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McKinney Tiny Doors

McKinney Tiny Doors is a public art installation created as a cooperative effort between McKinney Main Street, Visit McKinney, and local artists and makers.  Solidifying my role as the "Door Lady of McKinney" I served as the McKinney Tiny Doors Artist Coordinator.  Read more about the installation in this Dallas Morning News feature as well as this Community Impact article.  Be sure and check out the incredible assortment of Tiny Doors next time you are on the square in Historic Downtown McKinney.

McKinney Art Studio Tour (MAST)

I have been honored by the opportunity to feature my studio on the McKinney Art Studio Tour since 2019.  I'm excited to feature my gorgeous shared studio at Glaze Ceramic Studio, 610 Elm Street, Suite 1450 in McKinney TX

Beth Fields Fine Art in the News  

Canvas Rebel shared this feature where I discuss the power of investing in your own personal growth an artist as well as the ways that society can best support artists and creatives in a thriving creative ecosystem. 

Here's the article titled "Rolling the Dice: Conversations on Risk" in ShoutoutDFW 

Here's the article about me and my work in Voyage Dallas that started it all! 

Beth Fields Fine Art at
McKinney Art Gallery

Mila Delfin Section


You'll find my work available for sale in this bright corner shop in Historic Downtown McKinney. 



McKinney Art Gallery

118 E. Louisiana St.

McKinney, TX 75069 

Our show at The Cove was an exciting opportunity for collaboration with the incomparable Andrea Holmes.  “Another Time and Place” captured our fascination with the stories vintage items can tell us and the ways that pieces of history mesh with our present reality to reveal unexpected beauty.  We share an obsession with old stuff that is woven into all aspects of our work.  Arranging our pieces together in vignettes allowed the individual stories to join together in a visual chorus.  Our pieces “talked” to each other, ready to reveal whispers of the past repurposed.


Welcome to this exploration of “Another Time and Place” - where the images and architectural elements serve as an invitation to connect with the layers of story that we all carry with us.

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