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June 10, 2018

"Se Recomienda Firmemente"

digital photo collage-2007

variable size as needed

—Horacio Sanchez Valderas y Victoria Moctezuma Valderas and El Puente de Reynosa, Tamaulipas—

The story of a Frontera Mexican-American Gothic

La Fontera, where I come from, is a magical land full...

June 3, 2018

CODE RED: THIS IS NOT A DRILL

Kim Bishop & Jessica Garcia

Jessica Garcia was a high school student in Kim Bishop’s art class when the announcement came from over head, “Code Red. This is not a drill.” Like in most classrooms the automatic responses kicked in and it was...

March 10, 2018

 The Xiuhcoatl Rocket Series has its origins in the Rio Grande Valley around 1997-98, about 20 years ago, before I first arrived in San Antonio, Tejas. It began as a paper mache sister form to a Calavera form that I made a plaster mold of to slip cast in multiples. I p...

December 31, 2017

I am finishing up 2017 in the same way I began it—humbled and grateful of all the people that I've collaborated with, jazzed about all the exhibits I've participated in, excited about the upcoming exhibit opportunities and preparing/planning with new works and media di...

July 16, 2017

January—February

The beginning of the year got us together for the printing of the Ricky Armendariz's Bolts.  These were 40 large scale textile relief prints that he contracted us print for him with our A3 Pop-Up Industrial Press at Lone Star St...

November 4, 2016

I sat outside my studio last night and listened to the fireworks go off in celebration of Dia de Los Muertos...and I was happy to live in a city that nurtured it to become what it is to San Antonio. It made me nostalgic and I decided to revisit some altares of the past...

September 25, 2016

I'm really excited to have been selected as the first artist in the City of San Antonio Office of Culture an Creative Development's Staff Pick. One artist is chosen every 6 months by a staff member to install a response to one of their art pieces. My choice was the pen...

December 12, 2015

Black Dream Place was a site  & time specific installation with multiple components examining the transformational aspects of the hero's journey in a modern world with ancient influences. 

December 12, 2014

The Sky is Brown began as a series inspired by one of the original 9 doors to the UniVision Network headquarters that I was asked to turn into an art piece that represented the network. The 9 doors are all that remains of the original building. It was demolished in 201...

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