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PEACE, LOVE AND DISCO November 9, 2012 — The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel


Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust, US TRUST, BANK OF AMERICA PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT

Darlene Mann, Market Trust Director at Bank of America, pictured above, has been the manager of the Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust since its inception. Born to a ranching family, Crystelle Waggoner raised cattle and thoroughbred horses. A patron of the arts and supporter of medical charities during her lifetime, she established a fifty year trust to benefit charitable organizations in the arts and social services. Camp Fire First Texas greatly appreciates the trust’s continuing support of An Artists’ Christmas, an event that has raised more than $3 million for youth in our community since its inception.


2012 AN ARTISTS’ CHRISTMAS 28th Annual Art Auction and Gala Friday, November 9, 2012

EVENING SCHEDULE

7 pm

| Art viewing, cocktails, silent auction and raffles

8 pm | Seated dinner, arts award recognition, live art

auction and luxury packages, entertainment by performance artist Dan Dunn’s PAINTJAM Auctioneer: Scott Swenson, Jones Swenson Auction Marketing

10:30 pm

| Silent art auction and raffle closes


WELCOME from the Chairman of the Board On behalf of the Camp Fire First Texas board of directors, I’d like to welcome you to the 28th Annual An Artists’ Christmas art auction and gala. We are so pleased that you have chosen to join us for an evening filled with fine art, great entertainment, gourmet food, exciting auctions, as well as a few surprises! By attending tonight’s event, you are not only celebrating arts and artists of North Texas, but more importantly, you are benefitting thousands of children, youth and families throughout the region.

We are very appreciative of the volunteer leadership for An Artists’ Christmas. I would like to recognize Jerri and Chuck Akers, our general chairs, and Pam and Bill Campbell, our art chairs, for dedicating their time and energy to tonight’s event. It is their hard work, along with the support of our committee members and volunteers, that has made this evening possible.

true spirit of the holiday season by giving of their time and talent to benefit Camp Fire. Without these artists, An Artists’ Christmas would not be possible. We hope you enjoy this special evening. Please remember that when you purchase art, or buy a raffle ticket, your donation will make a lasting impact in the lives of children and families through the many programs and services of Camp Fire.

We are especially grateful for the generosity of tonight’s contributing artists, who have demonstrated the

Chuck Mooney, III

Jerri and Chuck Akers 2012 Chairs We are honored and delighted to chair Camp Fire First Texas’ 28th Annual An Artists’ Christmas. We truly believe in the quality programs offered by Camp Fire to more than 20,000 youth and families in the North Texas area. This event is crucial to the ongoing success of those programs which significantly enrich the

lives of children and youth in our community. Our special thanks go to event sponsors, donors and the wonderful artists who make this evening so special. And to our committee members and volunteers, we salute you for the countless hours and tireless work

that you’ve offered in support of such a worthy cause. So to the people who have worked endlessly to make this year’s event a success, we say thank you. We look forward to sharing the evening’s fun, fellowship and fabulous entertainment with you. Jerri and Chuck Akers

Pam and Bill Campbell 2012 Art Chairs Thank you for the joy and privilege of serving as tonight’s Art Chairs. For 28 years, Fort Worth artists have made generous donations of their time and talents to An Artists’ Christmas. We can’t think of any other event where you can purchase wonderful works of art for your personal collection while also supporting programs to improve the lives of children and youth in our community.

It means so much to us and to the larger art community that a contribution from tonight’s proceeds benefits the Emergency Artists Support League, which provides grants to area artists in need of emergency medical funds. It’s Camp Fire’s way of giving back to the art community that has so generously supported An Artists’ Christmas for 28 years. As you bid on art tonight, remember that

every dollar matters! Have a great night and show your support by purchasing the wonderful artworks on display. Pam and Bill Campbell


Board of Directors Executive Board Chairman Chuck Mooney, III

Vice Chairman, Administration Brandon L. Chase Vice Chairman, Financial Development John S. Elliott Vice Chairman, Planning Lauri Curtis Hadobas Treasurer Nancy Hooper Secretary Nina Hutton

