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Seguin gallery features Stockdale artist

Seguin gallery features Stockdale artist
Artist Dottie Bowden proudly stands next to a piece of her work displayed in the Seguin Oakwood Art League gallery.

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May 1, 2013
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The Seguin Oakwood Art League has a number of artists from surrounding counties that exhibit their work in the gallery at 109 River St. in Seguin. Dottie Bowden of Wilson County just happens to be one of their featured “seasoned citizen” artists.

Dedicated to the Art League for many years, Dottie started painting in 1970 during her 28-year career of teaching mathematics. Her studio, open since 1975, is in Stockdale, but she is a member of the Seguin and New Braunfels art leagues and the San Antonio River Art Group, and is a charter member of the Deer Park Art League.

Dottie does not specialize in any one type of painting or media but finds joy in using different techniques and a variety of subjects for her art. She has been featured in Notable Women of Texas, Who’s Who of American Women, and Who’s Who in America. Though she claims to be “older than dirt,” this artist is “younger than springtime” in her paintings on exhibit at the Seguin Oakwood Art League gallery.

View some of Dottie Bowden’s work at the gallery Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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