The Round Rock ArtSpace had an art show this afternoon to celebrate Spring and New Beginnings. The intent was to celebrate “themes related to spring, growth, new beginnings and change”. I liked the art. My favorite piece below with the funky birds was called “Angel Garden” by Kristin Kim. The show inspired me to strike out on a walk around the local neighborhood as the sun was beginning to set. I just caught some new Springtime tree blossoms as the tree limbs were blowing in the wind with a beautiful sunset in the distance. I think this brief moment was on point with the celebration that ArtSpace had meant for us to enjoy.
It is time for the Holiday Model Train Show at ArtSpace in Downtown Round Rock. It is a series of dioramas surrounded by train tracks. For a $5.00 donation, you can control one of the many trains circling the exhibits. For some reason, this entertains me for long periods of time. Check it out if you find yourself in Round Rock for the Holidays.
The Round Rock ArtSpace had their First Thursday Art Reception this evening, and it featured Día de los Muertos art and artists. My favorite painting was called “Bella Catrina” by Jennifer Estes. Also, if you find yourself near Round Rock this Saturday, there will be a celebration downtown in the evening.
It is 6:00 pm in Downtown Round Rock, and the ArtSpace is presenting their First Thursday Artist Reception. Today’s exhibit featured works by the Cordovan Art School. My photos include the following items available for purchase.
- “Keep Dreaming” by Mira Prince
- “Country Road” by Jim Elliott
- “European Cottage” by Ardelle Fisher
- “The Church of the Spilled Blood” by Gil Russell
How nice! And yes, they had cool cookies!