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March 2016

Exhibit: Botanicals

March 4, 2016 - April 10, 2016
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Join us at the Georgetown Art Center as we turn our walls into gardens and explore the world of botanicals as the subject matter; from traditional "Audubon Style" illustrations to more contemporary interpretations of botanical forms. Various artists including Jill Bedgood, Janet Brooks, Belinda Casey, Emily Eaton, Vie Dunn-Harr, Elizabeth Elequin, Valerie Fowler, Annie O’Brien Gonzales, Robyn Jorde, Marie Leterme, Deborah Mersky, Katie Musolff, Sue Sill, and Jill Trasher. This exhibit embraces the world of botanicals as the subject of art, from traditional botanical illustration…

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April 2016

Exhibit: Stereotypes

April 15, 2016 - May 29, 2016
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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This exhibit will include photographs from many artists  that either support or challenge people's pre-conceived stereotypes. ster·e·o·type noun plural noun: stereotypes 1. a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. Participating artists include: George Brainard, Katie Chirichillo, Beth Donelly, Rebecca Finley, Van G. Garrett, Carol Hayman, Rory Hejtmanek, Amy Jasek, Katie Jensen, Dante Kirkman, Laura Kiselevach, Bryan Kuntz, Carol Lee, Dan McCormack, Lisa Muller, Elisa Parrino, Shelby Ragsdale, Ariel Rawlings, Katie…

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June 2016

Exhibit: Tongue in Cheek: The Surreal Art of Ho Baron

June 3, 2016 - July 10, 2016
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Baron’s intricate sculptural caricatures are satiric and fantastic. He places his work in the surrealist and visionary art movements. His process is intuitive, with archetypal and anthropomorphic imagery. Baron was born in Chicago in 1941 and raised in El Paso, Texas on the Mexican border. He has sculpted for some 35 years and has created more than 200 narrative bronze and cast stone figures. His recently published monograph on his sculpture is entitled “Gods for Future Religions.”   A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS Ampersand Art Supply Dr.…

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July 2016

Exhibit: Fantasy & Reality

July 15, 2016 - August 21, 2016
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Whether by immersing ourselves in the virtual worlds of computer games or those of our daydreams and nightmares, we encounter realms of fantasy regularly in our daily lives. This exhibit explores artists who make ordinary objects extraordinary, invent their own games, defy logic and the rules of nature, and explore both utopian and dystopian worlds. The artists participating in this exhibit are Susi Brister                       http://susibrister.com/ Francisco Godoy               https://franciscosart.wordpress.com/ Brian…

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August 2016

Exhibit: Texas Metalsmiths

August 26, 2016 - September 25, 2016
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Harlan W. Butt’s enameled vessels are poetic reflections inspired by the natural environment. Ana M. Lopez’ wearable pieces are located at the intersection of personal identity and the souvenir. Both artists exploit the expressive potential of metal to examine the world around us.   A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS Ampersand Art Supply Dr. and Mrs. Nelson & Micki Avery Beacon Construction Company John and Scherry Chapman Joanne M. Ehly The Georgetown Arts and Culture Board Jerry's Artarama Dr. Sherwin Kahn John and Lisa…

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September 2016

Exhibit : Paint Out in historic Georgetown

September 26, 2016 @ 1:00 pm - September 30, 2016 @ 5:00 pm
Grace Heritage Center, 811 S Main Street
Georgetown, 78626 United States
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Make sure to stop by the Grace Heritage Center, 811 S. Main Street, and see the final artwork from the Fall Paint Out. This exhibit features the paintings of the Plein Air artists from the Sept 17th event. The focus is on the mid-century aspect of old town. This event is co-hosted by Georgetown Art Center and Georgetown Heritage Society

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Exhibit : 2016 Art Hop

September 30, 2016 - October 29, 2016
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Now in its ninth year, the Art Hop is a statewide arts competition that celebrates Texas artists. Show Location:  Historic district of Georgetown, TX Participating venues: Georgetown Art Center & Georgetown Public Library Competition Categories: 2D Abstract, 2D Representational, 3D, Photography, and Printmaking Judges: 2D Abstract: Shawn Camp - Painter 2D Representational: Brenda Hash - Painter 3D: James Tisdale - Ceramicist Photography: Sarah Natsumi Moore Printmaking: Daryl Howard - Printmaker A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS Ampersand Art Supply Dr. and Mrs. Nelson &…

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November 2016

Exhibit : Wakefulness

November 4, 2016 - December 4, 2016
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Wakefulness is a daily recurring brain state and a state of consciousness in which an individual is conscious and engages in coherent cognitive and behavioral responses to the external world.  The best part of human beings is our capacity of creation.  The sky is the limit of the creation process.  We project our dreams, our needs, and our ideas in everything that we do.  We have conquered space, the depths of the oceans, and we are still working on discovering…

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December 2016

Exhibit : Against the Grain

December 9, 2016 - February 5, 2017
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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An open group exhibit comprised of works of art and sculptures that are primarily created out of wood. Featuring the works of David Amdur, Daryl Howard, Danny Kamerath, Scott Rolfe, and Herb Smith. davidamdur.com darylhoward.com dannykamerath.com Srolfe.com Herbsmithphotos.com

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February 2017

Exhibit : The Cuzco Revolution in Painting

February 10, 2017 - March 26, 2017
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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This exhibition is associated with Southwestern University's Brown Symposium 2017, Art y Revolution, and features Peruvian artists Richard Peralta and Edwin Quispecuro.

