The 12th Annual Boerne Art Waddle
will be held in Downtown Boerne
Along The Hill Country Mile

Art Waddle Show and Sale:
Saturday, May 25th , 2024
10 am – 5 pm &
Sunday, May 26th, 2024
10 am – 5 pm
Main Street in downtown Boerne


Susan Baker Logrbrinck

Straight from the heart of this year’s Featured Artist
“Where the Beautiful Bluebonnets Grow”
(Title taken from the Willie Nelson song “Beautiful Texas”)
Free Motion Quilted Textile Art
“Texas is a land of persistance. I have often wondered how it ever was settled with it’s harsh and ever-changing weather.  Who stopped here in the sweltering summer pre air conditioning days and said “this is it!”? But there is a spirit here that is undeniably eternal.  That spirit is embodied in this piece, “Where the Beautiful Bluebonnets Grow”. The longhorn, the armadillo, the painted bunting, the monarch butterfly, the Indian blankets and of course, the bluebonnets. Each has their story to tell. A story of lovely, rugged enduringness. A story of how you can be tough as nails and still be so soulfully beautiful. And when they all come together in one scene? Well, it’s undeniably perfect.” Susan Baker Logrbrinck

2024 Art Waddle Artists:

Susan Baker Logrbrinck

Boerne Art Waddle
2024 Featured Artist

Specializing in Fiber Arts. I use free motion quilting to create bold, vibrant textile and fiber art pieces.

Jonathan Barnes

Wendy Bolerjack

I make beaded serving pieces, beautiful glass and genuine beads wired wrapped on serving pieces, and many accessories and beautiful wood and resin cheese boards.

Amber Cadeno

I make terrariums, concrete planters, Resin jewelry with plants incased in it and moss wall art.

Cibolo Creek Quilters Guild

A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization celebrating traditional, modern and artistic quilting. We promote and advance the art of quilting by exchanging ideas on all aspects of quilting to include teaching and improving our skill techniques, as well as supporting our community with charitable quilts, service projects and events.

Tina Couet

Elements of stained glass using a caming technique.

Loralea Davis

Jewelry made from polymer clay, seed bead and Chainmaille. As well as art made from wood, polymer clay, acrylic and paper mache.

Lisa Marie Donabella

I create whimsical and unusual, vintage inspired, hand-made and OOAK, mixed media assemblage art gifts and home decor.

Joe Egan

Oils On Canvas

Brittney Geary

At my pop-up markets, I focus on selling my unique handmade jewelry made with high quality long lasting hardware. I create jewelry made out of clay mixed with resin and acrylic paint giving it a unique look and handmade jewelry incorporated with beautiful freshwater pearls.

Jenna Graham

Original acrylic on gallery wrapped canvases.

Acayla Haile

Original Acrylic paintings, limited prints of my work, Sterling silver and stone jewelry

Rebecca Horan

Rebecca Horan is a self-taught, non-objective abstract and representational artist who pulls inspiration from the natural wonders of our everday world. Through the use of oils, acrylics and various mediums, Rebecca weaves stories on canvas that excites buyers and transforms any space.

Jill Johnstone

Abstract Acrylic

Mahmoud Kosaem

Mahmoud Kosyaem descends from over 6 centuries of cultural weaving in Aleppo, Syria. His work is based on the foundation of the traditional weaving methods he learned as a child. Through his work, he weaves a bridge between the echoes of the past and the promise of a vibrant, enduring future.

Christena Lange

Chris Lange Art depicts the American landscape and the animals that live within.

Bianca Lecocke

Jewelry and ice dye clothing

Kristy McNelly

Painting with oils on canvas, painterly brush strokes full of vibrant color that her eyes see outside of the local color of the object. Horses, landscapes, historic Route 66 and Mackinac Island Michigan scenes.

Charla Montgomery

acrylics/mixed media

Tracy Murphy

Texas Americana – Beautiful Shattered Glass Art with Resin and beautiful hand painted Greeting Cards. She creates ART designs for every season great for gifting or your home.

Grace Necker

Acrylic and print graphics

Christine Oakes – Sandpiper Glass

Sandpiper Sea Glass Jewelry specializes in custom, one of a kind, handcrafted jewelry made with only natural, genuine sea glass.

Teresa Parker

Original Acrylic Paintings and Oil Paintings of various sizes and subjects on canvas and other surfaces.

Geri Pieper

Acrylic on canvas, vibrant abstracts.

Christopher Powell

I believe that original art is not solely for the wealthy or entitled. Everyone should own art. I am an Austin based artist with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts Oil Painting Emphasis from Northern Arizona University. My subject matter varies and is loosely impressionistic. Every piece is imbued with a portion of my own experience to breath life into them. To achieve this, I use color and brushwork to invite the viewer to enter the piece.

John Ramones

Painting on all types of stone or rock from around the world- acrylic paints and seal with a 2-part epoxy (resin).

Susan Reich

Digital paintings printed on canvas with pigments.

