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Promoting Excellence in the Arts!

Buy Old Masters. They fetch a much better price than old mistresses.

--Ben Johnson

Organizational Support Team

Let us know if you have an interest in volunteering to help support the arts!

Cassandra Fink
vm 469.506.2224 | cassandra@artprotx.com

Cassandra brings six years experience as Board of Director of art organizations to APT; as one of the founding members of APT in 2011, and prior to that as vice president and board member of a major sculpture association in Texas. Over the past two decades, she has curated multi-media art and gallery exhibits, including A Night at the Muzeion, Microcosm, Collaborage, (both Project and Exhibit Director); Breaking the Sound Barrier sculpture exhibit; the annual Garden Gallery Art Show exhibits; and the Fin de Siecle exhibition, among others. Cassandra founded the company Alamiah in 1998, which has acquired a loyal following over the years. She was formerly APT Newsletter Editor for four years, served as Exhibition Chair, and produced marketing videos for APT.

Terry Cockerham
972.566.6782 | terry@lightandbytesphoto.com

Terry Cockerham is a professional photographer with over 30 years of experience. While working as a professional photojournalist, he extended the scope of his work to include corporate, web and fine art projects. In 1996, he started his own freelance photographic business, Light & Bytes, Inc., located in Dallas, Texas, and continues to provide photographic and graphic arts services to clients in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Terry's experience in the graphic art business has been extremely helpful to this society of artists.

Rene Lowery

Rene' Lowery majored in finance with a Bachelors degree in Real Estate/Business Finance from University of Austin. She followed the corporate road to get her Masters in Marketing and Business Communications, and then took a turn from the corporate business world in favor of art and design. She began her work in metal as sole proprietor of Soleil Ironworks fifteen years ago, turning metal into art pieces that are functional, appealing, and often interactive, integrating business with artistic design and function. Rene' now teaches beginning to advanced welding at the Creative Art Center in Dallas, where she shares her love of metal sculpture.

Pamela Rabin

Pamela Rabin received her Bachelors of Arts in Fine Art, from the San Francisco Art Institute. After graduating with honors in photography she pursued her passion in the arts through a freelance photography career in Dallas, Texas with Pulse Magazine. Her work has been featured in D Magazine and The San Francisco Chronicle, and been shown and collected nationally, as well as internationally. Keeping her finger on the pulse of the Dallas art scene and art events in north Texas, Pamela has contributed her energy and vivaciousness in public relations to this group of artists.

Lottie Minick

Lottie Minick has worked diligently as an advocate for Texas artists. She has experience as a neighbor artist contributor for the Dallas Morning News' Neighbors Go, and White Rock Lake Weekly. Lottie has organized and curated the Friends of Lottie Sculpture Show at the State Fair of Texas, the largest fair in the U.S., for the last six years. She was on the board of Directors for the Texas Sculpture Association for four years, and has curated Artscape At the Arboretum art festival for the Dallas Arboretum since it's inception.

Dolores Hastings

Dolores Hastings completed her Business Management Degree in 1996 from Northwood University in Texas, and has helped numerous small businesses increase their profit over the last seven years. She was accountant and bookkeeper for the Robert Lynn Company reporting directly to the CFO, and currently serves on the board of the North Texas Cardiac Ultrasound Society.