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June Adler
represented by CatchLight Art Gallery,
117 W. Holland Ave., Alpine
432 837-9422 •
Contemporary watercolors, collages, mixed media, jewelry, short stories, plays: signature member of National Watercolor Society.

Crystal Allbright
P.O. Box 121, Terlingua
432-386-0906 •

Jeanne E. Amis
The Quilted Rose, 418 W. Texas, Marfa
432-729-3332 •
Specializes in hand built pottery and baskets inspired by the Far West Texas and Southwestern cultures. Studio open by appointment.

Valerie Arber
128 East El Paso St., Marfa
432-729-3981 •
Internationally exhibited artist working on paper with non-representational, geometric patterns. Open by appointment.

Keri Artzt
Lone Star Studio, 109 N. 14th, Alpine
Traditional leaded custom stained glass windows for your home, church or as a gift. Classes three times a year.

Shelley Atwood
CatchLight Art Gallery, 117 W Holland Ave, Alpine,
432-837-7122 •  •
Recognized by the Texas Commission on the Arts as a Texas Original Artist and featured on an episode of Texas Country Reporter; Shelley creates polymer clay jewelry with an earthy, ethnic, bohemian flair. Shows at CatchLight Art Gallery. Zoom classes and private online tutoring.


Wayne Baize
Cowboy Artists of America 
450 Smith Coffey Rd., Fort Davis
432-426-3796 •

Christina Baker
Christina’s World
#5 Lajitas Boardwalk, Lajitas
432-424-3250 •
Christina creates one of a kind jewelry pieces from simply elegant to the show stopping.

William R. Balch
Galeria Chisos, Terlingua
979.338.9468  •
I work in acrylics, gouache, and watercolor. The Chihuahuan Desert is my inspiration. The subtle, continuous changes of light and texture inspire an impressionistic style, particularly when painting en plein air. My art is representational, but I will exaggerate geometries and colors according to the way I interpret what I see. 

Tom Barnes
1308 West San Antonio, Marfa
205-454-9278 •
Paintings: oil on panel and canvas

Mary Baxter
Marfa, 432-386-4041 •
Paints the landscapes, plants and creatures of the Big Bend in oils, and sculpts desert animals (and dogs and cats) in wire and other material.

Diane Baylor
HC 65 Box 14Y, Alpine
432-364-2609 •
Genuine semi-precious stones with sterling silver wire wrapping. Shows at Gallery on the Square.

Terry Biegler
Rockingbird Studio, Fort Davis
Original designs in stained glass, wire-wrapped stone jewelry, acrylics, digital photography, graphics.  Showing at CatchLight Art Gallery.

Marie Blazek
Blazek Clay Arts
106 W. Washington, Marfa,
512-988-0034 •  •
Marie Blazek is a clay artist working with an eclectic mix of engraved images of deities, nostalgic images such as Airstreams and jukeboxes, or natural images such as ravens and mountains. She established a studio in Marfa, Texas, but now spends most of her creative hours back in Bastrop at her studio there.

Camp Bosworth
A sculpture and painter living and working in Marfa, Texas. His work can be seen at Wrong Marfa in Marfa.

Danilea Bottenfield
Painted Feather Gallery, 169 Ivey Rd,
PO Box 109, Terlingua
432-294-4574 • •
Acrylic paintings of the birds and wildlife of the world. As well as landscapes, pet portraits and still lifes . I have also published a coloring book for all ages, available in the gallery. Commission work welcome.

Ginny Brotherton
P.O. 1756, Alpine
817-253-7477 •
Beader, wire-wrapper, fused glass & fine silver, bronze and copper clay artist. Showing at Catchlight Art Gallery.

Judith Brueske
432-837-5353 •
Paintings and other regionally inspired art works. Work is displayed at Gallery On The Square, and at Ocotillo Enterprises.

David and Susanna Busey
La Azteca, 109 W. Holland Ave., Alpine
432-837-1882 •
European trained gold and silversmith specializing in original jewelry creations and collectable vintage and contemporary Taxco silver.


Alberto Cavazos
P.O. Box 891, 1609 Ted Street, Alpine
956-874-5173 •
Master Pen Turner specializing in fine handwriting instruments made of exotic woods, acrylic, deer antler, spent rifle shells, and snake skin. Associated with Gallery on the Square in Alpine. 

