only the journey she has taken, but the appreciation and exploration of this new stage of life.
Please Join Us for the Artist Reception At our Ross Gallery
Saturday, March 23rd
5pm - 7pm
Admission is free and open to the public.
A portion of the proceeds supports the Arts For Rural Texas.
Kathy's passion for art began at an early age. She majored in Fine Arts at the University of Houston, then transferred to Texas State University and majored in Art Education. Kathy taught eighth grade art in Houston for twenty years, then later taught fourth grade art in Wimberley for seventeen years. In 2014 Kathy Sauer and her husband retired and moved to Fayetteville, Texas.
"I really enjoy living in this artsy small town and painting with my friends. " - Kathy Sauer
For the first time, two Fayette County organizations have joined forces to create one art filled weekend.
ARTWALK, a project of Arts for Rural Texas, is located on the historical town square in Fayetteville, and the Round Top Arts Festival is held inside the event barns at The Compound located at 2550 S. State Highway 237 in Round Top. These two juried shows are just a few miles apart and feature 100+ artists, overall. The collaboration
has blended two, historically fine shows into one big art filled weekend, creating the opportunity for visitors from further afield to stay in Fayette County over the weekend, taking advantage of not only the art, but all that is offered throughout the countryside from quaint and sophisticated B&Bs to fine art galleries, fine and countrified dining options and top notch music, performed in any number of venues from Round Top and Fayetteville to La Grange.
ARTWALK on Fayetteville’s historic town square and THE ROUND TOP ARTS FESTIVAL at The Compound With over 100 artists participating in both juried shows.
Friday May 3 Ticketed Preview at The Compound 5-8 pm Both Shows:
*Under tents on Fayetteville’s historic Town Square *In the big barns of The Compound located at 2550 S. State Highway 237 2 mi. South of Round Top
ARTWALK: Free-will donations at the Information booths
Round Top Arts Festival: $10 Adults, children under 12 free.
Both shows benefit the projects and programs for children by Arts for Rural Texas.