Coach Cody White

In the early 1960s, after seventy years on the sideline, the legendary football coach Amos Alonzo Stagg had retired and was living in Stockton, California. At the small home he shared with his wife, Stella, not far from the campus of the College of the... Read More

Chance Dunlap

In 2008 when Chance Dunlap’s sculpture was featured in Texoma Living!, he was not long out of Sherman High School. Since then he has pursued his formal artistic training and education at Grayson County College and Southeastern Oklahoma State... Read More

Johana Hartjen

In 2009 Texoma Living! introduced photographic and mixed-media artist Johana Hartjen to our readers. Her work was an unusual mix of photography and collage. Shortly after her appearance in Texoma Living!, she returned to her native Mexico for an... Read More

Shannon Cain

Shannon Cain was the sleeper in Texoma Living’s first Art Issue. A virtually unknown sculptor at the time of his appearance in the Fall 2007 issue, he is now a familiar face in art circles in Texoma and beyond. Since then, the artist aka father, aka... Read More

2010 Art Issue

The third annual Texoma Living! Art Issue introduces our readers to a group of local artists whom, if you haven’t heard about already, you soon will. At least, that’s the consensus of our panel of experts, who selected them all as talents to... Read More

Montana on the Lake

When the owner of this magnificent estate began to plan his lake home he wanted to create an environment reminiscent of Montana’s wilderness areas. Giant pine and spruce logs—some of the largest diameter logs in North America—were cut and... Read More