Highlighting the Diversity of the American Plains Through Art

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ABOUT US

The American Plains Artists or APA was first organized in 1982 as a small group of artists who banded together to highlight through their art, the variety to be found in the vast region known as the American Plains.

From these humble beginnings, the APA today has expanded into a nonprofit organization with a growing membership of both signature and associate members.

Activities of the APA include organizing an annual juried show to encourage, inform and reward artists working in traditional media who maintain high standards of quality and integrity in their representational recordings and artistic expressions of the heritage and history of the Plains. Additional activities include scholarships, workshops, demonstrations and lectures, and an opportunity for members to network among other members.

Announcements

2019 Show Calendar

  • APA Signature Show – Museum of Western Art – Kerrville, TX – May through June – Opening Reception, Saturday, May 4, 2019
  • 34th Annual Juried Show – Pearce Museum of Navarro College – Corsicana, TX – October 10, 2019 through January 4, 2020 – Opening Reception, October 10, 2019

More info on our shows and events page.

See our 2018 Exhibit held at Fort Concho in San Angelo, TX

APA Officers

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J.I Mcelroy

President

Fritzi Heron

Vice President

Lou Albright Artist

Lou Albright

Secretary

Mary Lambeth artist

Mary Lambeth

Treasurer

Jammey Huggins artist

Jammey Huggins

Historian