Artist Gail Wendorf Donates Painting From Her Waltz Across Texas Series To TDHP To Support Fundraising Efforts In 2017
Artist Gail Wendorf is known for her beautifully-crafted landscapes and figurative studies in music and dance from around the world. Most notably, her Waltz Across Texas paintings – cataloging the dance halls of Texas – first exhibited in the office of former first lady, Mrs. Laura W. Bush in 2000. This series has not been on display in the capital city for over 11 years but can be seen at the Consulate General of Ireland, located at 515 Congress Avenue, #1720, Austin TX through January 16, 2017.
TDHP is overwhelmed by her generous contribution supporting the preservation of historic Texas dance halls and the spirit of family, dance, music and community. We are excited to have her painting (to be selected in early January from the Austin exhibit) and will determine how best to utilize it to best serve our mission and goals in 2017. Stay tuned for more information on this early next year.
Posted on December 12th, 2016
Asleep At The Wheel Concert Recap
We would like to thank everyone who came out to our event on November 12th at Round Up Pavilion Hall and joined us for an evening of fun, dancing, live music and more. We were very excited to have Asleep at The Wheel and The Ennis Czech Boys perform at our big event!
Posted on December 11th, 2016
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