March General Meeting

Our March General Meeting will be on Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Homewood Suites
23320 Hwy
Kingwood, TX
6:30pm Meet & Greet
7:00pm Meeting & Demo


March Demo Artist:  Boz Droca  –  Composition

Boz Droca is a representational artist working in the tradition of the great naturalist masters of the 19th century. By painting directly from nature Boz is trying to capture a realistic sense of light and space, but for him it is very important to evoke poetry in his artwork.

His father was a people artist and great draughtsman, so Boz has been drawing and painting from an early age. He knew that he would be an artist at the age of 5, when he saw beautiful icons and paintings in local 600 year-old church.  After completing his education at the University of Sarajevo, Boz pursued a career as an illustrator and portrait artist. He exhibited his work across Europe (Italy, Greece, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, France and Turkey).

Over the years of his career Boz has combined innate creativity, academic training and the influence of great artists from his Balkan roots (M.Corovic, M.Berber, B.Aleksic, M.Popovic), as well as western masters (A.G.Lopez,C.Bravo,R.Kinstler), to shape his own artistic language.

After moving to Houston in 1999, Boz continued to work as a fine artist, but also became part of the Russell Erwin studio for murals and decorative art.  He fell in love with Texas landscapes.  He visited Big Bend and studied with masters Bill Zane and David Caton. The result was two sold out one man exhibitions: “Color of Remembrance “and “From Mediterranean to Texas”.  He exhibited his work in “Gallery Central (Arkansas),”Gallerie Mado Chalvet”, Segovia and Boz Crown gallery (Houston, Texas).

Boz is also known for his unique teaching style based on his script “Power of observation”. He has tutored painting classes and given demonstration to various groups of students. Recently he has taught art at HCAA Houston.  As a member of the Portrait society of America for sixteen years, Boz improved his portrait skills with great American masters Raymond Kinstler and Daniele Greene. Boz’s work has appeared in many magazines and publications in the US and Europe.  Recently one of Boz’s paintings was included in the great art collection of HRH Crown Prince Alexander and HRH Princess Katarina of Serbia.

Don’t Forget!

Saturday, April 27, 2019 is our Spring Art Show and Competition.  As we did with our Fall Show, there will be an opportunity for paid members to bring some of their other art (not entered in the competition) for a gallery display.  Bring those pieces in the same time you bring your other artwork on the 27th.

Note:  When you bring in your art for the show, be sure to bring Cash or Check only – NO credit cards.  At present we are unable to accept credit cards for art show fees.

Another Note:  Those of you who have art hanging in Dr. Nunnery’s office that you want to enter into the show may pick it up on Thursday, April 18 at 1:45 p.m.  Other paintings may remain there until we have an art change-out.

Spring Art Show and Competition

All Members:

Here are the poster and the prospectus for our upcoming Spring Art Show and Competition.  The show will be on Saturday, April 27, 2019.  Please print out the poster and distribute it to friends, family, and local businesses.




LHAA Judged Show and Competition
April 27, 2019
Kingwood Community Center, 4102 Rustic Woods Drive, Kingwood, TX 77345


Artwork Check In:  9:00 am – 10:30 am (entry fee payment cash and check only)

Judging:  11:00 am – 12:30 pm (Judge and Judge support team only)

Public Viewing and Reception:  12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Judge Introduction, Best of Show Award Presented, Judge Critique and Walk Through:  2:00 pm

Artwork Pick Up/Show Take Down:  3:30 pm

Deadline for Show Entries:  Monday, April 22, 2019

Late Entries Accepted through:  Wednesday, April 24, 2019

All artists MUST pre-register, no walk ins accepted


ENTRY FEES (PER ENTRY): (No refunds for entries entered but not received)

LHAA members:  $8.00

LSAG members:  $10.00

School Students:  $2.00

Late Entries:  $10.00


Please go to for Online Registration Instructions, Divisions and Categories and Show Rules.

