A come-and-go family program offered by our art educators who will help you and your little ones create a work of art using the style and medium of the featured artist in the gallery. Emphasis is on having fun while picking up valuable knowledge.
Mark Teague has been writing and illustrating children’s books for more than 25 years. The retrospective organized by the NCCIL features over 100 pieces of artwork including the award winning LaRue series and the How Do Dinosaurs? books. Mark Teague likes to find humor in the everyday events of childhood. Having never taken an art […]
Photographer Bill Wright presents a collection of his favorite images from the highly successful book, "Authentic Texas: People of the Big Bend," that he co-authored with Marcia Hatfield-Daudistel. Bill's photographs, presented on metal, are extremely vibrant and showcase the beauty of this remote and fascinating land.
The art of photographing people in their own environment can be more difficult than a formal portrait. Available light, language barriers, discretion and suspicion are among the variables at work. More than a casual snap shot, the photographs selected for this exhibition reveal a narrative composed of a particular person, place and moment in time […]