New Kemp Center Art Exhibit Is Perfect For Country Folks
Some people think that cowboy boots and fine art don’t necessarily go well together.
I beg to differ!
Scoot your boots over to the Northlight Gallery at the Kemp Center For The Arts between now and September 24th and you’ll see what I mean.
The Chisholm Trail Art Association is made up of art lovers from Montague County. They first got together in January of 2007 in the old jailhouse building in Montague, Texas, with the goal of identifying both area visual artists and the kinds of art that they were producing. From that beginning emerged the Chisolm Trail Art Association, a group of photographers, oil painters, sculptors, glass workers, acrylic and pastel artists, watercolorists, sketch artists, 3-D artists, computer artists and even novelists.
You can see some of their work in the Northlight Gallery at the Kemp Center for the Arts. There is no charge to tour the Kemp Center, and they’re open from 9 – 5 Monday through Friday and from 10 – 4 on Saturdays.
The Chisholm Trail Art Association exhibit is currently open and will run through Saturday, September 24th.