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As a painter and printmaker I always like to go to museums and art centers in the towns I visit. The remodeling of the Old Post Office in Kerrville into an Art Center shows the community commitment to the value of visual art. Exhibition space...More
This year's members art show features as diversity of visual arts in mediums including paintings in acrylics, oil, water color and mixed media. Sculpture, photography, wood and metal also are featured as art mediums.
Members of KACC are talented and dedicated artists and this year's...More
Located in downtown Kerrville in the 1933 post office building, Kerr Arts & Cultural Center is an outstanding gallery with something for everyone. Constantly changing exhibits keep the interest high throughout the year.
I stopped by to see what kind of art they had. I'm a watercolor artist and always looking to find other in an area. There was a very good featured exhibit by a local watercolor artist. In general, a very good local art center.
This years Gourd Show Exhibit opening was interesting, well attended and offered a fine array of food and drink for those in attendance on a Saturday afternoon.
In my opinion the show itself was not quite as good as in previous years and lacked the...More
Today I stopped in to see what the newest exhibit is at the main gallery. It is "Heaven and Nature Sing", an exciting mix of enchaustic paintings by Lynn Luukinen, art-to-wear by Caryl Gaubatz and jewelry by Margarite Parker Guggolz.
This collaborative exhibit is a...More
We accidentally stumbled on this, while walking around the "old town" section, which is full of lovely old preserved buildings with shops, restaurants and bars. The Cultural Center is located in the old Kerrville Post Office which has been tastefully re-purposed to make a nice...More