If you love dynamic art featuring talented Austin and Hill Country artists, the 19in Cypress Mill is the place to be in March. The exhibition showcases exquisite artwork on a Hill Country ranch dating back to the late 1800’s. More than 30 artists will be featured weekends from 11 am to 6 pm, March 19-20 and March 26-27. During the weekdays, March 21-25, the gallery will be open from 10 am to 4 pm. Each day you can enjoy 400 or more paintings, clay works, and jewelry.
The artists’ styles are varied – from representational to abstract and everything in between. Vibrant oils, watercolors, pastels, and mixed media, depicting landscapes, flowers, portraits, and wildlife are shown in the family home built in the 1890’s and the barn turned gallery. Jewelry artists display one-of-a-kind pieces, and clay artists feature wall hangings, lamp bases, and sculptures.
Marble Falls artists featured this year are Kay Donahue, Connie Stringer, and Jeanice Smith. Other Hill Country artists featured are Dena Wenmohs, Mary Barnes, Carolyn Cobb, Sally Fraser, Ruth Meaders, Dorothy Ann Metting, Travis Megason, Cheri Merrifield, Nancy Paton, Jo Petersen, Nancy Skelsey, Linda Wells, Joe Winfield, Sue Yuma, and many more talented artists.
Again this year, artists will support CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of the Highland Lakes with raffles, silent auctions, and donations. Last year, the show was pleased to present a check of more than $1,000 to this worthy organization.
From Marble Falls, go south on Highway 281 to Round Mountain. Turn left (east) on RR 962. Go 7 miles to Old Spicewood Road. Turn left. Turn at the second gate on the left to The Bunkhouse.
Directions can be found at www.wenmohsranch.com
th Bunkhouse Gallery Exhibition and Sale