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When I immerse myself in creating art, it becomes a meditative process. I use it as a way to achieve balance and I enjoy using color along with designs that arise spontaneously. My main inspiration comes mostly from God’s creation, which stems from growing up on a farm and living by the sea.
I also find inspiration from music, poetry, and other artistic/love relationships that spring forth life into my creative process. The life artists who have influenced me the most are those whose lives dictate beauty and love. These individuals include my family, friends, and especially my beautiful wife, Lisa. I believe we are all connected and these relationships contribute to who I am and what my art becomes.
I am also a father to a very intuitive four-year-old named Liam who has artistic gifts of his own. This core relationship continues to open up a whole new perspective in my creative energy, which is filled with excitement and gratitude.
Heather Jackson is a mixed-media artist who has been showing her work in the Hub City area for the last seven years. Her work is inspired by botanicals, organic matter, cellular structures, and how life is influenced by energy. Recently, she has been exploring watercolor on Masonite but she is also interested in oils, screen printing, leather working and pottery.
Heather is a dedicated elementary school art teacher who adores watching her students discover their own talents as they learn to express themselves through art. If she is not in her classroom or her studio, you might get the chance to see her shine on stage as half of the musical duo "Shadows and Light."
Peg Davis was born and raised on a farm near Abernathy, Texas. After graduating from Abernathy High School she attended Hardin-Simmons University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree.
She taught physical education, health, and coached cross country and track at Hobbs High School and Lubbock High School. Seeking a change, she went to Harwell Elementary, also in the Lubbock ISD, and taught elementary physical education until retiring in 2006.
Davis was named to the Outstanding Young Women of America, Who's Who among American Teachers, and Texas Secondary Physical Education Teach of the Year. Since retiring, David enjoys traveling, reading, sewing, and writing.
December Wine Club Pick up Party
Thursday, December 4th