Christine Brisley-Wade will be exhibiting a collection of art with 79 pieces painted over a span of years at the Brownwood Art Association at 215 Fisk Avenue.
The exhibit will be open from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, and Brisley-Wade will be holding a Pour-N-Pallete demonstration from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Inspired by life and all different experiences and locations while traveling the world, Brisley-Wade’s paintings allow a look into her eclectic body of work that is brilliant and invites one on journey through out her career.
As a teacher, counselor, and artist who taught those with special needs and incarcerated women, the England native artist wanted her work and art to be used to set people free and liberate them in life.
Brisley-Wade will return to Brownwood for the Stars of Texas will see will be a demonstrator on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Depot. Wade will also be restoring a wall painted in World War II at the Brown County Museum of History during the month of the February. She also teaches art classes at select locations. Those interested in attending a class can contact Brisley-Wade at 512-963-7032.