KACC To Offer Exciting May/June Diversity

Debbie Minns, KACC Executive Director, is excited about this year’s Southwest Gourd Fine Art Show. “This will be the biggest gourd art show we’ve ever hosted with around 200 pieces.” Minns explains, “It’s a nationally juried show and so we have carefully selected artists coming from Arizona, California, Alabama, Kansas, Illinois, Colorado, Montana and, of course Texas. There is so much variety in what these artists create – there’s literally something that will fit with every kind of home or office décor.”

This year’s Gourd Fine Art Show will run from May 22nd through June 22nd.

Golden coil by Reggie Eakin

 

 

 

 

Golden Coil by Reggie Eakin

 

 

 

 

 

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Guardians Past 2

 

 

 

 

 

Also running from May 22nd through June 22nd, KACC will host three additional shows.

In the Cornels Gallery, Kerrville Fiber Artists will display a wide variety of styles and techniques in fabric and fiber.

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Fibers

 

 

 

 

 

In the Derby Gallery, Kerrville artist Debbie Minns will showcase her painting and pastel work in a show entitled “It’s a Hill Country Thing”.

Spring Mix 2 by Debbie Minns

 

 

Spring Mix 2 by Debbie Minns (Pastel)

 

 

 

 

 

And in the Main Street Gallery the Visions 10 group will showcase their members’ most recent work.

A free public reception and awards ceremony for the Gourd Show, as well as for the Fiber Arts, Hill Country Thing, and Visions 10 shows, will be held on Saturday, May 24th from 1-3. Many of the artists will be there to meet visitors and explain how their works were created.

Gift Shop & Reception

 

 

 

KACC Gift Shop at a Reception

Art Is Blooming In May At KACC

“May is a favorite month for many people in the Hill Country,” smiles KACC Executive Director Debbie Minns. “We feel that we’ve put together an event schedule that compliments the spirit of May in Texas.”

From May 1st to May 18th KACC will host four diverse events. In the Avery Gallery the Mason, Texas-based Fine Arts Association of the Hill Country’s show “Stepping Out” will feature their members’ finest current work including paintings, mixed media, jewelry, ceramics, and more.

Love Seduction by Johnnie R. Moren
“Love Seduction” by Johnnie R. Moreno
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During this same period an imaginative show in the Niche Gallery entitled “Delicious” will feature the display and sale of food-inspired artwork by local artists.

 

“The Heart Exposed” by Sandra Kattawar 

 

 

 

 

In the Cornels Gallery “So-Real”, a show by Schreiner students Adam Boyd and Nick Newland, will debut their HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography. This photographic process combined with printing on aluminum gives their art a surreal, and larger than life quality that you won’t want to miss.

 

“Gooney Bird”  by Adam Boyd

 

 

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“Pleasure Pier” by Nick Newland

 

 

In the Derby Gallery artists Sharon Morris, Kristi Barber and Jerica Glick will be showing their current work using a technique called the ZentangleTM Method.

 

 

“Her Majesty”  by Sharon Morris