We hope you'll join us on August 31, for our next themed member show. Enter as many as 4 pieces. We'll be looking for your interpretation of the theme …Reach for the Sky!

Reach for the Sky!

Reach for the Sky!

Reach for the Sky Member Show
Reach for the Sky Member Show

 

We hope you’ll join us on August 31, for our next themed member show. Enter as many as 4 pieces. We’ll be looking for your interpretation of the theme …Reach for the Sky!

 

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The Next Guest Artist Show – July/August

Guest Artists are invited to enter the non-juried Show.  First come, First Serve.  Make your reservations now.

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July 3 – August 29 , 2021

– Submission: Thursday, July 1, 11 am to 5 pm,
– Reception: Saturday, July 10, 4 pm to 7 pm.
– Pickup unsold artwork: Monday, August 30, 11am to 5:30 pm

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New Hours for Art on 12

New Hours: Open Daily 11:00 am to 5:30 pm Friday & Saturday till 6pm Contact us info@arton12.com

New Hours: Open Daily  11:00 am to 5:30 pm
Friday & Saturday till 6pm
Contact us
info@arton12.com
Ronnie Weeks Assemblage artist

Ronnie Weeks

Ronnie Weeks is best known for his very creative Assemblage Art.  He repurposes artifacts and articles that might wind up in the trash, but under his skillful eye, beauty abounds with intricate and captivating themes.

Travis Keese

Travis Keese

Travis Keese is a nationally known artist whose work hangs in the Library of Congress, the Houston Museum of Natural History, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and the Burke Baker Planetarium. His work is in galleries in Salado, Midland, Fredricksburg, and many other galleries, and private collections in Colorado, Texas, and Mexico. Travis is in our Collection Room. Come in and enjoy his pieces.

Travis Keese

Travis G. Keese Now in the Gallery

Travis Keese is a nationally known artist whose work hangs in the Library of Congress, the Houston Museum of Natural History, the Houston Museum of Natural Science,  and the Burke Baker Planetarium. His work is in galleries in Salado, Midland, Fredricksburg, and many other galleries, and private collections in Colorado, Texas, and Mexico. Travis is in our Collection Room.  Come in and enjoy his pieces.

Voted Best Gallery in Wimberley 2020

Art on 12 in the Texas Monthly Magazine

Texas Monthly Mag highlights Art on 12
Texas Monthly Mag highlights Art on 12
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. 

We Created A Video Channel!

We are now posting video clips on YouTube:
https://arton12.com/videos-from-events/

Our first even in Inter.Sections: Word, Art, & Song, was a delightful and funny event with poetry by Nathan Brown, Music by Dirje Childs, Art by 50+ Artists.

Nathan told stories and read poems that explored the world of teenage daughters, Oh My!, and the perspectives from the different stages of life. He sang with his guitar and Dirje Child played both solo and accompaniment on her cello. Parts were laugh-out-loud and others were songs of serious prayers.

We shot a sample of 60-second clips for our Instagram channel and a 5-minute clip for our Youtube video channel.

Nathan is a nationally-touring singer/songwriter and former Oklahoma Poet Laureate.

Joining Nathan will be Dirje Childs, a beloved and classically-trained cellist.

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