Visual Arts (artists)
Roger Scott is a native of Red River County and has been carving for almost 30 years. Working out of his studio in historic downtown Clarksville, Texas he has produced many different forms of sculpture including people, western art, totems, wizards, magnificent eagles, cigar store Indians, ornate walking sticks, and a multitude of animals and tree spirits.
Roger works in wood and metal and his pieces range in size from just a few inches tall to massive sculptures reaching 6 feet or more!
All Roger’s pieces are one of a kind and as most artists he is particular about his art. He refuses to be limited to the whims of his audience but prefers to let the ‘tree spirits’ guide him in his endeavors.
Roger’s work is available for viewing and for sale at The Cupola on the square in Clarksville, Texas.
To learn more about this exciting artist visit his website at www.creativecarvingsart.com
Valerie Jungck Sanders is an accomplished watercolor artist who moved to Northeast Texas in 2005 from San Diego, California. She retired as a Battalion Chief with the San Diego Fire Department after twenty-four years of service. She has been painting for over thirty years and has won several awards in the southern California area as well as “Best of Show” in the Mineola League of the Arts Show in Mineola, Texas. Valerie is recognized for her bold use of color and design, and her diversity of subject matter and style versatility. Her paintings include florals, landscapes, seascapes, wildlife, and bold abstracts. She is very adept at negative painting, a technique found difficult for most painters, using many layers of paint to create depth and strong values with vibrant color.
Valelrie J. Sanders
Home Studio in Emory, TX (available by appointment only)
firstname.lastname@example.org or 903-474-9016
Mike works in works in oil, acrylic, pen and ink and pencil.
Mount Pleasant, TX
Mt Vernon, TX
Fiber, Wall hangings, Quilts, Weaving
Mt. Vernon, TX