If it feels like there’s more creativity weaving its way into the Lake Travis tapestry, you’re correct. We’ve witnessed forward movement in the local art community and thanks to a new mural opportunity, it’s about to get even artsy-er.
Sharing artwork by local artists isn’t a new concept to the area. Our local libraries, activity centers, and civic organizations have been showcasing artists for years. LTL has written about local artists like Kelly Brynteson who created artwork for Mack, Jack & McConaughey and the Russell Collection Fine Art Gallery in the Oaks at Lakeway.
You have sculpture parks and the Hill Country Galleria benches. Plus, on May 20, Lakeway awarded TexARTS and the Lake Travis Film Festival $90,000 from its HOT coffers.
The art community has a hub at Hill Country Galleria thanks to places like Color Me Mine, Wythaus Art Gallery, The Hive, Contracommon, and Flip’N Art. And a brand new permanent installation is on its way that embraces the Keep Austin Weird vibe, even way out west.