July 1 - August 18, 2017
A show of works by Meredith Dean. Dean creates works that are inspired both by "mapping (topographical, land, road, sky, magnetic flow patterns, earthquake fault lines, wind directions, cartographic projections, etc.) and the effects of natural forces (wind, weather, water, time, internal pressures, seasonal changes, etc.)."
A show of works by Lawrence Leissner.
A show of works by San Antonio-based artist John Mattson. The pieces in the exhibition reference the figure, landscapes and interior spaces.
An exhibition of works by artists Kari Englehardt and Carra Garza.
A show of paintings by Richard Mogas. The works in the combine the artist’s “painterly abstract process” with his “pursuit of color.”
An exhibition of works by San Antonio-based artist Kent Rush. In his work, Rush looks to photograph mundane objects as well as textures from urban and suburban...Read More
An exhibition of abstract wood cuts and portraits by San Antonio-based artist Daniel Maldonado Jr. The artist is influenced by the graffiti and Chicano cultures present in...Read More
An exhibition of works on paper and small sculptures by Danville Chadbourne. His work alludes to spiritual states, using imagery that is derived from an indefinable cultural...Read More
An exhibition of works by San Antonio-based artist Karl Frey.
An exhibition of paintings and drawings by artist Jason Stout. The works “examines the duality of the artist’s relationship with the idea of interior and exterior...Read More
An exhibition of silver gelatin prints by San Antonio-based artist Tess Martinez. These works focus on ideas of anonymity and ambiguity through faceless portraits in which...Read More
An exhibition of paintings and drawings by artist Lawrence Leissner.
A show of recent works by San Antonio painter Estevan Arredondo.
An exhibition of work by artist Margaret Craig, featuring her “Floater Orchid” made from plastic bottles. Having studied biology as well as art, Craig’s work...Read More
A show of recent works on paper by artist John Mattson.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More