A vibrant and quirky exhibit is on display at the Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council. And it’s free.

Updated: Oct 19


By SARA VANDEN BERGE

“Vivid and vibrant.”

Those are the words used to describe the rich, eclectic stylings of Hill Country artist Grady Newton whose work is now on display at the Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council.

The exhibit is featured inside the River North Gallery, located at 204 River North Blvd. in Stephenville through Oct. 31.

“This exhibit has something for everyone,” said Christine Newton, executive director of CTFAC. “It features everything from beautiful landscapes to quirky, colorful metal art and even a patriotic bottle tree.”

There is no cost to tour the exhibit.

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