The public is invited to a reception and awards presentation recognizing winners of the Lake Country Art Show from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday at the Old Post Office Museum and Art Center.

 Cindy Parker, chairman of the art show, said that she had received 91 entries from artists, which includes those in addition to entries from Graham Art Guild and Graham Photography Club.

"We are thrilled to have entries from Coleman, Weatherford, Granbury, Glen Rose, and numerous towns in North Texas," Parker said. "We hope that anyone who wants to buy art will also come."

All the work will be discounted by 10 percent and include landscapes, portraits, photography, sculpture and more. The LCAS is the longest continually running art show in the immediate area.
Terry Loetz of Eliasville, judge of the 2013 Lake Country Art Show, offers evaluations on entries Monday at the Old Post Office Museum and Art Center.
Terry Loetz of Eliasville, judge of the 2013 Lake Country Art Show, offers evaluations on entries Monday at the Old Post Office Museum and Art Center. Cindy Parker, left, Graham Art Guild president, invites the public to the reception and show Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. (Photo by Gay Storms)


For more information, call OPOMAC Director Marlene Edwards at (940) 549-1470.



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