Get Connected to Lone Star Art Guild
If you are an individual interested in becoming a part of the Lone Star Art Guild, locate a member league close to you by entering your address in the address box below. The results can display leagues within various ranges. You do not need to be a member of any LSAG league to enter one of their LSAG-sanctioned Open shows.
Gary Frisk - Red and Orange - Oil on Ampersand Gessobord panel
Find a Local League
Enter your address in the map below to find a league or leagues that meet close to you. You do not need to be a league member to visit a meeting. A large number of LSAG members who join more than one local league.
Become a Member
Becoming a member of the Lone Star Art Guild is easy. When you join an LSAG member league you automatically become a member of the Lone Star Art Guild. Because LSAG is an umbrella organization to art leagues within a 200 mile radius of Houston, individual memberships outside of league affiliation are not offered.
Enjoy the Benefits
When you are a member of one LSAG league, you are welcome to participate in the activities of other LSAG leagues. This can include Open shows, artist demos, workshops, and classes.
Linda C Dumas - Blue Scribble - Computer paper and a software change
Participate at your artistic skill level in the friendly and supportive atmosphere of an LSAG member league. From elementary students to professionals, you will be able to compete at your level of experience and expertise in a wide variety of traditional and contemporary art forms.
Joel Salmons - Synchrony Gate - Paper, acrylic medium, paint
LSAG hosts an annual Regional Show and Exhibit that allows qualifying artists from member leagues to compete peer to peer on an equal basis. This is an on-line event hosted each Summer by the Executive Board. It is a juried art show where both monetary and award ribbons are given and all competing artists are represented and recognized.
Claire Payne - The Red Ribbon - Acrylic, original papers for collage