Kerr Arts & Cultural Center eases the heat of Summer with three exhibits that sizzle visually in KACC’s air-conditioned galleries. All August shows will run from July 28th through August 28th.
Artists from The Vibe Tribe are presenting a show inspired by the idea of “Messages from the Creative Mind”. This is an invitational show that has been curated by members of The Vibe Tribe, so visitors should expect some interesting surprises. Featured artists include Michelle Peterson, Wiley Fudge, Ben Holloway, Tish Miller, and Aurora Joleen Franklin.
Also featured in August, the KACC annual juried show is entitled “Images” and will offer the best of the work currently being done by KACC’s community-wide group of talented artists. The show is juried by Texas artist Lisa Baer, owner of Estelle Stair gallery in Rockport. Winners in all categories will be announced at the July 30th reception.
In an innovative Kerr County Historical Commission exhibit opening July 28, entitled KERR COUNTY, TEXAS, 1856-2016, “THE EARLY YEARS”, KACC gallery visitors can enjoy rarely-seen items from the Society’s collection in celebration of 160 years of Kerr County History. KCHC chair Julie Mosty Leonard notes that “Our exhibit opening July 28 is the first of several shows we hope to have so residents and KACC visitors can get a fuller picture of our county’s rich past.”
The reception for all KACC August shows will be quite a fiesta, with Latin music, as well as KACC’s always tasty food and beverages, and will take place from 2-4 on Saturday afternoon, July 30th at Kerr Arts & Cultural Center. The public is cordially invited.
KACC serves the Texas Hill Country year-round with innovative art exhibits, hands-on workshops and community-wide art events. Our building and facilities are fully accessible.
“Messages from the Creative Mind”
by The Vibe Tribe Artists:
Kerr County, Texas, 1856 – 2016, “The Early Years”
KCHC Historical Figures
“Images” Annual Juried Show for KACC Members
Best of Show “Random Thoughts” by Kim Paxson
1st place in Sculpture “Difficult Journey by Carol Tate
1st place in Photography “After the Bloom” by Cynthia Hurayt
1st place in Painting on Paper “Ferry Dolphins” by Marsha Reeves”
1st place in Painting on Canvas “Mexican Hat Vendor” by Mary Helen Johnson
1st place in Monoprint “Woods VIII” by David McCormick
1st place in Mixed Media “Collective Unconscious” by Dotti Brundrett