Foundation Board Kenneth Barr Linda Christie Melissa Kirtley Reed Pigman, Jr. Barry Richardson Patricia Vaughan

Directors

George W. Bean, Jr. Barbara B. Cook Heidi Coombs Alysa G. Dennett Dolores Garza Marilyn Gilbert Michele Hahnfeld Terry Haney Dan Hansen Brant C. Martin Gloria Martinez Bill McCoy Tod M. Miller Cheryl Moore Danielle E. Needham Steven W. Novak Judd Pritchard Mark A. Schulze Shyra Smith Linda Springer John Strong Monica M. Thomas-Bonnick Lynda Tiedtke Ryan Logan Valdez Drenda Williams Witt Stacie Wright

Dan Dunn’s PAINTJAM Dan Dunn has a background in painting, design and caricature spanning 30 years. He has won numerous national awards and commissioned to draw caricatures for former President George H. W. Bush, Sting, Jimmy Buffett and Joe Theisman. Dan also has a painting commemorating the Columbia Shuttle Mission on display at N.A.S.A. After running his own successful caricature talent agency, Caricatures Ink., for many years, Dan Dunn discovered his amazing PAINTJAM abilities after being inspired by work of the late Denny Dent. Dan rented a storage warehouse, draped it in plastic and began to throw some paint. It was his stunning performance at an event in Atlantic City that first brought international attention to the classically-trained painter. Overwhelmed by the crowd’s reaction to the unique show, Dan’s daughter posted a recording of the sensational footage on YouTube. It wasn’t long before PAINTJAM went viral and had received millions

2012 Commitee Mercedes Bolen Pam Brocato Cathey Caero Holly Cocanower Debbie Forester Jackie Green Nikki Green Terri Hollander

Elizabeth Horne Linda Jacobson Cassie King Corinne King Mary Martin Stacie McCans Carrie Meyer Carley Moore

Brian Murnahan Laura Patton Amanda Plotnicki Lisa Powers Rose Unkefer Kelley Walsh Drenda Williams Witt Amy Young

of hits and garnered him widespread acclaim. Since starting on this amazing journey, Dan has appeared on numerous television shows worldwide and has been a featured performer on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Jimmy Fallon, the Super Bowl pre-game show and “The CBS Early Show.” He has also showcased his talent alongside Jay Leno, Craig Ferguson, Dennis Miller, Lionel Richie, Shaquille O’Neal, Bill Cosby, Elvis Costello and Queen Latifah. He has performed for various world leaders in over 25 countries and has raised over a million dollars for charities from the sale of his paintings. His work will be auctioned after his performance this evening.


JURORS

Andrea Karnes, Curator of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth In her position as curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Andrea Karnes has challenged audiences with contemporary exhibitions such as Hubbard/Birchler: No Room to Answer, 2009. No Room to Answer featured the collaborative photographic and video works of the Swiss/American artistic team, Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler. In 2007, she presented Pretty Baby, a group exhibition that included the works of thirteen artists who addressed the subject of childhood, touching on everything from innocent reverie to the dark side. In 2005, she organized Pierre Huyghe: One Million + Kingdoms, and in 2004, Julie Bozzi: Landscapes 1975-2003. Currently Karnes is organizing a survey of contemporary Mexican art titled Mexico: Inside/Out. An

exhibition that is three years in the making. Inside/Out will be the first US survey of art in Mexico in a decade, and the first of its kind in North Texas. The exhibition examines the imperfect, corrupt political systems that are specific to Mexico, while at the same time they are global. Curator of the Modern’s FOCUS series, which features emerging artists, Karnes has presented the works of Vera Lutter, Cornelia Parker, Adam Fuss, Hiroshi Sugito, Nigel Cooke, Chinatsu Ban, Ralf Ziervogel, Barnaby Furnas, Banks Violette, Joshua Mosley, Kehinde Wiley, Ranjani Shettar, Jeff Elrod, Rosson Crow, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Gabriel Acevedo Velarde, Benjamin Jones, Erik Parker, Robert Lazzarini, Teresita Fernández, KAWS, Katie Paterson and Ged Quinn.

