Twin Creek Studio Star
calendar, news and info about artist Laura Sturtz

Current and upcoming Exhibits (2017) You are invited by Laura Sturtz of Twin Creek Studio to see her artwork and/or jewelry at the following events.

I am talking a break from the EAST Art tour this fall. Doing both EAST and WEST events is a whole month of weekends!

On Sat. Nov. 11th, 10-4pm, I will be showing some of my jewelry and artwork in downtown Round Rock at ArtSpace. 231 East Main, Suite 160.

In December, I will be showing at the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar at Palmer Events Center. December 14-24. My booth will display a large selection of my jewelry, metal and wood wall art, and a group of my new yoga paintings.

Please come by and say hello at one of these events. Perhaps you can find something to enhance your home or body.


Places you can find my artwork (without me):

Gallery Locations:

Art Connections Gallery, formerly in Bastrop, has moved to LaGrange, TX. They have a selection of my jewelry as well as some of my metal wall art.

The Copper Shade Tree and Fine Home in Round Top, TX. is showing some of my artwork. They have a wonderful selection of artwork and display the work beautifully. If you go to Round Top, be sure to check out their galleries.

The Old Bakery Emporium has my ‘Austin music’ T-shirts as well as a selection of earrings.1006 Congress Ave, Austin

Outdoor Sculpture Locations:

I have my larger outdoor sculptures at several public art locations where they will be shown for a year.

I have a sculpture in Round Rock hanging from a tree by the downtown library.

Two pieces are in Jewett , TX as part of the Leon County Art Trails.

My sculpture, "Flight", is in Bee Cave, Tx in their Sculpture Park and a version of "Flight" is also in Bastrop, TX behind the library.

Also in Bastrop, are 2 transformers that i painted this summer. They are located by the movie theatre. You can see them by entering the parking lot and drive toward the back of the movie theatre on the east side toward Farm St.

An interesting thing that I found out a few years ago is that I have several ancestors who were metal workers. I have always considered myself primarily a sculptor, although I created mostly 2-D art for a while.  I worked in clay for a number of years and then started migrating to metal.  I enjoy what it can do.  Now that I found out there were 2 tinsmiths, a blacksmith, and also a tailor in my ancestry (I’ve been doing a metal quilt series), it seems that I’m following a path that was set in motion a while back. (?)  I wonder what kind of things they made.

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2016-17 Exhibits (past)


2016 People's Choice Award, Leon County Art Trails, Jewett, TX

2015 Award of Excellence - 3D, Artwalk, Arts for Rural Texas, Fayetteville, TX