November 2021 CASETA News

CASETA’s fifth installment of the: The Great Texas Curatorial Wander Series premiered November 7th, with a Special Tour of The Panhandle Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas. You will be virtually guided through the Frank Reaugh Gallery, the H.D. Bugbee Gallery, the Gayden Family Texas Art Gallery, and more! Introduction by Stephanie Price, Marketing Director at the Panhandle Plains Museum. Go to to view free!

We are pleased to announce:
CASETA’s 2022 Symposium & Art Fair to be held live at the Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre, Dallas, Texas, June 10-11

Early Texas Art Exhibitions across Texas

San Angelo Museum of Fine Art 1 Love Street San Angelo, TX 76903
Majesty and Tenderness: The Art of Maurice Schmidt September 24 – March 20, 2022 Majesty and Tenderness: The Art of Maurice Schmidt is a rich exhibit of paintings and works on paper by a skilled and prolific South Texas artist whose vivid colors and expressive portrayals of both daily life and religious subjects simultaneously charm and awe the viewer.

Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum 605 Azie Morton Rd. Austin, TX 78704
Courtney Egan: Superflora November 18, 2021-March 4, 2022 Courtney Egan is best known for painstakingly translating photographs she takes of botanical forms into video-based sculptural installations that call into question the distinction between the natural and technological worlds

The Grace Museum 102 Cypress Street, Abilene, TX, 79601
The Grace Museum will be closed October 11-16 to prepare for their 30th Annual Grace Gala Grace Gala 2021, Saturday, October 16.

Ellen Noel Art Museum 4909 E. University Blvd. Odessa, TX 79762
STAMPEDE Ongoing ExhibitIn 1940, El Paso Artist Tom Lea drove to Odessa, Texas to install his freshly painted mural entitled Stampede. Lea had been awarded the contract by the United States government to paint a mural as part of the New Deal. The painting, which measures 7 feet high and 17 feet long, was originally glued to the wall above the door to Postmaster W.T. Henderson’s office. In 1970, it was framed and moved across the street to the new post office where it hung until 2013. As part of a pilot program with the United States Postal Service, the Museum and Odessa Arts (formerly known as the Odessa Council for the Arts & Humanities) were asked if they could restore and house the mural in a protected environment. After an extensive restoration process, the painting now hangs in the Permanent Collections gallery of the Museum as part of a 25 year renewable loan.