Karnes was a contributing author for Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: 110, the museum’s permanent collection catalogue published in 2002. Her other publications include, Hubbard/ Birchler: No Room to Answer, Pretty Baby, Pierre Huyghe: Stranger than Fiction, and Julie Bozzi: Hidden in Plain Sight. Karnes completed a bachelor of Fine Arts degree in art history from the University of North Texas in 1988 and a master’s degree in Art History at Texas Christian University in May 2000. Her thesis, Sally Mann: Beyond the Black and White, offers an in-depth look at the artist’s monograph Immediate Family, published in the early 1990s. Specifically addressing the critical writing about Immediate Family, Karnes examines why it was often couched within the framework of the cultural wars of the late 1980s.

Mark Thistlethwaite, Kay and Velma Kimbell Chair of Art History, Texas Christian University Professor Mark Thistlethwaite holds the Kay and Velma Kimbell Chair of Art History. Having earned degrees in art history from the University of California at Santa Barbara (B.A. and M.A.) and University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D), he specializes in the art of the United States. As a teacher, he has received TCU’s Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Honors Program’s “Professor of the Year” award. As a scholar, he has published

books and articles on nineteenthcentury and twentieth-century art, particularly on the subject of history painting. Dr. Thistlethwaite has chaired the City of Fort Worth’s Art Commission and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and on the Board of Trustees of the African American Museum in Dallas, and he is a member of the Visiting Committee of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.


Andrew Walker, Director of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art Dr. Andrew J. Walker became the Amon Carter Museum of American Art’s fifth director in April 2011, the museum’s 50th Anniversary. Dr. Walker will provide strategic vision and leadership as the museum enters its next 50 years. Dr. Walker brings to the museum more than 20 years of experience. Most recently, he was the assistant director for curatorial affairs and curator of American art at the Saint Louis Art Museum, a position he held for six years. He was responsible for collection development; acquisition, exhibitions and program management; and fundraising and donor development. During his tenure, he oversaw eight curatorial departments and organized five special exhibitions, including major examinations of American artists George Caleb Bingham and Joe Jones.

In his 21-year museum career, Dr. Walker has also held curatorial positions at the Missouri History Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago. In the early 1990s, he served as a research consultant for the Amon Carter, assisting with exhibition research on Thomas Eakins and William M. Harnett. Other positions include guest curator at Denison University Art Gallery in Granville, Ohio, and research intern at The Brooklyn Museum of Art. Dr. Walker graduated summa cum laude from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, receiving a BA degree in the history of art. He received his doctorate in the history of art from the University of Pennsylvania, supported by the Henry Luce Foundation/ American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Fellowship for the Study of American Art and

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the Jacob Javits Fellowship with the United States Department of Education. His teaching experience includes instructor positions at the University of Chicago’s Department of Art History and the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of the History of Art. Dr. Walker’s community service consists of serving on numerous boards, including the Samuel Cupples House at Saint Louis University and the community advisory board with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He is also on the board of directors of the World Chess Museum and Hall of Fame. He has delivered many articles for publication in scholarly journals across the country and lectured widely on American art. Dr. Walker lives in Fort Worth with his wife Paula and son Jacob.


AUCTION RULES

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Art Auction Rules

• Payment for art must be made on the night of the auction. Checks, cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express are accepted. • Buyer is responsible for collecting art on the night of the auction. Buyer assumes responsibility for delivery. • Delivery is available for a $40 per item delivery charge. Delivery will be completed by the first week of December.

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• Buyer is responsible for checking the condition of merchandise prior to purchase. No refunds or exchanges will be possible. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. • After winning your item(s), please stop by the checkout and a volunteer will assist you in collecting your artwork. All items purchased will be delineated on your invoice at the close of auction.

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Bidding Process

• All items have a MINIMUM BID price. Artwork in the Silent Auction will not be sold unless the minimum bid has been met. • Bids must be made in TWENTY-DOLLAR increments.

• If the winner is not present at the close of the auction, he/she will be notified the following week to finalize the sale. If we are unable to finalize the sale within one week, the next highest bidder will be contacted.

