Mar 2

Collection 492

A group printmaking Exhibition, Selected

@ Front Gallery, Stephen F. Austin University, Nacogdoches, TX

Jun 15

Group Hug 6! - Austin

Group Hug 6! is the group exhibition of Eyes Got It! an art competition, featuring the Top Ten (plus 2) semi-finalists;
Rachel Bury
Sarah Fox
Whitney Hill
Zack Ingram
Pat Johnson
Soomin Jung
Benjamin McVey
Andrei Renteria
Amy Scofield
Julie Underriner
and Karen Woodward Garcia.

The Museum of Human Achievement, Austin TX

6:00 pm18:00

Red Dot

Red Dot

Blue Star Contemporary is delighted to announce its 26th annual Red Dot on May 18, 2016, from 6 to 10 pm. This year’s fundraiser, which coincides with Blue Star’s thirtieth anniversary, celebrates arts patron Rick Liberto and his dear friend, the late artist Chuck Ramirez. These two, often referred to as “Chickenruck,” have enormously supported and influenced the growth of a vibrant Blue Star Contemporary and the rich art landscape of San Antonio.

7:00 pm19:00

Group Hug 6!

Group Hug 6! is the group exhibition of Eyes Got It! an art competition, featuring the Top Ten (plus 2) semi-finalists;
Rachel Bury
Sarah Fox
Whitney Hill
Zack Ingram
Pat Johnson
Soomin Jung
Benjamin McVey
Andrei Renteria
Amy Scofield
Julie Underriner
and Karen Woodward Garcia.

The Lullwood Group

107 Lone Star Blvd, San Antonio, Texas 78204


6:30 pm18:30

Rapid Image Artists’ Presentation

Rapid Image Artists’ Presentation at the southwest school art

Tue, 16 Feb, 2016 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

On February 16th, we are hosting a Rapid Image Artists’ Presentation showcasing a few of the artists exhibiting in TEXAS DRAWS IV.


Tuesday, February 16th | 6:30 – 8pm

As a part of the Texas Draws IV exhibition, we are hosting an evening of rapid image presentations on the evening of Tuesday, February 16th.  This evening of artist talks will take place in our Russell Hill Rogers Lecture Hall, adjacent to the galleries, and will begin promptly at 7 PM after a welcome period from 6:30- 7.  A moderator will introduce each artist and cue presentations.  There will be a short intermission in the middle of the evening and a small reception with a cash bar will also be part of the evening’s program.

Utilizing a rapid fire style format, each of the participating artists will present about their artwork, process, and inspirations as the images are viewed by the audience. 

Among the participating artists are:

Mack Gingles

Robert Jackson Harrington

Soomin Jung

Benjamin McVeyLee

Michael Peterson

Location:Russell Hill Rogers Lecture Hall | Santikos Building – Navarro Campus

Calendar:Calendar of Events

Apr 25

Texas Draws IV


Feb. 11, 2016 - Apr. 24, 2016
Russell Hill Rogers Galleries 1 & 2 | Santikos Building, Navarro Campus
Free and open to the public

Opening Reception: Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm

A biannual exhibition series at the Southwest School of Art, Texas Draws IV features artists from around the state who extend the traditional definition of drawing and apply both traditional and non-traditional approaches to this time-honored discipline. Texas Draws IV takes the larger idea of drawing and explores it via several areas of consideration: materiality/medium; scale; documentation/environment; abstraction; and dimensional form. Through the range of ideas represented in the exhibition, it is clear that Texas artists working within the scope of drawing as a final means of expression are deep within the conversation of line and mark making in contemporary art.

Texas Draws IV features the work of Fernando Andrade (San Antonio), Michael Bise (Houston), Kent Dorn (Houston), Adrian Esparza (El Paso), Mack Gingles (Waco), Hollis Hammonds (Austin), Timothy Harding (Fort Worth), Martha Hughes (Marfa), Robert Jackson Harrington (Austin), Soomin Jung (San Antonio), Kathleen McShane (Fayetteville), Benjamin McVey (San Antonio), Lee Michael Peterson (San Antonio), Rusty Scruby (Dallas), Randy Twaddle (Houston), Terri Thornton (Fort Worth), David Willburn (Dallas), Hsiu Ching Yu (Commerce).

