“Two Towns: Mason and Brownwood” is the title of a photography exhibit being hosted by The Commercial Bank. The artwork of Robin E. Clark, a Mason artist and retired university professor, is featured, along with that of her colleague, Julie Mize, of Brownwood. The show is scheduled to run through the end of October and may be seen during regular banking hours, 9:00-3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. A “Meet the Artists” event, with light refreshments, will be hosted by the bank on October 7, 1:30-3:00 p.m.
Clark’s works contain unusual views of many well-known spots primarily located around Mason’s central square. Among the locations featured in Clark’s photographs are Underwood’s, Sam’s Antiques, the Odeon, Mason National Bank, Grosse & Sons Hardware, The Cat’s Meow, and a Koocksville homestead. Mize’s photographic works contain images of recognizable landmarks as well as a few less familiar sites in Brownwood, shot mainly in the downtown area. The show was previously on display at the Brownwood Art Center this past August, where it was well received.