Next up for December -

"Seeing Red" - predominant color of the work must be red.

Entries accepted Nov. 27 - Dec. 4, all media.

The Creative Arts Center

200 W. 5th Street, Bonham, TX 75418

​A project of the Fannin Community Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit

2019 Exhibit Schedule - Main Gallery

February 1-February 27 - Tiny Art With A Big Heart (no work larger than 8" x 10")

                                          In the Library - Black History Month Tribute

March 1-March 30 - Cowboys and the West

April 5-April 27 - Trees Speak (Arbor Day is April 27)

May 3-June 15 - April Showers Bring Spring Flowers (for the Red River Art Fest May 11)

June 21-July 27 - Photography Show

July 26-27 - Quilt Hop Tour

August 2-August 31 - $100 Exhibit (nothing priced over $100)

September 6-October 11 - Annual Art Show & Contest; reception/reveal 5 PM, September 6

October 18-November 30 - Round in Circles (only round shapes and curved lines; no angles)

December 6-December 28 - Seeing Red (predominant color must be red)


East Gallery

September 3 - Oct.1    Carrol Reese (mosaics & painting); Karen Sigler (photography)

October 2 - 30              Phyllis Ryser Exhibition (Paintings), reception October 11, 5 PM

November 1 - 30          Kay Carrel Exhibition (Paintings), reception November 1, 5 PM

December 3 - 31          Steve & Cindy Boyce Exhibition (Paintings, Drawings, Photographs)


Ask about having your own "one-man show" in our East Gallery - available to Artist Members only.





REMEMBER

Free space/time in the gallery always means member art will be shown.

IN THE MAIN GALLERY NOW:

Round in Circles Exhibit October 18 - November 30 

December in the East Gallery - The multi-media talent of

Steve and Cindy Boyce. From December 3-31.

Also in the Gallery now:

Photographs by Jerry Panter on display in memoriam. This tribute highlights the talent of a departed friend.

ART SHOWS

Red Dog Saloon - The Art of Kay Carrel

EAST GALLERY November 1 - November 30

Reception, Friday, November 1, 5-7 PM. Come meet the artist and see her work. 

Kay uses many media but is perhaps best known for her watercolors and acrylics. Her colorful art graces many local residences and the variety in her themes appeals to most everyone.  Ranch life and a love of nature influence her work. Kay is a founding member of the Creative Arts Center and workshops with Stephen Quiller of Creede, Colorado and Deana Thibault of Tucson, Arizona continue to inspire her.