The Somervell History Foundation (SHF) will host their annual “Art on the Paluxy” celebration which will be held on Saturday, March 28, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. at Barnard’s Mill and Art Museum.

The event is free to members and guests are always welcome for a small donation of $10 per person. A delightful table of enticing appetizers and beverages will please the palate.

This exciting event will feature seven artists who will be showing and working with a project. The SHF Art Committee has worked diligently to find a group of artist whose works will portray different art styles and interests.

This year the featured artists will include Trent Summers, Artist; Barry Payne, Potter; Kelly Hoodenpyle, Photographer; Blair Currin, Landscapes; Sherry Jo Horton, Oils; James Spurlock, Southwest Oils; and Jack Walker, Sculptor.

Robert Summers, Artist in Residence of Somervell County, will be attending in the Summers Gallery.

The newest addition to the Summers Gallery include his paintings from the Marchman Collection. This collection includes paintings of Ernest T. “Bull” Adams and wife Mabel Wayland Adams, which are treasures for Barnard’s Mill and Art Museum and for the history of the City of Glen Rose.

This event is a seasonal highlight and the Foundation is proud to present “Art on the Paluxy” to everyone. Meeting the artists and visiting with your neighbors will once again be an exciting event and a most enjoyable evening.

Membership in the Somervell History Foundation is open to those who would enjoy supporting the restoration of the historic Barnard’s Mill and Art Museum and this wonderful piece of Texas History. Barnard’s Mill and Art Museum is located at 307 SW Barnard Street, three blocks southwest of the Courthouse Square. Visit us online at