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Featured Artists
The Wimberley area has a well-deserved reputation as a community of artists. The currently featured artists in this index have Featured Artist Sites updated by the artist with current and/or featured work. You are invited to return often to see their new work.
Click to view: Featured Artist, Bernice Brown
» Bernice Brown
Fascinated with light and color, Brown paints in a realist/impressionist style encouraging viewers to observe and appreciate simple beauties of life, like excitement of discovery in a child's eyes, graceful movement of an animal, or the sunset's reflection in the stream. Click here to enjoy her work»

Click to view: Featured Artist, Betty Rhodes » Betty Rhodes
Happy subjects and bright, fresh colors characterize the paintings of Betty Rhodes. A nature scene, still life, figure and landscape are all subjects for her impressionistic art. Click here to enjoy her work»

Click to view: Featured Artist, Martha Moring
» Martha Moring
The camera in her hands captures life and the moments. Moring's portraits of people at all stages of life each offer a special perspective on the subject, and her family and connection photographs will bring you warm smiles. Click here to enjoy her work»

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ARCHIVES

Previous features about internationally known artists who make Wimberley home.
Some of these features date back to 1999, but their work is timeless.

 

Ellen Berman» Ellen Berman's eloquent and lustrous work has been in numerous one-person and group exhibitions. A visiting artist at several universities, Berman was awarded a Mid-America Arts Aliiance/NEA individual artist's grant. Take a look...her work speaks for itself!
George Krause» Krause's photographs are in major museum collections including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris. His awards include the first Prix de Rome and the first Fulbright/Hays grant ever awarded to a photographer, two Guggenheim fellowships and three grants from the NEA. An acknowledged modern master.
Bob Fowler» d. November 3, 2010
The genius of Bob Fowler causes even the most cosmopolitan pedestrian to stop short, then gaze in wonder at his enduringly beautiful manipulations of mundane materials. (If you've ever visited the Houston Zoo, you've already come face-to-face with his fluid, mammoth elephant, a Houston landmark.)
Robb Kendrick» Kendrick's photos have been honored in Communication Arts and the National Press Photographers Association’s "The Best of Photojournalism" annual. He travels for National Geographic magazine, and spends the remainder of his time shooting editorial assignments for such publications as Life, Sports Illustrated, Audubon, and Smithsonian, as well as working on commercial projects.
Eric Slocombe» Eric creates Wildlife Sculptures, capturing their natural beauty in bronze. He utilizes the "lost wax casting" method to enhance the detail in his sculptures. Click here to enjoy his work»
Lilli Pell» Using rich colors and broken brush strokes to achieve the quality she wants in a painting, Lilli Pell's primary subject is the landscape of Texas.
Click here to enjoy her work»

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