Arts In The Square – Jury Panel
The 8th Annual Arts in the Square returns April 1 - 2, 2017!
Arts in the Square requires the support of city, education, business and the arts community to flourish. This perfect combination is reflected in the jury panel that will select the Best in Show and a winner in each category.
2017 JURY PANEL
Frank Frazer is a professional photographer and oil painter, who currently serves as the Treasurer for the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco. He retired after a decades-long career as a network engineer with AT&T and Sprint, where he focused on network design including telephone, computer and wireless networks for many Fortune 100 companies.
Although he has taken on contract assignments for corporate functions, outdoor photography is his real passion, and he has traveled extensively to exotic locations such as Alaska, China, Africa, Turkey and Europe. In 2018, he plans to adventure to Antarctica in 2018. He is excited to participate as a juror for Arts in the Square 2017.
Lynne Hubner is Co-Founder and President of the North Texas Printmakers Guild and serves as Exhibit Curator at the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary. She runs an active printmaking studio in the Historic District of McKinney, Texas. An independent artist, lecturer, educator and national workshop presenter; she specializes in applying non toxic approaches to traditional art practices. Ms. Hubner holds an MFA in Printmaking from the University of North Texas. She is represented by the Davis and Blevins Gallery.
“Lynne Hubner’s art is a celebration of the people and places she has encountered at home and afar. Her work has been described as “visual haiku” due to her ability of capturing the essence of a scene and inviting the viewer to enter with their own dialogue.”
Becky Deo has worked with artists and fine art for more than 20 years. As a Public Art administrator, she has managed major projects with leading artists in California, New Mexico and Texas. Deo represents artists on both the east and west coasts. In addition to curating public exhibitions, she presents educational programs and hands-on art workshops for adults and children. Becky Deo holds a Master of Art in art education and art history, and a Bachelor of Fine Art in painting and art history.