Experience the Arts in Bastrop
A virtual collection of works by our Members. View this eclectic collection by Members of the Lost Pines Art League depicting the earth beneath our feet, our connection to it, and all things rooted in the ground.
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 100 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.
Our next Art Immersion Weekend will highlight glass arts, with a focus on glassblowing, fusing, stained glass, enameling on glass, and more! All levels will be offered, along with artist demos, and a closing reception.
Handmade Holiday Market
Coming October 16th, 11am-5pm! Shop from several artists and craft makers as we kick off the holiday season. We will have artists demonstrations including glassblowing, and guided kids activities.
Adriana Hernandez; Original paintings
Alum Creek Creations: wire wrap jewelry; (alumcreekcreations.com)
Gaila Hitt: Original paintings, gifts; (gaila-hitt.pixels.com)
Art by Monterrey: Original paintings, gifts
Kay Kemp: Original paintings, gifts (Spriritworks4U.com)
Dos Vidas Pottery: Ceramics
Howling Sawdust: Woodworking; (Instagram@howlingsawdust)
Elementals: Gemstone jewelry; (Facebook.com/Elementals.Austin)
Goodwin Homestead; Ceramics, textiles, home goods
Lynelle Jewelry; Handmade jewelry
Rosario Perez; Original paintings
Split Pines Creations; Original paintings, woodworking
Chemn Cafe; Coffee samples, coffee by the pound, treats
11-2pm: Cyanotype Photography with David Weaver
2-4pm: Pastel Painting with Featured Artist, Maribel Mast
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.
Connect with Us
We are proud to partner with the following Community Assets
Bastrop Opera House
Museum and Visitor's Center
Bastrop Convention Center
Thank you to our sponsors