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SURFACE TREATMENT: Art of human rights

A quietly disturbing exhibit awaits visitors at the STC Art Gallery. “The 5th Annual Human Rights Art Exhibition” was planned in conjunction with the Sex...

SURFACE TREATMENT: Artist outlines Judeo-Christian stories, African history, women’s rights in one exhibit

Creating canvases of powerful beauty, Houstonbased artist Lenard Brown weaves together stories, legends, and history with acrylics and charcoal. His “Earth Amma Series,” currently on view...

Surface Treatment: Art of the Rio Grande Valley

The Inernational Museum of Art & Science in McAllen has mounted a very elegant exhibition. Dominated by wall pieces, “Arte de la Frontera” was conceived...

Surface Treatment: Mixed-media series that pushed wonder, understanding of life

San Antonio artist, James Cobb, produces some amazing digital prints along with intriguing mixed-media works. His dual series, “The Children” and “The Secret Lives of...

Surface Treatment: Expressing equality

Artists have been concerned with the role of animals and various creatures in our lives for at least 7,000 years. They have depicted them to...

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...