Written by Maria Gardner on Mar 15 2018 - 9:07pm
To celebrate the sacred spring, the “blue hole” that is the source of the San Antonio River, a local non profit partnered with a group of passionate professional artists to organize “Art of the Sacred Texas Springs,” a month-long exhibit at the Kelso Art Center on the University of Incarnate Word campus. The exhibit which runs from March 9 to April 8, 2018, was organized by Headwaters at Incarnate Word and features 38 artists and more than 60 pieces, including photography, sculpture and painting.
Written by Jason Gil on Nov 9 2016 - 12:18pm
John Webb at Dock Space Gallery John Webb is a practicing architect, professor in UTSA’s architecture program, an artist with an MFA from UTSA (emphasis on sculpture), and a master craftsman employing all his training to create exquisite, masterfully crafted sculpture using bodily and mechanical forms as well as ingenious furniture art whose aesthetics please and intrigue the eye.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Feb 9 2016 - 9:49pm
Catch up and get ahead for the week of February 8. Mass Incarceration
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Feb 8 2016 - 1:47pm
Where is a book transformed into artwork and a library transformed into a museum? In January and February of 2016, the gallery at San Antonio Central Library became a Book Garden ~ a home to oversized southwestern lizards, busts of Renaissance men, Zen rocks and other sculptures, all created by Taiwanese-born artist Long-Bin Chen. On first glance, most people think the carvings are made from marble or stone - but in fact they are sculpted from books and magazines.
Written by Rudy Arispe on Jul 14 2014 - 10:11am
After being given a project assignment in her art class at San Antonio College, Diana Martinez was walking through a party goods store when she spotted boxes of multi-colored, plastic cutlery. “Having an interior design background, I tend to see beauty in ordinary things,” she said. “I was drawn to their translucency.”
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Oct 15 2010 - 1:22pm
San Antonio’s vibrant art world was in full display Saturday, Oct. 9 at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts District on the West Side. Hundreds of people flocked to the La Gloria extravaganza that showcases talented Latino artists, musicians, poets, sculptors, independent filmmakers and fashion designers. “La Gloria is a great concept, a festival for independent artists,” said noted San Antonio poet Anthony Flores.“The event promotes what artists do, what they try to do and how they try to make a living.”