2020 Exhibits

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New Works

Annual HCAF Members’ Show

February 14 – March 13, 2020

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HCAF Members Show Award Categories:
Best in Show
Paint/Canvas, canvas board
Mixed Media
3D/Other- Sculpture, fiber, ceramics

Each category offers awards of:
1st Place – $50
2nd Place – ribbon
3rd Place – ribbon
Best in Show – $100 and an exhibit in the Creekside Gallery in 2021.
4 Honorable mentions will be awarded across all media.


In the Creek Side Gallery:
Anne Brennan Vela


Opening Reception: Friday, Feb. 14th (5-7pm)

The Private Lives of Inanimate Objects

What is reality? We may think we know, but what do all of the objects around us get into when we’re not looking? The Private Lives of Inanimate Objects is a quirky interpretation of the things that surround us.

An Invitational Exhibit Featuring:
Keith Anderson
Mary Kathryn Collins
Douglas Garey
Phyllis Garey
Diane Henry
Lucy Jennings
Danny Kamarath
Catherine Massaro
Richard Rouse
Rudi Winzinger
Al Zirkel

March 20 – April 17, 2020

String of Pearls by Phyllis Garey

Opening Reception: Friday, March 20th (5-7pm)

Texas Watercolor Society

May 1 – June 30, 2020

Laurin McCracken Still Life on Hand - Rug

2019 Best of Show: “Still LIfe on Hand-Tied Rug” by Laurin McCracken

Young Artists Camp

July 6 – 31, 2020


One Week Sessions Available for ages 4+

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“Point of View”

Annual Juried Show

The artist ‘s point of view is ever changing. From portraits to landscapes, this exhibit celebrates the artists imagination. This is an open exhibition challenge. This exhibit has no predefined expectation for type or style of work to be considered or selected. Submissions can range from the most traditional to the most conceptual or experimental. All media accepted.

August 14 – September 18, 2020


“Fun for Two – Seriesly”

This exhibition features a collection of series of paintings and drawings by artists Ben Sum and his wife Cycris Ho. Originally from Hong Kong, the two artists have been working side by side in their studio in San Angelo, Texas for the past 15 years. Many of their works in these series were inspired by the intriguing comparisons and contrast between Asian and Western cultural aspects and social customs.

October 9 – November 6, 2020


In the Creek Side Gallery:
Al Zirkel



November 13 – December 11, 2020

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