LeAna Clifton
P.O. Box 12, Marfa •

Whitney Coffman
805 E. Holland Ave. #102, Alpine
432-244-7088  •
Prismacolor and raku artist. Showing at Gallery on the Square, Alpine, Texas.

Bettye Cook
Lubbock TX
Old Spanish Trail Gallery  •  432.249.1968  •

Esther Cordova
606 E. Avenue E, Alpine
I do portraits, landscapes and sunsets.  Most of my work is done in oils, watercolors, acrylics or pencil.  Featured artist at Los Jalepenos in Alpine.

Gretchen Lee Coles
P.O. Box 1636, Marfa
432-729-4702 • •
Sculptor and cartographer, with mapping in site specific installations.
109 North Highland Ave in the Brite Building, behind Ayn Foundation.  Studio window installation in the alley between Oak Street and Texas Street. Best after dark. Hours: Window installation available 24 hours a day.

Larry Crawford
Hammerfest Forge Metalwork Studio
2400 FM 1703, Alpine
830-613-7404 • 
Artisan made ironwork for homes, businesses and churches.

Richard D. Curtin
P.O. Box 1623, Alpine
214-450-7659 •  •
Oil portraiture and plein air of the big bend region described as realistic in abstract non-local color. Come to Catchlight Gallery and check out his cows. Exhibits at the Catchlight Gallery, 117 W. Holland Avenue, Alpine.

Patsy Culver
PO Box 1861, Alpine,
972-977-1670 •
Pastel Landscapes in this region but other beautiful places, Graphite figure and portaiture, and anything in Oil. Showing at Gallery on The Square, Alpine, Texas.

Tom Curry
Curry Gallery, 104 West Murphy, Alpine
432-837-9422 •
A nationally known illustrator turned painter and sculptor. Large format paintings in acrylic. Prints of works available in various sizes. Shows at Curry Gallery. 


​Bill Davis
42417 State Hwy 17, Fort Davis
Sculptor, potter, and metals/jewelry. Portraits in bronze. Work displayed in collections throughout the Midwest and Southwest; exhibits include Museum of the North American Indian, Custer, SD and Trappings of Texas, Sul Ross University.

John B. Davis, Alpine
432-294-3956 •
Self taught artist and photographer. From Michigan, has been a resident of Alpine since 2007. Showing at Judy’s Bread & Breakfast as well as Alpine Public Library. Building bird houses is his latest passion, using repurposed materials, houses can serve as homes for birds or as yard art. Work can be seen at Murphy St. Mercado.

John T. Davis, Alpine
Alpine native John T. Davis studied art education at Sul Ross State University, where he earned an M. Ed. in 1980. He now sells his pottery to galleries and gift shops across the United States, including the Renwick Museum Store at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Nancy Davis
Davis Mountains Studio, Fort Davis
Primarily works in oil with heavy texture and vibrant colors. Favorite subjects to paint include hummingbirds, Native Americans and landscapes. 

Pat Davitt
Fort Davis
713-560-1970 •
Fine Art Landscape Photography.

Katelyn Betsill Del Vecchio
Follow on Instagram: @kbpaint
Primarily a self taught painter, Katelyn’s creativity was fostered by her Grandmother as a young child, but it wasn’t until adulthood
following the move to the rural town of Alpine, Texas in the wild and vast Chihuahuan desert that her study of oil painting truly began. Mainly a western figurative & landscape painter, Betsill believes in painting what is familiar to her, featuring western landscapes and figures that reflect her own experiences working in, and with, the land. She has been featured in nationally circulated magazines Southwest Art Magazine and Western Art Collector and was named one of ’21 under 31 Young Artists to Collect Now’ in Southwest Art Magazine in 2022. Katelyn was a featured artist and top 10 finalist in Western Gallery’s ‘New Western Talent” 2020, and selected as an emerging artist in Fort Worth’s Main Street Festival, ranked #3 nationally. She is currently represented by Parsons Gallery of the West in Taos, New Mexico.

Mary Diesel
Camelot Studio, Las Cruces, NM
432-294-0771 • •
Chihuahuan desert artist working in water media and clay. Watercolor instruction and exhibitions in home gallery, Camelot Studio. Member, former VP, Big Bend Arts Council. Former facilitator of Terlingua Visual Arts; lived in the Terlingua area for 24 years. Member and workshop facilitator, Dona Ana Arts Council in Las Cruces. Member, New Mexico Watercolor Society – Southern Chapter. 