Shown: Michael Bise, Children, 2011, graphite on paper, 42 x 63 inches   
From the collection of Dr. Timothy D. Woolsey

Jan 30




December 5, 2015 - January 30, 2016

French & Michigan Gallery is pleased to present the Second Biennial Exhibition 50 Artists / 250 Works.

Selected through a regional Open Call submission, 50 artists create five 8 x 8 inch works each. Every piece is displayed with one magnet, resulting in a final installation of 250 objects presented on one wall. A correlating map stands in the center of the room to guide viewers by artist name.

All work is priced at an equal value of $250. Collectors take work immediately upon purchase, allowing the overall installation to evolve throughout the presentation.


Finalists vary between mid-career, emerging, and student artists, and range between ceramicists, collagists, designers, metalsmiths, mixed media artists, painters, performers, photographers, printmakers, sculptors, and woodworkers. 

Participating artists include: Fernando Andrade, Sunday Ballew, Chris Castillo, Carol Cunningham, Alyssa Danna, Esteban Delgado, Joseph Duarte, Keeton Foreman, Sarah Fox, Jorge Garza, Shannon Gowen, Rafael F. Gutierrez Jr., Brittany Ham, Leonardo Hernandez, Kelly Johnston, Justin Korber, Qing Liu, Scott Martin, Jack McGilvray, Mark Menjivar, Laura Mijangos, Amada Miller, Michele Monseau, Andrea Moon, Gissette Padilla, Jillian Palone, Justin Parr, Rainey, Randi Renate, Anthony Rundblade, Jen Frost Smith, Polly Lanning Sparrow, Anabel Toribio-Martinez, Tom Turner, Kristina VandeWalle, Barbara Warren, Ali Wiesse, Jason Willome, Guillermina Zabala, as well as French & Michigan Gallery artists Shannon Crider, Larry Graeber, Wesley Harvey, Soomin Jung, Jaelah Kuehmichel, Lee Michael Peterson, Lisa Qualls, Gary Schott, Cornelia White Swann, Sandy Whitby, and Andrew John Wit.

Exhibition is presented by co-curators Faith Haddad with Haus Collective and Céleste Wackenhut with French & Michigan Gallery.

50 Artists / 250 Works opened to the public with an open house at French & Michigan Gallery on Saturday, December 5, 2015, 2:00-6:00 pm. Exhibition remains on view through January 30, 2016.

Jan 31


4 Female Artists, Maritza Blu, Sarah Fox, Brittany Ham and Soomin Jung.

Curated by Rafael Gutierrez


Sponsored by presedent Ricardo Romo and Dr. Harriett Romo.

The University of Texas at San Antonio,

UTSA downton Art Gallery

Nov 13

XVII Biennial Art Faculty Exhibition

Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 14, 6 - 8pm

The University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Art and Art History announces the XVII Biennial Art Faculty Exhibition. Art works represent the most recent developments of new and well-established faculty, all of whom have extensive exhibition records. The exhibition includes all media, featuring the range from traditional techniques to new, interdisciplinary methods. Themes extend from conceptual experiments with methods, materials, and subject matter to critical reflections regarding contemporary society and culture.

Richard Armendariz, Sunday Ballew, Stacey Berlfein, Ron Binks, Christie Blizard, Laura Blair Bodden, James Broderick, Meredith Dean, Greg Elliott, Alfonso Espronceda, Ovidio Giberga, Buster Graybill, Soomin Jung, Jayne Lawrence, Ken Little, Connie Lowe, Mark McCoin, Benjamin McVey, Michele Monseau, Juan Mora, Dennis Olsen, Katie Pell, Andrei Renteria, Libby Rowe, Kent Rush, Jessica Sailors, Hills Snyder, Ty Wilcox, Jason Willome

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Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10am – 4pm, Sat 1- 4pm, and by appointment; Closed Sun/Mon.

Exhibitions are free and open to the public.

UTSA Main Gallery
Department of Art & Art History
One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249
Contact: Laura.Crist@utsa.edu or 210-458-4391
Driving Directions:
The UTSA Art Gallery is located in the Art Building on UTSA’s Main (1604) campus. From I-10, take Exit #557 to UTSA Blvd. Metered parking is available in the Ximenes Ave Garage or in Bauerle Rd Lot 1.  For more information:http://www.utsa.edu/auxiliary/visitor.html. Shuttle buses travel directly to the Art/Music Building.