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March 2017

GISD High School AP Art Show

March 31, 2017 - April 16, 2017
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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This exhibit features artwork from students enrolled in the College Board Advanced Placement Studio Art courses at East View High School and Georgetown High School.  You don't want to miss experiencing the art of our community's young artists.

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April 2017

Exhibit : made for you AND me

April 28, 2017 - June 4, 2017
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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James Tisdale's newest body of work takes a look at the social and political issues scattered across the American landscape. Issues created from our past, follow us to this day and stretch from coast to coast.  

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May 2017

Spring 2017 Paint Out Exhibit

May 15, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - May 19, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Grace Heritage Center, 811 S Main Street
Georgetown, 78626 United States
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Make sure to come see the art created during the Spring 2017 Paint Out on Main Street event as well as other plein air pieces capturing historic Georgetown.  The original art will be on display and for sale. All proceeds benefit the artist. Further details about the exhibit will be available at the Paint Out event. More information:  Paint Out Event & Artist Reception

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June 2017

Exhibit : Fresh Voices of Realism

June 9, 2017 - July 16, 2017
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Fresh Voices of Realism highlights the work of artists who have appeared on The Studio Podcast. As the title suggests, the artists in this show are realist painters in the beginning stages of their career or in their early prime. The podcast is where host Danny Grant interviews and talks shop with other professional artists to get an inside glimpse into their daily lives as contemporary professional artists. Featuring Artists: Andrew Ameral Todd Casey Joseph Daily Gabriela G Dellosso Hollis…

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July 2017

Exhibit : The Lost Tarot

July 21, 2017 - August 20, 2017
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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About Hans Bauer Austrian-born Hans Bauer is a screenwriter (Anaconda, Titan A.E., The Flock, among others), novelist (Anaconda: The Writer's Cut, Fishtale, The Pet, and more), and creator of photo-based art. He divides his time between Kerrville, Texas, and Los Angeles. About the Lost Tarot Exhibit The Lost Tarot evokes a long-lost, recently rediscovered tarot deck of medieval imagery. This will be the first exhibit of an exquisite series by Austrian-born Hans Bauer. The images transport the viewer to an age of magical realism, at…

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September 2017

Exhibit: Art Hop 2017

September 29, 2017 - October 28, 2017
Georgetown Art Center & Georgetown Public Library 78626 + Google Map
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Please join us in celebrating 10 years of Art Hop in Georgetown.

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November 2017

Exhibit : Ralph Lee Hopkins

November 3, 2017 - December 10, 2017
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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National Geographic Photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins. For over 25 years, photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins has been traveling to the world’s wild places from the Arctic to the Antarctic and points in between. Ralph’s images document the beauty of a rapidly changing world of thinning sea ice, receding glaciers, and endangered wildlife. His images from some of the world’s most pristine and fragile ecosystems help change the way we see our world. With understanding comes hope!

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December 2017

Exhibit: Maura Schaffer

December 15, 2017 - January 14, 2018
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Exhibit Title:  Commune (verb) Artist Statement: As a child, my mother insisted on family meals every night. She believed that this was a time for the family to connect and share their daily experiences and that it was important for family togetherness. While I truly believe this is good practice, these meals were not always joyful experiences. My artistic work focuses on these and other recalled experiences. The life-sized dinner table pieces focus on the family meal, dining and drinking…

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January 2018

Exhibit: Print Austin 2018

January 19, 2018 - February 18, 2018
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Exhibit:  Gardening at Midnight Curated by Jeffrey Dell Participating Artists (all recent graduates of the BFA in Printmaking program at Texas State University, in San Marcos): Michael Arredondo Tim Benyo James Borcherding Emily Eaton Trey Holt Lauren Lerwick Graham Pooley Chandler Sosebee Elizabeth Ullmann About the Exhibit: Making art is an act of faith: faith that the work will grow and be rich, that themes will develop and deepen, that the important things will rise to the surface. We artists…

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February 2018

Exhibit: Yes!

February 23, 2018 - April 1, 2018
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist: Lawrence Jolly In a style he calls Contemporary Narrative Realism—think Dali Meets Rockwell—Jolly’s work features evocative figurative, animal, landscape and other natural subject matter in oil on canvas and 3D mixed media pieces. Blending highly rendered representational content with elements of stylistic abstraction, symbolism and surrealism, Jolly’s art tells stories about the human condition and its relationship with both creator and creation. About the Artist: Austin-based artist, former graphic designer, and winner of the 2016 City of Austin People’s Choice Award…

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