Texas Reds Festival: Bryan, TX 9/28-9/29

Join Navasota Artists-in-Residence Hayley LaBrum & Caroline Faye at the Texas Reds Festival in Historic Downtown Bryan, THIS WEEKEND, Saturday 9/28 & Sunday 9/29!

Hayley & Caroline will join Devin Coggell, Bryan Artist-in-Residence, in displaying their art with the Arts Council of Brazos Valley for this event.

Enjoy Wine & Beer Tastings, Steak Dinner, and Concerts… in addition to Hayley & Caroline’s amazing art!

Ticket Sales & More info: http://texasredsfestival.com/

Music and Band Schedule: http://texasredsfestival.com/music-bands

 

NOTICE: Horlock Gallery Closed 9/28-10/6

Please note that the Horlock Gallery Location at 1215 E. Washington Ave., Navasota, TX will be TEMPORARILY CLOSED from Saturday, September 28 through Sunday, October 6th, in order for the Artists to represent the Horlock Gallery at the following events:

Artists at Round Top! Fall Antiques Show Fall 2019, Fri. 9/27-Sat. 10/5

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The Navasota Artists-in-Residence will be participating at the annual Round Top Festival for the Fall 2019 Antiques Show, 9/27-10/5. Find us at Art3 at Zapp Hall!

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Fall Antiques Show 2019: fri 9/27 – sat 10/5

Zapp Hall: 4217 s hwy 237, warrenton, TX 78954

featured artists:  devin cogger, rebecca dias, caroline faye, hayley labrum &  michael lawrence

Zapp Hall Antique Show Events & Music Schedule: go to: http://zapphall.com/

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Celebrate the Arts 2019 – Recap

We had a fantastic time at the Annual Celebrate the Arts Fundraiser (disco-themed!!) in College Station on Thursday, September 12th! Many thanks to the Arts Council of Brazos Valley and the City of Navasota for their incredible dedication to the arts, and generous support for our program.

So great to see Navasota Mayor Bert Miller, and Navasota Artist Pattie Pederson of the Gallery Downtown there too… we appreciate all you do to advocate for the arts locally in Navasota!

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Upcoming Events: Horlock Gallery

We’re kicking off the Fall Residency with some exciting events! Here’s a brief overview below…

  • Thursday, Sept. 12thCelebrate the Arts in Bryan, Texas – Arts Council of Brazos Valley Annual Fundraiser

Navasota Artists in Residence will join the City of Navasota at the Annual Celebrate the Arts Fundraiser. For more information, go to https://www.acbv.org/events/2019/celebrate-the-arts

  • Friday, Sept. 27th-Saturday, Oct. 5th**ZAPP Hall, Round Top Antiques Fair, in Warrenton, Texas (**Navasota Gallery location CLOSED for these dates)

Navasota Artists in Residence will host a booth at ZAPP Hall in Warrenton, Texas, for the Round Top Antiques Festival! We had an awesome adventure there last spring, and are excited to return for the Fall Festival. See you at ZAPP Hall, near the Junk Gypsy Tent and Royers Cafe!

  • Saturday, Sept. 28th-Sunday, Sept. 29  – Texas Reds Festival in Bryan, Texas – (**Navasota Gallery location CLOSED for these dates)

Navasota Artists in Residence will host a booth courtesy of the Arts Council of Brazos Valley at the Annual Texas Reds Festival. Because the only thing that could possibly be better than art..s  is art + steak + music + wine. Join us on Saturday or Sunday afternoon for this fabulous fall festival! For more information and to register go to: http://texasredsfestival.com/

  • TBD, October 2019: Navasota is Beautiful Book Release Party – Our updated release date is October 2019, to allow more time for our print & proofing process. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we’ve confirmed the details! For direct questions and concerns, please contact Rebecca at rebecca.w.dias@gmail.com.

Art-After-School Classes: Fall 2019 with Caroline Faye Radell

Navasota Artist-in-Residence Caroline Faye Radell will be teaching Art-After-School Classes “Portraits & People” at the Arts Council of Brazos Valley in College Station this fall, beginning September.

