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October 2020

Art Hop XIII

October 2 - October 31
Georgetown Art Center & Georgetown Public Library, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Please join us for our biggest event of the year with original works of art from Texas artists.  This event has over 100 artworks in multiple categories with participants selected by renowned judges for each: 3D/sculpture, photography, 2D abstract, and 2D representational.

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August 2020

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Blissful Ignorance

August 28 - September 26
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Blissful Ignorance is an exhibit of graphite drawings by artist Mayuko Ono Gray that hybridizes traditional Japanese calligraphy with Western drawing practices and aesthetics. Traditional Asian art-forms have often integrated word and image. Mayuko draws upon literary artifacts ranging from proverbs to poetry to influence her calligraphy and creates unique word-images that are reflections on human nature, place, self, ephemerality, permanence, and universal wisdom.

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July 2020

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Ingrained

July 24 - August 23
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Four Artists Creating Visual Stories Through Wood “Ingrained” is an art exhibit of four artists with differing styles and subjects who are united by their use of a common material. The pieces created for this exhibition highlight the wood grain of panels to explore a range of viewpoints and topics. From questioning how humans communicate and connect, to interpreting nature and exploring humanity’s impact on it, these paintings and sculptures may at first appear disconnected. Visually they also vary: Colorful abstractions, brooding landscapes, hyper-realistic insects,…

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March 2020

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Exhibit — Critters: Our Animal World

March 20 - May 3
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist Reception: Saturday, March 21, 2020 6-8 PM Artist talk: Sunday, March 22, 2020 2 PM   Critters: Our Animal World, is an exhibition featuring the work of three incredible artists: Carrie Cook, Jessica Gengenbach, and Shanny Lott. The exhibit also includes work from the Georgetown Art Center’s open call jury-selected finalist work, creating a unique multi media presentation.

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February 2020

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Exhibit — Tignon — Chesley Antoinette

February 14 - March 15
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist Reception Saturday February 15th 6-8pm Artist Talk Sunday February 16th 2-4pm Please join the Georgetown Art Center for this groundbreaking art exhibition featuring the work of artist, Chesley Antoinette. Tignon (pronounced teyôN) is a French word that can mean cloth or handkerchief and is used to reference the headwraps of Creole women. The Tignon Law was an edict of good government dictated by the Spanish government during the late 18th century in New Orleans, Louisiana that forced women of…

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January 2020

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Exhibit — Meta Garden – Rebecca Bennett

January 10 - February 9
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist Reception: Saturday  Jan 11, 2020 6-8 PM Artist Talk: Sunday  Jan 12, 2020 2-4 PM Artist Rebecca Bennett’s Meta Garden exhibit will have work that uses digitally manipulated images of her original paintings to create a new body of work that references in a very abstract way elements of a garden, ie. blooms, sprouts, cairns. She’s using “garden” as a metaphor for growth, change, nourishment, seeds, and natural evolution.   She wants to share creative growth and the path…

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November 2019

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Exhibit — Contemporary Mosaics

November 1, 2019 - January 5, 2020
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Nov 1st - Jan 5th Artist Reception: Saturday Nov 2, 2019 6-8pm This exhibit will feature works from multiple artists at the Austin Mosaic Guild, who are seeking to push the boundaries in techniques, formats, and materials of mosaic art. The exhibit will focus on the state of contemporary mosaics today as well as ways in which traditional boundaries are being challenged by these contemporary artists. The Guild intends to enlighten visitors on the ways in which modern mosaicists are…

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September 2019

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Exhibit: 2019 Art Hop

September 27, 2019 - October 26, 2019
Georgetown Art Center & Georgetown Public Library, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Progressive Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 28 Begins at the Georgetown Public Library - 2:00pm Then HOP to the Georgetown Art Center - 3:15pm Awards Ceremony - 3:45pm   The 2019 Art Hop exhibit is a statewide juried arts competition, organized by Georgetown Art Works, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts in the City of Georgetown, Texas. The participating venues are the Georgetown Public Library and the Georgetown Art Center, in the historic district of Georgetown. Competition Categories: 2D…

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August 2019

Exhibit : Cultivated on Dry Land

August 23, 2019 - September 21, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist Reception: Saturday, August 24th, 6-8pm Artist Talk: Sunday, August 25th, 2pm Cultivated on Dry Land explores the visual relationships between land based flora and marine life. My artistic observation of such forms leads to a process of combining physical attributes of a number if species into a given sculpture, resulting in abstracted representations. I look to the manner in which certain plants and sea creatures grow and generate their structures and take note of how several visually overlap despite…

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July 2019

Exhibit – The Soul of America

July 12, 2019 - August 18, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist Reception: Saturday, July 13, 6-8pm Artist Talk: Sunday, July 14, 2pm Artists916 is an artists’ collective of 15 artists in Austin, TX. Our mission is to increase the relevance of art locally, increase member artists’ profiles, and arrange exhibitions. Soul of America will be a group show featuring all of our local artist members. We have developed the theme — Soul of America— as a timely, relevant and rich content platform, to challenge our members creatively, and engage the…

