South Texas College Library Art Gallery - Pecan Campus
June 16 - July 25, 2016
An exhibition featuring ceramics by Jim Bob Salazar & Pat Johnson. Salazar recently retired from teaching at Sul Ross State University to pursue poetry, and Johnson has had success in creating ceramic tile murals across Texas.
June 1 - July 25, 2016
An exhibition of works by Brownsville-based artist Robert Andes. Andes creates "casual contemporary scenes" that are inspired by late 19th century Impressionist paintings.
An exhibition of works by Deborah Roberts and Socorro Rico.
An exhibition of paintings by Rigoberto A. Gonzalez and Philip S. Field. Both artists address contemporary border issues and highlight a specific region through disparate points of view.
Rivera is a self-taught artist who is living with autism. His mother, Diana Rivera, helps prepare him for painting and assists him with monitoring his...Read More
Etchings in the traditional and classical method of dry point, aquatint and intaglio.
South Texas College’s Pecan Campus Library presents, Nothing to Declare but the Clothes on our Backs, an exhibit featuring collaborative artwork by Phyllis Evans, David...Read More
South Texas College’s Pecan Campus Library proudly presents Machistas Y Vanidad, an exhibition featuring artworks by Noel Palmenez. Machistas Y Vanidad or Macho and Vanity,”is about...Read More
Ceramic works by art students and professors from regional universities and community colleges. A two-day ceramics workshop takes place June 15 and 16 at South...Read More
The True Cost of Coal: A Visual Exploration of Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining and Resistance, an interactive picture-lecture by activist illustrators Beehive Collective, based on...Read More
Hoyt is a naturalist and photographer who lives on a South Texas ranch where she photographs, writes, leads workshops and tours, teaches nature and digital...Read More
Santa Barraza’s work embodies the heart of Chicana sociopolitical culture. She is an art professor at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Man and machine meld in digitally altered photographs by Pedro Perez, artist and art instructor at South Texas College.
Nostalgic paintings based on classic magic tricks by a current lecturer in art at The University of Texas-Pan American.
“[Ramon F.] Barela’s artwork is very spiritual, personal and emotionally powerful. After viewing his work, one may find themselves mystified amidst a new perspective and...Read More
South Texas College’s Pecan Campus Library Art Gallery opens an exhibition of the work of David Adickes. A World of Splendor features mixed media paintings...Read More
South Texas College’s Art Department, with the STC Library Art Gallery Program presents A South Texas Ceramic Showdown: Up and Down and All Around. Ceramics...Read More
Personal Expressions features artwork by South Texas College’s Early College High School Students and Mid-Valley Campus Underground Art Club, on view at the college’s Pecan...Read More
Benito Huerta’s exhibition 1989-2009: Time and Incremental Progressions includes an array of his works covering the past twenty years. The press release states Huerta “actively...Read More
featuring work by Sara Waters and Suzanne Paquette (shown)
featuring impressive jewelry artworks by Tracey Davis and Donna Sweigart
South Texas College presents Liminal Points and Threshold on the Border, featuring digital photographs by Susan Harbage Page.
South Texas College presents Meditations on Place, McAllen’s first video/digital media installation, featuring works by Michele Monseau, Leslie Raymond, Sarah Roberts, and Connie Swann. In...Read More
Check out work from Rubio‘s Westside Series, reflecting the artist’s life growing up a Latino in the projects on the west side of San Antonio....Read More