Please Note

• Ribbons and labels are property of the artists and are not purchased with the art. • Camp Fire First Texas assumes no responsibility for commissioned work. The terms of the commission are agreed upon between the artist and buyer, and fulfillment of that agreement shall be the responsibility of the artist and buyer.

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2012 AN ARTISTS’ CHRISTMAS SPONSORS PRESENTING SPONSORS Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust, US Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management MEDIA SPONSOR Fort Worth Star-Telegram Indulge Magazine COLLECTOR Encana Oil and Gas (USA) Inc. EDUCATOR Anne T. and Robert M. Bass XTO Energy, Inc. VIP SPONSOR Worthington National Bank MUSEUM Frost Mary Potishman Lard Trust Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Dr. and Mrs. Willis H. Murphey, Jr. Pier 1 Imports

GALLERY American Airlines Bank of Texas Dean, Jacobson Financial Svs, LLC Dorothy Wing Consulting, LLC Dr. Gary Douglas Hillwood Alliance Group, LP Terri and Rich Hollander Imagetek Office Systems Jackson Walker, LLP Jake and Linda Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCans Mr. John Molyneaux Rogers Wealth Group Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth Wells Fargo Bank DIRECTOR Garvey Texas Foundation, Inc. Linda and Drew Springer

MEMBER Charlie Bublik, CMB Photography The Robert S. and Joyce Pate Capper Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James R. Dunaway Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Henderson Emily and J.B. Strong Drenda and John Witt PATRON Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Chase Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dean, III Mr. and Mrs. John S. Elliott Metroplex Refrigeration and Restaurant Equipment Kelly and Chuck Mooney Carley and Brandon Moore Pam and Reed Pigman Evie and Barry Richardson Rylander, Clay and Opitz, LLP Lynda Tiedtke ARTIST SPONSORS Janice and Curtis Henderson Schaefer Advertising Company

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LIVE AUCTION ARTWORK

Tower Park Daniel Blagg 30 x 42, Oil on canvas $4,800.00 Bologna Julie Lazarus 31 x 23, Pastel $1,900.00

Coda I Tony Saladino 44 x 34, Monotype with painting $1,800.00

Hubble Oculus #2 John Holt Smith 22 x 22, Photographic paper, plexi $2,200.00

#80 Untitled Brian Moore 41 x 33, Photography: PermaStable Chrome Print on aluminum $1,900.00


LIVE AUCTION PACKAGES ESCAPE TO THE MOUNTAINS OF MONTANA

SAFARI ON THE AFRICAN PLAIN

The Montana Sporting Club welcomes you to one of the most spectacular outdoor experiences in Montana. Enjoy 5 days and 4 nights, in a luxury 3 bedroom log home on the ranch, with panoramic views of the Highwood and Little Belt Mountains.

Van Wijk Safaris offers a 10 day Plains game hunt for 2 hunters and 2 non-hunters. Van Wijk Safaris is situated 2.5 hours north of the O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) International Airport, in the Limpopo Province. They have a beautifully designed camp on their main ranch, and roughly 55,000 acres of picturesque land. Van Wijk offers a number of tours, ranging from hot air ballooning to canopy tours as well as providing the most successful and memorable safari hunts and tours. Outfitter and hunting professional Andries Van Wijk and his team offer 25+ years of experience in the hunting and touring industry in South Africa. Come explore Africa with Van Wijk Safaris and exceed your African Dream!

