Texas State Art Show
"Countless Hours."

April 17-21 2006 // Texas State University Art Building, "JCM" gallery // Gallery Hours: M-F 8am - 10pm; Sat- Sun 9am-10pm

The following paintings of mine are on display::: 
                                                                    The Reality of Poverty.

                                                                    Turnagain Arm, Alaska. 

                                                                    Praying for an Open Door.

                                                                    Marin Headlands: Rodeo Beach, California.

The show will included work from various Texas State Studio Art and Art Education Major Senior's work :::

Art Show Opening photos, (Monday, April 17, 2006):::

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It's me! 

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It's me!
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Me, again.
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They let me have an entire wall!


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It's fun watching people look 
at my art! 
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My friend, 
Kim Hopson's artwork.

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Thomas Jack Hilton's Sculpture & Miquel Maldonado's paintings, back right; Rae Kinsala's pieces, back left.

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Thomas Jack Hilton's 
sculpture & Stella's paintings.
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Angela McLain's cakes. 
 Not for eating, for looking.

Thanks for coming! >>>>>

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Mom & Dad
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David (my professor) & 
Debbie (my cooperating teacher)
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Directions from Austin to the show:::

I-35 South
Take the Texas State exit- (university drive)
Turn right (1st light on access road)
Continue straight through about 3 lights.
Turn RIGHT at the next light onto University.
University is really curvy, you will eventually vere left onto sessom dr.
Turn left onto Commanche rd.
Park in that parking garage.  You have to pay, sorry!

The show is in the building to the west of the parking garage.  It is called "JCM" or "the art building" or "Joann Cole Mitte Art".  If you get lost ask someone where the building is.  The show is on the second floor in the big gallery.  Can't miss it.

Texas State Map.

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"It costs God nothing, so far as we know, to create nice things:
but to convert rebellious wills cost Him crucifiction."
-CS Lewis