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New Art September

C harles Wallis is providing our spacer/divider for this issue.

Thanks, Charles.

Charles undoubtedly is one of the hardest working artists in the Brazos Valley.

“Lady Has the Blues” received an Honorable Mention in the Grey Cube Gallery, International Blue Art Show Collection.

Charles has seven paintings on the way to the ADC Fine Art Gallery in Cincinnati, OH for a one year showing agreement and a feature page in their Blink Art Resources Guide for 2022. https://adcfineart.com/pages/about-adc.

Coleen Bradfield has received a a great honor.

“I was honored to be asked by Paul McCormack, director of Ground Zero 360, to create a painting for the 20th Anniversary of September 11th for a special exhibit featured original art. He wanted artists to express their reactions, memories, influences and impact of September 11, 2001 as he was planning to add work of artists around the world to the current traveling exhibit. It took me 2 years to finish my 40 x 30" painting titled, “Never Again-A Country United.” The Ground Zero 360 exhibit will be at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas until late March, 2022.

Robin Avery is teaching in Houston at the Watercolor Art Society on West Alabama September 27 and 28, 9am to 1pm.  The registration deadine is September 24.  The subject will be Crazy Cats and Mixed Up Mutts.

David Sites has some good news.

“I was very fortunate to be invited to have an art show at our local Arts Council here in College Station, Texas. The show was two floors at their gallery. The next scheduled show which was an exhibit titled Ground Zero 360. The exhibit was collected by the many police and firefighters that helped with the search and rescue of the victims of the 911 attack. They are having a special event commemorating those who helped the rescue efforts and the memories of the people who passed that day.

“ When they stopped to see the space before setting it up, they saw my show and liked my work and asked me to create a piece for their 20th anniversary event being held at “The Museum of Biblical Art” in Dallas.

“The piece I created was a digital abstract that was Dye Sublimated (Heat Transferred) onto aluminum. The piece is titled “The Rescue” 36”x36”.

Marie-Renee Hoeks has a new studio in  Nord Amsterdam at Vliegenbos.
See Marie-Renee’s  art and contact her at


Ron Shuebrook will be having an exhibit at the Woodstock Art Gallery will incude his work in a two-artist exhibition with Barrie, Ontario abstractionist, Frances Thomas in the Fall of 2022.
Ron has sent us images of two of his paintings that are reproduced on the covers of the two volume set of books from 2020  on the writing career of Alice Munro, Canada’s only recipient of the Nobel Prize Prize for Literature. Edited by Dr.Tim Struthers of the University of Guelph, this comprehensive publication contains important essays selected from
throughout her long career and was published by Guernica Press. Both of these 2017 paintings “Levels” and “Glimpses” are in the personal collection of Dr. Marianne Micros and Dr. Tim Struthers. 

In addition, Ron is scheduled for a

solo exhibition of his recent paintings and drawings at the Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto for January-February 2022.

K aren Vernon announced that “Back Entry” was an award winner in the 2021 International Women in Watercolor Competition

Tim Vanya has been included among this roster of artists at the Museum of Western Art’s 38th Roundup Exibition and Sale September 23-25.

“Looking forward to seeing everyone at the weekend celebration!  If you find yourself in the Kerrville area this fall, plan to stop and enjoy the show!”

To contact Tim, call (979) 324-6037 or email him at tim@twvanyafineart.com.  You might also want to visit his website at


Tim’s “The Blue Sapphire” 30x24, oil/panel; included in the International Guild of Realism Fall Online Art Exhibition.

“I’m honored to share the honor with Lloyd Voges, Ed Copley, and Patsy Lindamood; along with over 200 artists from over 20 nations around the globe! Shoutout to my beautiful model Shelby with great appreciation!  The show will be ready online from October 20 - December 10.”

ikki Smith has a request for everyone:

“Hi everyone, I have a BIG favor to ask of you. (Billboard big!)

“If I can get at least 100 votes by the end of August I will be in the running to have my artwork featured on a huge billboard in one of the major U.S. cities for millions of people to see. Then if you see the billboard this fall or winter you can say that you know the artist and helped her get her artwork up there! Voting only takes a few seconds.  “Just follow the link, click "Vote for this Image" then "Login with Facebook." Once you log in, click "Vote for this Image" (the button will turn red) and that's it.

The link to vote is here: https://fineartamerica.com/.../billboard-contest-2021...

Mirka Hokkanen is pleased to share that  her puzzles have finally hit the stores!   See North American Bird puzzles.

John Grant’s “College Station Artist Forum” is a website where Central Texas artists can contribute their art and art-related information.  Thanks, John.

John participated in the NOMAD Art Show in Torrance, California.
See more of John’s art at johngrantart.com.

Clover Cochran is maintaining a
Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ArtsAtTheLake/) on behalf of the Arts at the Lake.

I must plug my own stuff:  don’t forget that you’re welcome to visit our home to view my stacks of paintings (785 Memory Lane, Somerville, Texas/9795961856/oldjwpinkerton@gmail. com).  You don’t have to spend money to visit...but it wouldn’t hurt.

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