Sunday, March 29, 2009

NETFAA, Artists reception

Saturday afternoon the NETFAA held an artists reception for the Paint Historic Terrell event. I think they had well over 30 paintings on display of the historic homes of Terrell. It looked like the event was huge success. All of the paintings and drawings are for sale. If you are a Northeast Texas artists, check out the NETFAA website.

The first picture is the artist who created the winning painting, Kyle Wood with camera in hand, describing his painting and what attracted him to paint that house.



Below is the winning painting


This is just a sample of the artwork on display.


Refreshments were served







The painting on the right is the Carnegie building that I have featured
on my site and even had as my header page for the first year.


The pencil and charcoal drawing below is of the house I showed a few days ago.

9 comments:

Wanda said...

What a cool art show.

Love the paintings. It's really fun to win. I entered some watercolors in our local fair up North, and one some ribbons...

Feels good!!

LOL:Wanda

Small City Scenes said...

Well thank you for opening up the gallery and letting us inside. The blue winner painting is very good. I feel like I could walk right inside of it. They all look nice. MB

alicesg said...

The painting is so lovely and it deserved a prize. I wish I could paint. Oooo....I saw food on the table, yummy. :)

Betty Flocken said...

I like the second place winner best. Great photos you took

Small City Scenes said...

I forgot to say I like your new profile picture. Of course the mystery man in the sunglasses was cool. MB

Jacob said...

That's a wonderful program that should be emulated all across the U.S.

Thanks for sharing!

imac said...

Good work by all the Artists.
Great capture by you.

Jana said...

Beautiful work by the artists. Events like that are always fun to attend.

Neva said...

I LOVE this kind of thing...and I miss your header of the Carnegie building...especially at Christmas when you showed it with the wreathes on it! What nice art work. My stick figures just don't compare....