Meet the extraordinary artists (in alphabetical order) who have donated their work for the auction. Preview some of their artwork that has already come in the Art Gallery at the bottom of this page. All proceeds from the amazing work of these local, creative, generous artists benefit PAWS Shelter and Humane Society. Thank you to our artists! Can’t attend but interested in the art? Email email@example.com.
Mary creates images like a flash in time, representing life through memories, dreams, or a snippet of thought. There is a rustic quality to her paintings, always a bit country or Texan. Her work can be viewed by appointment. 512-858-1512.
Every work that comes out of her studio incorporates patterns, textures, and colors from nature. Each piece is made out of Texas stoneware then fired, glazed, and fired again to above 2,200 degrees. Cristi enjoys making muddy messes every day with the help of her feline and canine studio buddies. For more, visit cristiclyburnpottery.com.
Her imaginative mixed media paintings range in color from subtle to vibrant depending on the mood she wants to create. Her stylized renditions of animals, still lifes, and trees are rich with textures and patterns. For more, visit caseycraig.com.
Her experience as a restoration apprentice and as a product designer has been incredibly influential in the art of Marilyn Flanegan, known for her engaging pet portraiture and still life studies. Preview some of Marilyn’s inspiring work at flanegansmuse.blogspot.com
For her subjects including landscapes, animals, and botanical themes, Robin Hegemier utilizes watercolor, acrylic, collage, and stained glass art. As the owner of Kaleidoscope Art Glass, she has designed and created custom stained glass windows in the Central Texas area since 1986 for homes, churches and commercial installations. For the auction, Robin has graciously donated an original watercolor as well as framed giclee. Preview Robin’s gorgeous work at kartglass.com.
After many years of doing photography, paper making, sculpture, watercolor painting and anything else she could find, Linda has returned to her first love of painting in oils. She only paints what she loves and finds beautiful, which is one reason she enjoys painting animals, landscapes, portraits and still lifes. Her studio is in Dallas, but she goes to the Hill Country for inspiration as often as possible. Linda is donating “Madie”, 10 X 8, oil on panel. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sally Minter has painted since the tender age of 12, and early sales and awards encouraged her to continue in her pursuit. Today, she is renown for her classic Texas paintings. For the auction, Sally is donating a custom small pet portrait of your pet valued at $525. See examples at her website sallyminter.com.
Masterful at restoration and conservation of fine art, Bill is a genuinely gifted artist in his own right. His many interpretations of western scenes have endeared him to art lovers around the world. Bill’s art studio and gallery are located in The Barn at Bell Springs. For appointments call 512-826-4983.
A sign of a true artisan is manifested in the numerous hand-cuts Wayne makes into the thick steel, as he paints with the torch – his paintbrush to the canvas of metal. He specializes in a variety of uniquely regional – Mountain, Native American and Cowboy home & garden furnishings. Wayne has been honored as a “Texas Original” by the Texas Commission on the Arts. More on dsironworks.com.
Betty has been active in the Wimberley art community for almost 20 years. Her varied artistic interests include woodworking, sculpture, collage, and painting. Her colorful paintings feature people and animals with movement and a hint of whimsy. Her paintings can be seen at the Bent Tree Gallery in Wimberley. More on benttreegallery.com.
Throughout her career, Roberta’s work has been commissioned and appreciated by some very well-known Texans. Among them, Lady Bird Johnson and former Texas first lady Mary Alice Shivers. Her work has been in some of the finest galleries across America. She is donating a hand-signed, custom-framed lithograph of “Outfoxed”. More on wesleygallery.com.
Hobby painter and sculptor Inka won second place in Carved Stone’s Sculpture Challenge with her “Heart Keepers” sculpture which she then donated to PAWS Shelter and Humane Society where it now makes its home. She loves training and working with the animals at the shelter, and is a true dog enthusiast whose favorite hours are the ones spent playing, training or simply being with her four wonderful dogs. Inspired by her four-legged friends, she is donating an original watercolor painting to the auction.
Art previews will be added to the gallery as they come in. Below is a preview of amazing pieces we’ve already received. If you are not able to attend the Feast, but might be interested in purchasing one of the art pieces, email email@example.com or call Beverly at (512) 673-0072.