Visions of Spring Members show April 1-29, reception April 11th

Member Show: Visions of Spring

We still want to fill the walls

Next Member Show
Visions of Spring
Drop Off in the Afternoons
March 27th – 29th

Visions of Spring Members show April 1-29, reception April 11th
Visions of Spring Members show April 1-29,  

Guest Show Feb 1, 2020

Pickup Guest Show in the Afternoons

March 27-29

Phil Shroyer

 

Art on 12 Presents: Inter.Sections, with Nathan Brown! Sunday, January 19, 3-5 pm!

Inter.Sections, with Nathan Brown! Sunday, January 19, 3-5 pm!

Art on 12 Presents: Inter.Sections, with Nathan Brown!
Sunday, January 19, 3-5 pm!

Come see this special performance before Nathan leaves on his west coast tour!

Nathan is an author, songwriter, and award-winning poet living in Wimberley, Texas. During this special event at Art on 12, Nathan will be performing songs from his album of all-original songs, “The Streets of San Miguel”, released this last year. He will also be reading selections from his many published books of poetry, together with poems written about selected pieces of art from our gallery.

And, as an added treat, Nathan will read from his current book “Just Another Honeymoon in France: A Vagabond at Large.”

Nathan is a crowd favorite and delights with his poems about everyday life and with his touching songs written in beautiful San Miguel de Allende!

Come enjoy some refreshments, kick back and enjoy the performance! Hope to see you there!

Art on 12 Presents: Inter.Sections, with Nathan Brown! Sunday, January 19, 3-5 pm!

Gordon Fowler Watercolor

Gordon Fowler Watercolor Workshop

WATERCOLOR SKETCH WORKSHOP (loosen up)

We will paint small watercolor sketches to be developed into larger paintings later or framed as small, finished paintings. We’ll work on design (composition), drawing, values. edges and color while painting from life or photographs. If possible, we will work outside.  But bring some reference photos for inside painting.

I’ll discuss painting while traveling, keeping small journals and making hand-painted postcards. People love to get these little works. Small paintings make great gifts and they sell well.

December 9-10
Starts 9:00 am
$270. Lunch included
Class Size is Limited. Email dk.elliott@live.com for reservation information.

Or Contact Deborah Elliott
Phone or Text:
512-461-3399

Download >>List of Materials to Bring

JOURNEYS A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step… Lao Tzu We hope you'll join us for the latest art challenge. Our member show theme for January is ‘Journeys’ Use your vivid imagination We look forward to seeing what you bring! Submit up to 4 pieces. Drop-off, January 2nd Pick-up, January 29th Opening Reception, January 11, 4:00 - 7:00 pm

Journeys… the Next Members’ Show

JOURNEYS A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step… Lao Tzu We hope you'll join us for the latest art challenge. Our member show theme for January is ‘Journeys’ Use your vivid imagination We look forward to seeing what you bring! Submit up to 4 pieces. Drop-off, January 2nd Pick-up, January 29th Opening Reception, January 11, 4:00 - 7:00 pm

JOURNEYS

 A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step… Lao Tzu

We hope you’ll join us for the latest art challenge. Our member show theme for January is ‘Journeys’ Use your vivid imagination We look forward to seeing what you bring! 

Submit up to 4 pieces. 

Drop-off, January 2nd

Pick-up, January 29th 

Opening Reception, January 11, 4:00 – 7:00 pm

Gordon Fowler Watercolor

Gordon Fowler

Gordon Fowler 

Gordon Fowler is a former high school quarterback and a lapsed rock-and-roll musician. As a Marine combat correspondent in Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. (The character named “Cowboy” in Stanley Kubrick’s Vietnam War movie, “Full Metal Jacket,” is based on Fowler.) He built his father’s small business-Wick Fowler’s Two-Alarm chili-into a multi-million-dollar national company. He opened La Zona Rosa, the popular Austin restaurant and nightclub made semi-famous in 1995 by the #1 country hit song ‘Amy’s Back in Austin”. He’s married to the popular rhythm-and-blues musician and recording artist Marcia Ball. And though it all, for more than three decades, Gordon Fowler has been a painter. 

Galleries and Museums Exhibited
Santa Fe/ Kennebunkport/throughout Texas
Awards: West Texas Watercolor Society, Kentucky Watercolor Society, Louisiana Watercolor Society, Waterloo Watercolor Group 

Commissions:
Dillard’s Department Stores and the Austin Museum of Art Commemorative watercolor to mark the Austin Museum of Art fundraiser/mall opening. 

Montgomery Museum of Fine Art “Stonehouse Farm” oil painting for a museum fundraiser John Sharp “Placedo Hall, circa 1958” 

Today, Gordon Fowler teaches painting at the Austin Museum of Art and paints in the Southwestern U.S., in Mexico and in Europe. 

