Thanks to everyone who participated in and/or attended our fall show last Saturday. Hopefully our new and returning participants all had a pleasurable experience. Special thanks to all who helped with the show in any way such as with moving panels, show set up, take down, art work check in, hospitality, etc. Also special thanks to our judge, Golda Rader, who really took the time to explain her decision process on the ribbon winners.
Congratulations to our best of show winner, Linney Hamilton, with her beautiful mixed media painting titled “Not this Pig!”. Congratulations to all of our other ribbon winners as well. All best of show, first place, second place, third place and first honorable mention winners are eligible to advance to the LSAG regional competition that will be held this summer in Conroe.
The database has been updated with the judging results. LSAG does not track regular honorable mentions; so, if you received a green ribbon, it will not be reflected in the database.
If you missed the fall show, we just got the dates for our spring show. It will be held Saturday, April 25, 2020 at the Kingwood Community Center. We hope that you will be able to participate!
Welcome to Lake Houston Area Artists, formerly known as Kingwood Art Society.
The Mission of the Lake Houston Area Artists is to encourage artistic development of local professional and amateur artists and cultivate an appreciation of the visual arts through education, exhibition and community outreach.
Our group offers art related opportunities for artists and art enthusiasts around the Lake Houston area, including Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita, Huffman, Crosby, Porter, New Caney and others.
April 7, 2021
Art Show entries due by midnight
April 20, 2021
Zoom meeting for judge’s walkthrough of Art Show, with commentary on selected works. Winners to be visible on website after the meeting.
May 1, 2021
Open ArtCall for LSAG Spring Virtual Art Show
June 4, 2021
ArtCall closes for LSAG entries
June 19, 2021 10:00a.m. – 2:30 p.m. LSAG Show and requested Zoom critique