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Old Bakery & Emporium presents Hidden Heartbeat of Earth & Texas, an art exhibit that combines strong influences of nature, Texas, and sounds created from earth components.

Artists featured include Jan Knox, who paints her love of Nature influenced by her training as a geologist and her many travels; E. M. Sutherland, who uses pen & ink, watercolor, pastels, pencils, and a combination media in his paintings to represent the subjects that are part of the scenes of Texas; Pamela Elbaum, who uses clay of the earth, drawing on all the elements and made workable with water; dried by air; made permanent through fire.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition runs until June 2.

Old Bakery & Emporium presents Hidden Heartbeat of Earth & Texas, an art exhibit that combines strong influences of nature, Texas, and sounds created from earth components.

Artists featured include Jan Knox, who paints her love of Nature influenced by her training as a geologist and her many travels; E. M. Sutherland, who uses pen & ink, watercolor, pastels, pencils, and a combination media in his paintings to represent the subjects that are part of the scenes of Texas; Pamela Elbaum, who uses clay of the earth, drawing on all the elements and made workable with water; dried by air; made permanent through fire.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition runs until June 2.

Old Bakery & Emporium presents Hidden Heartbeat of Earth & Texas, an art exhibit that combines strong influences of nature, Texas, and sounds created from earth components.

Artists featured include Jan Knox, who paints her love of Nature influenced by her training as a geologist and her many travels; E. M. Sutherland, who uses pen & ink, watercolor, pastels, pencils, and a combination media in his paintings to represent the subjects that are part of the scenes of Texas; Pamela Elbaum, who uses clay of the earth, drawing on all the elements and made workable with water; dried by air; made permanent through fire.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition runs until June 2.

WHEN

WHERE

The Old Bakery and Emporium
1006 Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701
http://www.austintexas.gov/obemporium

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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