• Ashley Paz

The Art Department Welcomes Dallas Artist for a Demo of Mixed Media

Join the Art Department on Friday. October 25th from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Art Studio as they welcome local artist Maureen Brouillette who will present a lecture and demonstration of mixed media art.

Maureen Brouillette, Artist

Ms. Brouillette is an accomplished artist and teacher. She has been featured in The Artist's Magazine and Watercolor Artist magazine and has received numerous awards in national juried exhibits. Maureen has work in corporate collections, including a recent acquisition by Rutgers University. She has two paintings, Organics I and II, which were featured nationwide by Crate and Barrel. Brouillette previously worked for 25 years as a commercial designer and art director. She now teaches classes and workshops, does demos and critiques, and judges art shows.

Her art has been featured in both solo and group exhibitions since 2002. Her most recent exhibitions include:

2017 - The Essential Nature - Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, TX. Curated by Enrique Fernandez.Preservation is the Art of the City - Historic Fort Worth, FWCAC, Fort Worth, TX

2016 - Southwestern Watercolor Society Juried Exhibit - Eisemann Center, Richardson, TX.Preservation is the Art of the City - Historic Fort Worth, FWCAC, Fort Worth, TX.

2015 - Urbanscapes (four person show with Daniel Blagg, David Leonard and Ty Wilcox) - Art Space 111, Fort Worth, TX.53rd Annual Fort Worth Antique and Art Show - Will Rodgers Colliseum, Fort Worth, TX. First Annual Juried Show - Art Space 111, Fort Worth, TX.

Click here to read more about her exhibitions.

Gray A, Mixed Media on canvas (original of Crate & Barrel print)

Ms. Brouillette is a signature member of the International Society of Experimental Artists (ISEA), the Southwestern Watercolor Society (SWS), and the Texas Watercolor Society (TWS)

We can't wait to see what she has in store for The Woman's Club!

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