The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

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511 Avenue K

Lubbock, TX 79401


Celebrating 20 Years of Art

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

February 3 - March 25, 2017

A group exhibition celebrating LHUCA’s 20th Anniversary. The show features over 100 artists, including:Cecila Adams Maisie Marie Alford Toni Arnett Victoria Marie Bee Jim Bertram Betty Blevins David Bondt Nancye Hudgins Briggs Patricia Brown Harold Browning Harrison Bucy Virginia Burrell Marilee Echols Bybee Shannon Cannings William Cannings Andrew Carrizales Jean Caslin John Chinn Joe Clifford Christian Conrad Linda Cullum Kathy Davies James T. Davis Hannah Dean Ken Dixon Kara Donatelli Stacy Elko Benna Ellis La Gina Fairbetter Dennis Fehr Linda Fisher Carol Flueckiger John Franklin Tina Fuentes Robin Dru Germany Hugh Gibbons B.C. Gilbert JoBeth Gilliam George Gray Jean C. R. Grimes Jennifer Hernandez Tom Hicks Valerie Komkov Hill Margaret K. Hodgson Carol Howell Betty Jenkins James W. Johnson Jon Johnson Kathy Kelly Nathalie Kelley Carol Koenig Elenor Kreneck Lynwood Kreneck David Lamb-Vines Laura Lewis Ken Little Mike Maines Pat Maines Yulia Makarova Andrew Martin Ann McDonald Mica McGuire Mike Meister Yvonne Garro Mendoza Kathy Moody June Musick Susan Nall Dyan Newton Angelyn Nicholson Irby Pace Beth Pennington Chad Plunket Erika Pochybova Catherine Prose Judy Connell Robertson Donna Rose Joyce Runyan Annalee Schubert Donniece Smith Edward Spence Hanne Spence Ellen Stanley Lyn Stoll Bo Tan Steve Teeters Kathryn Thomas Jerry R. Thompson Ashton Thornhill Tornado Gallery Larry Simmons and Tony Greer Janis Hubble Vanderpool Rick Vanderpool James Watkins Gale Webb Jami White Jonathan Whitfill Jeff F. Wheeler Kathy Whiteside Leada Woods Sang-Mi Yoo Veronica Young


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