Solely an oil painter, Clara is driven by the inspiration of a
fleeting moment or the emotion of vivid memories.
Communicating her feelings through her paintings, she brings
the Texas Countryside to life.  Her bluebonnet paintings are
very popular with collectors.  Being an avid gardener, she
finds flowers and garden settings especially appealing.
Several of her paintings have been reproduced as limited
edition prints, including a Best of Show painting titled
“Ramblin Rose”.

Bab’s pursuit in the art field at Phoenix College and
Glendale Community College in Arizona has led to a
well rounded balance of multi-media creativity.
Her subject  matter dictates the media, be it graphite,
watercolor, acrylic,collage or printmaking.  This award
winning artist’s work has been accepted in many
juried shows.

Although proficient with oils and acrylics, Jodie intensely
enjoys painting with watercolor on location.  Her subject
matter is often McKinney’s Historic Downtown Square,
fishing harbors of the Texas Gulf Coast and European
cityscapes and landscapes.  Early formal training was at
the University of Kansas.  She is a signature member of
the Southwestern Watercolor Society.

Gail works in watercolor, printmaking, collage and
acrylic.  She likes to paint objects where the sunlight
and cast shadows are the main focus.  Her sense
of humor is ever present in the creative choices of
subject matter and the way they are presented.
Gail is a member of the Southwestern Watercolor

Ginny especially enjoys watercolor painting, but is successful
with acrylic and oil painting.  She has a fascination with old
buildings, doorways and colorful flower gardens.  Tuscany,
Santa Fe, and Sedona are favorite painting locations.  Ginny
is a Past-President of Richardson Civic Art Society.