Jack Stevens: January 26 - April 20

Thursday, February 1

Gallery Reception
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
free and open to the public


Jack Stevens (1934 - 2019) was a cowboy, a bronc rider, an oilfield worker, a rancher, and above all, an artist. Born in Thornberry and settled in Iowa Park, his works large and small are iconic to the Texoma region.

From an early age, expressing his surroundings through art was fundamental to his life. As an adult, he found meaning and a spiritual connection to those around him through his art.

But folks don’t only remember him for the beautiful work he created. They also remember him for his deep love of sharing his world and vision with his friends and patrons. This passion for helping others through his art is what continues to make him a legend in our community.

Our gallery exhibit features over 30 sculptures and many drawings and prints, on loan from the many patrons whose lives he touched.

You can also learn more about Jack's work and the locations of all his regional public art by going to our dedicated website at JackStevensLegacy.com.


The West End Studio is on the first floor of The Kemp Center building located at 1300 Lamar, Wichita Falls, TX 76301.  Call for further information: 940 767-2787 or email galleries@artscouncilwf.org.