Doris Webb has an eye-popping floral up at Texas Artists Museum, but she’s got her eye on something else.
“There’s a painting of a cowboy I’d love to have,” Webb, president of the Nederland Art Guild, said.
“We really have some good work,” she said of guild images on display through August.
Cowboys and Native Americans, water birds and cypress swamps of Southeast Texas culture have been drawn and painted with colorful detail by guild members who take pride in their continuing art education through member classes.
This year’s show has something new, digital photos on canvas, Webb said.
Art lovers visiting Port Arthur should also visit Museum of the Gulf Coast for history and art. Joelle Smith Ford’s “Gumbo Girl” collages will be up from Aug. 12-Sept. 16. Whimsical, mixed-media collages recall her youth in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana in the ‘50s.