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Friday, June 9, 6-9 pm

Saturday, June 10, 6-9 pm

Artist Teresa Krieger will be showing her newest pieces inspired by the Southwest. Mixed media creations utilizing Texas-inspired materials such as rope, fossils, and semi-precious stones will be displayed for the first time. Artworks with an emphasis on the angular form and a new, bold, color palette will provide musings for artistic dialogue.

Updated: May 30

Friday, June 16, 4-9 pm

Saturday, June 17, 4-9 pm

Sunday, June 18, 2-8 pm

Laurie Lynn Lindemeier paints her passions wherever she goes in bold, detailed watercolors and sketches to connect with and remember the people and the place. Her renderings include Minnesota farm scenes from her childhood, musicians in Texas bars, Moulin Rouge in Paris, Cleopatria's Needle in London, Galway Harbour in Ireland, monasteries in Greece, the Grand Canyon, lilies, hummingbirds, pool halls, hollyhocks, and anything else that catches her artist's eye. She'll serenade you with operatic arias and a bit of Patsy Cline while you sip wine, consume her baked goods, and view her artwork.

Friday, June 23, 6-10 pm

Saturday, June 24, 2-9 pm

Sunday, June 25, 12-6 pm

Kathleen Mekailek’s inspiration comes from the small coastal town in Texas where she lives, works, and finds beauty in the smallest of things. Through her sculptures, she merges nature with man-made, turning what is small into something larger, and offering to others the opportunity to experience these treasures as she does. Her use of fire to bring out the copper patinas further enhances the artwork and its setting in natural materials.

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