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Russell Collection Fine Art Gallery Celebrates Three Texas Artists in “3x3: Three Women. Three Visions” September 1-26, 2015. New Works from Texas Artists Explore Diversity of Modern Art

This September, three Texas based female artists will each display between 10-20 pieces of new work and showcase a great range of diversity in contemporary art – each one bringing a distinctive voice and collectively providing for an emotionally charged exhibit.

About the Artists:
Austin artist Robin Cheers is grounded in the impressionistic tradition, with a contemporary style all her own. Robin's paintings document the familiar scenes of our daily lives: relaxed interiors, bustling cafes or sunny beaches. But, the primary focus is on the human element. In her own words, she states, “There is beauty all around us and I hope my work inspires people to appreciate and celebrate the beauty in their own simple pleasures.”

Jill Pankey reveals an underlying provocative theme of the aging female with a focus on color, sometimes pattern, and movement. Through observation, her work explores body image, often with a humorous flair and is a celebration or ritual event honoring the female form. Jill resides in San Marcos, Texas.

Based in Wimberley, Texas, Maxine Price’s work is an exploration of the medium of oil paint and the method of applying it to canvas with a knife. She works in many different series; inspiration comes from sources including old walls and dilapidated buildings, signs, rocks and the accidental beauty found in debris.

When: An opening reception with the three artists will take place on Friday, September 4, from 6-8 p.m. The event is open to the public and an RSVP is requested. Art will be available for acquisition. The exhibit will be on display through September 26, 2015. Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.