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Adrienne Stine's peaceful and dreamlike art invites us to enter other worlds through surreal forms and landscapes. She paints in oils and on large scale canvases, creating ethereal realms that beckon us to escape.

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Singer-songwriter Martin Sexton is scheduled to perform at 5 p.m. January 23 at The Bowery Stage in Winnsboro.

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Associate art professor Shaun Roberts of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches recently won first place honors and the people's choice award in the 2021 World Wide Kitsch (WWK) Competition for his narrative portrait titled "Messenger."

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The Winter Dance Party comes to Marshall this year with tribute artists playing hits by Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. “Big Bopper” Richardson at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, January 15, at Marshall’s Memorial Auditorium. John Mueller performs Buddy Holly singles such as “That’ll Be the Day;”…

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“Love of Life” pops up January 15 at 211 Gallery in Athens featuring scenic photographs by nature photographer Claudia Holland, an avid hiker who owns Luvin Life Photography. She enjoys traveling and leads weekend hikes all over Texas while capturing the beauty of nature.

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Mount Vernon Music Association (MVM) is one of the region’s little-known treasures, bringing refined music through concerts and outreach programs for 17 years. Founders Mark and Ute Miller are high-quality musicians who play regularly with symphonies in Dallas and Fort Worth, but their desir…

Winnsboro Center for the Arts (WCA) presents The Magic of Light January 28 through February 28. The art exhibition expresses that “light is a component of every work of art” and features the works of international and national award-winning pastel and watercolor artist Barbara Mason, as well…

The Hunt County Courthouse is a large imposing structure with smooth stylized surfaces common to an architectural genre known as Art Deco. Visitors and fans of the building style once popular in Main Street America in the 1930s can find many striking examples in Greenville’s downtown area.

PDNB (Please Do Not Bend) Gallery in Dallas features two solo exhibitions by artists Patty Carroll and Bill Owens. This is the first solo show for Chicago photographer Patty Carroll. Bill Owens continues his large presence in the gallery which started in the early 2000s when the gallery firs…

Award-winning children’s book author Nancy Churnin lives in North Texas and frequently attends local book fests and does school and library visits. She enjoys sharing her books and stories with children and customizes her programs to fit the individual needs of schools and communities.

Once again, the talent coming out of the Upper East Side of Texas is recognized by the Recording Academy which is awarding Grammys January 31 on CBS television. Nominations in the Country genre include Kacey Musgraves (“Camera Roll”) and Mickey Guyton (“Remember Her Name”) for Best Country S…

Listen to Anna Kendrick sing “It’s Not Where You Start” for Shirley MacLaine at the Kennedy Center Honors. The song was a mainstay of MacLaine’s stage show in the 1970s.

The seven-man vocal ensemble known as Naturally 7 use their voices as a variety of instruments with a technique they call Vocal Play. The group performs at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 17 at the Cowan Center in Tyler.

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“Coreen Mary Spellman: Works on Paper” is on display at the Tyler Museum of Art through December 5, 2021. Drawn from the museum’s permanent collection, this exhibit spotlights Spellman’s art on paper from the 1940s and 1950s. Spellman skillfully produced many lithographs, etchings, and paint…

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ArtWalk Longview’s free, self-guided tour of downtown business venues exhibiting and selling art returns Thursday, December 9. This month's ArtWalk coincides with the Longview Museum of Fine Arts’ Holiday Market, a museum fundraiser selling holiday meals and unique gifts 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., T…