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Jill Bedgood and Steve Wiman exhibit collaborative art that melds their two similar, yet different, perspectives. The conversation between artist and artist, object and object,...Read More
Phillip John Evett is a British gentleman and fine artist who currently resides and works in Blanco, Texas. He creates figurative and abstracted forms.
Eve Whitaker presents a series of drawings and paintings produced while caring for her aging artist father.
Things That Make You Go Hmmm is a group exhibition organized by Raul Gonzalez. Four artists, Roberto Celis, Raul Gonzalez, Lee Peterson and Nico Whittaker...Read More
In her MFA Thesis, Jane Liang discusses how clothing represents an essential part of our selves. The clothing in the paintings represents different phases...Read More
Garrison splices technological mechanisms with biological life forms, creating hybrid creatures for her MFA Thesis show.
Canales will physically live in the gallery space for the duration of the exhibit, approximately 3 weeks. During this survival situation he will present at...Read More
Three artists investigate the “threshold” as a pause, in which one considers the space before him/her, with a mix of fear and excitement, curiosity and...Read More
Anne Leighton Massoni, Libby Rowe, and Kris Sanford explore the creation of identity utilizing appropriated familial and found imagery.
Chair-like objects acting as both three-dimensional drawings and stand-ins for the figure and text-based works that play with the context of language and its ownership.
Three sequences dealing with video spaces.
Sculptures and installations draw inspiration from architecture, urban construction sites, and an array of found objects.
A self-initiated healing process, resembling rituals from Southern Louisiana culture, exposes the spectrum of emotions, rituals, and repetitious behaviors derived from obsessive compulsive tendencies, and...Read More
A multimedia performance that examines sex, masculinity, and the tourist mentality along the Texas/Mexico border. Suggested for audiences 18 and up, 30 minutes, with a...Read More
Members of the Texas Association of Schools of Art Conference focus their creative energy on one square foot each.
A project to photograph 31,000 people, each with a blue paper dove in their hands, to represent the breadth of drug war-related deaths in Mexico....Read More
In the Dreams of the Trees, water has enveloped most of the livable spaces and humans will have reached for the skies on airships built...Read More
Whimsical, toy like constructs including dolls, rabbits, roller skates, and clothing irons.
Works by KC Collins, Lee Littlefield, Carly Silverman, Corey Stein; curated by Casey Arguelles Gregory
Two Houston artists with a common interest in urban detritus and its unique, synthetic, decaying beauty.
Megan Harrison uses charcoal to create a fragmented and dreamlike world. This exhibition is her MFA Thesis.
Battes MFA Thesis explores the disproven theory of Spontaneous Generation and the association it has with modern cell theory and genetics through ceramic, bronze and...Read More
Mat Kubo’s thesis show documents his interactions with store-bought objects which are then returned to their original retail locations containing documentation and contact information.
Harjo’s MFA thesis exhibition and includes sculpture, ceramics, installation, photographs and performance prints, with narratives of perception, misinformed stereotypes, false imagery, representation and identity, and...Read More
Comminos specializes in large-scale sculpture, painting and woodworking, and is pursuing his MFA from UTSA. This is his thesis exhibition.
Works based upon collective memebers’ relationship with a particular place, landform, landscape, topography, or state of current residence.
Laser-cut felt and large format offset lithographs based on Sang-Mi Yoo’s ongoing project, New Village, that reflects her childhood memories of standardized residential buildings.
Juan De Dios Mora’s MFA Thesis Exhibition portrays characters interacting with surreal, ad-hoc devices and vehicles that hope to make their journey more pleasurable and...Read More
Contemporary narrative photography in a range of media, curated by the graduate photography studio at the University of Texas in San Antonio for San Antonio’s...Read More
New artwork inspired by childhood memories and daily parental rituals: Nikki Anderson’s fantastical biomorphic objects explore the garden as a space for growth, renewal and...Read More
Ron Binks’ big digital photos of sites in Berlin related to torture, terror and death under the 1933-45 Nazi regime, paired with a new Justin...Read More