The 2,250 square foot home features plush queen size beds in each room, a loft with two additional queen size beds, a full dining room and living room with high end furnishings, gourmet kitchen, and a wood burning fireplace, overlooking our riding arena and equestrian center! (Accommodates 8) Enjoy many of the on-site amenities: • Grab your cowboy hat and lasso. It’s time to drive cattle!• Explore thrill seeking trails through limestone canyons on horseback. • Take a four wheeler through the National Forest or have a fun packed day of fly-fishing with one of our experienced guides. • Hike or raft through Sluice Boxes State Park. • Cross country ski through 200 miles of groomed trails in Lewis and Clark National Forest. • Downhill ski and snowboard in the Showdown Ski Area. • Enjoy barrel racing and team roping competitions right from the back deck of your cabin. • Snowmobile through historic trails . . . or dog sled across wide open fields without fences. • End your perfect day with spa services and your own personal masseuse. • Allow our ranch concierge to help you customize a western vacation you will never forget! You’ll also receive 2 American Airlines round trip travel vouchers for travel in the U.S. and Mexico. Generously Donated by | The Montana Sporting Club Value | $8,000 Restrictions: Package is valid for up to 1 year from auction date. There are no blackout dates. Availability is first come first serve. Transportation to/from resort and meals not included. *All amenities are priced a la carte.*

Included in the safari package is transportation in and around the hunting area; all accommodation, meals and daily laundry; services of a professional hunter; use of hunting vehicles, trackers and camp staff, two common blesbuck and trophy transport. Generously donated by: Van Wijk Safaris. Value | $11,200 Restrictions: Airfare, transport to and from O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) Airport, additional tours, hunting licenses and permits, trophy and taxidermy fees, and ammunition not included.


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ESCAPE TO PARADISE CABO SAN LUCAS

Enjoy a private concert by nationally known Texas Music Artist, Jason Eady, for you and a group of 30 of your favorite people at your own home!

Need a tropical getaway? The exclusive Hacienda Encantada in beautiful Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is ready to help you relax. You’ll enjoy 8 days and 7 nights in a contemporary Spanish style condo, that overlooks the Sea of Cortez. This 800 square foot, one bedroom, two bath condo can accommodate up to six guests.

A Mississippi native and Texas transplant, Jason Eady has spent the last seven years in a musical metamorphosis that has led him through lonesome delta blues, inspirational church house harmonies, poetically spun tales of Americana and into the naked and honest regions of good ole’ country music. His three previous record releases have laid an impressive foundation starting with his 2005 debut From Underneath The Old, produced by Walt Wilkins and Tim Lorsch. Followed by his 2007 self-produced sophomore release, Wild Eyed Serenade which reached #14 on the Americana Music Chart. His When The Money’s All Gone, is the last anyone has heard from Eady until now. Eady’s latest release, Am Country Heaven features Austin’s all-star team of country music players called Heybale, legendary pedal steel player Lloyd Maines, and the incomparable Patty Loveless. Combined, they have recorded and toured with artists such as Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Johnny Cash, Junior Brown, Dale Watson, Connie Smith, and Johnny Bush. Eady’s rich baritone timber and soul-inspired blues combine to create a pure honky-tonk affair in the tradition of all the great troubadours that came before him.

The property features 4 casual and fine dining options, along all with stunning panoramic views of the sea. There is an on-site holistic spa, swimming pools with a swim up bar, open air jacuzzis, 24-hour room service, and an activity center to help you plan your golf, water sports, or other excursions. You’ll also receive 2 American Airlines round trip travel vouchers for travel in the U.S. and Mexico. Generously Donated by Nikki Green Value | $3,800 Restrictions: Available check in Saturday, check out on the following Saturday. Guaranteed availability if used Week 18 — Week 44, May through October. Possibly availability outside of that timeframe if reservations are made within 60 days of desired dates and there are openings. Sleeps maximum of 6 people. Transportation to/from the resort and meals not included. *All amenities are priced a la carte.*

Generously Donated by | Jason Eady Value | $3,000 Restrictions: Time and date to be determined and agreed upon between the buyer and Jason Eady. Production provided by the buyer. Auction package includes 1.5 hours of playing time.

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Restrictions: Texas Rangers tickets – Game and date to be mutually agreed upon between the donor and purchaser of the package and used within the 2013 MLB season.


