The Fort Worth Women's Art Circle

The Fort Worth Women’s Art Circle - Metamorphosis

The Fort Worth Women’s Art Circle is a collective of seven founding women. These diverse artists have come together to support and propel each others journeys, both in art and in life. They are friends that are connected through common interests, motherhood, faith and a lof of painting. The name “Fort Worth Art Circle” is a nod to a progressive art group that was comprised of local Fort Worth artists in the 1940’s and 1950’s.

Founding members of the Fort Worth Art Circle, Ginger Ray Walker, Allison Castillo, Joey Lancaster, Sarah Murrin and Sarah Gentry look forward to showing at the Community Arts Center for the first time representing this group.

"REBIRTH," Allison Castillo, 48" X 60", oil on canvas

"Every Thing’s Coming Up Poppies," Joey Lancaster, 48” X 48,” Acrylic on plaster on canvas

"Garden Party," Sarah Gentry, 48” X 60,” mixed media on canvas

"Red," Sarah Murrin, 23" x 49,” mixed media on found plywood



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Fort Worth, TX 76107

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