Donna Dittmann
101 Tony’s Pass, Fort Davis
225-772-2711 • •
Artwork inspired by nature. Original drawings and paintings (mixed media) on various substrates (art papers, wood, including clothing and lampshades), photography, and digital art (limited edition prints and commissions) – each piece captures the essence of the unique fauna of the Southwest.

Catherine Rose Dove
432-249-0569 • •
Photography and traditional pencil/graphite of western drawings; also, commission work, limited edition prints, and cards are available.
Catherine’s work can be viewed at Price Gallery in Valentine, Nebraska, Bread and Breakfast in Alpine on occasion as well as The Gallery On The Square in Alpine, Texas.

Tony Drewry  Instagram @beerpedaler 
Photography/Visual Artist

Lanna Duncan
PO Box 1339, Fort Davis
432-940-8104 •
Lanna owns Cactus Fountain Studio, a working studio for four artists as well as a gallery.  She paints in oils and pastel.  She is inspired by the desert landscapes of West Texas and the beaches of Malibu where she and her husband spend part of the year.  Lanna has no formal art training but credits much of her knowledge to the other artists in her studio whose work she admires.


Anne Eckley
P.O. Box 807, Alpine
Pastels. Old Spanish Trail Gallery  •  432.249.1968  •

Teresa Elliott
432-364-2792 • •
Award winning and widely published artist painting oils of Texas Longhorns. Exhibits in leading galleries in Wyoming, New Mexico and Texas. Locally at Gallery on the Square & Kiowa Gallery in Alpine.

Marjie Erkkila
110 Squaw Valley, Fort Davis
Award winning precious metal and gemstone jeweler, sculptor in stone and bronze, photographer, lapidary arts. Has shown at the Kentucky Derby Museum after an international competition. Published in internationally distributed magazines. Shows exclusively at Catchlight Art Gallery.

James Evans
Evans Gallery
Four doors down from The Gage Hotel, Marathon
512.560.8269 / 
Fine Art Silver Gelatin, Large Panoramic, and Digital Photographs shot and printed by 30-year Marathon resident James H. Evans and author of “Big Bend Pictures” (black & white photos of Big Bend’s people and landscape), and “Crazy From the Heat.” James and his work have been featured in Texas Monthly Magazine, and his work is collected by major museums in Texas. The Gallery is also the home of Desert Critter Wear – images of desert critters on shirts, dresses and pillow cases. 


Carol H. Fairlie
Fairlie Fine Arts
402 N. 6th Street, Alpine
432-294-1313 • •
Carol Attended the Penna. Academy of Fine Arts and received her MFA from Univ. of N. Tex. Nationally recognized watercolorist, her photorealist paintings of glass reflections and large-scale oils of grand hotel interiors are easily recognized. Work is displayed at Catchlight Gallery and Fairlie Fine Arts Studio, 402 N. 6th Street (by Appt.).

Beth Francell
PO Box 2176, Fort Davis
432-426-3236 •
Beth paints in soft pastel the vibrant colors of the landscapes, flora & fauna of the Davis Mountains.  She and husband Larry have called Fort Davis home for 25 years.  As a child she summered there with grandparents Lucy and Espy Miller and attended Mitre Peak Girl Scout Camp.  She shows her work at Cactus Fountain Studio/Gallery.

Bob & Jodie Freeman
Two Ravens Flutes, Marathon, Texas
Hand-crafted wooden Native American style flutes inspired by an original flute artifact
found by a Texas archaeologist. These flutes have evolved over thirty
years of flute-making into today’s instruments. Workshop and showroom in Marathon.
Visitors are encouraged to stop and watch the artists at work. Our work has been featured on Texas Country Reporter and in Texas Monthly Magazine.


Sharron Reed Gavin
P.O. Box 575, Terlingua
512-739-2212 • •
I studied Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin and have had my acrylic paintings included in group shows and have had several solo shows over the years. Since retiring in 2011, I spend more time working with mosaics, painting murals (residential and commercial) and primarily watercolours. I also make custom pieces of jewelry with gemstones and silver.

Kathy Gilles
Galeria Chisos, Terlingua
432.371.2100  •
Work includes stained glass mosaics, mixed media pieces incorporating repurposed items into stained glass windows, copper and sterling silver jewelry and also alcohol ink paintings. Her work can be seen at Galeria Chisos in Terlingua.

