The gallery space features Metroplex artists showcasing watercolor, oil, acrylic, mosaic, and photography exhibits.
The Granville Arts Center gallery space is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and during all performances.
"Darkness Into Light" Art Exhibit by Faith Artists
Faith Artists presents “Darkness Into Light” a deliberate discovery of hope in the Granville Arts Center Gallery Space June 1-30, 2013. Faith Artists is a group of regional artists committed to promoting and producing faith based visual art that inspires truth and hope. Docent led Art Discovery Tours are being held Saturday, June 22nd, 1-3 pm where the viewers can learn more about each piece of art and the creating artist. Garland residents Kendra Walden and Dawn Waters Baker are Founding Board Members of Faith Artists. To learn more visit www.faithartists.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Viewing hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and during all performances.
Wayne Vee Art Exhibit
Come view the Wayne Vee art exhibit in the Granville Arts Center Gallery Space. Wayne Vee has spent his life mastering the paintbrush. His family moved to Houston when he was nine years old, and while attending Betsy Rose Elementary School in the 5th grade, an oil company sponsored an art contest for all schools in Houston. He won the contest and his watercolor painting was displayed in the Museum of Fine Arts. Wayne was encouraged by his mother to study and major in the arts. He did so all through school and college. Wayne graduated from the Texas Academy of Arts in the mid 60's. While in the Navy aboard the USS Duncan DDR 874 (a destroyer), he was recommended by his executive officer to the Pacific Fleet artist staff. Wayne Vee was commissioned to paint a portrait of Governor Preston Smith while he was in office, and later commissioned to paint the portrait of U.S. Senator Barbara Jordan. Wayne has painted George Bush Sr. and Mikhail Gorbachev shaking hands. This painting is located in Moscow, Russia. He has painted hundreds of pictures across the United States. Wayne was the first artist to paint the acceptable picture of the Marlboro man and his horse on a huge billboard (30' x 90') at the old Dallas Cowboy's stadium. Viewing hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and during all performances.