Dorćol Distilling Company
1902 South Flores
San Antonio, TX 78204
September 9 - November 4, 2017
A show of botanical photographs by artist Scott Martin. The works in the show are "printed with white ink on a dark background, suggesting both the experience of encountering an otherworldly landscape and the way living things create their own light."
A show featuring collages mounted on plexiglass by artists Wendy Saha and Melissa Sonzala.
A show of works by Austin artist Brian Phillips.
A show of works by Martín C. Rodríguez.
An exhibition of works by Ana Hdz-Burwell. The artist on their work: “In these pieces I am exploring individual identity with the use of cross-cultural ideas...Read More
A show of works by James Saldivar.
Scott Stephen Ball is a photojournalist and documentary photographer based in San Antonio Texas. His work centers around the relationships humans have with religion, native...Read More
An exhibition of art by Brian Phillips. Phillips is a self-taught artist making works using salvaged wood and other objects.
An exhibition by San Antonio-based artist Rhys Munro. “Munro investigates structure and form by reworking reality and memories into geometric elements to be reassembled. The ambiguity...Read More
Works by San Antonio College Student Art Guild Group members. Artists include: Anaia Alejandro, Anthony Alvarado, Dante DiPasquale, Keith Klabon, Fernando Lopez, Marisol Macias, Justin Mendez and Steven Salas.
An exhibition of works by Christopher Rabb. Rabb uses fictional and non-fictional characters to create narratives within his paintings.
An exhibition of works that examine the changes currently happening in Havana, Cuba.
An exhibition of still life images by artist Jorge Villarreal conveying culture through the objects and people he’s encountered along his travels.
An exhibition of works by self-taught, Austin-based, salvaged wood artist Brian Phillips.
Paintings, drawings and collages by Megan Harrison and Jimmy James Canales relating to exploration and survival in the wilderness, created in the planning phase of...Read More
San Antonio-based painter, printmaker, and graphic designer Amada Miller explores pattern, color, and form in these new works on paper.