Voni Glaves
51146 S Highway 118, Alpine
432-371-2965 • •
Voni’s richly colored photocanvases and photographs of the people, flora and fauna of the Big Bend are displayed at Earth and Fire Gallery in the Ghostown of Terlingua. Her photographs and writing have been featured in the Big Bend Gazette and The Cenizo, as well as other local and national publications. 

Lori Griffin
Home base studio by appointment. Work includes memory windows, collages, paintings, photography, computer graphics, stained glass, and mixed media using recycled materials. You can see artwork at the Gallery on the Square at 115 W Holland Ave. Private message: follow @storyartworks   

Kathleen Griffith
808 N. 9th Street, Alpine
210.313.6189 •
Kathleen works in several mediums, including oil paintings, large mosaics and hand carved and painted tile work. Her mosaics are displayed as business and road signs in Ruidosa, TX and Chinati Hot Springs. Oil paintings are exhibited during Alpine Art Walk and galleries in Marfa and Alpine.

Rhyen Guanajuato
701 E. Ave. E, Alpine
602-400-6123 •

Antonio Guerrero
Becoming Fine Art
P. O. Box 361, Terlingua
432-371-2694 • •
Multimedia specializing in recycled and found object art

Debra F. Guerrero
Becoming Fine Art
P. O. Box 361, Terlingua
432-371-2694 • •
Specializing figurative and floral works in old world symbologies.


Sharon Haney
281-686-6882 •
Best known for vibrant use of color. Works mainly in soft pastel inspired by the Chihuahuan Desert landscape and surroundings, big Texas skies and the beautiful play of sunlight and shadow on people, places and things. Represented by CatchLight Art Gallery, Alpine, TX. Contact for more information. 

D. (Dottie) Estelle Harding
432-837-5353 •
Shown and studies in England, AZ; Various cities in Texas & N.M. Paintings in oil, weavings (primitive), found objects & mixed media composites.

Robert Haspel
301 E. Cavalry Rd., PO Box 2158, Fort Davis
713-557-4147 •
A retired professional photographer (a relic of the film era) I now pursue personal photography, and fully embrace digital. I show my images at Wild Rose Gallery in Fort Davis; often referring to my work as “somewhat different” due to its wide ranging subject matter and style. Ninety odd framed pieces, and a similar number of matted images are available at any one time. If you need encouragement to visit my gallery, check out the reviews on TripAdvisor. My hours are pretty much 10 to 5, 7 days a week. 

Kathy Haynes
Regional landscapes and portraiture. Pastels.

Jeff Hester
215 Highland Street 
Range Life paintings by Jeff Hester available at Ranch Candy Marfa.  Hours: Thursday and Friday 11-5; Saturday 10-6; Sunday 10-2.

​Emory Holman
803 N Harrison St., Alpine
432-386-8585  •
I have worked in acrylics, watercolor and oil pastel.  Most of my work these days is paper collage, which I love. I use old magazines for my pallet and literally paint with paper.  I enjoy creating  realism as well as abstract art. My work can be seen at Gallery on the Square, 115 W Holland Ave in Alpine,Texas.

Laurie Holman
P.O. Box 1233, Presidio 
Fine artist, drawings, pastels, painted ponies, equine art and murals.

Sam House
501 Limpia Canyon Trail, Fort Davis
432-426-2162 •
Oil and Pastel paintings of the Trans-Pecos region, Mexico, and other locations. Landscapes, old buildings, trees, flowers, and whatever interests him. Showing at the Gallery at Fort Davis Outfitters and The Cactus Fountain Studio in Fort Davis, Texas.

Brenda Hudson
Fort Davis
432-426-3353 •
Lived in the Big Bend (Fort Davis) since 2001. Paints in acrylics and pastels, does landscapes and abstracts. She sculpts in Davis Mountains clay she digs and processes herself. 2-D watermedia and 3-D pottery. Watermedia from representative to abstract and 3-D from local Davis Mountains clay.

Margaret Hughes
515 Cottonwood Creek Road, Alpine
432-364-2698 •
Potter and Watercolorist – Pottery includes functional and decorative pieces. Watercolors are mostly landscapes of the West with emphasis on atmosphere and color. 

Oliver Hughes
515 Cottonwood Creek Road, Alpine
432-364-2698 •
Potter – Variety of techniques and styles. Tends toward decorative as opposed to common understanding of functional. Experience making a variety of outdoor light sconces. 

