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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Briana Brown

I specialize in: Crafts, Painting, Drawing, Sculpture/3D

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I am an independent, starving artist that's self-taught and eager to improve. I'm not one for a specific style or medium, I like to try anything from wood burning, painting, watercolor, sculpting, writing, or jewelry ect.

Peggy Browning

I specialize in: Literary Arts, Publishing and Writing Presentations, Book Readings at Schools and Libraries

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I like to tell stories. I am an author and publisher. I write, design, and illustrate my books and stories, and then publish my work through my publishing imprint, 8th Street Press. Since 2014, I have created and published 9 books of my own. I also published 15 books for other Texoma-based writers.

I graduated from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, with a degree to teach elementary education and sociology, but pursued 4 career paths: teacher, social worker, fundraiser, and freelance journalist. I also gained insight into our human experience through a plethora of “jobs”. All paths diverged, but I eventually came back to my original purpose of telling stories.
I started the Texoma Indie Authors Group for writers in the northern Texas and southern Oklahoma area. I worked with the Wichita Falls Public Library to present National Indie Authors Day in 2018 and 2019.
In August 2020, I developed my publishing imprint, 8th Street Press. Upcoming projects for 2022 and 2023 include an artist residency at a Wichita County non-profit organization and the production of a photography book.
I present classes on writing "your story" and on basics of self-publishing. I am available to do presentations of my work for schools and libraries.

Jeremy Caldwell

I specialize in: Illustration, Animation, Comic Art

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Born and raised in Wichita Falls, Caldwell started drawing in 3rd grade. Caldwell started off with Garfield, Calvin and Hobbs, and Ninja Turtles, and today, he primarily draws comic book genre art. He says if he can brighten someone's day with something he has drawn, it's all worth it.

Anthony Campos

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

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Anthony David Campos aka Mister X.I.M. is an Artist born in Los Angeles, CA. He currently resides in Wichita Falls, TX as of 2021. He’s had a talent for Art since 1994, and although he had a talent for it he
never took advantage of his skill until 2016, which he’s been working on and pursuing passionately ever since. The medium he currently works on is oil paints which he loves and enjoys. He uses different techniques, such as glazing and wet on wet to create his work.

Although he’d like to say he was born with this creativity, he is a self-taught painter, but gives most of the credit to his mother from watching her create. He has also learned a lot from watching Robert Peterson, an Artist based out in Lawton, Oklahoma. He’s had other inspirations as well, such as Monica Ikegwu, Floyd Strickland, and Kahinde Wiley.

He’s passionate about spreading a message to the world that will uplift mankind to spread love, unity, kindness, care, ambition, and positivity. He believes the ultimate way to do that is to show it through yourself first, one person at a time. His goal is to make a huge impact on every individual’s life he comes across in hopes of creating a smile and friendship.

Katelynn Coker

I specialize in: Crafts, Painting, Drawing

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A self- taught artist, embarked on my creative journey at the tender age of 8. After a hiatus, I found solace and inspiration in art during my battle with endometriosis, channeling my strength and resilience into captivating creations that tell stories of both pain and triumph.

Scotty Coppage

I specialize in: Literary Arts, Media Arts

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It started out with love notes to my babysitter and letters to George Lucas. It then became writing short stories about Indiana Jones’s nephew Alabama Jones as a kid. It continued through journalism classes and papers in college. Even as a teacher, trying to foster a love for writing or at least being able to use a comma in a STAAR essay. I published a book about teaching and building relationships called "Silver Bullet Classroom Management." My whole life I’ve been a writer, storyteller. After 13 years of teaching, I left the classroom to bet on my writing, my podcast and myself. A coming age tale at 40 years old amidst a pandemic.

I participated in Storytellers for Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas and wrote “Pet of the Month” features for Wichita Falls Neighbors with the hopes of turning all these foster dog stories into a book. I’ve grown my writing through Writers League of Texas courses in Memoir, taught a class for teens about creativity, and help others with their writing.

Going to the movies has always been a sanctuary. I even proposed at the Alamo Drafthouse. My wife and I have a podcast called Mac N Cheese Movies where we cook a dish in the film or related to the film, watch the movie and talk about both. The podcast has grown through the Artist Development Program. I got a website off the ground for the podcast. There have been tie-ins with regional museums to promote their exhibitions. In 2022, I was able to go to Podcast Movement, a conference for podcasting to learn, network and grow Mac N Cheese Movies. At over 100 episodes and a website, I’m ready to see what this baby can do.

I am a mixed media artist who has been exhibited in the Memento Show from 2020-2022.

In 2022, I did an artist residency about Booker T. Washington High School, helping Brenda Jarrett with her book on the school and East Side of Wichita Falls. I recorded interviews and helped set up some organization to help bring her work to life.

Writing, podcasts and art were always side hustles, hobbies and long shots. 2020 made me recalibrate what I want out of my life and it’s to take things off the backburner that I’m passionate about.

Julie Cordova

I specialize in: Photography

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Hello! I am a photographer based in Wichita Falls. I can photograph just about any occasion (excluding weddings). I specialize in portraits, headshots, product, and branding. Portraits include families, children, maternity, and high school seniors. Headshots can be as corporate or casual as you need. I'd love to work with you! Please contact me with any questions.

Jacobi Creations

I specialize in: Photography

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We’re Ben and Ashlee Jacobi of Jacobi Creations! What is Jacobi Creations, you might ask? A good answer to this would be that we are a pair of nature enthusiasts who aim to inspire the next generation of outdoor photographers, nature enthusiasts, and conservation-minded individuals. We achieve this by providing the sale of original, high-quality photographic work for individuals and businesses; offering education through tutorials and photography workshops; and by informing the community of "leave no trace" and eco-friendly principles. Our love for nature is our passion, and it is the driving force behind our artistic creations.

Katie Crosbie Holland

I specialize in: Literary Arts

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Katie Crosbie Holland is a true Wichita Falls enthusiast! She moved here in 2007 for a reporting job at KFDX and fell in love with this friendly, welcoming community. Getting to share people’s stories for five years was one of her greatest honors. Next, her career took her to the pharmaceutical industry, where she spent a decade in sales, training, and project management. Katie met her husband, Doug, while he was in pilot training at Sheppard Air Force Base. They spent several years in Florida, but now they’re thrilled to be back in the land of “blue skies, golden opportunities!” Doug is now a T-6 instructor at Sheppard.

Katie’s debut children’s book, “Reach the Magic,” will be released in August/September ( It’s a fun, heartwarming story that celebrates the power of giving someone a chance, the lasting impact of teachers, and the beauty of unexpected friendship. It also weaves in themes of inclusion and literacy. Katie is passionate about inspiring kids to work hard to achieve their dreams, and about celebrating the stories that bind us together.

Willetta Crowe

I specialize in: Photography

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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.

Morgan Dayley

I specialize in: Dance, Opera, Music, Theatre, Arts Education

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Morgan likes to do lots of theatre in all facets: she has previously played The Baker's Wife in Into the Woods, Morticia in The Addams Family, and most recently played Jeannie in The Great American Trailer Park Musical at Backdoor Theatre, where she is Board Chair. Favorite directing and choreography projects include Nelly Don the Musical at the Crown Center in Kansas City, My Fair Lady, Spring Awakening, and The Great American Trailer Park Musical. Morgan loves serving her community, and is currently matched with a Little at Cunningham Elementary. Morgan is very passionate about arts education, and is the Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre and Acting at Midwestern State University, Texas. Keep up with her at

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.