The Art Center
1810 S. Dumas Ave
"Falcon Pair" by Carolyn Stallwitz
Members' Show and Sale
There is a lot going on here at the Art Center, come by
and have a cup of coffee with us.
If you have any questions
about the activities above, email us at
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Come make cards with us every
The Art Center opened in this location in October of 2004
as a neighbor to Window on the Plains Museum.
The joining of the two has made a pleasant stop in Dumas to view art and
history and to enjoy the best of Texas.
The Art Center features the works of area artists in exhibits
that change monthly. For exact dates on monthly exhibits,
please call 806-935-5312 or follow us on Facebook (The Art Center - Dumas, Texas)
Several of the artists who are members of The Art Center have their work featured at
The Ineze Crabb Gallery in the Art Center is named in memory of area artist Ineze Lucille (Kline) Crabb.
|Mil Boyd; oil on canvas||Conny Martin; oil on canvas||Dr. Emilio Caballero; opaque watercolor on board|
Jim Ward; oil on canvas
Carolyn Stallwitz; gouache on paper
Ben Konis; oil on canvas
Don Ray; oil on canvas
These paintings are in the permanent collection of
the Moore County Art Association.
The permanent collection is displayed in the Gallery
during the summer months of June, July and August.
The Mil Boyd Classroom, named in honor
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Summer classes offered for kids (2nd grade thru 12)
Special one-man shows by area
artists are featured
each month with an opening reception.
Past exhibits have shown pastels, oils, sculptured pottery,
watercolors and many other types of media.
Invitational hangs during February and March.
Miniature paintings can be no larger than 8" by 10"
or circumference of 36 inches and sculptures no taller than 12".
This show is extremely popular with the public.
from past Small Works Invitational Exhibit
In December every year, we have our Members' Show and Sale featuring work
by Moore County Art Association Members. This is a great time to do a little Christmas Shopping.
Go to Window On The Plains Museum Homepage.