Janet Fulk Solo Exhibit

“Hey, Jack” by Janet Fulk

January 7th to March 4th, 2021 

Williamson County, Jester Annex

1801 E. Old Settlers, Round Rock


For over five years, Janet Fulk has served as our volunteer who arranges exhibits of local artists’ works at the Jester Annex. Janet has stepped down as coordinator.

“To me, it is like selling a  house, the new owners will spruce things up and repair things you  don’t even see anymore. New faces, new ideas and new energy are  good things. I look forward to seeing what the next Exhibit Coordinator does.”

In appreciation of five years of volunteer service, Round Rock Arts has invited Janet to present her artwork in a solo exhibit. 

In addition to her commitment to the artist community, Janet is a very talented artist in her own right. She will show paintings in oil, acrylic and watercolor. Her work often focuses on humor, charm and an appreciation for simple pleasures, those little things that speak loudly of living and loving. Quite a prolific artist, she will be showing a large body of work in the large open hallways at Jester Annex.

Jester Annex follows strict COVID safety protocols with masks required and has no-touch doors that open for you! It is a safe environment to wander and view art. We hope you are able to stop by and enjoy the paintings. 

Janet’s favorite artist’s quote:  “As my artist’s statement explains, my work is utterly  incomprehensible and is therefore full of deep significance”  Calvin, of Calvin & Hobbes