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The Alliance is developing an Artist Roster, a database (including artists bios, areas of expertise and contact information) of area artists and art education professionals to build a broad and culturally diverse database of artists and arts entrepreneurs in our community.
The Alliance Artists Roster is being developed as a service to schools, libraries, arts organizations, event organizers, businesses and other service providers in our area who often want to engage creative folks and artists to work with them. And of course – we want to bring more visibility to the artists who live and work in our community!
We are open to include any area artist who feels they have arts experiences to share, as long as they provide the necessary information and can define what they have to offer.
To submit your information – or to let us know of artists in the community that we should include, contact is at firstname.lastname@example.org or click the button below.
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I currently attend Midwestern State University as an Art Major. I have been dancing for 6 years focusing on jazz, tap, ballet, hip hop, modern, and lyrical dance. I also have been vocally trained for 15 years. I am always eager to teach and work with others to help them find their inner artist. I currently train with the Wichita Falls Youth Ballet and actively audition for shows at both Backdoor Theatre and Wichita Theatre.
Hello! My name is Lauren I am going to school for Printmaking and Graphic Design. I hope to one day to open a print and design shop called Black Cat Printmaking Co. I do darker mixed with pretty for my prints as well as custom Design work. I am currently exploring t-shirt printing and building up my portfolio. I also run a photography business on the side: https://www.facebook.com/lsahphotos/
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I was raised in Henrietta/Clay County, TX. While working in West Texas for the Boy Scouts of America, I started telling my family about all of the ghost towns and cool abandoned things that were around. My parents asked that I start taking pictures and bought me a cheap digital camera. Everyone started saying "wow, you've got a great eye". Since that time in 2003, I have purchased better equipment and learned more and more about techniques, editing and just photography in general.
I call my style rusty and crusty. I mostly take photos of landscapes, abandoned things like cars, trucks, barns and houses and occasionally a few animals. Our society today likes to throw things away and go get something new. With that, we are getting rid of a lot of old things that are still around. These old cars, barn and houses are being torn down to make room for new houses or to "pretty up" the property. I endeavor to capture these abandoned things before they are gone and although I may not know their story, I have at least captured them for future generations to see what it was like.
Michael A. Mitchell
Howling Coyote Photography
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I do pictorial carving on leather mostly in 3D. That is I take pictures and put them on leather. I have had no training in this procedure. I have won Best of Show at the East Texas Fair with a 3ft. by 5ft. reproduction of the Lord's Supper. I can usually take most pictures and put them on leather.
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Paul began his work in leather craft as a Boy Scout with belts, billfolds and purses. He ventured on into pictorial carving on leather and the art of making his pictures 3D. Paul is completely self taught. He says that his master piece is a 3 by 5 foot reproduction of the Lord's Supper. The wood grain pattern that is on most of his pictures was developed by him. Recently Paul has starting doing landscapes in which the trees leaves have texture, animals have hair, and fallen logs have bark. He is constantly challenging himself to develop other techniques.
I am a pen and ink artist living in Wichita Falls, TX. My artwork is licensed by Art Licensing International and will be on t-shirts, prints and canvases sometime soon. On the agent website my art is under the name Siobhan. Locally known as Sherry, I work as an attendance clerk at Barwise Middle School but hope sometime soon to be a full time artist.
Steve Hilton earned his MFA in Ceramics at Arizona State University in 2005. He also holds an MS in Art Education, and a BS in Geology from Missouri State University. His work has been placed into the permanent collections of museums, universities and individuals in the United States, Thailand, Australia, Austria, Portugal, China, Japan, Canada, Korea, Germany, Romania and Cuba. He has been juried into numerous international and national exhibitions in conjunction with curated solo shows in the United States. Steve currently is a full time ceramics and art education faculty member at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX and serves on the board of NCECA (The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) as the Steward of the Board. He was recently made a Fellow of NCECA.
Graduated from Texas State Technical Institute 1980
30+ years of experience as a professional photographer
Numerous courses, classes, workshops and seminars
Inspired Visions Exhibit - Kemp Center for the Arts
From Different Points of View - Kemp Center for the Arts
Culture Music Art Crossroads (CMAX)
Cowboy True 2012 & 2013, 2015 (First Place) 2016 (Third Place)
Love of Nature
Kemp Center Photography Exhibition 2009
Wichita Falls Art & Literature Review WFLAR
Photography Exhibit - Breckenridge Fine Art Center
Wichita Falls Art Association Artists to Watch 2014 (Third Place)
Wichita Falls Art Association Photography Exhibit (First Place)
Wichita Falls Travel Center
Art Displayed in:
Homes of a few collectors
McDonalds on Holliday
WF Art Association Gallery
WF Times Record News
Facebook/Photos By Torin Halsey
City of Wichita Falls Offices
Photos by Torin
#1 Swenson Circle
Wichita Falls, TX 76308
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I have always said that one man's trash is another man's treasure. I enjoy taking old junk items and bringing them back to life as art. This all started as a way to help raise money for local benefits, now I create full time. TRASH to TREASURES allows me to work while I spend time with my family, and still donate to the community.
Urissanna has earned a B.F.A. in Radio/TV/Film and a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership. She currently serves the Wichita Falls ISD as a 5th grade science teacher. She is a professional educator, motivational speaker, performer, and personal life coach with over 20 years of experience working with individuals, schools, colleges, and community groups to further their personal and organizational goals. As an elementary educator, Urissanna has developed curriculum, mentored teachers, and trained teachers in best practices. She worked in institutional advancement as a director of public relations for a college. Urissanna has keynoted for colleges, schools, and organizations across Texas. Her love for performance has led her to establish her own theatre company. Urissanna’s unique repertoire includes a variety of theatrical and musical stylings. She is most passionate about inspiring others to recognize and actualize their full potential while living and loving life. Urissanna desires to inspire each individual to use their gifts and talents to live their passion so that they could reach their individual natural potential.