AVAA Studios

The AVAA Building is divided upstairs into 1,000 square-feet of studio space, and downstairs, 1,000 square-feet of workspace, which is used during the week as our life drawing room. This non-traditional venue, a 1907 historic building renovated completely by AVAA members, has become an artists’ hub for studio work, collaborations, professional development and community partnerships. Our long-time Studio Artists upstairs at AVAA are Keith Davis, Jack White and Jean Sander.

AVAA Studios: Keith Davis

Keith Davis was born in Lubbock, Tx in 1955. He is a self taught painter and wood sculptor. He became interested in art in 1964 upon seeing an oil portrait in the lobby of  Lubbock's Methodist … [Read more...]

AVAA Studios: Jack White

   Abstract Impressionist Jack White received the President's Award at the Austin Visual Arts Awards in 2012 at the AT&T Center in Austin. He has made his studio his second home at the AVAA … [Read more...]