Bihl Haus Arts

(210) 383-9723

2803 Fredericksburg Rd.

San Antonio, TX 78201

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Nature on the Edge: Mutation and Hybridity in 21st Century Art

Bihl Haus Arts

May 22 - July 25, 2015

A group show of 17 established and up-and-coming San Antonio artists on the theme of the environment. Curated by David Rubin.


Elizabeth Rodriguez: On the Eve of Consciousness

An exhibition featuring artist Elizabeth Rodriguez’s still life paintings of apples in various stages of consumption and decay alongside her Consumed installation about women, temptation […]

On and Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour

The 8th annual “On and Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour”–a self-guided, two-day tour of artist studios and galleries “on and off” San Antonio’s Fredericksburg Road. […]

Ben Mata: Luminosity

Oil paintings on aluminum by San Antonio artist Ben Mata play with the translucent effects of paint’s interaction with metallic surface.

Antonio Serna: Some Kind of Primitive

Large paintings that oscillate between traditionally rendered figures and stenciled monolithic forms; antiquated dinosaur illustrations are overlaid with silhouettes of pixelated buildings that reference early […]

2013 On & Off Fred Tour

More than 70 artists will participate in a 2-day self-guided tour of artists’ studios in neighborhoods along historic Fredericksburg Rd. in San Antonio, Texas on […]

Ancestral Journeys to Now

A discussion about the meanings of the Aztec legacy in contemporary lives.  Harvard Professor Davíd Carrasco and San Antonio author John Phillip Santos explore this […]

Kari Roberts-Sackman: Bodies and Babies

Images of motherhood, infertility, the body and children. “Life is like birth… it’s sticky and smelly and bloody and filled with joy and pain,” writes […]

Glow: The Nuclear Show

Artists respond to all things nuclear: nuclear power, nuclear weapons, nuclear waste, nuclear energy, nuclear medicine, nuclear radiation.

Lucia LaVilla-Havelin: Fantastic Voyage

Bundled, knotted, woven fibers and embroidered fabrics bind together with found materials to form bizarre structures adapted from medical and scientific sources.

On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour

Two full days of self-guided touring through San Antonio’s inner-city art scene. An exhibit at Bihl Haus Gallery features works by each of the 90 […]

Joan Frederick: Photographs with Issues

San Antonio’s city-wide Fotoseptiembre festival kicks off  at Bihl Haus Arts with sculptural photo works by Joan Frederick dealing with themes of love, loss, and […]

Raul Castellanos: Recovery & Recycling

Sculptor Raul Castellanos’s new assemblage sculptures and site-specific installations are on view in Recovery & Recycling at Bihl Haus Arts. In the exhibition, Castellanos explores […]

Melanie Rush Davis: Wordworkers

Melanie Rush Davis photographs poets in the San Antonio area with a pinhole camera. Her work is now included in the exhibition Wordworkers on view […]

Melanie Rush Davis: Wordworkers

Melanie Rush Davis photographs poets in the San Antonio area with a pinhole camera. Her work is now included in the exhibition Wordworkers on view […]


David Almaguer, Rex Hausmann (shown), and Russell Stephenson, three members of Texas Cannons of Proportion (TCP) artist collective, "find inspiration in the physical and mental […]

Carolina G. Flores: River of Silk/Rio de Seda

"Cascades of hand-dyed silk—yards and yards and yards of it—tumble 20-feet from the ceiling rafters.  They pool and comingle on the floor, creating River of […]

Marilyn Lanfear: True Stories

Marilyn Lanfear explores her role as family historian with her current exhibit, True Stories: Inherited, Salvaged, Embroidered.