Rodeo & Music — they pulse through the heart of Texas, rising to a peak Austin every March. And we’re celebrating them in art at our south location from Feb 24 to Apr 7.
Kirsten Niedzwecki’s photographs of rodeo & Western scenes, digitally painted for effect, capture moments both serene and exhilarating.
Kirsten Niedzwecki's "Flag"
On the music side, Thomas Runkle’s “Music to Mirrors” enshrines famous music faces in stained-glass inspired pieces.
Janice Joplin by Thomas Runkle
Neil Young by Thomas Runkle
Rodeo & Music-Themed Art
Feb 24 to Apr 7
Hyde Park Bar & Grill South
4521 West Gate
About Kirsten’s Niedzwecki
Born and raised in West Texas, Kirsten’s “Cowboy Art” is an extension of her appreciation for the western culture that we celebrate in Texas and inspired by the candor and down-to-earth attitude of its people. Kirsten is also known for her stunning wildlife photography.
Kirsten has an MS Degree in Organizational Leadership and Ethics with a BA in Criminal Justice. Along with her photography pursuits, she has designed and published character education materials for educators and also conducts ethics training for academia. In a previous life, Kirsten championed consumer protection as the Chief Investigator for Civil Enforcement under three Texas Attorneys General.