Art photography has always been a passion for Markus Lindsey. Wildlife, landscapes, and street photography have become a renewed passion as they bring back the roots of the old 35 mm film days. After being a long time Canon photographer, Fujifilm is now the camera system of choice. You can find Lindsey every weekend at a market or festival with prints and greeting cards for sale.
Lynn Kessel is an artist in the Central Texas area. She uses primarily acrylic paint in a wide range of bright colors, and her style can be describes as vibrant impressionism.
An authentic artist from Austin and originally from France. Veronique is very much influenced by the vivid colors of the mediterranean regions. The acrylic canvas paintings are very colorful and uplifting.
2D/3D Mixed Media
2D/3D original artworks using a variety of materials. Original drawings, cut out and placed on wood backgrounds, plaster sculptures for handpainted backgrounds. Decorative propagation tubes.
Sunshine Sunbeams Glass is the collection of designs by Artisan Tina Couet, Kerrville, Texas based. She prides herself in her quality hand made and eclectic designs. She’s a proud member of ‘Go Texan’ and winner of ‘Best In Category’ for glass at Rockport Arts Festival, 2019. An award winning Member of Lone Star Art Guild, Art League , Rockport Art League, and Imperial Arts Alliance.
I create heirloom jewelry that can be worn comfortably and without worry of messing it up. Jewelry that is durable and unique yet timeless. My jewelry designs are for free-spirited folks like myself. My inspiration comes from the indigenous cultures, organic shapes and textures, along with the beauty & colors of natural gemstones.
The Williamson County Art Guild is a 501 (c)(3) and is organized and operated for educational and charitable purposes to stimulate interest in art in Williamson County, Texas and beyond.
At WCAG artists thrive through skill-share, attending workshops and having opportunities to regularly show and sell their work.
Kelsey Jenkinson Archbold grew up in Buckinghamshire, England and Anchorage, Alaska. She got her B.F.A with honors from Kansas City Art Institute In 2009. In 2010 she moved to Austin, Texas where she still currently resides.
Her work has been exhibited at the H&R Blockspace in KC, the Austin Art Garage, The Artpost, and the Georgetown Art Center. Her work is permanently installed at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Abstract Encaustic and Mixed Media
What I love as a painter, I play with – color, texture, marks, and symbols. By “play”, I mean that I paint abstractly, beginning each work simply with a few marks and colors to evoke a mood or a thought, and then reacting intuitively, I grow each piece layer upon layer until it speaks of an experience, concept, or mood from my unconscious or memory. I find the “aha” that comes bubbling up delightful and inspiring, and it keeps me coming back for more “play.” My color palette is deeply influenced by my central Texas home – limestone, blue jeans and blue skies, red chili, rusted barbed wire, and spectacular aqua and orange sunrises and sunsets.
I choose to work most often in the medium of encaustic. Why wax? – The layers of wax help tell the story through either revealing or obscuring elements in the work. In addition, it can be worked quickly and yet can stay in process and evolve indefinitely. Plus, there’s fire – painting with fire for sure adds to unpredictability and therefore more play. Recent play has extended to working with watercolor and acrylic for the way the medium type gives a different tone to the work.