Box-Hawkins Gallery

The Gallery was established in 2006 by two resident artists, Martha Box and Joanne
Hawkins. The Gallery resides in the entry corridor of the Fellowship Hall on the campus of
Royal Lane Baptist Church. Local artists are invited to share their work for a period of six weeks.
The Gallery is open for viewing on Wednesdays and Sundays during church activities or by
appointment by calling the church office at 214-361-2809, ext. 11.

If you are interested in showing your artwork in our Gallery, please contact us at
[email protected] or 214-361-2809, ext. 12.

The Gallery is under the auspice of the Faith and Arts Trustees.

In the Box-Hawkins Gallery

Posted: January 24th, 2014, 4:11 am

January 25, 2014 – February 5, 2014


A collection of framed art from the estate of Jacque Neatherlin.

This is a unique opportunity to add to your collection of art,
while supporting the Organ Fund at RLBC.

The collection contains artwork by G. Harvey, Jody Bergsma and Jack Terry. All items in the collection are available for purchase through an open-bid process (bid sheets are adjacent to the artwork) and the bidding will close at the end of the exhibit. All proceeds will benefit the Organ Fund.

Bidding will close Wednesday, February 5th, at 7:00 pm. Auction winners may take home their purchases at that time.

Gallery open by appointment 10-4, weekdays, 10-5 Wednesdays

Box-Hawkins Gallery presents Linda Leonhart McCall

Posted: January 25th, 2013, 12:14 pm

A native Texan, Linda is currently a full-time practicing artist. In 2010, after 12 years as faculty and Visual Art Department Chair Linda resigned her position at Ursuline Academy of Dallas where she also served on Ursuline Academy’s first Global Education Task Force. She was instrumental in the development of cross-curricular education with a global focus at the school and co-designed Ursuline’s first team-taught course, Latin America through Art and Literature, in which students could receive dual credit in both fine art and senior level English. Prior to her last position, she taught painting, drawing and design at The University of North Texas in Denton and Brookhaven College in Dallas. She is involved in the north Texas community as a frequent lecturer, presenter, and juror and serves on the Public Arts Council for the city of Flower Mound. McCall received her BFA at Southern Methodist University and MFA at The University of North Texas; and also studied at Brookhaven College and in Italy with Pratt Art Institute of NY. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions including the Critic’s Choice exhibition at the Dallas Center for Contemporary Art.  She has been represented by Craighead-Green Gallery in Dallas, TX for eleven years.

For more about Linda, visit her website.

Meet the Artist – Janice Hamilton

Posted: January 17th, 2013, 10:23 am

You are invited to meet Janice Hamilton, January 20, 2013 – 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm, in the Box-Hawkins Gallery of Royal Lane Baptist Church.

“Color and light are a constant joy to me and I strive to convey the subtleties that surround us”

Ms. Hamilton, who has a degree in education, has studied art with a number of nationally known artists since 1985. Both her pastels and oil paintings have garnered many awards. In 1993, Ms. Hamilton was included in the Artists of Texas, Volume IV, Fine Arts Catalogue. Her pastel painting, “Turtle Creek” was included in the Dallas Museum of Arts’ Beaux Arts Auction in 1994. She was featured as one of the “master pastel artists of the world” in the 2003 June-July issue of International Artists Magazine. Her paintings are hanging in private collections, as well as, corporate offices.

Janice has taught workshops and given programs for numerous art organizations and has taught continuing education classes at Brookhaven and Richland Community Colleges. She is now teaching private classes.

Ms. Hamilton is past-president of both ACA and the Pastel Society of the Southwest and is a member of the Degas Pastel Society and the Oil Painters of America

Art Festival 2011 – Sunday Reception (5/15/11)

Posted: May 19th, 2011, 8:32 pm

Art Festival 2011 – Pictures

Posted: May 19th, 2011, 3:37 pm