Artistic Inns of Texas: New Fayetteville Red and White Gallery Hosts Moroles Show

red and whiteThere’s a new gallery in Fayetteville, TX, and it’s starting out with a bang: Joan and Jerry Herring of the new Red and White Gallery will host ubiquitous monumentalist Jesis’ Moroles “Rings of Granite,” opening January 12 at their space at 102 West Main. It’s their second show: the gallery opened in December 2012 with Edgar von Minden’s Fayetteville Buildings.

The Herrings just finished refurbishing the historic Red & White building on the square in Fayetteville; the oldest commercial building in the town was once a grocery store, post office, a dentist’s and an antique emporium, now it combines an art gallery and a four-bedroom inn, also run by the Herrings.
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One response to “Artistic Inns of Texas: New Fayetteville Red and White Gallery Hosts Moroles Show”

  1. Thje first, official art class I took was at the Glassel School of Art in 1957,. The instructor was Charles Schorre, now exhibiting at the Red and White Gallery in Fayetteville, Texas. The class was Life Drawing and Painting.
    I have continued my art training since that class. I now do mostly watercolors but have done many media, mostly taught at art workshops and books If you have any interest in seeing my work, I will bring some samples later this week as we wiil be staying in Brenham a few days.
    Telephone 713-988-1749
    email Gordon-Neville@att.net

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