L-r, front row: John Maskey, Kathleen Cook, Steve Kriechbaum, Joyce Barton, Dusty Pendleton and Mark Jackson.
Back row: Terri McAshan, Edith Maskey and Patty Thomas.
An exhibit by “Heritage Artists” will be among the new features at the 42nd Annual Texas Arts & Crafts Fair, Sept. 28-29 at the Hill Country Arts Foundation.
This invitation-only special exhibit will be indoors at the foundation’s Duncan-McAshan Gallery. Invited exhibitors include regional artists who have a historical connection to the arts and crafts fair and to the Hill Country Arts Foundation.
Headliners include watercolorist Edith Maskey of Comfort and goldsmith Fred Stockbauer of Wimberley, both of whom exhibited at the first fair, held in 1972 on the Schreiner University campus in Kerrville.
Joining them are other creative notables such as Kathleen Cook and Joyce Barton of Kerrville, Dusty Pendleton of Bandera, Daryl Howard and Steve Kriechbaum, both of Austin, Terri McAshan of Lake Travis, John Maskey of Comfort and Patty Thomas and Mark Jackson of Ingram.
Hover over and click the images below to follow a link to a description of each artist.