ARTWORK INFORMATION

Stockyards Chase Almond 24 x 30, Oil on linen $1,800.00

Kalahari Series X Carol Benson 8 x 8, Oil on steel $450.00

Last Light Dennis Blagg 10.5 x 17.5, Graphite on paper $1,500.00

Water Lilies Marti Bailey 23 x 27, Oil on canvas $550.00

Specific Pacific Palm Beverly Breen Baker 17 x 19, Photography $300.00

Once Upon a Time Wendi Bernau 18.5 x 26, Wood (pyrographic) $500.00

Untitled Rachel Bounds 31 x 23, Monoprint $ 300.00

Chair Studies Donna Bales Works 11 x 13, Pen and ink on paper $75.00

Streetcar Ed Blackburn 25 x 30, Archival digital print #1 of edition of 3 $1,800.00

Longhorn, Texas Born Nancy V. Brown 19 x 23, Oil $600.00


Sun Lit Home Maryann Brummer 13 x 15, Oil $200.00

The Long Walk Home Terrie J. Brown 19 x 31, Oil $ 850.00

Native Texan Douglas Clark 11.5 x 7 x 13, Bronze on granite $1,800.00

Saddled And Ready F. Weldon Clark 21 x 25, Drybrush/watercolor $1,500.00

Shannah’s Lagoon Plein Air Claudia Davis 14.5 x 17.5, Oil $600.00

Tuscon Chapel Danny Deen 16 x 20, Photo/inkjet print $300.00

Gathering of the Oaks Bonnie Chilcutt 23.5 x 30, Oil $300.00

The Quilt Ted Clemens 16 x 14, Oil on panel $600.00

Scenic Overlook Lisa Cunningham 21.5 x 17.5, Acrylic, paper, oil pastel on Canvas $800.00

Lot 171 Tom Delaney 9.5 x 9.5, Acrylic on canvas $350.00

Horizon Kelley Doran 12 X 12, Oil on canvas $300.00


Sky painting #20 Sky Painting #6 J. T. Grant 12 x 14 each, Oil on canvas, set of two $2,500.00

Roadrunner II Billy Hassell 27 x 27, Lithograph, edition of 30 $1,800.00

Genoa 12 #1 Thomas Helmick 19 x 17, Pastel on paper $700.00

Above and Below and Merging (pair) Jane Helslander 14 x 12 and 12 x 14, Collage, mixed media on canvas, set of two $1,700.00

Texas in Bloom Suzanne Hemphill 26 x 32, Oil $1,000.00

Fond Memories Darlia Hobbs 24 x 20, Mixed-media $400.00

Nose Dive Kelli Holmes 50 x 15 x 6, Mixed media $1,200.00

The After-Gifting Fashion Show Val Hunnicutt 13 x 19, Collage $450.00

Lost from History Debob Jacob 16 x 19, Oil on canvas $1,200.00

Fin Benito Huerta 30 x 30, Lithograph $1,250.00


Mason Jars Cassie King 24 x 24, Acrylic on canvas $550.00

Third Pamela Peterson Lancaster 30 x 40, Oil on canvas $850.00

It’s a Gas Gas Gas…Gas Gas Gas Bob Lukeman 12 x 37, Photography $1,500.00

French Market Peggy Kingsbury 19 x 23, Oil $1,150.00

Two Red Doors JoAnn Kolanko 20.5 x 15.5, Pastel $350.00

Freedom Pooran Lashini 15 x 12, Water color and acrylic $400.00

Medicine Michael Kolanko 50 x 50, Oil on canvas, frame is hand-made by artist $1,500.00

Throwaway 4: Duck and Cover James Lassen 36 x 48, Oil on canvas $2,332.00

Interior with Bicycle Sunnie LeBlanc 22 x 28, Oil on canvas $2,400.00

God’s Simple Games Steve McCans 17 x 17, Photography $300.00

Totem Series:Parallel Universe Sue McCans 36 x 30, Acrylic on paper $2,500.00


Cactus Blossom Mickey McClendon 16 X 20, Photography on canvas $150.00

Earthly Delight, Times 3 Sharon McClung 16, 18 and 20-inch Natural coral, mother of pearl, and glass beads $300.00

