The Capitol Art Society exhibits their members’ paintings July 5-July 29, 2016 in the Georgetown Public Library’s second-floor exhibit space. Included in the exhibit will be the painting shown here by Janet Sopp-Simms.
The society was formed in 1965. It is the oldest active visual arts group in Austin, Texas. It is a juried organization of professional artists formed in 1965 to promote members’ artwork through group exhibitions and to further art appreciation in Austin. Represented are all two-dimensional media. Many members are published and in collections worldwide as well as award winners, art teachers and art demonstrators.
Visit their website at capitolartsociety.com.
The Georgetown Public Library is at 402 W. Eighth Street.