Meet artists Susan Bishop and Anne Royer at a complimentary reception on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 7-10 p.m. at Orisons Fine Art and Framing. Enjoy wine, beverages and deserts provided by McKinney’s Sweet Spot while exploring the paintings of Bishop and Royer.
Bishop’s newest works (pictured above right) are an intuitive response to color and gestural forms. Some of these forms morph into animals while others remain elusive. Bishop exhibits her art throughout North Texas and is a member of the McKinney Avenue Contemporary MAC PAC, the Dallas City Art Calendar, and the Texas Visual Artist Association (TVAA). Her award-winning work received special commendation from 2012 TVAA judge, Barnaby Fitzgerald.
Generally known for musical themes and longhorns, Anne Royer’s recent art has taken a new direction.
“My passion for surfaces and painted effects employs color and gesture to embody ancient Greek ideas about human temperaments,” explains Royer, who teaches in her McKinney studio, directs the Arts and Music Guild, and lectures in Art History.
Orisons Fine Art and Framing, is located at 110 E. Louisiana Street in historic downtown McKinney. 972-529-1441
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