About

20180602_162408The Artists Enclave of Denton County (AEDC) welcomes individuals whose creativity is integral to their lives – from part time to full time, from those seeking to take their work to the next level, to the professional. AEDC is nonprofit organization through the State of Texas, currently in the process of applying for 501(c)(3) status, that believes diversity in our organization is a cause for celebration and the key to the lasting growth and impact of the group. As a gathering of artists and a resource to the community who seek their special talents, the AEDC is comprised of artists who practice and/or create products in one of the following categories: Fine Art, Craft Art, Design, Photography, Filmmaking, Musical, Literary or Performing Art; and Supporters of the Arts – individuals, businesses, collectors, patrons and other arts groups and societies – all whom value the tremendous contribution artists and art, in its many forms, makes to Denton County’s quality of life.

Mission
AEDC’s mission is to promote Denton County as a nationally emerging Destination for the Arts by uniting artists and their invaluable supporters who sincerely believe that in so doing, the community and the quality of life is enhanced for all.

AEDC Board Members:

SUSAN CAROL DAVIS

President, Artists Enclave

SCDAVIVS_IMG_1144Susan Carol Davis diversifies her creative pursuits as media director, producer, actress and arts educator with her Denton-based company, Curious Dog Creative. The most recent CDC projects are the documentary short films, Mack Minded, Story Town with Weldon’s: A Western Way of Life and Living Art: Jo Williams. Susan’s past experiences in acting for the camera/stage, arts education, film acquisition and development with New York City’s Olive Tree Television and digital asset management as a Bakers Man Productions’ contractor at the Walt Disney Studios paved the way to her great interest in project development for public television, the silver screen and local professional theatre.

Susan holds membership in the Screen Actors Guild-AFTRA, the Actors’ Equity Association, Women in Film-Dallas and the Greater Denton Arts Council. She serves on the Governing Board of Denton’s Thin Line Fest, the Session of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church and is an advocate for regional growth of a flourishing and diverse arts community.

RANDALL M. GOOD    

Vice President, Artists Enclave

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A devotee of the traditions of the Old Masters, Randall M. Good paints and draws figures capturing the deep emotion and passion of the human lives. Good Says, “For me, religion and mythology are the stimuli through which I explore archetypal concepts of the sacred and the divine.” Good’s innate ability to sense the divine allows him to create soulful, lasting and impressionable art and present it as a gift to the world. Patrons often remark on the artwork’s ‘timeless quality’ and his depth of knowledge and keen talent, especially in the face of his youth.

A graduate of the University of North Texas, he studied studio painting and art history concentrating on Mannerism and the Italian Renaissance. A Texas native, Randall has lived in California and Ireland. He now resides in Denton, Texas, with his wife Anadara Braun-Good.

PAT REINKE

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Pat Reinke moved to Denton from Ohio in 1985, raised three children here and has a private practice as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Pat has volunteered over the years with the Denton Benefit League, the Arts Guild, PTA, Thin Line Fest, Denton Community Theatre and now as Board member with Artists Enclave.

Pat is an active member of the Visual Arts Society of Texas (VAST) and the Greater Denton Arts Council. In addition to enjoying cooking, Pat is an amateur dabbler in the arts, enjoying painting and playing the violin in the Flower Mound Community Orchestra.

CHUCK VOELLINGER

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Chuck has been a Special Collections Librarian at the Emily Fowler Library for the past seven years where he specializes in genealogy and local history. He received his Bachelors in History and Masters in Library Science from UNT and has been a performing musician in Denton for the last 30 years. He has served on the Denton County Historical Commission and is active in the Archives and Local History divisions of the Texas Library Association.

KIMBERLEY DIETRICH  

Treasurer, Artists Enclave

Kimberley Dietrich

Kimberley Dietrich is a mother, an accountant and an artist.  She likes to paint primarily in acrylics but also likes watercolor and mixed media. Dietrich’s art symbolizes her own unmasking of her travels through life with a story behind each piece created.  Dietrich’s development as an artist is rooted in her belief that there is something more to say. Her inspiration is in traveling, photography of landscapes and animals along with researching how to make art better.

Kimberley is a graduate from Texas Woman’s University with a Bachelor of Business degree. She is a native from Missouri, has lived in Florida, Oklahoma and various towns in Texas. She currently resides in Denton, Texas. She is a member of the Visual Arts Society of Texas, Gainesville Area Visual Arts, Denton County Photography Club, Friends of Hagerman NWR and Hagerman Nature Photography Club.

ANADARA BRAUN-GOOD

Member at Large, Artists Enclave

Anadara Designs is the Interior Design Firm founded and run by Anadara Braun-Good. Anadara is a true Dentonite, with over thirty years of design as well as community service in our area and beyond. From private residences to commercial spaces, and budgets big or small, she brings her wealth of knowledge and ability to help her clients find their own personal aesthetic. Anadara and her firm have been generous and steadfast supporters of Artists Enclave from its very inception.

KIT KING

Member at Large, Artists Enclave

After a career as a writer who worked mostly in the fashion industry, Kit began making jewelry after she retired. Her impetus was the stones. Kit had collected gemstones for a number of years, and now uses some of those in her work. Kit creates, primarily, contemporary pieces with clean lines and an Art Deco flavor. She works mostly in sterling silver, copper and bronze. Kit does enjoy texturing and mixing metals to add interest to her designs (Kit King Designs).