Malou Flato (American, 1953) Texas-based artist Malou Flato creates paintings inspired by the natural landscape. She lives half of the year near Yellowstone National Park in Montana and spends the other half of the year in Austin, Texas. She notes, "I paint the natural forms around me, plus those I encounter in my travels." Middlebury College in Vermont in 1975. Selected Biographical and Career Highlights 1953, Born in Corpus Christi, Texas 1975, BFA, Middlebury College, Vermont 1979, Studied Printmaking with Lee Chaney, University of Texas, Austin, TX 2003, Featured Artist in the Texas Book Festival Selected Exhibitions 2019, Storied Lands, Contemporary Texas Landscape Painters, Foltz Fine Art, Houston, TX 2019, State of Contrast, Bank of America Lobby Center, Kinzelman Art Consulting & Foltz Fine Art, Houston, TX 2019, The Texas Aesthetic XIII, Foltz Fine Art, Houston, Texas 2018, Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden 2016, Solo Exhibition, The Art Center of Corpus Christi 2016, The Hunt Gallery, San Antonio, TX 2013, The Hunt Gallery, San Antonio, TX 2010, The Hunt Gallery, San Antonio, TX 2008, The Hunt Gallery, San Antonio, TX 2011, Davis Gallery, Austin, TX 2006, Davis Gallery, Austin, TX 2003, Davis Gallery, Austin, TX 2005, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Austin, TX 2003, Visions West Gallery, Livingston, MT 2001, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, TX, 2001, Bradford Brinton Memorial, Big Horn, WY 2000, The Grace Museum of Art, Abilene, TX, 2000, Solo Exhibition, The Art Center of Waco, Waco, TX 1999, Solo Exhibition, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA 1999, Solo Exhibition, The Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, TX 1980, Solo Exhibition, The Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX Public Collections & Honors Malou Flato’s works can be seen at a border crossing in Brownsville, park, benches in Houston, the River Walk in San Antonio, a residence for single mothers in Austin, and a DART station in Dallas. Beyond Texas, her murals grace walls in Boston, Connecticut, Ohio, and Washington.