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The Art of Fredericksburg: 175 Years Temporary Exhibit

Image: Czarnowski, Norbert. Water Color of the Admiral Nimitz Gallery at the National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg.
May 8, starting at 9am
311 East Austin St. at the George Bush Temporary Gallery
Free Admission

The Art of Fredericksburg: 175 Years will feature more than 50 original pieces of artwork from well-known artists from the Fredericksburg area of the Texas Hill Country. The nearly 30 artists chosen for this exhibition span 175 years from Fredericksburg’s founding to the present day. Among the early artists are Seth Eastman, an Army officer stationed at Fort Martin Scott, and German-born Hermann Lungkwitz, and Richard Petri. Later artists include Lee Ethel, Phil Bob Borman and sculptor Jonas Perkins. The exhibit is presented as part of Fredericksburg’s 175th Anniversary Celebration. Artworks are on loan from Texas museums such as McNay Art Museum and The Witte Museum, and from private collections.

Exhibit Starts May 8th, 2021 & Ends September 19, 2021

Admission is to this exhibit is free and does not require a museum ticket.

Image: Czarnowski, Norbert. Water Color of the Admiral Nimitz Gallery at the National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg.