Roger W. Price is a fine artist, working primarily with Acrylic based paints. He is best known for his paintings depicting historical U.S. Army Units. He is a Gulf War Veteran and former member of the U.S. Army Art Team. While assigned to the team he created works of art which were added to the U.S. Center of Military History collection in Washington D.C. Over the past 30 years Roger’s paintings have shown and placed in juried shows and exhibitions in Frankfurt Germany, Paris France, Seoul South Korea and in the United States.
I was born and raised in the beautiful city of Kiev, Ukraine. I currently live in United States, and will stay until my adventure takes me elsewhere. I thoroughly enjoy working as an interior designer and an artist at the same time because I believe these two fields blend together and one can't exist without one another. I am always inspired by nature and my surrounding environment and incorporate these aspects into my work.
I have created art all my life in one medium or another. It’s important for me to not only create, but to continuously evolve and creatively express my feelings through my art. Whether I'm working in my studio painting, or creating with glass, my art is a piece of me that I put out to the world. My large abstract paintings are an emotion of music, life, and color. My abstracts in glass are a flow of colors that captures the movement of glass.
Born in Madrid, Spain, JD came to art at an early age nurtured by a rigorous education under the tutelage of Catholic nuns. He came to the US to study art. After receiving a bachelor's degree in art JD opened a studio where he specialized in large-format abstract paintings developed in collaboration with architects and designers such as Pepe Cabrera, Bruno Raymond and Michael Keller in the US. JD describes his early artistic life as nomadic, having exhibited extensively in Italy, Spain, France and Mexico and in various galleries in CA, NM, TX and FL, where his paintings are found in numerous private and commercial collections.
As a child of parents who were artists, I was blessed from a young age to be exposed to art in many of its forms. I credit my childhood to where I developed my own love and appreciation of art and to the artists who bring their visions forth. My inspirations have been primarily rooted in modern and abstract art with a love for color and fluidity. I have worked with a variety of mediums including charcoal, acrylics, and art resin of which I am self-taught in each. Working with resin has allowed me to expand on my creativity adding a depth and vibrancy that traditionally I would be unable to attain through traditional methods.
Kimberly Hopkins photography explores and chronicles the poetic and lyrical nuances of daily life; using city streets, people, public transportation as her visual language. Her passion for photography started when she picked up her first digital camera in architecture school; where she applied this passion by mixing her design influences to create her own unique style. Drawing inspiration from her predecessors – Gordon Parks, Nick Brandt, and Sharon Farmer, to name a few – Kimberly is a self taught photographer, allowing herself to exit the mind and delve into her surroundings.
I am originally from Argentina but came to the U.S. in 1976 with my sister and grandmother. We lived in New York for about 5 years, then we moved to San Antonio in 1981, which is where I met my husband. We got married in 1985 and started our family of 5 in 1987. Art has always been a part of my life, specifically painting, knitting, and sculpting but I love all types of Art. I hope you find joy in my paintings.
Gustav Rodmartin is a self-taught acrylic and oil, Contemporary Abstract Artist and also specializes in portraits. He is from El Paso, TX and emigrated to San Antonio. His inspiration comes from nature and every day life experiences. The main focus of his work is to express emotion and feelings through color.
Siena began her studies in art at AHN Academy in Maryland where she attended workshops and classes with Miguel Garcia Ceballos, Ana Tames and other famous artists from Oaxaca. She has participated in the Festivale di Arte, in Spoleto Italy in 2014 and also exhibited in ¨La Aurora¨, San Miguel de Allende and in various collective expositions all over Mexico. Siena expresses her feelings towards life in her abstract painting. Her works hang in residences throughout Mexico, Italy and Spain.
Alexandra Nelipa, a native of Crimea, has lived in San Antonio since 2008. Since then, she has managed to establish herself as one of the leading creative artists much respected by the artistic community. She has also captured the admiration of many art collectors in Bexar County. She has been invited to exhibit her work at several local galleries, among them Bihl House, HighWireArts, Centro Cultural Aztlán, Mercury Project. Alexandra enjoys working with a variety of median oils, acrylics, water colors, mixed media, ceramics and photography. Her subject matter focuses on figurative art from a variety of perspectives. Her artistic inspirations lay in the old Masters.
Art, philosophy, and expanding one’s mind. These are the things that drive me each day. I am a self-taught artist, who is learning everything I can, and more to improve my art, and more importantly myself. My art varies depending on my mood, sometimes you’ll find me lost in a mandala others, you’ll find me building a metal moon. I intend to inspire the world with what I do, and the story of why I do it. Come, walk with me in my world.
With bluntness, intelligence, and a sly sense of humor, Myriam Lanau the artist behind Cabana Boy Productions likes to explore dreams, fantasies and mythology. Often Myriam’s work- everything from black and white photography to collage art- requires you to come in for a closer look. “I try to capture what’s hidden and really push certain limits.” She’s shown work throughout Texas and has work in private collections worldwide. She received her BFA in photography at UTSA after bouncing around from Kansas City Art Institute, San Antonio Art Institute and San Antonio College.
