An exhibition of paintings by San Antonio artist Christopher Rabb influenced by cartoons, graphic novels, and other pop culture sources.
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The Gentileschi Aegis Gallery Association presents a collaborative work based upon the “roygbiv” color gradients.
Fox’s figurative paintings explore the struggles and memories of women.
Interludes explores moments of distraction in domestic spheres. These figurative subjects in these paintings are lost in thought, at rest, or engaged in technology.
The Southwest School of Art will feature San Antonio artist Rebecca Dietz’s photographs of abandoned fairgrounds and boardwalk amusement parks along the Mid-Atlantic coast as […]
A music concert and artist Q and A as part of the Austin-based No Idea Festival, an international gathering of experimental and improvisational sound artists. […]
A photographer earning her certificate at the Southwest School of Art captures the symbolic language of the body.
New prints highlight the ingenuity, resourcefulness and humor of Mexican-Americans who survive the Mayan apocalypse.
French’s photographs depict elements of the Texas landscapes with an experimental approach to the medium.
Rainey studied art at the University of Texas at San Antonio and was the recipient of the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Primer Paso Fellowship. She […]
The national juried art show will bring more than 100 artists from all over the U.S. to San Antonio to exhibit and sell their work […]
San Antonio artist Vanessa Garcia Briedé’s mixed media and fiber art works.
Brooklyn-based Brock uses delicate and humorous paper pulp paintings to ruminate on her family experiences on a rural farm.
McPhee lugged a cumbersome, 55-year-old Deardorff 8×10 viewfinder camera through Idaho’s Sawtooth Valley, capturing images of the land and its inhabitants in mammoth 6-by-8 foot […]
Three new exhibitions open at the Southwest School of Art with fiber works by Jon Eric Riis in his exhibit Oracles opening December 9. San […]
Three exhibitions at the Southwest School of Art & Craft open this September with artists Kent Rush, Ramin Samandari, and Amanda Stark. Kent, a San […]
Southwest School of Art & Craft presents four new exhibitions opening Thursday, July 15! Students, faculty, and allied artists showcase their recent work in the […]
Eden Revisited features the ceramic work of Kurt Weiser at the Southwest School of Art & Craft. This mid-career retrospective exhibition brings the artist’s porcelain […]
The Southwest School of Art & Craft presents the work of Jung Hee Mun in Retracing Sensation. This image is Mun’s piece titled Hastened Longing […]
In honor of Historic Preservation Month, this exhibition presents the history of Trabajo Rustico, the centuries-old tradition of producing cement sculptures and architectural elements that […]
Acclaimed San Antonio artist, Vincent Valdez, now living in Los Angeles returns to show new works in Flashback. Bruce Metcalf’s exhibition The Miniature Worlds is organized […]
San Antonio artist exhibits new paintings that explore the relationship of color and pattern.
Check out new work by printmaker and San Antonio native Cynthia Jones Miller.
Southwest School of Art and Craft hosts work by renowned photographer Abelardo Morell during Fotoseptiembre USA.
Twelve great artists from across Texas will show drawn works that are "as varied and fulsome as the state itself" at the Southwest School of […]
Trade portfolio from China Sanbao International Printmaking project, including works by SSAC Printmaking Department Chair Margaret Craig.
For another of three concurrent exhibitions featuring the work of artist Marcia Gygli King, SSAC is exhibiting King’s early works on paper, under the heading […]
SSAC photography student Osamu Watanabe’s color images are a personal selection of recent works entitled My San Antonio.
Check out Hanessian’s ceramic installation, as well as work by Travis Townsend and the exhibit Tzompantli, featuring a series of prints by Mexican artists addressing […]
Check out these two solo exhibits, one by Guatemalan aritst Riedel titled The Making of a Mestiza, and Saldana’s (shown) Caution.
San Antonio artist Khoshbin "combines photographs with intricately carved texts in a series of familiar, often iconic, images that address memory and nostalgia."
Check out new work by Austin-based artist Liz Penniman at SSAC in the Ursuline Hall Gallery.