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May 2019

Exhibit: Nosotros

May 31, 2019 - July 7, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Join us for a month of events celebrating art & culture of South America, Central America, Caribbean, Mexico & Southwest of North America Opening Reception Saturday June 1, 2019 Time: 6pm - 8pm Location: Georgetown Art Center Music: Alta Asignación Catering: La Plaza Market Pop-Up Art Exhibit Saturday June 15, 2019 Time: 5pm - 7pm Location: Wolf Ranch Shade Plaza Canvas Project Pop-up Art Lecture: LatinX Music in Rock Sunday June 2, 2019 Time: 2pm - 4pm Location: Georgetown Art…

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April 2019

Exhibit: Red and Blue Windows

April 19, 2019 - May 26, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Artist: Caitlin G. McCollom An exhibition of original paintings. Spiritual windows bursting with blue and red light. An exploration of contemporary cathedral windows. About the Artist: Based in Austin, TX, Caitlin G McCollom is a visual artist whose conceptual paintings encapsulate metaphysical longing. Using high-flow acrylic paints on polypropylene paper (Japanese Yupo paper), McCollom captures her encounters with the “unknown” and gives form to the fleeting invisible world that composes the human spirit and its many states of being. Her…

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March 2019

Exhibit: 2019 GISD AP

March 29, 2019 - April 14, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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The exhibit features the works of students in various Advanced Placement art classes from Georgetown and East View High Schools, representing years of dedicated learning and creating to develop portfolio submissions to the AP College Board. The College Board lists 3 Advanced Placement Studio Art classes that can be offered in high schools: Drawing, 2-D Design, and 3-D Design. In the Design studio classes, students are able to work with media of their choice in order to develop their creative…

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February 2019

Exhibit: Floating Points

February 15, 2019 - March 24, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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010000010101001001010100 (Binary Code for “Art.”) Artists using contemporary tools to create compelling imagery. Group Exhibit - Participating Artists Click on the artist's name to visit their website Thomas Athey Chalda Maloff Shirley Steele Charles Heppner Tyler Hobbs Paul McGuire Leslie Kell Floating Points Shifting the bounds of contemporary art floating point, n. – a computer representation of a decimal numeric value, having a varying number of places after the decimal; opposite of fixed point In this exhibit, seven artists offer…

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January 2019

Exhibit: Atelier Dojo Faculty Show

January 11, 2019 - February 10, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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The instructors of Ateiler DOJO are dedicated to the practice of direct observation in the pursuit of contemporary realism. Featuring the art of: Anne Nelson Sweat, Barbara Pence, Danny Grant, Denise M. Fulton, Ian Ingram, Jennifer Balkan, Joe Molloy, Joahnnie Sebeck, Justin Balleza, Karen Maness, Karen Offutt and Sam Woodin About Atelier DOJO Why Dojo? In Japanese, “dojo” means “place of the way.” It is a place of discipline and commitment, where people come together to learn and to practice,…

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November 2018

Exhibit: 2018 Small Works

November 2, 2018 - January 6, 2019
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Explore the art of dozens of different artists.  All works are 12x12x12 or smaller in size.  These small but unique items are more accessible in price and embody the idea that artistic expressions sometimes come in small packages.  

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September 2018

Exhibit: 2018 Art Hop

September 28, 2018 - October 27, 2018
Georgetown Art Center & Georgetown Public Library, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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Click here for a complete list of winners.

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August 2018

Exhibit: Strata

August 10, 2018 - September 23, 2018
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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About the Artist Anita Cooke has lived and worked as a visual artist and teacher in New Orleans, Louisiana since 1980.  She received her BFA in Ceramics from Kent State University and her MFA in Ceramics and Sculpture from Newcomb College/Tulane University in New Orleans in 1984. Anita Cooke has taught ceramics at Tulane, Loyola, Stephen F. Austin, and Western Michigan University, as well as from her New Orleans studio.  Cooke's 28 x 28 ft. ceramic mural "Lightsounds" is located…

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June 2018

Exhibit: Fluid Worlds

June 29, 2018 - August 4, 2018
Georgetown Art Center, 816 South Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626 United States
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The work of Lindsey Dunnagan, Greta Olivas, and Andrea Pramuk explore breath-taking fluid worlds in unique ways. Fascinating techniques produce unexpected results. Prepare to get lost in these artworks. Lindsey Dunnagan Lindsey uses nontraditional techniques to explore human interaction with the natural environment.  She is the Assistant Professor of Art in Painting at Truman State University. Learn more at her website Greta Olivas My work is full of color, which is usually the first thing people are drawn to. As the…

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May 2018

2018 Spring Paint Out Exhibit

May 18, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Grace Heritage Center, 817 South Main Street
Georgetown, 78626 United States
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This Exhibit will be on display at Grace Heritage Center, May 10-11 and May 17-18; 1-5 pm each day. The art was created during the 2018 Spring Paint Out on May 5, 2018 event as well as other plein air pieces capturing historic Georgetown will be on display and for sale. All proceeds benefit the artist.

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