Free; Georgetown, Wed-Fri: 12PM-5PM, Sat: 10AM-5PM; Round Rock, Sat: 10AM-3PM

Exhibit: PASTEL ART: FOR THE LOVE OF CENTRAL TEXAS: Strong, Delicate, Illuminating!

Central Texas Pastel Society is celebrating 20 years of creating Pastel works of art! The founders in Temple, Texas started with 17 artists and today there are 85 from a vast area.
Monthly meetings are held in the Georgetown Public Library on the third Saturday of the month from 9am-11:30am. A short business review is followed by a demonstration of technique. Quarterly, a three hour workshop is offered. Opportunities to exhibit locally are promoted through the year. All are welcome, beginners and seasoned artists, to learn and create in pastel. Please visit our website:

Georgetown Square Location

The Williamson Museum on the Georgetown Square

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