The 11th Annual Boerne Art Waddle showcases an outside art market throughout the day, and features a field of 38 fine artists and craft artisans. Live music will set the mood for Waddlers, who should dress casually, and comfortably for this Mother’s Day weekend event. Along with individual artists and artisans booths, community partners representing Cibolo Center for Conservation; Boerne Independent School District, Fine Arts department Spring Show winners and Advanced Placement students; arts partners from Carriage House Gallery; and Ladies of the Cibolo Creek Quilters Guild will join in the fun and informative day. Proceeds from the Waddle benefit the Cibolo Center for Conservation Summer Art Camp scholarships, and Hill Country Council for the Arts.
The Artist Spotlight for this 11th Annual Boerne Art Waddle shines brightly on Shea Daniel-Youngblood whose artwork singularly, and in toto as a body of work, represents, in a word, community. In Daniel-Youngblood’s words, “I enjoy traveling around the city, stopping anywhere I feel pulled by the moment, or a shadow, or a stoplight.” The art poster created for the event features her recent painting of The Dienger, a Main Street landmark and meeting place, and has been printed in a Limited Edition of 100.
We invite you to join other Waddlers along Cibolo Creek Trail, and shop from our featured artists and artisans displaying original works of art. Meet the Creatives in our community and hear their inspirations. Dine in local restaurants, and enjoy a full evening of entertainment following the Waddle, at Salvador Dobbs for live music, across the street from River Road Park.
HCCArts supports the arts in Texas Hill Country. Programs supported include performance arts, fine arts, education, public art, visual art, literary art, historic conservation, and music. We encourage businesses to partner with the arts. Our focus is to enhance awareness, develop opportunity for involvement, encourage individual and corporate financial support; and continue developing long-range strategies to promote growth of the arts in all 19 counties of Texas Hill Country.
HCCArts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is recognized as the regional Texas Hill Country chapter of Business Committee for the Arts, under the auspices of Americans for the Arts. Visit their website often: www.hccarts.org.