Thom Ricks

Thom Ricks has been an professional artist his entire life. Being loyal to his career and curious about the world, he has made his way to far off places from Egypt to New Zealand, from England to Japan, from Brazil to Italy, from Greece to Belize, from Ireland to Mexico sketching and painting his way around the world many many times.
While enjoying living this creative life he has found his way into many collections in and around his home in the Texas Hill Country as well as throughout the US.

Melany Rigdon

Acrylic paintings in a contemporary impressionistic style.

Benjamin Roberts

Fine Art Photography, Travel Landscape photography

Carolyn Roberts

“Vivid” and “vibrant” are often used to describe Dr. Carolyn Roberts’ color-drenched oil and watercolor paintings. Whether a Texas landscape, seascape, or wildlife subject, her goal is to reflect the alluring beauty of nature! Roberts’ signature style is categorized as contemporary realism with an impressionistic edge. Her studio? — THE GREAT OUTDOORS!

Bjorn Sjogren

Expressed through a unique blend of abstract impressionism and expressionism, his art is a fusion of Scandinavian design and sensitivity, creating pieces that have meaning and soul.

Russel Smith

Unique shots of the natural world and artifacts of human activity and habitation selected from my broader collection of images. I hope they offer a fresh view of common Texas scenes and take you off the beaten path to see a side of Texas you may not have experienced.

Caterina Suttin

Wire art, sculpture (2D and 3D), and jewelry

Matthew Teter

I work primarily in painting. But I also work in other media in particular ceramics. My paintings mainly focus on impressionistic renderings of landscapes, skyscrapes and still life compositions. My ceramics are very hand made in appearance and follow Japanese and nature aesthetic ideas.

Jay Willbur

Oil paintings


The Downtown DIY

195 S. Main St. Suite C
(Rosewood Ave Entrance), Boerne, TX

Customizes… Craft… Create…

Each guest gets to choose their project, and we have MANY to choose from! Just keep in mind that the Studio is geared towards ages 14 & up. For younger guests, please call ahead to make sure we can safely accommodate them.

Carriage House Gallery

110 Rosewood Ave, Boerne, TX

Carriage House Gallery of Artists, founded in 2003, is owned and operated by 11 artist/partners and you will always find a friendly artist to welcome you to the gallery. Whether you are just browsing, or are in the market for fine original artwork and limited edition giclee prints, we are confident that you will find the perfect piece to add to your collection. 

Gallery 195

195 S. Main St., Boerne, TX

At Gallery195 we believe life is art, and creativity is at the core of what makes us human. We are proud to provide a venue to showcase some of the brightest lights of creativity in our region. From traditional to contemporary, our gallery exhibits an eclectic collection of varied styles and voices from regional talents. We showcase all original work, each piece hand-painted, fashioned, and captured by local artists.

The Sactuary

195 S. Main St. Suite C (Rosewood Ave Entrance), Boerne, TX

The Sanctuary offers our customers a carefully curated mix of antique furniture and home accessories, gifts for any occasion, DIY mineral paints, and Iron Orchid Design products, and we feature one-of-a-kind creations from our resident artists.  Our feature artists are Steve Baker and Tim Baker. Steve works in pen and ink, acrylic, and mixed media, creating artisan lamps and furniture pieces. His work sets a mood of comfort and belonging, often generating a feeling of nostalgia. Tim creates pen & ink, acrylic, charcoal, and mixed media art. His body of work encourages a sense of adventure and pays homage to Texas culture. He also contributes to our collection of artisan lamps and furniture.

BISD Student Artists

Boerne ISD Fine Arts Mission

To promote and support fine arts education and educators through collaboration, innovative curricula, and the sharing of best practices so that every child in Boerne ISD is assured of receiving quality instruction in the understanding, appreciation, and performance of the arts.

    Music On The Mile

    Music on the Mile is an event created for music lovers to enjoy a variety of popular solo, small group, and instrumental musicians. All day long, musicians will take the stages at numerous venues on the Hill Country Mile. Meant to be a day for the entire family, art lovers will stroll among the artists in the Boerne Art Waddle, which has been a favorite for 12 years. Music will be scheduled from noon to 10 pm. Please check our Music Schedule to locate your favorite musicians.

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    History of Boerne Art Waddle

    Art Waddle is Boerne’s premier community art show and sale. It’s a festive outdoor event held in downtown Boerne, TX.

    The Art Waddle is part of Boerne’s commitment to the arts. It’s also part of the trend toward fun, informal celebration of painting, sculpture, glassworks, and more. People stroll at their own pace, chatting with artists, making friends and enjoying the day, perhaps partaking of a refreshment offered by one of the breweries or restaurants.

    The Waddle was created in the “Flats,” Boerne’s funkiest neighborhood. Over the last decade the Art Waddle’s growth and success has shifted the location of the event to the downtown historical shopping district.

    It’s a place for the creative side of Boerne. 
    Named after the ducks that populate Boerne’s Cibolo Creek, the Art Waddle is organized by Hill Country Council for the Arts and Events Off Main. All proceeds are donated to the Cibolo Center for Conservation for Summer Art Camp Scholarships. There is no admission fee to the Waddle.

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