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In Company with Angels: Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows

2nd floor, MSC, Forsyth Galleries, College Station, Texas
In Company with Angels: Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows showcases the stained glass artistry of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The windows were commissioned for Cincinnati’s Church of the New Jerusalem in 1902, and feature seven angels who represent seven churches. In 1964, the church was demolished and the windows were packed away and forgotten until 2001, when they were rediscovered. Under the skilled direction of stained glass expert Arthur Femenella, the windows were restored in 2004 to their original majesty. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a magnificent exhibition!

Lynn McDaniel
979-845-9251



“Buck” Schiwetz: Painting the Texas Scene

1st floor, MSC, Stark Galleries, College Station, Texas
This exhibition examines the life and art of E. M. “Buck” Schiwetz, one of Texas’ best known and most-loved artists. For more than 40 years he traveled all across the state carefully preserving in his sketchbooks and paintings thousands of natural and man-made scenes, including some of the most popular images of Texas A&M University from the 1970’s.

Lynn McDaniel
979-845-6081



Cloth as Community: Hmong Textiles in America

1st floor, MSC, Stark Galleries, College Station, Texas
A Program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance with The Texas Commission on the Arts and The National Endowment for the Arts

Hmong paj ntaub (flower cloth) is one of the world’s great textile traditions, yet this complex art wasn’t widely known outside of Asia until the aftermath of the Vietnam War. Hmong refugees arrived in the United States in the late 1970s, bringing the needlework skills and cultural knowledge that had been passed down in cloth for generations. This exhibition presents 28 textiles created by Hmong women in the United States, including designs derived from traditional paj ntaub and the embroidered story cloth form that developed in Thai refugee camps.

Lynn McDaniel
979-845-6081



David Michael Brady: Artist Studio Exhibit

1916 Vaughn Lane
Hearne, Texas 77859

Artist Studio Exhibit



David Michael Brady



Open every Saturday from 9:00am-8:00pm



"Best of the best fine art galleries"


-Robertson County Newspaper 2013



"The artist woks are spectacular"


-The Islander Magazine of Galveston 2011



"He possesses greatness"
-Midland College of Fine Arts 2013



1916 Vaughn Lane


Hearne, Texas 77859


713.294.2648 cell



Hwy 6 & FM 485 (Loves Truck Stop) / Last city block, right turn on Vaughn Lane