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Annual San Antonio Open Studios Art Walk Gets New Name, New Exhibit Participants

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By John Berryhill Calling all culture vultures, art aficionados, the curious, the mystic, and the mad. Clear your calendars for February 23–24. It’s that time of year again when colonia San Antonio is transformed from a quaint and quiet neighborhood into the hottest art event of the season, the annual event known as My Studio-Mi [...]

Gorgeous Realism on Display at New Galeria Izamal Exhibit

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By Henry Vermillion In art, pretty much anything goes these days. Abstraction thrives, loose expressionistic work is still in demand, and realistic rendering has regained esteem in higher art circles, though it has always been the choice, or at least the guilty pleasure, of the public at large. On Saturday, Feb. 16, Galeria Izamal will [...]

Art Exhibition Features Charles Turofsky’s Body of Work

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By David Britt The works of a local artist whose works have been collected throughout the northern hemisphere will be on display starting February 23 at Mi Bistro 300. Charles Turofsky is an American landscape architect, painter, and sculptor. Involved in the visual arts since childhood, after more than 40 years as a landscape architect, [...]

New Art Gallery Opens in Centro

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By Daniela Hernández Up-and-coming young artists Rodrigo Ayala and Juan Zaragoza will unite their talent with the experience of veteran artist and collector Carlos Hernandez for the debut opening of ZONA Gallery on calle Mesones on February 1. Ayala, a graduate of the Instituto Allende, presents a series of extraordinary and sublime portraits in oil [...]

Robyn Child Cole’s Exhibit Explores Themes of Transformation

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By Susan Santiago Join us for the opening reception for artist Robyn Child Cole’s San Miguel de Allende solo exhibit Story of Transformations at the Galeria San Francisco at the Fábrica La Aurora Art Walk. The show opens on Saturday, February 2 in conjunction with the Annual Anniversary Art Walk at Fábrica La Aurora. Cole [...]

Lunática Presents Artisan Jewelry Exhibit Paying Tribute to the Pearl

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By Jade Arroyo Elemental forces—furious storms and untamed waters, seas overflowing with life and the rhythms of nature—have produced one of the miracles of nature: the pearl. Aphrodite’s tears of joy, drops of dew full of moonlight, Krishna’s wedding present to her daughter, Cleopatra’s love potion—the ancient inhabitants of the Persian Gulf believed that pearls [...]

Three Exciting Solo Exhibitions Open at Intersección Gallery

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By Margaret Failoni The 2019 art season at the Intersección Gallery opens with three one-person exhibitions by Ian Johnson, Victor Hugo Perez, and Ena. Ian Johnson is the personification of cool, sophisticated, minimalist art. With exquisitely rendered lineal volumes that are incredibly precise and yet never cold, this talented Englishman makes minimalism seem sexy. The [...]

Fábrica la Aurora Anniversary Party

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By Edward Swift On February 2, the Fábrica la Aurora art space celebrates its fifteenth year as an art and design center with an art walk in which every occupant of the space will participate. The former textile mill in colonia Guadelupe closed in 1992 and repurposed in 2002 as a central location for art [...]

Migration Is the Theme of Multiartist Exhibit Opening at Bellas Artes

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By Viridiana Gutiérrez Tejeda The Bellas Artes cultural center opens its next set of art exhibits on February 1 with three artists.. The central theme uniting the exhibitions is migration. From different critical approaches, each artist presents a unique vision of an issue of current global interest—migration. In the exhibition De Pasada, artists Tania David [...]

Magenta Gallery Opens Alcohol-Ink Exhibit by Cathy Taylor

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By Patricia Miller Magenta Gallery will open an exhibit next week featuring the alcohol-ink work of artist Cathy Taylor. A technique originally developed for the craft industry for use with a felt stamp, alcohol ink has become the newest fine art medium to hit the art community. Wildly colorful, vibrant, and versatile, alcohol ink can [...]

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