Prior to becoming a professional oil painter, Leonora was a makeup artist in New York City for Cindy Crawford, Christie Brinkley and other celebrities. Today, Leonora enjoys painting a wide variety of subjects, but her favorite subject is that of the person, especially women and children. Mostly self-taught, her work has been accepted into several prestigious art shows, including The Salon International at The Greenhouse Gallery 2011 and Oil Painters of America Salon Show 2013. Leonora has also been accepted into the Oil Painters of America, Boerne Professional Artists and The Coppini Academy of Fine Art.
Originally from Dallas, TX, Claudette majored in Art Education at Texas Southern University in Houston, TX. She has enjoyed many one woman shows and exhibited extensively with SEAS. She received both first and second place awards for three consecutive years in USAA’s “Own My Own Time” exhibits and an award for best in show in a SEAS exhibit in 1997. In 2007, she created the JAZZ’s ALIVE poster for the city of San Antonio and in 2001 was artist of the year at St. Phillip’s College. Most of Claudette’s work is pastel and is focused on portraying the beauty of women’s color, a subject she has been drawn to for most of her life.
Born and raised on the southside of San Antonio, Texas, Veronica C. Guerrero started dabbling in the Fiber and Fine Arts at the age of 6. She taught herself how to crochet, draw, paint and sew. Guerrero attended Our Lady of the Lake University where she received her BA in Art and English and MeD in Education and English. Guerrero taught high school art for several years. She left teaching to become a stay-at-home parent. She currently works on creating her art, patterns and projects.
Katrina Gorman learned she had a new passion, in addition to drawing when she received her first sewing machine at 9 years old. In 2009, many life events happened and the love of drawing and sewing merged into a new exciting expression for her, called Textile Design Art. Soon after, she had her first fine art gallery showing. Katrina has shown her work at the Solo Exhibition featured at The Carver, King William Fair 2016, HGTV show called, “That’s Clever” 2008, and International Exhibition in Chite, Spain.
Hi! My name is Wardell Picquet. I am originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, having moved here to San Antonio in 2005. I am a Fine Artist, Graphic Designer, Illustrator and Teacher. My Fine Art interests include Drawing, Illustration, Painting, Collage, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Sculpture, Sequential Art and 3D Design. I like dealing with color, pattern, texture, shape, contrast, abstraction and the overwhelming magnificence of the human form. My personal quest continues to blend all of these Artistic pursuits into a cohesive and aesthetic whole.
My name is Zack, I'm a San Antonio artist working primarily with portraits made using acrylic paint. The creation of portraits has always interested me because I enjoy discovering exactly which of a person's features causes them to be recognized as that person. I find it fascinating to witness the likeness of a person slowly emerge from marks of paint on a blank canvas.
Born in Spain in a very artistic family, I studied painting, metal embossing, clay sculpture at Chopo School and privately with various professors. Taught at Chopo School, Universidad Popular in San Sebastian de los Reyes in Spain. I had exhibited in Spain and in the USA, including a one person show at Plattsburgh Suny, NY, Lake Placid, NY and several in TX. I moved to Texas in 1989 where I continued with my artwork and raising my family. I recently moved to San Antonio.
I have been shooting photographs for some 40 plus years and framing some for my own enjoyment. Upon retiring in 2015 after over three decades as Executive Director of the Texas Solar Energy Society and the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association. The photographs are unique shots of the natural world and artifacts of human activity and habitation selected from my broader collection of images. I hope they offer a fresh view of common Texas scenes and take you off the beaten path to see a side of Texas you may not have experienced. While my focus is largely on Texas, some of my works are from other states and Mexico as well.
Rene was born in Corpus Christi, Texas. He is a 1974 graduate of King High School and is a Vietnam Era Vet. Rene served in the United States Army from 1974 through 1977. After an honorable discharge, he attended Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas. Rene is now retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 37 years of service. Rene is now a full-time artist. Ever since he was young, he enjoyed drawing. Rene has always enjoyed creating images that depict his surroundings and culture. His inspiration comes from being able to capture incredible detail in all his paintings. He likes to paint still life and once he has reproduced the values, lighting and details, his paintings look realistic.
Danielle Powers is a self-taught, local Artist and Entrepreneur from San Antonio who grew up competing professionally in Barrel Racing. She draws her inspiration from her love of the sport, the old West and her travels during that time. As she continues to travel all over the nation, her mission is to encourage people to live a unique life and take on the things you’re passionate about. The UTSA Graduate displays the same message through her art that captures the powerful western spirit but also makes you think outside of the box, reminding us to live a life that is creative and bold.
Born in Wichita Falls, TX in 1931. Graduated from the University of Texas in 1954 with a Masters Degree in Geology. Employed by Exxon for 37 years. Developed an interest in contemporaneous representational US artists in the 1970's and while living in England in the 70's and 80's became interested in Victorian art. After retiring in 1992, I began painting still lifes and landscapes. To further develop my skills, I have taken workshops from David Leffel, Sheri McGraw, Gregg Kreutz and Kathryn Stats.
Born in Eugene, Oregon and currently residing in San Antonio, Texas, I am a mixed media artist specializing in fluid abstract pieces. I explore personalities and study my environment in order to capture the lessons and emotions surrounding me through my work. Creating art, regardless of the form, is my avenue for combining my passions in a visual way that more people can view and hopefully appreciate. It's my way of reflecting on the lessons I've learned from places and people I encounter.