Where Art Blooms
The Spicewood Arts mission is to provide the residents of Spicewood, TX, and surrounding cities an opportunity to experience, enjoy, and support the visual, performing, and literary arts.
Our Past Year + Looking Forward!
Wow! 2020 has been a challenge for all of us at Spicewood Arts. We were fortunate to be able to host 4 performances and 1 Art Trek. Unfortunately, we were not able to have our fan favorite, the Spicewood Arts Festival, in October 2020, nor our Annual Gala in February 2021. Luckily, we held a very successful Gala in February 2020 right before lockdown and raised donations to fully fund our 2021 Scholarships. With that in mind, we are now asking for help to fund 2022 Scholarships. Please consider a donation to our organization.
Now on to this year’s planned events – 6 Performances and 2 Art Treks! We must support our local artists and as they say the “Show Must Go On!” Please take time to watch the video which showcases our performers for this year’s season. We are certain there are shows that you will not want to miss and consider purchasing a season ticket for great savings!
We continue to fulfill our mission to entertain, educate & inspire our community through the arts! We welcome your support and look forward to seeing you at one of our events this season!
Our Featured Events
Spicewood Live is a series of performances featuring local talent. First up this season is Emily Gimble!
Discover Spicewood Live!
Our all-inclusive Art Treks take us to all sorts of interesting destinations showcasing the best Central Texas art and history.
Spicewood Arts Festival
Spicewood Arts Festival is a free, annual juried art celebration typically held outdoors on the last weekend of October.
Featured Artist – Lawrence Jefferson
Lawrence has enjoyed photography for most of his life. He has especially enjoyed photographing nature and landscape photography.
While growing up near the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey, Lawrence found lots of subjects and areas to shoot.
After he moved to Texas in 1991 Lawrence took a break from photographing nature. That was until he bought a DSLR digital single-lens reflex camera which got him back into his passion for capturing photographs of nature.
Lawrence uses a Nikon D7200 camera and he utilizes different lenses to achieve what he is looking to photograph. His lenses include a Sigma 100-400mm, Sigma 105mm macro, Nikon 10-20mm, Nikon 50mm, Sigma 18-250mm, and now a Sigma 150-600mm.
Lawrence’s tidbit of advice to other artisans is: “When photographing animals or insects always concentrate on their eyes. If you can get a highlight in them all the better.”
You may contact Lawrence via email: email@example.com
Your Donation Makes a Difference!
From Spicewood Arts Scholarships to Live Events, Your Donation Matters
The world always seems brighter when you’ve just made something that wasn’t there before.