Men at Work | September 6-27, 2019

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Men at Work is a group exhibition that showcases the artwork of four talented painters. Louis Garcia, Al Kline, Guy Morrow and Flint Reed share their visions through watercolor and oil painting. The exhibition pieces will be on view and for sale through September 27.

Join us for food, fun, and live music at the First Friday opening reception. It is free and open to the public.

When | Friday, September 6

Time | 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Location | Port Aransas Art Center

About the Artists

Louis Garcia
The world of Louis A Garcia is one of colorful intricacy, depth and vision that brightens and enhances the beauty of our natural surroundings. His artwork is a reflection of the artist himself and gives us a glimpse into a world marked with compassion and appreciation for the moments that often pass us by too quickly. Read more…

Al Kline
I’m a surgeon by trade and born in the Netherlands. I now live in Texas, USA. I live on the coast and want to share with you my part of the world, in watercolor!  I come from a family of artists and musicians. I have written poetry, composed music. Read more…

Guy Morrow
From a very early age I spent hours on the floor coloring and drawing. My parents thought there might be something wrong with me. I was introduced to artist Dick Turner at the age of 15, who taught me form by light and how to apply oil paint. This made a total connection for me. Today my paintings are touring major museums, with some of Americas finest artists and sculptors affiliated with the American Society of Marine Artist. Read more…

Flint Reed
Flint Reed is a Texan currently residing in Port Aransas, Texas with his wife Jill.  After six years as a Navy Carrier Pilot in the fifties, Reed moved to Europe where he studied with various Artists and attended the School of Fine Arts in Madrid Spain.  After eleven years in Europe and the West Indies he returned to the United States.  He has exhibited and sold in Spain; Greece; Grenada, West Indies as well as the United States and Canada. Opened Mustang Island Art Gallery in  2006. Read more…

Our thanks go to our September exhibit sponsor: