Deep in the Art

It’s a Lot of Bull!

Chipping away at a stucco-covered wall is no fun, but it’s worth the work if…

The Tallest Lighted Art Piece in Texas

Driving into downtown Odessa one sees a bright white object rising from the flat landscape…

The History of Water Color in Texas

It’s a stretch, but if one thinks about the first watercolor paintings in Texas, one…

Albany’s Old Jail Art Center

Today, the Old Jail Art Center in Albany is known for names like Pablo Picasso,…

Billy the Kid Breakout Show

Billy the Kid was one of several aliases, but he was born Henry McCarty in1859. McCarty’s…

Putting Words to Photographs

When you step onto the grounds of Fort McKavett, you are met with a sense…

Alpine’s Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering

“There’s a hundred years of history,And a hundred before thatAll gathered in the thinkin’Goin’ on…

Talking Tombstones

In 1955, Corpus Christi police were on guard against people digging at the historic Old…

Poetry keeps cowboy heritage, values alive

Perhaps, no figure in the world is more iconic than the American cowboy. Working cowboys…

PAGEANTRY In a vividly colored scene (above) from the Easter Pageant of Junction, high priests pass judgment on Jesus.

Calvary in the Hill Country

Viewing the site, it’s easy to imagine a rocky, brush-strewn hill outside Jerusalem. Looking up,…