Jeri Salter

Jeri Salter

JERI SALTER (b. 1955)

Born in Richmond, Virginia; resides in Lago Vista


Painted: Caprock Canyons SP & Trailway and Palo Duro Canyon SP



Workshops with national renown artists including Robert Rohm, Michael Workman, Ann Templeton, Liz Haywood Sullivan, Diana Worman, and others, 2003–2016

Oil Painting and Life Drawing, Collin County Community College, Plano, 1993, 1994

Art History and Drawing, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1982

Drawing, Pan American University, Edinburg, 1975


Career Highlights

Subject of Feature Article, “Big Skies Open Roads,” The Pastel Journal, August 2018

Solo, Fleeting Light: First and Last Light Over the Texas Landscape, Beeville Art Museum, 2017

Sold Out Solo, On the Trail of Frank Reaugh: The Pastel Journals of Jeri Salter, William Reaves Fine Art Gallery, Houston, 2015


Selected Exhibitions

Mary Baxter: Desertlands of the Southwest & Jeri Salter: Canyonlands of Texas, Foltz Fine Art, Houston, TX, 2022

AS IS rural realism, The Grace Museum, Abilene, 2017

Mountain Oyster Club Art Contemporary Western Art Show and Sale, Tucson, Arizona, 2016, 2018

Invitational Show, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, 2015, 2016

Restless Heart: Contemporary Texas Regionalism, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, 2013

Celebrating the Regionalist Legacy in Texas Art, William Reaves Fine Art and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts at the Gage Hotel, Marathon, 2013

Solo, Jeri Salter: Rural Landscapes and Weathered Structures, The Gallery in Round Top, 2011

The Texas Aesthetic, Annual Exhibition, William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art, Houston, 2011–2019

Art of the Plains: American Plains Artist 26th Annual Juried Exhibit, Great Plains Art Museum, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2010

Western Art Show, Phippen Museum, Prescott, Arizona, 2010–2012, 2014

Texas Wild Bunch Professional Artists Show, Kerrville, 2008–2009 


Selected Public Collections

BNSF Railroad Collection, Fort Worth

Happy State Bank, Amarillo

Icon Bank Galleria, Houston

Icon Bank Sugarland, Houston

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo



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