Margret Carroll Anzaldua
Passed February 2015
Margret Carroll Anzaldua had brought a love of art and creativeness to Northeast Texas and many other places throughout the great state of Texas. Her personal art education had been influenced and taught by Lee Kenley, Bart Lindstrom, and Mr. Quinn of Maine.
Margret enjoyed working with art of many types including, oil, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal, and various other mediums. Creativeness runs in the family with an Aunt, cousins, and even her own children and grandchildren who have found success in various art fields. Being a native to Northeast Texas played a large roll in her love of country, nature, and landscape art. She had developed a love not only for modern abstract art, but more importantly, the freedom and fun that is involved in creating it.
In 1979, at the age of 38, she started her career as a professional art teacher at her gallery on Main St. in Sulphur Springs, TX. She loved spreading the love of art and exposing people to their own creativeness at her gallery on Davis St. just around the corner from where she started teaching 35 years ago. Pieces of Margret's art have been selected and shown in galleries and other businesses throughout Texas for a number of years. To this day pieces of her art hang in homes and business across Texas and in states nationwide. She went to be with the Lord February 2015.