Tuesday (Beginners): 4:15pm-5:45pm

Friday (Advanced): 4:15pm-5:45pm

Classes will be held for 12 weeks, beginning September 10th or 17th. Late registration & enrollment may be allowed. To register and for more information, call 979-696-2787  or go to: https://www.acbv.org/p/programs/childrenteensclasses

Class Location (appx. 25 minutes from Navasota) Arts Council of Brazos Valley: 4180 HWY 6 SOUTH COLLEGE STATION, TX 77845)

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Fall Artist Residency 2019: Welcoming Artist Hayley Labrum Morrison of Austin, Texas

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The Navasota Artist-in-Residence Program and Horlock Gallery have reopened for the Fall Term with three artists.

Navasota and the Artist Residency welcome artist Hayley Labrum Morrison from Austin, Texas.

Hayley’s Bio:

“Born and raised in the Beehive state, Hayley has since lived in Chicago, Santa Fe, Sydney, and Austin. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Brigham Young University in 2008 and has created custom murals across the Wasatch Front, contributed to Comic Con San Diego and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, led Dancing Moose Montessori’s Art Program, and shown in a variety of group and solo exhibitions. Hayley currently lives and works in Austin, TX.” –Hayley’s Artist Bio, http://www.hayley.co/about-hayley

Check out Hayley’s Artist Statement below:

“My work deals with the formation of core beliefs and discovery of new truths that have the power to change us. Each newly-discovered truth comes with a decision to accept and incorporate it into one’s beliefs or reject it and persist in existing beliefs. Truth can lead the open mind through a personal evolution that contributes to a more accurate and sympathetic world view.

Discovery, truth, and belief disruption take shape in my work as surreal settings of disparate styles. Elements of the natural landscape, vintage children’s books, sacred geometry, and my imagination as well as a variety of techniques and media such as mono-printing, paper marbling, spray paint, watercolor, acrylic, oil, and collage coalesce to unfold a reality that is reflective of the curiosity, intensified perspective, and playfulness of the impressionable mind.”  – Hayley Labrum Morrison, https://artx.net/mediapost/artist-spotlight-hayley-labrum-morrison/

Hayley works in both 2-D and 3-D mixed media art.

Check out Hayley’s art website at Hayley Labrum’s Art Website: http://www.hayley.co/  and on Instagram: @hullahoop_

 

Caroline Faye Radell, an acrylic and oil painter from Miami, Florida, has extended her summer residency to February 2020. Caroline Faye will be continuing to develop her linear inspired artwork with nature-inspired and figurative themes.

Check out an excerpt of Caroline Faye’s Artist Statement below:

“My practice aims to celebrate and complicate the element of line as a purveyor of visual information. This exploration began with the creation of my own linear language that investigates the artificiality of painted line in conjunction with the realities it communicates. Lines have the ability to create the illusion of three-dimensional space, but their visibility simultaneously indicates that an image is constructed on a flat surface. These opposing functions are the formal foundation atop which I build my compositions.

Each painting begins with abstract space made from an amalgamation of linear networks. Some remain explorations of the relationship between line, space, and dimension, and often include personal inspirations such as backyard flora, religious symbols, and many others. These inspirations are extremely malleable because they represent the interests of my mind’s eye at a moments notice. This often creates disjointed environments that contain hidden moments of beauty throughout. As a result, layering and transparency become central to the work as methods of selective concealment. They mitigate, emphasize, and alter previously overwhelming visual information to seek clarity in created chaos- an approach that parallels my day-to-day experience as a painter on the autism spectrum. The process of choosing which elements of myself (whether that be my behavior or my artistic hand) to emphasize, which to obscure, and which to hide entirely has characterized my development as both an artist and a human being. While this process may resemble an attempt at assimilation, anxiety, uncertainty, and differences remain visible.” – Caroline Faye Radell, https://carolinefaye.com/about/statement/

Caroline Faye’s Art Website: https://carolinefaye.com/  & Caroline Faye’s Instagram: @carolinefayeart

 

Rebecca Dias, a mixed media watercolor and acrylic artist from Phoenix, Arizona, will be continuing her residency for a third and final term. Rebecca has been working on 3 illustration projects during her residency, including Navasota is Beautiful: The Story of a Texas Railroad Town. All three projects are anticipated for release in Fall 2019 and 2020.

Rebecca Dias’s Art Website: https://www.rwdias.com/