It's not often that we get to say that we have an acclaimed sculptor from East Texas having a showing right here. That time is coming for Jeffie Brewer, a Nacogdoches artist, who makes metalwork fun.

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Jeffie Brewer is a metalworker with a vision. He admits that sometimes that vision is a little silly, and that is just what I love about his art.

Local Artist From Nacogdoches Puts On Show At The MET In Lufkin

Bold bright primary colors bring out the kid in everyone that sees them. Art should elicit a reaction, and this well-known local artist makes sculptures that continue to captivate people all over the country.

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Jeffie is bringing the "Joy Machine" this spring to The Museum of East Texas (MET), and this Brewer Bunny is just a taste of all of his creations that will be shown on the inside. The opening reception is February 4, 2024 from 3-5 PM.

Bring Your Entire Class To The MET For Free

Spring tours for students start at the MET on February 7, 2024. There are many new installations to go along with the Jeffie Brewer exhibit from Kay Griffith, George Fidone, and Bill Walterman.

If you would like to inspire your class to share and create art, contact the museum at 936-639-4434 or email The school tours are always free.

Something interesting is always going on at the Museum of East Texas. Stop by 503 North 2nd Street in Lufkin and check out everything there at no charge from 10 AM to 5 PM Monday - Friday and 1 PM to 5 PM Saturday and Sunday.

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