Cynthia Hurayt
Represented by Gallery on the Square in Alpine, TX
Photographic art made with traditional darkroom and alternative processes.


Caleb Jagger •

Stephen G. Jones
Keenan, Oklahoma
​Old Spanish Trail Gallery  •  432.249.1968  •


E. Dan Klepper
Klepper Gallery, Marathon
432-386-6789 •  •
Klepper’s large scale, photography-based works printed on linen, canvas and paper and his sculptural assemblages explore the dynamics of the natural world. Klepper is also author and photographer for “100 Classic Hikes in Texas”, a full-color hiking guide to the states extensive trail network and a new release “Why the Raven Calls the Canyon”.

Alice Knight
Big Bend Art Studio, Terlingua
210-226-7220 •
A multi-media artist, I found Terlingua in 1979 and fell in love with the remote, rugged beauty, and built a business selling the things I love to make: acrylic paintings, watercolors, charcoal and pastel drawings, handmade paper, pottery, jewelry and music.

Frank Knight
Rimfire Forge, Marfa
432-559-4640 •
Bit and spur maker, silversmith/ engraver, blacksmith. Making one-of-a-kind bits, spurs, western style silver pieces, or forgings for the home.

Uta-Maria Krapf
1308 W. San Antonio, Marfa
205-349-1952 •
Paintings: acrylic and watercolor on muslin


Brenda Ladd
PO Box 486, Alpine, TX 79831
512-431-0977 • @BrendaLadd
Inspired by light, energy, grace, mystery and West Texas.   Photo-based art focuses on Nature as well as Musicians.  Professional portrait artist since 1980.  Teaching positions include:  University of Texas, Austin,TX, Rocky Mountain School of Photography, and many weekend workshops in her Austin Studio.  Official photographer at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival since 1982.  Creator of “LoveLights” and “LoveLamps.”  A grateful, new resident of Alpine since 2022. 

Maria LeJeune
Gallery On The Square
504 Tomahawk Trail, Fort Davis
432-426-3023  •
Gemstone jewelry including wire-wrapped pendants and wire crochet.

Willis LeJeune
Gallery On The Square
504 Tomahawk Trail, Fort Davis
432-426-3023  •
Willis works with unique wood pieces made by Nature and brings out the hidden beauty of different types of wood. Most are local specimens.

Lois Leofsky
102 Black Walnut, Alpine   
Working in acrylic, multi-media,  collage, digital collage. 

J.H. (Jim) Long

Hancock Hill Pottery, Alpine
432-664-0804 •
Artistic, functional and custom pottery.

Jackie Lugo
1000 Reimers, Alpine
718-869-6722 • •
A company that was organically born when one girl set out on a mission (with her cat) to find herself again. All of her creations are made by hand and with so much love that it translates into the beauty and uniqueness of each piece, she incorporates a piece of earth into each design. Stubborn by nature, she refuses to replicate anything, preferring to let each creation take it’s shape as it pleases.


Rachel Ann Manera
TONK, things ordinary not known
113 E. Holland Ave., Alpine
432-249-2205 • •
WHAT: A contemporary artist who combines the three dimensional with two, incorporating assemblages, film/video, performance and photography, into ephemeral, site-specific installations. WHO: Part anthropologist, part archeologist, part architect, part archivist, obsessed with the artifacts, data, history and landscape of the Big Bend country.

James A. Mangum
Award winning writer & folk artist-paintings and sculptures, mixed media, using recycled, scrap and found objects.

Jadene Mayla
Painted Feather Gallery, Terlingua Ghost Town and Galleria Chisos, Study Butte, Texas
626-344-0728 •  •
Recognized by Dr. Ibrahim Karim as creating “very effective” harmonically-resonant instruments of art and featured in the Port of Portland’s Natural Wonders exhibit, Jadene creates sculptures and jewelry in metal and fiber that employ the ancient spirtual science of Egypt to transmute electromagnetic radiation and open a harmonic gateway to co-creation with the sentient pattern architects of Nature.  Jadene also leads Zoom and private art therapeutic life coaching workshops.

Marshall McCall
515 East June Street, Alpine
432-837-5002 • •
Landscapes of West Texas scenes and animals as well as floral still lifes done in oil. Shows at Gallery on the Square in Alpine and The Gallery above the Drug Store in Fort Davis.

