Author: Dan R. Goddard

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Gallery Nord: Four Emerging Artists

Russian-born Mark Cheikhet is a master violinist who also paints, seeking to fuse the arts into something that Wassily Kandinsky called “Gesamtkunstwerk,” or the total […]

"Thousand Rabbits" by Ernesto Ibanez

Artpace 11.1: It’s in the water

  A haunted swamp, an ersatz jazz hall of fame and battling saber-tooth cats make up Artpace’s “”11.1 International Artists-in-Residence” projects, curated by Heather Pesanti […]

Kelly Richardson's "Leviathan"

Contemporary Art Month marches on

From Luminara attended by 300,000 to the Cammie Awards at Chrispark and the Seventh Annual Dignowity Hill Pushcart Derby, Contemporary Art Month is an eclectic […]

Contemporary Art Month marches on

Steve Reynolds at UTSA Art Gallery

An influential figure in ceramics for 40 years, Steve Reynolds pioneered the idea that clay is supple and malleable and can be used like any […]

Steve Reynolds at UTSA Art Gallery

Crossovers at Blue Star

A native of St. Louis who teaches at Washington University, Joan Hall is an avid sailor who is often dismayed to see plastic trash floating […]

Crossovers at Blue Star

Barbel Helmert at Gallery Nord

In 2007, the German-born artist Barbel Helmert moved from San Antonio to Alpine, drawn by the wide-open skies and austere landscape. She’s found inspiration in […]

Barbel Helmert at Gallery Nord

Casual Observer at Blue Star

Mostly an armchair explorer of the human psyche, Hills Snyder journeyed to Peru in 2006 to visit the ancient temple of Chavin de Huantar, experiencing […]

Casual Observer at Blue Star

Between the Worlds at Artpace

Walking into Matthew Ronay’s dense, dark “Between the Worlds” installation is like stumbling into an Edward Gorey black-and-white fairy tale forest. Mysterious striped owls sit […]

Between the Worlds at Artpace

Marilyn Lanfear at the Art League Museum

In an earlier era, Marilyn Lanfear might have contented herself with keeping scrapbooks, painting watercolors, making quilts and telling her stories after serving a big […]

Marilyn Lanfear at the Art League Museum

Transitions at 1906 Gallery

Debra Sugerman is the creator and former co-director of the Creativity for Peace Camp, which brings together teenage girls from Israel and Palestine in an […]

Transitions at 1906 Gallery

Rather Be Fired Than Quit

Panel (left to right): Jake Zollie Harper, artist; Beto Gonzales, artist; Ed Saavedra, curator; Justin Parr, curator; Derek Allen Brown, artist; and Jeremiah Teutsch, artist. […]

Rather Be Fired Than Quit

Artpace 10.2

    In his spatial intervention at Artpace, New York artist Corey McCorkle used air conditioning vents to connect his second floor artist’s apartment to his […]

Artpace 10.2

Kyle Olson at Blue Star

       Kyle Olson uses the simplest of materials – bubble gum, playing cards, cloth and wood – but that doesn’t make his work easy […]

Kyle Olson at Blue Star