Chandler illustrates a fantasy of 18th – 19th century French sensibilities: horse drawn carriages, decorated walls, and sumptuous colors.
Author: Bill Davenport
Artists have been invited to create temporary site referential responses to various spaces in and around the Eastfield College campus. Artists include Willie Baronet, Art [...]
A series of workshops in conjunction with the San Angelo Ceramics weekend: April 18 Dallas artist Randy Brodnax will explore the process of raku, alternative [...]
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts has been collecting contemporary ceramics since its beginning in 1985. Thanks to a very generous recent donation by [...]
Ethel Wilson Harris and Fernando Ramos became the driving forces behind three art tile factories known collectively as the San José Workshops, operating between 1931 [...]
A ceramic exhibit celebrating the tenth anniversary of Austin’s Art of the Pot Tour, a series of studio tours, public lectures and gallery and museum [...]
The annual hybrid art festival returns, with events all over Austin. Schedule here.
LaMothe’s work, ostensibly a selection of furniture, examines the relationships functional objects have to their users and viewers. This exhibition is produced in conjunction with [...]
An installation and performance re-imagines the white-walled gallery as an anonymous public access television studio including a kitchen/cooking set, a living room set, a talk [...]
April 17th to April 21st Through a mix of installations and multi-generational happenings, 20ft Wide seeks to bring awareness and appreciation to an urban alley [...]
Hand-stitching every line, letter, and illustration in dime store composition books enhances their status as objects.
Works born from the insights and lunacies of Mad Magazine, National Lampoons, and the Weekly World News repurposed using the surface vocabulary of 1980′s fanboy [...]
Robert Green, Kenny Jones and Polly Jones each interpret the theme “Terra Incognita,” Latin for “unknown land” with work that explores unknown territories.
Feride, an artist living and working in San Antonio, Texas and originally from Zile, Turkey focuses on the commonalities between Native American People and Anatolian [...]
The gallery’s fifth presentation of work by Paul Feeley (1910-1966). Paintings in this exhibition date from 1962 and 1963.
A celebration of the various private revolutions that her imagined personages launch: rebellions against indifferent beloveds, oppressive thoughts, and real or perceived injuries.
A group show curated by artist Lana Waldrep, featuring works of Sonya Berg, Janet Bruhn, Carrie Cook, Owen Falco Dreysdale, Jess Laskosky, Jenny Sidhu Mullins, [...]
Garrison splices technological mechanisms with biological life forms, creating hybrid creatures for her MFA Thesis show.