Waxahachie probably isn’t the romantic subject of any great Texas country songs, at least not yet, but Webb Art Gallery, owned and operated by perennial favorite Bruce Lee Webb, reminds us that it’s no mere bump in the road en route Austin. About 30 miles south of downtown, this quirky little art and antiques haven invites you to its newest barn-burner opening for Georganne Deen’s Song of Myself, featuring “Cajun TexMex Creole Punk” by the accordion-pumpin’ Watzloves. The party rolls from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday, celebrating Deen’s Whitmanian oil-on-muslin examination of “the depths and heights of consciousness, where we’ve gone wrong, what’s holding up progress and the occasional glimpse of paradise.” While you’re there, check out new works by Silke Thoss and Bob Tooke in the upstairs gallery. Song of Myself runs through July 1 at 209 W. Franklin St. in Waxahachie. Call 972-938-8085 or visit webbartgallery.com for more details.
Sun., April 22, 3-7 p.m., 2012