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Art Show February 17


I am a resident of Enchanted Oaks and a member of the Mabank Garden Club, Enchanted Oaks Ladies Club, Star Harbor Watercolor Society, and the First United Methodist Church Mabank. I am a retired elementary principal and a local artist working in watercolor, acrylics, and soft pastel. My artwork is displayed at 211 Gallery in Athens, TX.

Communicating with water and pigment may seem unusual, but not to the members of Star Harbor Watercolor Society as they embrace American artist Edward Hopper’s statement, “If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”  Organized in 2005, this group never dreamed their society would be known in the North Texas art scene or that members would win awards for their artwork and representation in prestigious juried art exhibitions.  



Sunday, February 17th,  marks the society’s annual “For the Love of Art Show and Sale.”  The exhibition features a unique variety of artistic style, color, subject matter, and technique—all in original watercolor artwork.  Artists will be present to meet those who attend the show.  This is a free admission event complete with delicious refreshments (also free!) and a live painting demonstration held from 1-5 p.m. at the City Hall Building, 99 Sunset Blvd., Star Harbor, TX 75148.  For additional information, call 903.451.4016 or visit the society’s website at www.starharborws.org .

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