Tim McKenna
Tim McKenna Photography, Alpine
432-371-3171 • •
Tim McKenna is a 6th generation Texan who started his photography career when his Irish grandmother gave him is first camera at the age of 8. He worked as a professional photographer for Neiman Marcus in the Houston area starting in the 1970s.  Tim now concentrates on trying to capture the scenic grandeur and wildlife of the Big Bend Region.  Tim’s work is available for purchase at Gallery on the Square in Alpine, TX, at Marguerite’s Quilt Shop and at the Big Bend Resorts and Adventures Café in Terlingua, TX, as well as the Chisos Mountain Lodge in Big Bend National Park.

Jill D. Miller
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Ranches west of Valentine, TX. Landscapes, all aspects of ranch life and native Chihuahuan Desert residents are reflected in her photography. Jill’s Far West Texas Calendars feature photographs from the Big Bend area. Her photography can be seen online.

Mimi y Roberto Pottery
713-906-1514 • 
Handmade pottery by two local potters who have studied in Japan, Italy, and Canada.

Elizabeth Luna Mireles •
Striking vibrant flora and expressive portraits.

Jan Moeller
A representational watercolorist fascinated with the play of color in shadow and light. This expression of color is reflected in her work. Shows at CatchLight Art Gallery.

Glenn Moreland
206 Madrone, Fort Davis
Artist, wood carver, specializing in the humor of everyday cowboy life.

Patty Moreland
Cactus Fountain Studio
205 N State St, Fort Davis
512-627-5943 •
Traditional paintings, acrylic, watercolor, oil, from still life to landscapes.  Graduate of SWT Univ. Fine Arts, 1971. Stop in and visit the artist at her studio.

Mia Muratori
Building 98, PO Box 445, 705 West Bonnie Street, Marfa
302-494-3042, 432-729-1852  •
Mia Muratori studied painting at the Art Students League of New York with Robert Beauchamps and later received her MFA from the Univesity of Delaware. The artist has been awarded a travel grant from the China Bilateral Artist Exchange, a Carr Foundation Scholarship, an Artist Opportuity Grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts and a Patricia C. Philips New York Times Cultural Critic Competition Award. Muratori exhibits nationally and internationally.


Johanna Nelson
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Johanna studied Industrial Technology and Art at SRSU; she is currently working on her MBA, with a focus on Economics at UTEP. Ms. Nelson has lived in Alpine, Lajitas, and Parral, Chihuahua, MX over the past decade. She operated a student art gallery in Alpine for 4 yrs and has sold her art to clients all over the world for the past 10 yrs. Her main focus continues to lie in the unique shapes and structure of the Chihuahuan Desert. West Texas desert vistas are her inspiration throughout many of her landscapes.

Jean Northington
Fort Davis
Fine art photography & digital paintings of wildlife & landscapes in the Big Bend region.   Available at  Gallery on the Square in Alpine, The Paisano Hotel, Gage Hotel and at


Christine Olejniczak
512-496-7871 • •
Land-based and site-specific sonic compositions created with an emphasis on drawing and the sound of drawing. Drawings, videos, prints, installations and music. Natural born Fluxus interested in collaborations.

Cindy Olive
315 Carol Lane Midland, TX 79705
Stained glass artist creating moderate size panels from original designs. She incorporates her love of nature in many of the pieces, as well as creating some abstract patterns.  The artistic goal is to design unique pieces, blending the colors and textures of the glass, which will bring life to the finished product as the energy of light passes through them. Connected with Gallery on the Square (Alpine)

Tim Oliver
Lubbock, TX  •
Old Spanish Trail Gallery   •  432.249.1968  •


​Reeda Peel
972-740-0076 •
A retired archeologist (expertise in Native American rock art) represented by Catch Light Gallery. Art is based on historic research of Texas Indians.  

Jan Pierce
DMR, Fort Davis
817-713-8929 •
Acrylic, oil, and mixed media paintings. Up close and personal flowering cactus, rock stacks, boots, and the occasional animal. Shows at the Kiowa Gallery in Alpine.


Feather Radha
PO Box 2104, Alpine
Muralist painter in oils, acrylic and mixed media. Figures, landscapes, nature, magical realism. Work exhibited at Gallery on the Square, and shows by appointment.

Stylle Read
2217 E Hwy 67, Cleburne, TX
817-992-5035 •
Nationally recognized artist and notorious western muralist. Specializes in original, historically correct western recreations, such as Big Brewster & Ode to Reata, Alpine, historic mural of San Angelo and many others in the region.

