Photos, Surrealism & Edgy Art at KACC in September
In September the Kerr Arts & Cultural Center will feature three eye-pleasing exhibits of work created by the diverse and always innovative arts community of the Texas Hill Country.
In the Avery Gallery, running from August 27th through October 1st, the works submitted by members to the popular annual Hill Country Camera Club Photography Competition will be on display. Members of the HCCC produce their work using cameras of all types from all eras, and the results are always interesting and surprising.
From August 27th through September 20th, a show in the Cornels Gallery entitled “Hill Country Surrealism” will showcase the paintings of widely recognized illustrator Steve Pietzsch. These works open a new perspective on otherwise familiar Hill Country themes and illustrate what happens when one takes a slightly different look at the world around us.
In the Derby Gallery four Hill Country artists who call themselves “Between The Lines” – Judy Surles, Marsha Mefferd, Jeanne Heise and Debby Jascur – will exhibit some of their latest work in a show entitled “Between The Lines – At The Edge Again”.
The opening reception for all three events, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Saturday, August 29th from 1-3 pm, accompanied by beverages and refreshments. Many of the artists featured in this month’s exhibits will attend the opening reception, and they are always happy to meet admirers of their work.
‘Best of Show’ award in our 4th Annual Outside Judged Competition in May 2015. The artist’s name is Andy Graham.
GeoHills by Steve Pietzsch
Hill Country Surrealism
“Between The Lines – At The Edge Again”
Aswarm 24×30 acrylic by Judy Surles