Valley House Gallery Opens Three Solo Exhibits

Brian Cobble’s “The Green House.”

Take a break from the stress of the week to enjoy beautiful artwork at Valley House Gallery. From now through Jan. 9, 2021, you can admire the work from three new solo artists at Valley House Gallery.

The three exhibits open now include Brian Cobble’s “Believable,” Jean Andrews’ “The Pepper Lady” and Scott Gentling’s “Texas Realist.”

Cobble earned his BFA from New Mexico State University and his MFA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He also trained at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. His beautiful pastel artwork features many different nature landscapes, home scenes, and various depictions of city life.

Jean Andrews’ “False Dandelion (Texas Dandelion).”

The late Andrews passed away in 2010. Her work often features beautiful graphite and gouache on paper, featuring Texas dandelions and other flowers. Admire her gorgeous work and take one home to brighten your wall space.

Scott Gentling’s “Trudeaux House.”

Finally, Gentlings’ work is often etching on paper. He has haunting images of houses, often with hidden or creepy figures. His work also includes dry brush watercolor on paper of people, animals and nature.

Fall is the perfect time to switch up your regular wall decor with a new painting or drawing. And what better way to do that than by supporting local artists and buying one of these fabulous works available at Valley House? Even if you aren’t in the market to purchase a new piece, it still makes for a great date night to admire the art in person.

Valley House Gallery is now open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, with no appointment necessary. Call 972-239-2441 for more information.

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