Friday, September 12, 2014

Hill Country Art Festival in Comfort and Texas Hill County Invitational in Boerne

Sept. 20 is the Comfort Hill Country Art Festival.  Comfort is becoming a new art destination!  San Antonio Magazine this month says "Hill Country Road Trips" and Comfort is one of the beautiful places to visit.  Saturday the 20th is the perfect time to take a road trip and see beautiful art at different locations.   I will be located at 625 High St., Scott and Co Salon.  I will be showing originals as well as lots of cards and prints.  Hope to see you!
Save the date also for the Texas Hill Country Invitation which is one of two of the biggest art shows in Boerne.  It will be located at the Cana Ballroom right behind St Peters Catholic Church.  The dates for that one are Oct. 17-19.  I hope to see you at one or both of these great shows!

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Old Town Helotes Art Show Aug. 16-17

I hope you can come to the Old Town Helotes Fine Art Show August 16 from noon-8pm, or August 17 from noon-5pm.  It's always a great show with wine tasting, great art and food.  It's located in a beautiful air conditioned setting at the Gardens of Old Town, 15060 Antonio Dr. , 78023.
Below are a few of my newest  paintings.

King of the Farmyard- 16 b6 20 acrylic

Save the Sea Turtle, 11 by 14 pastel

A Storms a Comin" -9 by 12 pastel

Hill Country Apples, 11 by 14 pastel

Spanish Door on the Camino-11 by 14 pastel

Farmyard Goat- 11 by 14 pastel
Bloomin" Agave- 16 by 20 pastel

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Starving Artist Show/San Antonio/ April 5 and 6

I hope you all can join me at the Starving Artist Show next weekend at 418 Villita St. ! It's a fun show with lots of artists.  I will be showing next to my son, Hunter,  and sharing a PINK tent by the fountain in Maverick Plaza.  Hunter Wagner does awesome woodworking.  Check out,  and mine is

 The show starts at 10 and goes until 6  both days.
No admission fee!

The Starving Artist Show has been held since 1963 to give local  unknown artists a chance to show their work and to raise funds to further the ministry of the Little Church among the less fortunate of the city. Part of our sales goes to  the church.

Here are a few of my recent Farmyard  paintings, and a few others.

This is an acrylic rainbow trout painted in three 20 by 20 canvases.  It would look great above a sofa for the fishermen out there.