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Weekend of November 6th 2010
This week on Texas Country Reporter…
Learn how a pair of breakfast based businesses started right here in the Texas panhandle. Kenneth Bennet, 806-756-4386 & Linda Puckett.
Meet a painter whose heavy hitting sports art is a hit with fans. Robert Hurst, www.adamnfineartist.com. On display at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, 1108 S University Parks Dr, Waco, TX 76706-1223 MAP 254-756-1633
Plus, get your motor running at a miniature raceway run by a high school shop teacher. Yellow Jacket Raceway, John “Moe” Callison, Mineola High School, Mineola, TX
One of Robert Hurst’s collectors, longtime TV sports news director and reporter Dave Cody, framed Robert’s print of Secretariat with a lock of Triple Crown winner Secretariat’s mane. (How cool is that horse lovers?) Read sports write Kirk Bohls’ take on it in the Austin American Statesman here. Here’s a link to the artwork:
The Round Rock Area Arts Council’s ArtSpace presents works by Robert Hurst Artists Reception is Friday, October 8th, 5:30 to 7:00 pm. The artist reception is free and open to the public. October 8th is also the opening night of the RRAC’s Chalk Walk Art & Music Festival. Go to www.roundrockarts.org/events.php for more information about this family music and arts festival. It’s sure to be fun.
Artists Reception location:
231 East Main St., Suite 160
Round Rock, 78664
If you’re in the Central Texas area we hope to see you there.
Elvis Presley fine art print titled Elvis Presley Back in Black
I’ve been wanting to do this one for awhile.
For the ladies, Elvis in black leather. SQUEEEELL!!! As a nod to the censors I only painted him from the waist up.
Neil Young Decades fine art print
A musical hero of mine since I was a young “tweener”. This homage to Neil Young is from his days with Buffalo Springfield to the closing concert of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
The Ramones fine art print
Kinda makes you wanna run out and get a leather motorcycle jacket. Well, it did me anyway. “I Wanna Be Sedated” was the graduation theme songs of countless high schools… at least one somewhere I’m sure.
Go back to www.adamnfineartist.com home page
Maggie Mae’s, a historic entertainment venue located in downtown Austin, is celebrating it’s 32nd Anniversary in fine style this October. Lots of events scheduled, including a Reunion Concert Series, Gala and Silent Auction, and Golf Tournament. Join me in the fun. For more information go to Maggie Mae’s web site at www.maggiemaesaustin.com.
Quick Review on Maggie Mae’s 32nd Anniversary Weekend Golf Tournament at Circle C Ranch
Location: Grey Rock Golf Course
Date: October 21, 2010
When visiting Maggie Mae’s check out my art on the walls, and my page when visiting their web site at www.maggiemaesaustin.com/site/index.php/about/robert-hurst/
Here’s Maggie Mae’s TV commercial. I’M AWESOME!!! Not really, but the commercial ain’t bad. Check it out.
More info coming soon, but in the mean time go to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame web site to see the list of 2010 inductees. The annual induction reception and banquet will be in early 2011. Robert will create artwork of the inductees as he has since 1997. Autographed prints and the original paintings will be for sale. This is a fundraiser for the museum. Contact us for more information: