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.
MAYFEST HANDMADE MARKET
Our next outdoor market will be on Saturday May 8th, from 11am-5pm. Shop from local and regional artists and craft makers just in time for Mother’s Day! Food and beverage vendors will also be on site, with artist demonstrations and more to enjoy for the whole family.
As part of Bird Lover Weekend, from the Bird City Bastrop Organization and Main Event, we are hosting two discussions and Q&A, indoors during MayFest. From 11am-noon, we have photographer, Paul Licce discussing Photographing backyard birds, and from noon -1:00pm, we have Kathy Cox, Master Naturalist, discussing Backyard Birding and Habitat. Admission is free!
Admission is FREE!!
We are now accepting applications for vendors. We have extended the deadline until we are full- so feel free to apply! Click here for the application and guidelines.
*Yoli’s Tacos and More!
*Cedar Creek Eagles Concessions
*Faye Barber: Paintings, http://fayebarber.com/index.html
*Bertzin Ec: Pyrography
*Thrive Greenhouse TX: Textiles, Jewelry, Soaps, Candles, Planters, https://www.thrivegreenhousetx.com.
*Elementals: Jewelry, https://elementals-austin.myshopify.com/
*Crazy Pineapple Girls: Wreaths, https://www.crazypineapplegirls.com/
*Alum Creek Creations: Glass,Metal Work, Jewelry, https://www.alumcreekcreations.com/
*Dos Vidas Pottery: Ceramics
*Monterrey Williams: Jewelry, Paintings, Textiles, Ceramics
*Fathom Glass Design: Blown Glass, https://www.instagram.com/fathomglassdesign/
*Rendulic Glass: Blown Glass, Sculpted Glass
* Lynelle Jewelry
* Leather Love– Jewelry
More are being added- stay tuned!!
Faye Barber– Acrylic Painting
Gaila Hitt: Watercolor Painitng
Patricia/Mark Rendulic: Glassblowing, Glass Sculpting
Justin Catron/Suzie Ririe: Glassblowing
Mike Harmon: Wood Carving
Online Resources for Artists
For grants and emergency funding for artists still available:
An e-newsletter, at no cost, with helpful articles on the art world, and the business side of being an artist.
Helpful view points from artists on how they are handling the current crisis.
A comprehensive site with techniques, classes, and articles to inspire artists in their creative journey.
How some artists are staying creative in this time:
The importance of an artist’s website (editorial):
We will continue adding to this list as we discover more resources to help with finances, creativity, and ways to stay connected with each other.
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