The Alliance has developed an Artist Roster, a database (including artists’ biographies, 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 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!

The Artist Roster is open to 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 us at or click the button below.

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Joel Abeyta

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I am a musician, songwriter, photographer, filmmaker, writer, visual artist, and experimenter in anything I can get my hands on. I graduated from MSU with a major in photography but spent a lot of time in ceramics, drawing, and printmaking. I love a good story. My dad is an amazing storyteller so in some way, the core of all my interests is the desire to tell a good story.

Marie Alaniz

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I am an art therapy teacher in a forensic psychiatric hospital. Art has always been a part of my life though never as deeply and as healing as with my current job. In the past I mainly stayed with using graphite and colored pencil for portrait work. In the recent 5 years I have branched out to different mediums as well as getting into abstract painting. I painted around 15 murals/wall art for the North Texas State Hospital Juvenile facility. I would like to get more involved in art culture and mural work with the community.

Sierra Archer

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From murals to crocheting, I like to keep myself busy creating! Self-taught artist from OKC who loves working with traditional mediums such as ink, fibers, pencil, chalk pastels, but favorite being oil pastel.

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Jesse Baggett

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I received my BFA with Teacher Certification from Midwestern State University in 2014. For four years I taught high school art. I specialize in ceramic sculpture, painting, and printmaking. In my imagery, I use local wildlife to reflect upon art history, various cultures, society, and relationships.

Lizca Bass

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Caribbean Artist in Texas.

Joshua Bradley

I specialize in: Painting, Segmented woodturning, Silversmithing and Lapidary

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As long as I can remember I have always been drawn to art and handmade objects. As young person I spent hours and hours drawing, taking apart discarded objects and building with Lego blocks. I also loved visiting the library. Often times I would take home books on art, animals, machines and other sorts. I would often wander up and down the aisle looking for books that would catch my eye. One such book was “The Living Tradition of Maria Martinez”. I was fascinated by her and her family’s pottery. Years later after working as a carpenter and bringing home scrap pieces of exotic woods. I decided to try segmented woodturning.

I especially love western and Southwest art in all its forms. My leather work, drawing and Oil paintings, my lapidary and silverwork all are heavily influenced from that love to a heavy degree.

Katie Britt

I specialize in: Graphic Design, Muralist/Public Art, Painting, Drawing, Face Painter

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Katie has painted three of the statue "Mane Event" horses in Wichita Falls and has two more on the way as of March 2022. She loves many different mediums and is currently focused on face painting and providing a little magic to each customer - big or small.

She loves using acrylic, watercolor, and ink to create portraits of people and pets.

For over 25 years, she has utilized her skill as a graphic designer to elevate brands, design eye-catching advertising/print material, and social media posts.

Quanah Parker Burgess

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Quanah Parker Burgess is a fourth-generation Comanche artist named for his maternal great-great Grandfather, Quanah Parker, the last chief of his people. Burgess is from the Quahada (Antelopes or Antelope Eaters) and Penateka (Wasps) Band of Comanches. He is also proud of his Kiowa, Cheyenne, & Hispanic Heritage.

Quanah feels being exposed to different tribes and cultures has greatly influenced his art. His family settled in New Mexico, where he graduated high school. His professional career began in 1996, after selling his first painting at the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA. Quanah's paintings are a reflection of his tribal heritage and history. The work and techniques of Native artists inspire and influence his work.

He currently exhibits his work in numerous galleries throughout the United States.

Jeremy Caldwell

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Animation/comic art.

Willetta Crowe

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Willetta Crowe is a photographer working in the rural corners of Texas. Her work celebrates nature, community, and a disappearing way of life in Texas. She developed an eye for visual storytelling through her 25-year career as an English teacher and during her time as a graphic artist in the heyday of the Times-Record News.

She was awarded Best of Show in the 2015 State Fair of Texas photography contest, as well as, second place in landscapes that year. In 2016, she placed first in SFOT people category, and in 2014 honorable mention in SFOT landscapes.

Most recently two photographs were selected to be a part of Texas Photography Society’s 2018 FotoTexas II Show in Alpine, Tx, and 31st Annual Members’ Only Show in Austin.

Chloe Dewberry

I specialize in: Painting

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I am a recent Midwestern State University graduate. I completed my degree with a BFA-TC and my emphasis was painting. Now, I am seeking to further my art career and take hold of opportunities that will aid me in doing so. My art is usually focused on BIPOC people and their voices. Yet, as someone who is also a part of that community, I also share my own voice in my works as well. I also speak on the topic of mental health. I like using contrasting sets of colors such as greyscale versus vibrant pastel tones.