The Lost Pines Art Center features a variety of fine art from across the world. We take pride in showcasing the works of some of the most prominent artists in Texas and beyond. We welcome you to visit the Art Center, where you’ll discover beautiful and provocative artwork in a wide array of mediums—from oils, acrylics, watercolors, alcohol inks, and pastels to sculpture, mosaics, ceramics and pottery, glass, metal, wood work, fiber arts, mixed media pieces, photography, and more.
If you’re interested in showing your work in our juried Art of the Pines Gallery, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our team of talent scouts will be in touch shortly.
Pastels in the Pines
The Austin Pastel Society, Sep. 1- October 30th, 2019
The Austin Pastel Society (APS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1998 by a group of Austin artists who were working in pastel. Currently we have 90 members. We are a member of the International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS)www.iapspastel.org.
We welcome artists of all levels. Artists, from beginners to professionals, benefit from the many opportunities provided by Austin Pastel Society to learn about materials and techniques and to grow in their abilities.
The Austin Pastel Society prides itself on providing every member opportunities to participate in both juried and open exhibitions of their work at locations throughout the area.
Learn more about APS here: Austin Pastel Society
The Glass exhibit
Various Artists, Fall 2019
Come experience our glass exhibit, featuring beautiful glass artwork by: Ghost Pepper Glass (Katie Plunkard, Lauren Hunt, and Shara Funari), Caliente Hot Glass (Glen Andrews II, Suzie Rivie, Justin Catron, and Mark Rendulic, resident glass artist and instructor at the Lost Pines Art Center.
Sep. 1st- Oct. 30th, 2019. Opening reception is Oct. 5th, 6-8pm.
Glenn Whitehead is renowned for his exquisite landscapes in pastels. In the 1970’s, however, he explored several versions of the winking clown, an image he found on children’s toys. It was first an exercise in color and surface, but became more seemingly satirical, even with presidential undertones, with the turbulence of the Watergate Scandal looming at the time. Discover more of the hidden stories behind these iconic images for the months of September and October.
In the Mezzanine
Our Members Gallery displays art work exclusively from Lost Pines Art League members, who come from around Texas and beyond. You will always see a wide variety of styles and mediums. Over 80 works of art are displayed on both floors of the Members Exhibit, and new work is rotated every three months. So come in and enjoy the collection from local and regional artists.