May 21 - June 11, 2021
From Clamp Light Studios:
“Viewings by appointment only. Please call, email, or message us on Facebook or Instagram. The exhibition can also be viewed through our large window.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Clamp Light Artist Studios and Gallery is proud to present All of the Traces Left Behind, a two-person exhibition featuring work by Clamp Light resident artists Taylor Galvan and Ursula Zavala. Through a variety of paintings, soft sculpture, digital collage, and dirt, they explore relationships between humans and nature and the many impacts we have on our world both in life and after.
ABOUT THE GALLERY
Established in 2009, Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery has been committed to supporting local contemporary artists in South Texas. Clamp Light functions as both a studio space for resident artists and a gallery space for monthly exhibitions. Artists work in a variety of media including installation, sculpture, painting, photography, performance and new media. Clamp Light Gallery is located 1704 Blanco Road. Hours are by appointment only.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Taylor Galvan is a multi-media artist currently living and working in San Antonio, Texas. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2013, she spent time working as a public-school educator in addition to developing her personal work. She is now focusing on reconnecting with her studio practice. In her work, she is interested in exploring complex perspectives within her culture and environment. Using allegory as an investigative tool, she explores the beauty and humble reality of the human experience, creating ambiguous moments of familiarity with a tinge of discomfort.
Ursula Zavala or “Acidwinzip” is a visual artist born and raised in San Antonio, TX. Their work consists of digital and traditional collages, combining computer-generated graphics and mixed media. Their collages are inspired by art history, nostalgia, and Internet culture. They explore the contrast of traditional art versus modern digital media, past and future, and remixing the two to create something new.”
On View: May 21, 2021 | 7–9 pm
1704 Blanco Rd, Suite 104
San Antonio, 78212 TXGet directions