Bee Cave Arts Foundation

Arts foundation
(512) 522-9467info@beecavearts.orgbeecavearts.org
Bee Cave Arts Foundation

Carmen

Rangel

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

The Four Elements

2020, Paint on Fiberglass, Concrete Sculpture, 60 x 36 x 36 in

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Cheryl

Latimer

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

Queen Bee

2020, Paint on fiberglass, concrete sculpture, 60 x 36 x 36 in

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Giselle

Miller

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

Bee The Arts

2020, Paint on fiberglass, concrete sculpture, 60 x 36 x 36 in

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Jennifer

Nowzaradan

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

The Golden Bee

2020, Paint on fiberglass on concrete, 60 x 36 x 36 in

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Jodi

Bade

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

Goldie

2020, Paint on fiberglass, concrete sculpture, 60 x 36 x 36 in

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Mila

Sketch

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

Urban Bee

2020, Paint on fiberglass and concrete, 60 x 36 x 36 in

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Bee Cave Arts Foundation

13333 HWY 71 West

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

12700 Hill Country Blvd

Suite T-125

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

12700 Hill Country Blvd

Suite T-125

Bee Cave Arts Foundation

About the Artist

Bees Of Bee Cave

A colony of giant Bee Sculptures will be making their debut at The Hill Country Galleria during the Austin Studio Tour 2020. Each of the ten super-sized Bee sculptures designed by different artists will celebrate the unique buzz of Bee Cave, from its hill country heritage to its vibrant contemporary style.

Ten artists and/or artist teams were selected to paint the sculptures through a juried competition . The selected artists include Anne Nolan, Carmen Rangel, Cheryl Latimer, Giselle Miller, Jennifer Nowzaradan, Jenny Swannack, Jodi Bade, Mila Sketch, Veronica Palmer, and Paolo Bugatto with the Lakeway Bunch.

Artist Statement

The mission of the Bee Cave Arts Foundation is to improve the quality of life in our community and enhance the experience of visitors by bringing awareness, education and integration of a wide range of art throughout public spaces. The Hive Community Art Gallery in the Hill Country Galleria is the home of the Bee Cave Arts Foundation. The Hive features rotating art exhibitions, classes, community art projects, and an interactive kids area for the whole family.

Also there is the Bee Cave Sculpture Park, a 7 acre park featuring 30 contemporary sculptures. picnic tables, and a giant chess set A lovely place for a family outing.