February General Meeting


This Month’s General Meeting Will Be On Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Homewood Suites
23320 Hwy 59N
Kingwood, TX


6:30pm Meet & Greet
7:00pm Meeting & Demo

February Demo Artist:  Holly Hunter Berry – Abstract Expressionist

Representationalist, impressionist, colorist, expressionist are a few of the “ist” terms that have defined her work at various times. She continues to grow and push herself to explore new fresh approaches to communicating her message. Never tired of “pushing paint around” she looks forward to working at the easel every day possible. At this stage in Holly’s career she enjoys giving back to the community by teaching her weekly classes and periodic workshops. She tries to teach in a way as to take the mystery out of the painting process. Intuition is important but a strong foundation is important as well and that is her focus. Intuition is personal and can’t be taught…that is the voice of the artist! In addition to giving demonstrations for art groups she has also been asked to be a judge at various art shows.

Holly’s paintings have been exhibited in both solo and group shows in the United States, Central America and Europe for almost 40 years.

There are private collectors in the United States, Central America and Europe. She has been represented by galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona  and in several locations in Texas. Corporate commissions include the Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona and the Scottsdale Healthcare System, Shea Campus, Woman’s Health Center in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Upcoming Dates

Spring Art Show and Competition – Saturday, April 27, 2019 (details to follow)

 Those of you with pieces on display at Dr. Nunnery’s office will have an        opportunity on April 18 to retrieve them if you want to enter them into the show.

Art Change-out at Kingwood Public Library – Monday, May 20, 2019

You have the opportunity to take down your work that is on the library wall and replace it with another piece of artwork.  Don’t forget to fill out your tags ahead of time!

For All Our Newest Members

Please be advised that our membership year extends from September of 2018 to May of 2019 (like the school year).  The dues you paid in the fall (or early 2019) will grant you full membership until the end of May.  For the purposes of activities in LSAG and other art events in the summer, though, you will still be considered a member.


New Payment Option Added

LHAA members,

Check out the categories at the top of our webpage!  We have just added an optional pay-on-line button for your convenience.  You can click on “Membership payment – Adult” or “Membership payment – Student”  Use your PayPal account to pay your yearly membership dues in the comfort of your own home!

Article in the Tribune



An article about Lake Houston Area Artists has been published in the most recent issue of The Tribune!  Below are the instructions to access the piece:
Go to  In the upper right hand corner you will see a google search.  Type in Lake Houston Area Artist and it will take you to another link.  About half way down the page you will find the article headline, click on it and page 4C will come up.  There is a picture of Dr. Nunnery and her staff.  The article is just great.  We would love to hear from you about it.  Thanks.
Many thanks to all the artists who contributed to this display!  Dr. Nunnery and her staff are delighted with the decor, and displays like this are a great way to get your artwork seen by members of the public.  We expect to be updating the art from time to time, switching out some pieces and hanging new ones.  So watch this space for your next opportunity to show off your great art!

Reminder – Library Art Changeout

Artists – 


We will be changing the art hanging at the Kingwood Public Library on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.  Anyone who already has art there needs to come collect it to make space for other artists – or to replace it with other pieces of your own.

Your work should be ready to hang, and you should be prepared to create a label for it with such information as the title of the work, framed dimensions, your name and contact information, and price (although the price will not be shown on the tag).

If you have helped us as a volunteer this season you are eligible to bring samples of your work to be displayed at the library for viewing by (and sale to) the public.  Helping to take down the previous art pieces and to hang the new ones counts as volunteering!  The entire process should not take more than an hour or so.

Call to Artists – Art in the Park

art in the park call to artists

CALL TO ARTISTS: Opens January 3, 2019 . Closes on March 4, 2019 – APPLY HERE

Join us for the annual Midtown Art in the Park – a fine art festival featuring local and regional artists with works for sale. The festival brings the cultural arts and entertainment community together. Browse works from some of the finest artists in town, talk to them about their inspiration and technique, and purchase original art. Enjoy music and snack on delicious treats, all at a free family event!