November 1 - December 19, 2014
Long-time artist and architect Mogas’ work is inspired by the “hard scrabble, cactus and rattlesnake” life in South Texas with his father. There are also a few paintings of women representing his “continuing attempts to understand them and their amazing powers.”
Veteran photographer and UTSA professor Neil Maurer has been exhibiting his work since the early 1970s.
New works from Japanese native Stringer, based on excerpts from Miss Manners’ Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior.
Drawings and collotype prints.
in conjunction with Fotoseptiembre
Asperatus is a series of paintings that explore the visual anomalies of light and color.
Orthochromatic film gives models a stone-like appearance reminiscent of prehistoric sculpture.
Works inspired by biology and ecosystems and pearl necklaces.
From 1972 self-portrait etchings to the fictitious intaglio portraits from 2009-2012. Dennis Olsen is a Professor of Art at UTSA and the founder and director […]
Paintings/drawings on narco-culture, faith healers and poisonous love set against a western sky by Armendariz, a professor at UTSA.
The fantasy and practicality of Berlin hotel decor in photographs by Ron Binks; Elemental sigularities”without multitudinous manifestations” in phptos by Larry Leissner on of binks […]
In Tess Martinez’s images, two or three contiguous frames on a single roll of film compose a single picture that Martinez says “stem from my […]
Lowbrow style paintings and drawings in which criminals, outlaws, family members, and other general power authorities battle against each other, to demonstrate the political, spiritual, […]
Laurel Bustamante exhibits a body of work she began in 2007 during a six-month stay at the Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation in the hill country […]
Ricky Armendariz’s exhibition, Yah Me Voy A Therapy, explores violence on the border between the US and Mexico and the escalating drug and gang wars […]
Robert Maxham’s photographs are juxtaposed with paintings and drawings in his exhibition Pictures Taken / Pictures Not Taken at REM Gallery. Based on an encounter […]
Marcia Keith Alaniz, who holds a BFA from UNT, presents still life and landscape paintings at REM Gallery. A new series centered on vintage fish […]
Take a moment with Estevan Arredondo’s new work in en el moment. in the moment. now featured at REM Gallery. The new black and white […]
Richard Martinez, an Associate Professor of Art at the University of Texas at San Antonio, shows his oil on shaped canvas paintings at REM Gallery. […]
REM presents drawings and sculpture by Soomin Jung.
drawings, paintings, and ceramics