Dougherty Arts Center / Julia Butridge Gallery

Austin, TX

512-974-4000

http://www.austintexas.gov/doughertygallery



 

Real Art for Real People: Texas Society of Sculptors Juried Art Exhibition 2000

 

The Texas Society of Sculptors proudly announces its juried membership exhibition for 2000: "Real Art for Real People" at the Dougherty Arts Center's Julia Butridge Gallery. This show will feature a variety of original new sculpture from artists around the state of Texas. (left: Gallery Installation shot - Real Art for Real People show: 2000 Texas Society of Sculptors juried art exhibition)

The show opened on March 4, 2000 and be on view through March 29, 2000. The artists were selected by juror Dan Hawkins.


Images from left to right: Warrior and Daikini by Theresa Bayer, Terra Cotta; World Hunger by Billie Evans, Bronze; Mask: Ascention by Rose Van Vranken, Bronze; Pompeii Woman by Marian Waldrip, Terra Cotta; Keeper of Dreams by Kathleen Wilson, Bronze


For more information visit the Texas Society of Sculptors web page.

Please click on thumbnail images bordered by a red line to see enlargements.

Dougherty Arts Center / Julia Butridge Gallery is located at 1110 Barton Springs Road, Austin Texas.

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