Georgetown Art works
Alexha BonnerInterim CHAIR
Alexha is a member of the Artists at 816, whose studios are on the second floor of the Art Center. An active volunteer early on, she has stepped forward to lead the board and organization as it prepares to take on multiple initiatives.
Cam brings a wealth of experience in non-profit management, in particular, financial management. He is also an active member of the San Gabriel Chorale, a local non-profit group whose volunteers love to sing.
Lorraine is former editor of the Williamson County Sun and a member of the Board of Directors of Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties. She brings a life-long love of the arts and the avid curiosity of a journalist to her service on the Board.
John retired from the Southwestern University Mathematics Department after 45+ years. He continues his long record of community service as well with his recent return to the Board of the Georgetown Art Works.
Charles (Chuck) is the Executive Director of GTX Connect and Director of the Georgetown Friends of the Library and Prosper Georgetown.
Larry is a professional studio artist living and working in Round Rock. After 30 years as owner/designer at Jolly Design Inc. his current work is best described as Contemporary Narrative Realism, telling stories that seek to connect human nature with divine nature.
David is responsible for revenue generation, marketing, and website design in the golf industry by day. By night, he’s part of The
Artists @ 816.
Deborah is a retired public school art teacher with a BFA in Fine Arts and training as conservator at the Michener Museum, Doyleston, PA.
Art Historian by education, creative marketer by trade, Claudia Rosa is the managing director of the Los Angeles boutique creative agency Idea Farmer and has developed and produced campaigns for some of the world’s biggest brands.
She’s passionate about travel, design, cooking, and wine.
Artist, art teacher, and former director of the Alabama River Region Arts Center, Theresa also has formal training and extensive professional experience in business management and financial planning.
Amy is a small business owner in Georgetown. As a 5th generation Austinite, she has cultivated relationships with local businesses and local artists for over 20 years. Her priorities are the beautification of our community through art and thoughtful planning.
Michael is a retired non-commissioned military officer and a professional IT manager. As a volunteer, he serves as the principal photographer for the Art Center.
Kelley has worked in the non-profit industry for the past 20 years. She and her husband have recently moved to Old Town Georgetown. She looks forward to supporting the Georgetown Art Works board and the Art Center with strategic planning and community engagement.
Rachael JonroweBoard Advisor
Rachael has been a long term advisor to the board. Her enthusiasm for a broad range of arts programs, knowledge of city management, and encouragement of diversity has been invaluable.
Amanda StillCity Liaison
Amanda Still is the Arts and Culture Coordinator for the City of Georgetown and the official liaison between the Georgetown Art Works and municipal government. She wears many hats in her role as the Arts and Culture Coordinator; our organization benefits as well from her long association with the Art Center and the Board.
Gary AndersonArt Center Coordinator
Gary manages day-to-day activities for the Art Center, including orienting & training volunteers, managing exhibits, and scheduling events. As a dedicated artist, he cultivates and advocates for programs that support the arts community.