For the 4th year La Peña participates in the West Austin Studio Tour with a collective exhibition, OESTE 4.
Opening Reception: Saturday May 11th from 4-7pm.
West Austin Studio Tour dates: May 11-12 & 18-19, 2019
This year our focus is in Latino inspired art featuring the following artists:
Alejandra Almuelle, JC Amorrortu, Stuart Cameron, Cecilia Colomé, Fidencio Durán, Victor García, Naxieli Gomez, The Death Head, Brian Joseph, Carlos Lowry, Alberto Martinez, David Martinez, Francisco Mendizabal, Leticia Mosqueda, Fernando Muñoz, Kevin Muñoz, Kelly Daniela Norris, Salvador Rodriguez, Fabio Saavedra, Pamela Sanchez, Elvira Sarmiento, Ashley Tristán, Ray Valdez, Deshawn Washington, Liliana Wilson
Music, food and refreshments will be provided.
About West Austin Studio Tour:
Big Medium’s West Austin Studio Tour (WEST) is a free, annual, self-guided art event spanning two weekends in May. WEST provides opportunities for the public to meet the artists of Austin in their creative spaces.
For the 4th year La Peña participates in the West Austin Studio Tour with a collective exhibition, OESTE 4.
Please join us to remember the lives of departed loved ones,
and to celebrate life through a Collective Art Exhibition.
Starting at 5PM Live Music by:
Pati Ayala-McLean, Bob Stillinger, Robert Wyatt, Ron Benton and, Doug McLean.
October 27, 2018 • 6-8PM
Alejandra Almuelle, Alondra Acosta, JC. Amorrortu, Santa Barraza, Ana Borne, Verónica Castillo, Carlos Cedillo, Mary Cisneros, Cecilia Colomé, Naxieli Gomez, Suzy González, Lucy González, Luis Guerra, Brian Joseph, Salvador Lopez, Carlos Lowry, David Martinez, Kevin Muñoz, Carla Nickerson, Peter F. Ortiz, Rose, Juanita Towery, Ashley Tristan, April Sullivan
Texas A&M University Students:
Yazmine Arce, Jo Benavides, Bianca Barrera. Megan Buchen, Breana Briseno, Rachel Fuentes, Arianna B. Garza, Deziree N. Garza, Mabel Garza, Brittany S. Gritton, Kaylee Rayne Hensley, Evan Hernandez, Kaitlyn B. Lehman, Matthew Longoria, Samantha Lopez, Genesis Mendoza, Bryson Olivarez, Briana Rodriguez, Heather Marie Salazar, Oliver Solis, Jacqueline D. Zamora
About Dia de los Muertos and Ofrendas (Altares)
Día de los Muertos originated in ancient Mesoamerica (Mexico and northern Central America) where Indigenous groups, including Aztec, Maya and Toltec, had specific times when they commemorated their loved ones who had passed away.
The ofrenda is often the most recognized symbol of Día de los Muertos. This temporary altar is a way for families to honor their loved ones and provide them what they need on their journey. Altars typically include pictures of the deceased, items that belonged to them, and objects that serve as a reminder of their lives.
Join us to celebrate International Women's Day with a Collective Exhibition by Women Artists. Inspiring Women exhibit will be open from March 10th to April 10, 2018.
Opening Reception :Saturday, March 10, 2018. From 6 to 8 P.M.
Ana Borne, Mary Christina Cisneros, Juanita Cole Towery, Cecilia Colomé, Anel Flores
Naxieli Gomez-Traub, Suzy González, Cliona Gunter, Carla Nickerson
Farah Rivera, Elvira Sarmiento, Emily Socolov
April Sullivan, Rama Tirú, Ashley Tristán
It's time for First Friday at the Blue Star Complex again! Come check out this Netflix originals art inspired art show at CREATIVE CREATURES. I'll be out and about checking out all the cool stuff. It'd be really rad to meet some of you in person! Check out my piece and the flyer for deets below!
