JLHaynes.studio GALLERY:Johnson City, TX monthly Art Walk: CANCELLED for now

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 Current Showing Information:Featured Artist October 29, 2016 Art Walk at Echo in Johnson City more info »»

Janet L. ​Haynes - artist

Read my Artist’s Statement to learn more about me, then work your way through the pages of my portfolio to see the work that followed my Bastrop fires revelation. 

Janet L. Haynes 
New Work . . . 

Echo in Johnson City

100 N. Nugent Avenue, Ste A

Johnson City, TX 78636

Explore with me the “Visions of my Mind” as I expand my artistic horizons and enjoy the journey I started 50+ years ago, as I express myself through my art.
»» Trees have always intrigued me; but after the Bastrop fires they took on even more meaning. View the art inspired by the Bastrop fires in my Tribute to Bastrop Texas Series here »».

COVID-19 Gallery Hours
as of July 10th the following hours apply

masks or face coverings are required along with Social Distancing - Thank You for your support!
Sun - 12-5
Mon - 11-5
Tue-Thu: Closed *
Fri   -  11-6
Sat  -  11-6

CRAZY TIMES HAPPENING - due to the unknown path of the current COVID19 pandemic, the art community of Johnson City, TX (ArtJCTX.org) has made the decision to cancel our upcoming Art Walks for now. 

New Beginnings

. . . back to where I want to be

Creating art has long been the goal of my life.  With many wrong turns, distractions and delays behind me, these pages reflect the results of my recent artistic endeavors.

Seeing the tragic results of the Bastrop, Texas wildfire of 2011 spurred me to express my feelings through my art.

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