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Surface Treatment: Legendary ideas

“Myths & Legends” is the annual exhibition and brainchild of Fiber Arts Unlimited. This is one of the Upper Valley Art League’s subsidiary specialty...

Surface Treatment: Covering masculinity, gender through collages, cyanotype techniques

The exhibit,“Foal” is a medley of gender-linked influences absorbed by the artist and whipped into a visual fantasy. This exhibition by San Antonio artist Sarah...

Surface Treatment: Calmness through art

In these emotionally turbulent times, “Compulsory Measures” at the International Museum of Art & Science wants to lure us into a state of calm...

Surface Treatment: Art has a voice

The School of Art Faculty exhibition at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has a lot to say this year. Installed in the Dorothy...

Surface Treatment: Something to see

Filled with good artworks and a range of emotional tones, the “2020 Members Exhibition” by the Upper Valley Art League is now on display...

Surface Treatment: Overlapping works

“Signals” presents works by Manuel Zamudio, Travis Trapp and Josh Castillo, whose world views unexpectedly overlap into each other’s works, establishing an unexpected sense...

Surface Treatment: Legacy of art

The International Museum of Art & Science continues its celebration of the Clark family, benefactors for the art community in the Rio Grande Valley....

Framing fear

San Antonio artist Jason Willome is back in the Rio Grande Valley, bringing his anxieties and fears with him. His exhibition of paintings, “Nostalgia for...

Surface Treatment: ‘Chillingly expressive’

When looking at watercolors, there is a tendency to focus on the watercolorist’s drawing skills and control of the medium, and perhaps compare those...

Surface Treatment: Blending cultures with colors

“Ni de Aquí, Ni de Allá (From Neither Here nor There)” is an exhibition of multimedia works by Brownsville artist, Cande Aguilar, that takes...