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“Continuing Jeffrey Dell’s focus on the confluence of perception and desire, Future Castles draws upon pre-digital populist art histories ranging from ukiyo-e prints to US...Read More
Figurative paintings attempt to reveal human experience as transactional, amounting to past and ongoing negotiations in pursuit of fundamental human interests.
Galveston artist Ann Wood’s dramatic installation initially seems inviting, with a Rococo visual appeal that slowly reveals a disturbing underbelly
According to the artist: “We’ve all ran up the white flag. You know what I mean. We’ve all seen what’s coming and begged for mercy....Read More
Little explores the tame and the feral by constructing floral animals in fantastical woodland landscapes.
Come out and spin the wheel! Openings and performances Thursday, Sept. 1, 6-8pm and Friday, Sept. 2, 6-9pm, othewise open by appointment, 210-219-1562
Sweeney’s hilarious social commentary, this time using campaign signs and lyrics from a certain blonde band from the 70s.
Three Walls in San Antonio shows an exhibition by Rae Culbert called I Love Texas and Texas Loves Me. Culbert concentrates on the joys, trials,...Read More
Three Walls presents an exhibition by San Antonio artist Wesley Harvey entitled kissed again. Harvey continues his investigation of collage on ceramics by appropriating homoerotic...Read More
Three Walls announces a collaborative exhibition by Houston duo The Art Guys and San Antonio’s Mark and Angela Walley entitled Quartet. According to the artists,...Read More
Three Walls announces the exhibition Things Have Gone To Pieces by San Antonio artist Ed Saavedra. This multimedia artist is best known for his painting,...Read More
San Antonio native Chris McKnight makes his debut exhibition with his series of photographs titled No Country For Old Tippi. Curated by Lyle Williams, the...Read More
San Antonio artist Aaron Munoz exhibits a new series of small scale paintings at Three Walls. BioTech tackles a number of issues, including consumerism, man...Read More
Inspired by Ernest Hemmingway’s A Clean Well-Lighted Place and a conversation with Dave Hickey (who used to have a gallery in Austin called A Clean...Read More
Ghost Receptacle is an experimental commentary on a three year relationship J. Derrick Durham has had with the dumpster in the parking lot of his...Read More
San Antonio artists Meg Langhorne (shown) and Marlys Dietrick exhibit their new work in Anima at Three Walls! "Using the word ‘anima’ to signify the...Read More
Meeeoooww! San Antonio artist Hills Synder is back on the prowl with Cat Tois at Three Walls in their official Contemporary Art Month exhibition. Snyder...Read More
Be ready for a winter wonderland!!
Three Walls presents work by recent UTSA MFA graduate Soomin Jung.
Three Walls presents an exhibition of work by San Antonio artist Ann-Michele Morales.
In Aubuchon‘s world, Private Idaho is a place where "real" potatoes dwell. Check out her homage to Mr. Potato Head and his "below average" family.
UT Asst. Prof. Liu has created a site-specific installation borrowing from the concept of Miasma, "an illusive fear or threat that does not exist other...Read More
Three Walls offers up everything from watercolors to large-scale installations by local artist Mignon Harkrader.
San Antonio artist and recent alumnus of the UTSA graduate program Taro Hanrahan creates lowbrow video pieces "with all of the boring experimental stuff cut...Read More
"Kuhlman carries on her use of strictly recycled materials, and weaves paintings out of T-shirts."
Photographs by San Antonio photographer Justin Parr.
San Antonio artist Nate Cassie "mailed 55 artists- members of his community regionally, nationally and internationally- a letter and 2 sheets of Bristol board. He...Read More
New sculpture by Austin artist Josh Welker.
Welcome SA artist Dietrick to Three Walls! She has invented 54 different creatures for a deck of playing cards (jokers included), where the game is...Read More