Recling Figure Erin Miller 60 X 56, Oil on canvas $1,200.00

Finish Line Barbara Millican 24 x 24, Acrylic on canvas $3,000.00

Migration Ceramic Escher Anthony Merino 4 x 6 x 2, Ceramic $350.00

Triple Lindy Steve Meyer 33 x 10 x 8, Wood and metal $500.00

Evan Dennis Murphy 47 x 55, Photography $ 2,000.00

Peak Harmony Padgett 6 x 6.5 x 2, Wood $250.00

Lunch Time Amanda Plotnicki 17 X 21, Oil $900.00

Wet Streets Linda Popple 12.5 x 12.5, Oil $300.00

Vision Eddie Phillips 28 x 64 x 7, Steel and glass $3,500.00 Pete Stormie Parker 11 x 6 x 6, Ceramic/raku $240.00


Starburst Raymond Rains 23 x 19 x 4, Glass and steel $1,250.00

Big Drag at the ORO Peter Robbins 25 x 60, Photography on canvas, limited edition of 50 $1,500.00

Beach Rose Linda Reedy 19 x 25, Oil and wax on panel $1,800.00

Happy Accidents Yvonne Sailers 15 x 22, Watercolor $200.00

untitled Allie Regan 16 x 16, Oil on birch $800.00

ER-11 Earrings Susan Sitzes 3 inches, Sterling silver, rubber, felt, aluminum and steel $50.00

Halftime Randall Reid 10.25 x 8.25, Steel and paint $900.00

Off Beach Street, North of Parkglen, Fort Worth, Texas 2003 Luther Smith 28 X 36, Inkjet Photograph on hahnemuhle paper $850.00

Cadi Ranch Sept09 Billy Stone 19.5 x 41, Digital print (pigment); frame is hand made by artist $853.00 Rabbit Rehab, A True Story Jennifer Markham Stufflebeam 60 x 48, Oil on Canvas $2,500.00

Untitled Pam Summers 17.5 X 17.5 X 3, Ceramic: shallow curved handmade ceramic platter with an attached turntable pedestal $850.00

smc 59 Elaine Taylor 21 x 17, Charcoal on paper $350.00


Junior Lifeguards Leo Wesson 16 x 20, Inkjet Print $800.00 Washout Karl Umlauf 40 x 34 x 3, Mixed media on wood $4,000.00

Stately Oak Beatriz Welch 8 x 8, Oil on wrap-around canvas $250.00

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Frankfurt Hotel Pat Woodson 9.5 x 10.75, Watercolor and collage on paper $325.00


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Camp Fire First Texas gratefully acknowledges the contributions of our 2012 participating artists, as well as you, the many patrons and volunteers who have supported An Artists’ Christmas over the past 28 years. Thanks to your dedication and support, Camp Fire continues to impact children and youth and those who care for them throughout North Texas.

2012 Participating Artists Chase Almond Marti Bailey Beverly Breen Baker Donna Bales Works Carol Benson Wendi Bernau Ed Blackburn Daniel Blagg Dennis Blagg Rachel Bounds Nancy V. Brown Terrie J. Brown Maryann Brummer Bonnie Chilcutt Douglas Clark F. Weldon Clark Ted Clemens Lisa Cunningham Claudia Davis

Danny Deen Tom Delaney Kelley Doran J.T. Grant Billy Hassell Thomas Helmick Jane Helslander Suzanne Hemphill Darlia Hobbs Kelli Holmes Benito Huerta Val Hunnicutt Debob Jacob Cassie King Peggy Kingsbury JoAnn Kolanko Michael Kolanko Pamela Peterson Lancaster Pooran Lashini

James Lassen Julie Lazarus Sunnie LeBlanc Bob Lukeman Steve McCans Sue McCans Mickey McClendon Sharon McClung Anthony Merino Steve Meyer Erin Miller Barbara Millican Brian Moore Dennis Murphy Harmony Padgett Stormie Parker Eddie Phillips Amanda Plotnicki Linda Popple

Raymond Rains Linda Reedy Allie Regan Randall Reid Peter Robbins Yvonne Sailers Tony Saladino Susan Sitzes John Holt Smith Luther Smith Billy Stone Jennifer Markham Stufflebeam Pam Summers Elaine Taylor Karl Umlauf Beatriz Welch Leo Wesson Pat Woodson


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