Southwest School of Art Ursuline Hall Gallery - Ursuline Campus
March 10 - July 16, 2017
"Through a process of reassembling and reorganizing visual information, printmaker Elvia Perrin develops a dialogue between an idea, making, and a process of editing, overlapping, stacking, and layering ink and images. The resulting finished works portray the convergence of this ordering and reordering process that both reveals and veils organized systems, resulting in an ultimate order and quiet minimalist works."
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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."
Texas State University professor Beverly Penn‘s beautifully delicate metal castings of plants are definitely worth a look. Check them at at SSAC in the Russell...Read More
Check out new work by Austin-based artist Liz Penniman at SSAC in the Ursuline Hall Gallery.
Paula Cox, who is currently a SSAC studio artist, mixes pulp paintings with printmaking.
Solo exhibit by Fulbright Scholar and SSAC faculty member Sabra Booth, featuring work from her recent residency in Finland.
Work by Linda Hutchins, Tracy Krumm, and Piper Shepard.
SA artist Appelin-William's mixed media works draw from family life as well as from universal human experiences.
This SA artist deserves some props! Read more about her and her fabulous studio/house. A must see! Also read our recent review by Michelle Gonzalez-Valdez.