Artist Comments:
Sometimes I feel I should price my work by the mile because in making it I’ve driven literally thousands of miles crisscrossing Texas, looking for the perfect set-up, passing dozens of good spots along the way.
You don’t have to look hard to find places of great beauty here in Texas, and I get to go looking more than anyone deserves. The resulting paintings are sort of a back roads travelogue on canvas. 

Gordon Fowler Watercolor

Gordon Fowler

Gordon Fowler 

Gordon Fowler is a former high school quarterback and a lapsed rock-and-roll musician. As a Marine combat correspondent in Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. (The character named “Cowboy” in Stanley Kubrick’s Vietnam War movie, “Full Metal Jacket,” is based on Fowler.) He built his father’s small business-Wick Fowler’s Two-Alarm chili-into a multi-million-dollar national company. He opened La Zona Rosa, the popular Austin restaurant and nightclub made semi-famous in 1995 by the #1 country hit song ‘Amy’s Back in Austin”. He’s married to the popular rhythm-and-blues musician and recording artist Marcia Ball. And though it all, for more than three decades, Gordon Fowler has been a painter. 

Galleries and Museums Exhibited
Santa Fe/ Kennebunkport/throughout Texas
Awards: West Texas Watercolor Society, Kentucky Watercolor Society, Louisiana Watercolor Society, Waterloo Watercolor Group 

Commissions:
Dillard’s Department Stores and the Austin Museum of Art Commemorative watercolor to mark the Austin Museum of Art fundraiser/mall opening. 

Montgomery Museum of Fine Art “Stonehouse Farm” oil painting for a museum fundraiser John Sharp “Placedo Hall, circa 1958” 

Today, Gordon Fowler teaches painting at the Austin Museum of Art and paints in the Southwestern U.S., in Mexico and in Europe. 

Artist Comments:
Sometimes I feel I should price my work by the mile because in making it I’ve driven literally thousands of miles crisscrossing Texas, looking for the perfect set-up, passing dozens of good spots along the way.
You don’t have to look hard to find places of great beauty here in Texas, and I get to go looking more than anyone deserves. The resulting paintings are sort of a back roads travelogue on canvas. 

Black Friday Celebration @arton12

Art on 12’s 5th Anniversary Celebration!

Art on 12 Gallery and Studios is happy to announce the celebration of our 5th anniversary. We look forward to another great year of representing the largest number of fine artists in Wimberley, Texas and the surrounding Hill Country. Save the date to stop by the gallery, and raise a celebratory toast with the artists on Friday, November 29th, from 3:00 till 6:00. We will also be kicking off a Jewelry Show… Good time to do some Christmas Shopping!

Kit Holmes to perform on Sunday, December 1st, from 3 till 5

Kit Holmes will perform on Sunday, December 1st, from 3 till 5

I had an impromptu chance to book Kit Holmes to perform on Sunday, December 1st, from 3 till 5
I had an impromptu chance to book Kit Holmes to perform on Sunday, December 1st, from 3 till 5 at Art on 12  #arton12gallery
Guest Artists at Art on 12"

Call for Artists to Exhibit at Art on 12

Guest Artists at Art on 12"

You are invited to participate!
Call for Artists to Exhibit at Art on 12

Submission for the Exhibition

  • –  Submission: Wednesday, November 6, 10 am to 5 pm, on a first-come first-served basis. Although, you may fill out the form and mail it along with a check to the address above to hold a space.
    *** Make check payable to: Art on 12.
  • –  Reception: Saturday, November 9, 2019, from 4 pm to 7 pm.
  • –  Additional forms are available on the website: arton12.com or at Art on 12 Gallery.
  • –  Pick up unsold artwork: Tuesday, December 31, 2019
  • –  Gallery Fee $40 (up to 3 pieces).
  • –  Art on 12 retains 30% commissions on sales.
  • –  Artists with sales will be paid on the 10th of the following month.Guidelines
  • –  Each Guest Artist may submit one to three pieces. Name and title must be on the back of each piece.
  • –  Maximum size on the outside edge (h”+ w”) – the total of 3 pieces not to exceed 130 inches.
  • –  Must be original works by the artist.
  • –  All artwork must be for sale.
  • –  Unless sold, all entries to remain up during the entire show.
  • –  Artwork must be properly presented and ready for hanging. Each piece must be properly framed and wired for hanging, no plastic frames or sawtooth hangers.
  • –  3D work – not to exceed 50 lbs.
  • –  Removable label must be on the front identifying artist and entry numberLiabilityArt on 12 will exercise due care in handling works submitted. Art on 12 is NOT responsible for any loss or damage to any work of art.

    Publicity

    Participation in this show authorizes Art on 12 to photograph artworks for promotional purposes on Art on 12 website and social media.

Show guidelines and entry form available here.
Your Art on 12 Registration & Guidelines Nov-Dec 2019
For more information email info@arton12.com

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