Each quarter, B.C.H.S. invites its members to a meeting to enjoy a program related to Bastrop County's History.

Artist, Lee Jamison

July 22, 2021

Join us at the Lost Pines Art Center for our July quarterly speaker meeting featuring artist Lee Jamison. Lee created the mural at the First National Bank in Bastrop along with the mural for the runaway scrape, the Mass Wedding painting and the 3D coal mine within the Bastrop County History Museum. 

Lee Jamison has been a full-time professional artist since 1982, and has worked in a wide range of art forms from landscape, portrait, and historical painting to large architectural, scientific, and historical mural projects, to museum exhibits throughout the state of Texas.

Lee has a gallery in Huntsville and will be bringing a few pieces from his collection to share with attendees.

Light refreshments will be served.

1204 Chestnut Street, Bastrop, TX 78602

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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More About Lee:


Jamison holds an Associate's Degree in Art from Lon Morris College, late of Jacksonville, Texas and a Bachelor's Degree in Art from Centenary College of Louisiana, Shreveport, LA. Since 1982 he and his wife Melinda and their family have lived in Walker, County, Texas.  There he has served in music leadership in numerous churches, on civic boards, and as a volunteer firefighter and medical first-responder for the Dodge Volunteer Fire Department. His current combined art-and-book project, Ode to East Texas, (the book being published by Texas A&M Press of College Station, Texas) grew out of that long immersion in the people, culture, and beautiful landscape of the East Texas piney woods.

Edward Burleson.​

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