Cathy Lynn Rhudy
66 North Largent Ranch Road, Fort Davis
432-249-1611  •
Cathy Rhudy, a retired educator, moved to Fort Davis to enjoy the slower pace of the Davis Mountains and the Big Bend Area.  She became involved in the flourishing art community and has enjoyed resuming a life-long love for painting.  As a pastel painter, she seeks to recreate the beautiful colors and hues that we encounter as we experience the beauty of the Big Bend area.  The blending of the colors across the page recalls God’s handiwork in nature and serves as an on-going reminder of His Blessings.  Cathy is a member of the Big Bend Art Association, Alpine, Texas, and exhibits her paintings at the Cactus Fountain Studio and Gallery, 205 North State Street, Fort Davis, Texas. 

Anne Roberts
Earth and Fire Gallery
635 Gate 7 Road, Terlingua
432-371-2135  •
I take nature and landscape photography. I am currently the guest artist at Earth and Fire Gallery. I have participated at ArtWalk.

Tim Roberts
P.O. Box 767, Fort Davis
Images of my artwork can be seen at;; or my ‘Tim Roberts’ Artworks’ Facebook page.
My artwork, whether in the form of paintings, scratchboard etchings, or drawings, is typically representational and most often reflects the landscape or cultural heritage of West Texas. The pieces are invitations to the viewer to participate in the ‘stories’ being illustrated, whether real or imagined. My artwork is represented at Catchlight Art Gallery, Alpine.

Roxa Robison
PO Box 555, Fort Davis
432.426.3343 •
Nature drawings in graphite, colored pencil, watercolor. Oil landscapes. Terracotta luminarias and clayworks. Owner, Old Spanish Trail Gallery and Museum at Crows Nest Ranch 20 minutes SW of Fort Davis, a working ranch established by her family in 1905.

Shelly G. Rogers
PO Box 1028, Alpine
432-294-1538 • •
Inspired by the beauty of the west and desert mountain region, Shelly’s favorite painting subjects are landscapes, indigenous plants, wildlife, horses and cattle, all in oil. She also does textile applique art with original regional designs. Paintings and applique works are shown at Gallery on the Square in Alpine.

Chris Ruggia
Comics, mostly about the desert animals of the Big Bend. Books are available at Murphy St. Raspa Co., Front Street Books, Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center and Big Bend National Park, as well as online.

Ellen C. Ruggia
Botanical art featuring plants native to the Trans-Pecos region of Texas; at Kiowa Gallery and the Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center.

Joyce Runyan
Ransom Canyon, TX
Old Spanish Trail Gallery  •  432.249.1968  •


Gordie Sanborn
The Daily Grind, 907 W Lockhart, Alpine
432-837-2591 •
Rockhound, lapidary work, artisan.

Martha Scott
Catchlight Art Gallery
Whimsical, functional ceramics, distinctive detritus pieces

Dana Shoppa
Chisos Mountain Lodge
713-944-1239 •
As a featured artist at the Chisos Mountain Lodge, Big Bend National Park since 1982, Dana conducts painting seminars and photography workshops in the park. She was born in El Paso, TX, she spent her childhood on a farm and ranch near Clodine, TX where she became one with nature as she grew in her appreciation and talent as an artist.

Lindy C. Severns
Old Spanish Trail Studio
PO Box 2167, Fort Davis
806-789-6513 Lindy or (local)
Jim 432-249-1968 •  •
Big Bend country landscapes, wildlife and nature art in pastels or oils. Originals & affordable, uniquely hand-repainted prints from Old Spanish Trail Studio, a working fine art studio on a heritage ranch. Lindy is Artist-in-Residence at Old Spanish Trail Gallery & Museum, high in the Davis Mts 20 minutes SW of Ft D, open daily by appointment; The Gage & V6 Collection, Marathon; art notecards at Front Street Books, Alpine. See Lindy Cook Severns on PBS: Western Perspective, episode 5 and published in TEXAS TRADITIONS, Contemporary Artists of the Lone Star State.

Zoey Sexton

Liz Sibley
Galeria Sibley, 103 W. Holland, Alpine
432-386-3549 •
Liz Sibley has lived in Alpine for four decades. She is intrigued with the world of “micro mosaicing” using tile, glass, millefiori (literally: 1,000 flowers), jewels and found objects. Liz recently completed a series of “Day of the Dead” Skulls. She is a member of the Austin Mosaic Guild and The Society of American Mosaic Artists.

