Camdenton, Missouri artist Louise Thies' artwork has been chosen by American Plains Artists (APA) to be part of their 33rd Annual Exhibit at the Quartermaster Building at Fort Concho in San Angelo, Texas.

Camdenton, Missouri artist Louise Thies’ artwork has been chosen by American Plains Artists (APA) to be part of their 33rd Annual Exhibit at the Quartermaster Building at Fort Concho in San Angelo, Texas.

Thies’ work ‘Cattle in the Mist’ was chosen to be included in this year’s show. ‘Cattle in the Mist’ is a 14” x 18” oil painting that depicts cattle lazing about in the evening shade, while a disappearing sun streaks through the trees.

The painting will be on display at Fort Concho from June 28, 2018 through August 5, 2018 and is for sale.

The APA highlights the diversity of the American Plains through art. The Great Plains is a broad expanse of prairie and steppe that lie east of the Rocky Mountains in the United States and Canada, but is much more than just flat land. The APA is committed to encouraging the public, to explore through art -- the land, the peoples, the history and the wildlife of the American Plains.

To find out more about the American Plains Artists, go to americanplainsartists.com There will be an Opening Reception on Thursday, June 28th, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM. The public is invited to attend this celebration of ‘Art of the Plains’. To see more of Louise Thies’ artwork, visit www.thiesart.com