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2023 Fall Shows

October 7-8

Cottonwood Art Festival

Richardson, Texas

October 14-15

Bayou City Art Festival - Downtown

Houston, Texas

November 11-12

Covington Three Rivers Art Festival

Covington, Louisiana

December 15-23

Armadillo Christmas Bazaar

Palmer Events Center

Austin, Texas

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Due to the constantly changing inventory, not all my work is featured on my website may 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

Poppy Wave

Pyrography and colored pencil on curved birch panels, diptch. 

each panel 12x39"

Small Originals

Pyrography and colored pencil on birch 3x9 panels  

Icelandic Poppies

Pyrography and colored pencil on birch panel  20x20"

I keep a variety of smaller wildflower works stocked in my studio.  Email me at  and I will share my current inventory with you!


Pyrography and colored pencil on curved birch panel, framed.  13x25"

Blue Flag Iris

Pyrography and colored pencil on birch panel.

each panel 20x20.

Plum Blossoms

Pyrography and colored pencil on birch panel.  8x12"

Native Prairie Beauty

Pyrography and colored pencil on birch panel  20 x 60"

What fun are flowers!  I was fortunate to grow up with flowers all around me.  My mother has an incredibly green thumb that she inherited from her grandmother who raised her in a rural community in Southeast Texas.  As the story goes, my great-grandmother grew flowers that were so beautiful and abundant, whenever flowers were needed for a funeral or wedding, the neighbors would gather and cut the flowers that were in bloom in her yard onto a bed sheet to carry to the church for the arrangements.  Sadly, the green thumb did not get passed on to me, but the love of flowers did.  I may not be able to grow them, but I love to draw them.    I hope you enjoy them, too.  ! 


Earth laughs in flowers, to see her boastful boys. 

from Hamatreya by

Ralph Waldo Emerson