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Artwork by Angie is now located in

Studio 6B

at Winter Street Studios

2101 Winter Street

Studio 6B

Houston, Texas 77007


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Showings by appointment or during open studios.

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Open Studios at Sawyer Yards

2101 Winter Street, Studio B6

The Second Saturday of Every Month


Summer Months 5:00-10:00 pm

2019 Spring Shows

First Saturday Art Market

First Saturday Art Market

Saturday, March 2

11:00-6:00 pm

540 W. 19th Street

Houston, Texas 77008

​Rio Grande Art and Crafts Festival

March 8, 9, 10

10:00-5:00 (4:00 on Sunday)

Expo NM – 300 San Pedro Dr. NE, Albuquerque NM 87108

Art City Austin 2019

April 12-April 14

Fri 6:00-9:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-6:00

Republic Square 

422 Guadalupe Street (Downtown)
Austin, Texas 

Sawyer Yards Spring Biannual 

Saturday, April 27

5:00 - 9:00 pm

2101 Winter Street, Studio 6B

Houston, Texas 77007 

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Due to the constantly changing inventory, not all my work is featured on my website and some things that are here are no longer available.  If you saw something in a show that caught your eye, just send me a note or give me a call.  It may still be available!

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Artwork by......

Angie Spears

Goose Island Oak in Yellow

Ink, colored pencil and watercolor, paper mounted on board




Shipping not included

Big Red Tree, 2018

Ink, colored pencil and watercolor, paper mounted on board

48" x 48"


shipping not included

Fall Meditation , 2017

Ink, colored pencil and watercolor, paper mounted on board

32 x 27


shipping not included


Trees are truly one of Mother Nature's most magnificent creations and I love to draw them.  I believe that trees, with their strong trunks anchored firmly to the ground yet with graceful branches seeking that “something else,” can be a metaphor for human existence.  I see their form as reflective of man's need to be anchored firmly in reality to survive, but yet always reaching outward and upward for what others can’t easily see is what makes us beautiful and interesting.  Trees with their infinite complexities are as unique as humans.

I THINK that I shall never see  
A poem lovely as a tree.

Joyce Kilmer