Flaco Guapo Media
written by Mikaela Oliver
SAN ANGELO- On Thursday, June 24, Fort Concho opened its doors to six members of the American Plains Artists (APA) for its 6th Summer Art Show.
Until the show’s closing on August 1, you can check out featured works by Lou Sanders Albright of Athens, TX; Carol Lundeen of Dassel, MN; Mary Lou Pape of Monument, CO; Linda Nichols of Abilene, TX; Barron Postmus of West Hills, CA; and Tom Samson of Minatare, NE.
Lou Sanders Albright of Athens, TX, discussing her art
These five artists were chosen by last year’s guests from the 70 artists whose 115 works were on display. Over 500 guests voted for their favorite artist/work, and these five artists garnered the most votes.
Mary Hugill in front of one of the pieces that drew her in, 'Waters Edge- Black Wolf.'
Mary Hugill, an aspiring artist, was present at the show to appreciate the various paintings and hopefully learn from them.
“I want to study the little details,” said Hugill. “Seeing the artwork in person is so inspiring,”
Not only can you view the art, but it is also for sale, said Bob Bludhart, chairman of Fort Concho.
“So, if folks want to redecorate their house, now is the time to do it! There is some really good quality art here that folks can get for a good price. It benefits the Fort, and of course the artist,” said Bludhart.
The show will be open Tuesday-Saturday, 10-4, and Sunday, 1:30 – 4:30. Closed Mondays.