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July 8, 2012

Local artist part of July show

STEPHENVILLE – The Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council's newest artists' show features the paintings of Mineral Wells resident Kate Cox, and Denton painter, Jenna Murray.

Both artists are Tarleton State University graduates. Cox works mainly in acrylic and oil and paints photo-realistic portraiture, while Murray works in painting, printmaking and illustration.

Cox, who works as a graphic designer and portrait photographer, received multiple TSU dean's choice awards and fine art merit awards through shows at the Clyde H. Wells Fine Art Gallery. Her works were published in the 2008 and 2009 volumes of the university's “Anthology.”

She was a featured artist at the Glen Rose ISD art education exhibition in 2008. Additionally, her work was selected for the 2010 Rio Brazos Art Exhibition at TSU's Langdon Center, in Granbury, and was on display during the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association's Arts Goggle at Circa Gallery over the past three years.

The Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council will host a reception for the artists and public on Thursday, July 12, 5-7 p.m. The council is located at 204 River North Gallery in Stephenville. It is open Tuesday-Saturdays. The show runs through July 28. For more information, visit the website at ctfac.com.

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