Love sucks. Come feel our heartbreak during First Friday at the Blue Star Complex.
"UTRGV - Brownsville Rusteberg Art Gallery and Brownsville Museum of Fine Art will jointly exhibit Icons and Symbols of the Borderland, curated by Diana Molina and organized by the Juntos Art Association.
Rusteberg Gallery opening reception will be on Tuesday, January 23 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. The exhibition will run though Friday, March 23.
Brownsville Museum of Fine Art opening reception will be on Tuesday, January 30 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. The exhibition will run through Friday, April 13. The museum will also be showcasing artwork from local artists and artists located across the U.S./ Mexico border in a separate binational exhibition.
Both receptions will be free and open to the public.
“In an age where visual representations are fundamental to communication and lifestyle, icons and symbols are the key to ethical precepts, inspirations, and beliefs; they provide a framework for ideals, emotions, philosophy, and, ultimately, patterns of behavior. Icons and Symbols of the Borderlands exhibition is an embodiment of the landscape and cultural legacy of the U.S./Mexico borderland.”
Icons and Symbols of the Borderland participating artists include: Ricky Armendáriz, Nanobah Becker, Antonio Castro, Mark Clark, David DeWitt, Socorro Diamonstein, Gaspar Enríquez, Priscilla Garcia-Franzoni, Chris Grijalva-García, Wayne Hilton, Romy Sáenz Hawkins, Wopo Holup, Benito Huerta, Ilana Lapid, Lydia Limas, Cesar Martínez, Diana Molina, Delilah Montoya, Oscar Moya, José Rivera, Roberto Salas, Victoria Suescum, Miguel Valenzuela, and Andy Villarreal.
Binational exhibition artists include: Armando Ibarra, Ashley Tristan, Daniel Benavides, Eduardo Quintero, Elizabeth McCormack-Whittemore, Erika Balogh, Gaby Rico, Gil Rocha-Rochelli, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Humberto Jimenez, Jaime Gonzalez, Jennie Price, Jesus Maria, John Liss, Jose Angel Lozano, Josie Del Castillo, Josue Ramirez, Juan Mora, Kathryn Elizondo, Kyle Chaput, Leila Hernandez, Linda Lewis, Luis Corpus, Marcy Gonzalez, Marilyn Brown, Mario Godinez, Maximiliano Cervantes, Noel Palmenez, Rosendo Sandoval, Ruby Garza, Samantha Rawls, Sandra Gonzalez, Stephen Hawks, Susie Vlaisavljevic, Tochiro Gallegos, Veronica Cardenas,Veronica Gaona, and Eva Soliz.
Accompanying events for this exhibit include: artist panel discussion on January 31 at UTRGV Rusteberg Gallery from 6:00 - 8:00 pm and a community event on February 17 at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art from 11:00 am - 6:00 pm. Events will be free and open to the public. Please see poster for details."
Hey San Antonio peeps! Really excited to share this event with y'all! First show of the year I'll be participating in and it's going to be the first time I show work in SA. A few of us Laredo artists submitted some work so I'm really happy to be showing alongside some of my buddies and alongside new folks. If you love Wes Anderson, you totally should check out the show! If the weather is all good, I'll be there so it'd be really cool to meet some of y'all! Family friendly event so invite everyone you know. Hope to see you there!
(The original piece and prints will be for sell for a month at the gallery/shop so if you can't make it out that night and want to scoop one up, you'll still have a chance!)
Sketchbomb's annual Play, toy-themed art show, is back again! I'll have another munny piece up. Sadly I won't be here since I'll be in San Antonio watching Tears for Fears live! But don't let that deter you. There are so many awesome pieces done by local Laredo artists and there will also be free screenprinted shirts provided by AR Graphics! Family-friendly so there's no excuse that you need to find a sitter. ;)
I won't be in Austin yet for this event but if you want to see my latest print in person before they get shipped out to the other printmakers who participated in this print trade, here's your chance! One of them will also be for sale to help support PrintAustin. Definitely check it out and all the awesome PrintAustin events. All printmaking shows and workshops throughout January and February! For more info. and the list of events, visit their website: www.PrintAustin.org
I'll be having 3 pieces in this show! I won't be able to make it to the show but there's a lot of great art work and I encourage y'all to go check it out. (I was able to swing by the gallery before show time and it looked great!)