Diana Simard
Painter, Marfa •
Diana Simard is a painter and printmaker based in Marfa. Her work is inspired by light and landscape.

Austin Smith
Alpine •
Author, photographer, designer, and illustrator. Comics and art assemblages found online and in various shops around the Big Bend.

J.R. Smith
PO Box 1077, Alpine
432-249-0682 •
Award winning artist, oil and acrylic. Big Bend vistas, seascapes, unique people, architectural portraits and murals.

Jeff Smith
Architectural Stained Glass, Inc.
506 Limpia Canyon Trail, Fort Davis
432-426-3311 • •
Contemporary stained glass for residential, commercial and liturgical windows. Visit website for examples from throughout North America.

Deborah Sparshott
Desert Heart, Alpine, TX
Showing at Murphy Street Mercado and online at
Both contemporary and vintage styling go into my large, lovely line of handmade jewelry. I use beautiful and unusual components that inspire me, whether they’re stones or glass, pearls or vintage chains, plated brass stampings or original artwork cast in pewter.

Diane Tod Smith
PO Box 1333, Fort
Diane works in watercolor and oil and enjoys painting West Texas landscapes, as well as the scenes and colors of Mexico. She takes inspiration from Impressionist artists and Western artists such as Maynard Dixon, Georgia O’Keeffe and Edgar Payne. You can see her work at Catchlight Gallery, 117 W. Holland Avenue, Alpine.

Janet Stewart
432-386-6121 •
Earthenware pottery and decorative tile panels of desert scenes. Shows at Gallery on the Square, Alpine.

Paul Sundown
Get Real Art Factory • Alpine
432-381-6067 •
Internationally known artist and artisan; folk (specializing in carved doors), fine, abstract and contemporary arts. Studio open by appointment only.


Carol Townsend
Cactus Flower,  111Hwy 90, Marathon
432-244-8432  •
I show my photography at the Cactus Flower in Marathon.

Renee Traipoom
Alpine, TX
Renee is an abstract oil and watercolor painter living and working in Alpine, Texas.  Her work is a celebration of non-objective geometric and organic shapes depicted in vibrant color.  She earned her MFA at University of South Dakota and taught drawing and art history at universities in SD, GA and MN.  Renee is currently working in small-scale paintings intended to add beauty and intrigue to your living space.


Theresa Wallace
CatchLight Art Gallery
Alpine, 432-466-9198 •
Photographer and Artist with paintings of the Big Bend region in oil and pastel. Exhibits at CatchLight Art Gallery in Alpine.

Bea M. White
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Works in Oils and Watercolor. Enjoys painting Big Bend Landscapes, desert botanicals and animals, and local Genre scenes. Shows at Gallery on the Square, 115 Holland Avenue in Alpine, TX.

Nancy Whitlock
Whitlock Studio of Fine Art
110 B North 6th Street, Alpine
432-837-0128 • •
Nancy L. Whitlock studied drawing at the Ecole Des Beaus-Arts in Aix-En-Provence and at the University in Saarbrucken, Germany. She completed her MFA from the University of Missouri, Columbia in 1991. She produces paintings in oil and pastel, ink drawings and video inspired but the Chihuahuan Desert at Whitlock Studio of Fine Art.

Priscilla Wiggins
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Educated on the East Coast, pleinair painter Priscilla Wiggins paints her surroundings wherever she travels. She has had numerous solo shows in Santa Fe and the Big Bend area. Ms. Wiggins is represented by Argos Gallery in Santa Fe. Her work can also be seen locally at Eve’s Garden in Marathon.

David Winslow
119 East Holland Avenue, Alpine, Facebook: Galeria Mañana
Color and black & white photography and photo collages documenting and interpreting (artistically, I hope) life in Texas and Mexico and in travels elsewhere. Studio at Galería Mañana.

Clara Williams, Marfa

Bonnie Wunderlich
Terlingua Gallery, 53539 State Highway 118, At the crest of Bee Mountain, 1 mile north of the Junction of 118 & 170, Terlingua,
432-294-2206 • •
Paintings of local scenes, Bonnie Wunderlich’s contemporary and vibrant paintings are exhibited at her adobe-built Terlingua gallery.