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Susan Teller

We feature American paintings and works on paper from the 1920s to the 1950s with special interest in the Urban/Industrial Scene, Modernism, Atelier 17, Surrealism, and African American work.

Day Off, Stonewall, Texas, March 23, 2011

  • County Courthouse, Fredericksburg, TX

    County Courthouse, Fredericksburg, TX

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  • Domestic architecture (Sunday House?), Fredericksburg, TX

    Domestic architecture (Sunday House?), Fredericksburg, TX

  • Enchanted Rock, Texas, March 32, 2011

    Enchanted Rock, Texas, March 32, 2011

This is our day off after the Chicago Print and Drawing fair and before the McNay Fair in San Antonio.  We are in the Texas Hill Country, actually Stonewall, established 1860. We spent the day visiting historic Fredericksburg and Enchanted Rock, a pink granite batholith, the second largest in the US.

 

Since arriving last night we’ve also seen llamas, alpacas, buffalo, something that may have been a dwarf antelope, horses (thoroughbreds, palominos, and miniatures), camels, sheep, goats of many stripes including “showgoats,” several kinds of cattle (longhorn, black angus, and Dutch-belted, some of which were “loose” although they seemed benign enough) and a very old dog.  On the wilder side we’re seen rabbits, hummingbirds, geckos, giant wasps – but no deer, those were in Winnetka. And, the most fantastic of all, in Austin -- the twilight flight of the largest bat colony in North America, from the Ann Richards Bridge on Congress Avenue.

 

 

 

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