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Texas Draws III

Southwest School of Art Russell Hill Rogers Gallery- Navarro Campus

February 13 - April 27, 2014

Texas Draws is a biennial exhibition that highlights drawings by contemporary Texas artists. Artists: Jorge Alegría, Kim Bishop, Sara Frantz, Tina Fuentes, Marshall K. Harris, Mark Hogensen, Katie Maratta, Kermit Oliver, Robert Pruitt and Jeffrey Wheeler.



PAST

Chris Sauter: Doubt

Doubt is the first of a series of three interrelated shows. The series explores the false dichotomies between religion and science.

Julie Speed: Cut-Up

Meticulous craftsmanship combines anxiety and violence with the subversive power of beauty.

Mock / Bite

Artists transform kitsch ceramic and porcelain figurines into high art by infusing them with political images and social propaganda.

Justin Boyd: Days and Days

Boyd uses new media to ponder the American landscape through a meditation on the San Antonio River.

Interplay: Mechanical Objects

Alexis Archibald, Steve Brudniak, Ben Cowden, Kevin Curry, Nathan Dube, Forrest Gard, Keith Newstead, Laikingland Co., Miel Parades, Gary Schott, and Martin Smith make interactive […]

Artist Talk: Jack Gron

Artist Jack Gron, chair of the Department of Art at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi, will discuss his metal sculptures and processes in the Ellison […]

Texas Draws II and Collaborative Community Drawing

Eleven Texas artists draw. A 5×33-foot interactive Collaborative Community Drawing will unfold in the school’s Navarro Lobby Gallery. Houston artist Daniel Adame will perform Marker […]

Maddy Rosenberg: Architectural Spaces

Handmade books from monoprints by a visiting artist working in the Southwest School of Art Printmaking Department. will feature handmade books from monoprints. In the […]

Marie Swartz: Constant Churning

Swartz creates an other-worldliness aura in her digital photo-collages, often slyly imbuing them with political or personal allusions.

Sonya Clark

Clark examines African-American identity through sculptures, photos, and mixed media objects entwined with, or made from, her own hair. She just won a $50,000 grant […]