Southwest School of Art Russell Hill Rogers Gallery- Navarro Campus
February 11 - April 24, 2016
An exhibition of artists from across Texas who "extend the traditional definition of drawing." The show features work by Fernando Andrade (San Antonio), Michael Bise (Houston), Kent Dorn (Houston), Adrian Esparza (El Paso), Mack Gingles (Waco), Hollis Hammonds (Austin), Timothy Harding (Fort Worth), Martha Hughes (Marfa), Robert Jackson Harrington (Austin), Soomin Jung (San Antonio), Kathleen McShane (Fayetteville), Benjamin McVey (San Antonio), Lee Michael Peterson (San Antonio), Rusty Scruby (Dallas), Randy Twaddle (Houston), Terri Thornton (Fort Worth), David Willburn (Dallas), and Hsiu Ching Yu (Commerce).
An exhibition of ceramics by Dennis Smith, the former chairman of the ceramics department at the Southwest School of Art. The show also features works...Read More
A solo exhibition of drawings and sculptures by Jayne Lawrence. Through the combination of human anatomy with insect and plant life, Lawrence creates forms that look...Read More
A solo exhibition of hand-built “orbs” by artist Stephanie Liner. Questioning the ideas of handcrafted objects as well as the gaze, Liner’s objects force an uncomfortable...Read More
An annual group exhibition showcasing recent works by SSA students, studio artists and adjunct faculty.
An exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Southwest School of Art, featuring self portraits by 50 artists who’ve had some kind of relationship with...Read More
Held in conjunction with Contemporary Art Month, this group show features work by Kelly O’Connor, Jesse Amado, and Andrew Havenhand–three contemporary artists who challenge assumptions...Read More
An exhibition of contemporary porcelain sculpture, which range from meticulous figurative objects to wall and floor installations. Artists include: Dylan Beck (Manhattan, Kansas), Ying-Yueh Chuang...Read More
Ritson exhibits new sculpture in carbon and glass fiber along with maquettes formed of porcelain, referencing the lunar eclipse and the transitory nature of light...Read More
Works by recent SW School students. Shown: Victor Pagona
This exhibition will include Miami artist Leiva’s large-scale narrative paintings and drawings depicting fantastical otherworlds.
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,...Read More
These American photographers create surrealistic work focuses on links with nature and the lonely condition of existence.
Doubt is the first of a series of three interrelated shows. The series explores the false dichotomies between religion and science.
Meticulous craftsmanship combines anxiety and violence with the subversive power of beauty.
Artists transform kitsch ceramic and porcelain figurines into high art by infusing them with political images and social propaganda.
Valencia creates an enviroment reminiscent of the Texas Landscape with common recycled materials.
Boyd uses new media to ponder the American landscape through a meditation on the San Antonio River.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Speakers at this annual symposium in the Russell Hill Rogers Lecture Hall will be Sonya Clark, Chair of Craft/Materials Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, Namita...Read More
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...Read More
Swartz creates an other-worldliness aura in her digital photo-collages, often slyly imbuing them with political or personal allusions.
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...Read More