Thank you for visiting our Website. If you have not personally visited the Center in a while, you are missing out! We have exhibits and events happening and changing almost monthly.

Thank you to everyone who has visited the Center, taken a workshop, participated in a fundraising event, attended an event of any kind, and to everyone who has been so beneficial in our existence these last 30 years.

207 North Breckenridge Ave
Breckenridge, TX 76424
254-559-6602
info@breckenridgefineart.org
email me

Main Gallery:
March 14 through April 22, 2017
A life-long artist, Zachry’s paintings are owned by hundreds of individuals and corporations nationwide. Zachry was instrumental in organizing the Development Corporation of Abilene serving as its first president and helping Abilene become the first city in Texas to utilize sales tax for economic development. He conceptualized and coordinated the establishment of Frontier Texas!, a historical entertainment and regional visitor center featuring many of his murals in downtown Abilene.
Zachry has been honored as Abilene’s Outstanding Citizen, Outstanding Businessperson, Abilene’s Distinguished Citizen and has received its Hero of Tourism award as well as the Volunteer Service Award. 

H.C. Zachry, Abilene,TX
Hours of operation: Tuesday - Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 3pm Closed Sunday-Monday.
Summer Hours: Closed Saturdays from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Hours of operation: Tuesday - Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 3pm Closed Sunday-Monday.
Summer Hours: Closed Saturdays from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Hours of operation: Tuesday - Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 3pm Closed Sunday-Monday.
Summer Hours: Closed Saturdays from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Hours of operation: Tuesday - Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 3pm Closed Sunday-Monday.
Summer hours from Memorial Day through Labor Day: Tuesday-Friday: 10am to 5pm
"Fading Memories"
Oil  30x40
$3750
"Wild Turkey - Rio Grande"
Watercolor  27x32
$250
East Gallery:
March 14 through April 22, 2017
JoAn graduated from Breckenridge High School in 1957. Her family had settled in Stephens County prior to 1878. After retiring from ACU, she began her dream of being a working artist, starting J. Wilks Art. JoAn is an accomplished painter, photographer, potter and silversmith.
She describes her art as visual stories. Southwestern people, landscapes, wildlife, geology, nature, historical sites, missions and religious icons are powerful inspirations for her artwork.

"Going Home"
Oil  30x40
$3750
"Muchos Años"
Oil  36x24
$3500
"The Window - Big Bend National Park"
Oil  33x30
$150
"Peaceful Valley"
Oil  36x48
$4500
JoAn Wilks, Abilene,TX