Val, the owner of Caffe Dolce, invited me and another artist to put together a Halloween art show. I'll be displaying my mini Universal Monster prints along with a bunch other of local artists of all ages. BYOB for 21+ so bring your own Boos and Booze! Family friendly and there's even a costume contest. Most of the artwork is for sale and there's an open kitchen so bring some extra cash to help support local!
"In honor of All Hallows Eve, the Laredo Center for the Arts is partnering up with Sketch Bomb Laredo and the Laredo Paranormal Research Society to bring you "Phantasmagoria: Paranormal Exhibit." Opening Reception will take place on Thursday, Oct 13, 2016 from 6-8 pm.
Phantasmagoria will feature all that goes bump in the night such as ghosts and ghouls and other stranger things such as sci-fi extraterrestrial life forms and aliens. The exhibit brings to life the myths, legends, folklore and superstitions that we are all familiar with such as El Cucuy and La Llorona.
The Laredo Paranormal Research Society will be presenting some of the findings from local investigations they have conducted.
This event is free to the public. Light refreshments will be provided."
Sketchbomb Laredo presents PLAY, a toy inspired art show! Super excited to show off my mummy at this show. Come join us and the fine folks of Sketchbomb at the Laredo Center for the Arts downtown. There will be free food, beverages, and maybe some hidden mini prints for Free Art Friday. Lots of good pieces in this show so don't miss out. See you there!
You definitely don't want to miss out on this art show! Frida has been the source of inspiration for a lot of us border xixanx artists. Come check out this amazing exhibit all in dedication to Frida and her artwork. MoonhowlerPress & Flynn Craft House will be vending throughout the night so don't forget your wallets. Costumes are highly encouraged and winners will be receiving a prize!
"THE ULTIMATE DOWNTOWN EXPERIENCE WILL HAPPEN SATURDAY APRIL 9TH! Brought to you by SLEDGE TV!!!
The festivities will begin with a FREE EVENT at the beautiful Gallery 201 with an art exhibit from 5pm - 7pm
The exhibit will feature renowned visual artists TheDeath Head (Painting Live), Shellee Laurent, Christina Xu, Mauro C. Martinez, and Ashley Tristán! Providing the music for the exhbit will be none other than Street Samurai !! COMPLIMENTARY Sangria and Tapas will be served!
The madness will continue with more MUSIC AND ART at Siete Banderas!!!
DOORS AT 7PM! Where we will feature some Laredo's Finest Musical Acts!
Two Lions - 8pm - 8:45pm
Toloache - 9pm - 9:45pm
Archer Crab - 10pm - 10:45pm
Santo Vicio - 11pm - 12:15am
The Real Man - 12:30am - 1:45am
$10 General Admission"
♥ Caffe Dolce Presents: de femme à femme, an all female art show ♥
Music Lineup of Local Laredo Bands:
7:30pm: The Empty Orchestras
9:00pm: Los Papees
10pm: Lyon Jefferson Bridge
Artwork by: Shellee Laurent, Ashley Tristán, Sonya Marie Sky, & Christina Hsu
PrintExpo: Art for Sale, BinFest, Demos, and other Print Activities!
Location: Canopy, 916 Springdale Rd, Austin, Texas 78702
PrintAustin's Print Exchange will be on view! My print ¿Dónde está mi Mente? will be on view alongside other amazing pieces! They are going to be hung like prayer flags and it will also be on sale. Also going on is BinFest where local (and nonlocal) printmakers package up their work and put it in bins to sale and there will be printing demos. Basically fun for the whole family! Totally free to see but I would bring some cash to help support artists. ;) Sadly I won't be able to make it but I am glad I was able to take part of the Print Exchange.