Heirloom Silver Comes Alive in Leslie Lewis Sigler’s Paintings
It’s First Friday in Lockhart, a night when merchants keep their shop doors open late and live music blares from a stage on the town square. The area is dotted with food and vendor booths for the night. As barbecue smoke wafts through the warm early-May air, the crowd is abuzz; we spot two little girls laughing and dancing on the Caldwell County courthouse lawn. My husband and I, newly vaccinated and having just left our son with a sitter for the first time in over a year, feel almost euphoric at the prospect of strolling the square, ducking into art galleries, and then eating dinner at a sidewalk cafe. We walk toward Commerce Gallery, our first stop of the evening, for Leslie Lewis Sigler’s…View Original Post
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