Travelers making their path through Amarillo International air terminal presently have another art exhibit to view and buy whenever wanted.
The art piece that is currently exhibited from Dallas Mayer is classified “The Survivors.”
“The Survivors is my big piece, and it’s 16 feet 8 inches by 5 feet. It’s bison running from a prairie fire,” said Mayer,” said Featured Artist Dallas Mayer.
Mayer is an expert artist and fifth-generation farmer and portrays herself as a 100% Ranch-woman Artist.
“I do mainly ranch paintings. I like to paint a lot of buffalo and bison because I like historical paintings,” said Mayer.
“We are very interested in history and historical accounts. I’m sure if you talk to her, she will be the first to tell you, she loves painting the things that we see every day on the ranch,” said Dallas Mayer’s Husband Jim Mayer.
Jim, who was her secondary school darling, says he is exceptionally glad for his significant other and everything that she has achieved.
She was born in Guymon and began formal craftsmanship instruction at 17 years old and proceeded for a long time with her work being highlighted now at the Capitol working of Oklahoma and now at Rick Husband air terminal.
“We switch out the artwork at the airport every 3-6 months, so as people come and go from the airport, they see something new,” said Curator of Amarillo Museum of Art Alex Gregory.
Amarillo Convention and Visitor Council IS entrusted with taking a gander at entries and proposition of specialists alongside the Amarillo Museum of Art to choose to pick which craftsman they need to highlight at the air terminal.
“Part of what we do with the committee is to choose some photography, some abstract painting, some photo-realistic painting, different mediums, and materials just to show the diversity of the arts that are being made in Amarillo,” said Gregory.
Mayer has her very own art exhibition in the Oklahoma Panhandle and is a active artist with many compositions to buy or view.