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MAP For more information: VISIT eastaustinstudiotour.org EMAIL east@bigmedium.org CALL 512-939-6665

All works represented in this catalog were reproduced with expressed permission from the artists. All text and images are copyrighted by each individual artist. Copyright Š EAST AUSTIN STUDIO TOUR 2013 (all rights reserved) TWELFTH EDITION PRINTED IN TEXAS 360 Press Solutions 2009 Windy Terrace Cedar Park, Texas 78613 360presssolutions.com

EAST TEAM Director: Shea Little Program Coordinators: Jana Swec, Jon Windham Production Crew: Jordan Gentry Roze Braunstein Philip Nadasdy Design: Jana Swec, Jon Windham Shea Little Advertising: Jess Jones Event Coordinator: Jordan Gentry Volunteer Coordinator: Amy Barton Website Design: Jon Windham, Jana Swec Sponsor Development: Juice Consulting Mobile Development: Immediatag Volunteers: Joe Rizzo, Julie Konvicka Jaelah Kuehmichel

Big Medium is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization based in Austin, Texas. Our mission is to support the arts and artists in Texas. To achieve this, we proudly produce the East Austin Studio Tour, West Austin Studio Tour and the Texas Biennial, as well as exhibiting innovative contemporary gallery programming in the Big Medium Galleries at both Canopy and Bolm, providing affordable studio space for artists, and seeking opportunities with various arts organizations and artists to initiate and support unique and creative projects.


Big Medium is funded in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future. Big Medium is also supported by the Texas Commission on the Arts and by generous contributions from private donors.

DISCLAIMER The EAST & WEST catalogs are an evolving physical representation of all Austin artists who participate in the tours and the work they create. EAST does not set any content guidelines for artists or exercise any predetermined censorship when producing the EAST and WEST catalogs. We ask you to please be aware that the catalogs may contain some images with sexual content, nudity, and violence. We understand that some people may find certain images in the catalog controversial. We respect those opinions and are always open to community feedback. Simply, we continuously arrive at a single point, to uphold the freedom of expression and artistic creativity.


WHAT TO SEE + WHEN TO SEE IT ARTISTS + STUDIOS NOV 16-17 + 23-24, 2013 11AM-6PM Artists & Studios are where the creativity begins. For many of these spaces, this is the only time during the year that you can get a rare glimpse into the process, mind and inspiration of the artist.





NOV 16-17 + 23-24 VARIOUS DATES & TIMES Happenings include an eclectic mix of pop-up venues, art parties, creative programming, out-of-the-box events, art competitions, traveling performances, site-specific installations, and more that occur at various times throughout the tour.

NOV 16-17 + 23-24, 2013 11AM-6PM Exhibitions take place in established venues such as galleries, project spaces, theaters, and museums, whose objective is to exhibit visual art or performances.




NOV 16-24 VARIOUS DATES & TIMES Select Events are a variety of projects done in partnership with Big Medium. Some events are put on by groups to provide different levels of support for EAST, others Big Medium has chosen to spotlight due to their dedication to benefit our community, and some are just plain fun.



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Please keep in mind that many EAST studios are in residential areas. Our neighbors have been very gracious and welcoming to tour visitors over the years, and it's important to respect and reciprocate that hospitality. Please don’t be too loud or cause disturbances; avoid leaving any trash behind and drive & park your cars thoughtfully.

EAST WEEKENDS: 11AM-6PM REGULAR HOURS: TUE-SAT, 12-6PM The EAST Group Exhibition is an excellent way to get a feel for what you can expect to see on the tour. Explore the work of over 200 EAST artists, including a diverse range of mediums, collaborations, and performances. All pieces are for sale and a portion of all sales benefits the East Austin Studio Tour.

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ADA information (explained below)


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Under each EAST participant listing is a helpful Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) graphic. Each rectangle within the graphic corresponds to a different accessibility feature that is or is not available at the participant’s location.




Other Restrooms

Entrance and interior mobility Parking Official parking for the disabled Minimum 32” wide doorway clearance space Entry way without stairs, no lip & with a ramp Accessible path around studio with minimum 36” width Entry way with minimum 36” wide clearance space Minimum 56 x 60” clearance space for toilet Grab bars Braille or raised letter signage


A three tiered system was used to number the participants. The first number in each listing is the physical location/address. The second number is the entity at that address, i.e. the studio. The third indicator, the letter, represents the individual at that location.

























In order to assign Participants their EAST numbers, the tour boundaries were divided into nine sections, then a path was plotted through each area, meandering primarily North to South. Numbering the tour locations geographically makes it easier to find what other EAST artists of interest nearby.






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MOBILE + MEDIUMS The EAST 2013 web app is a free mobile companion to the EAST catalog. Search for artists/events by type, location, and medium, then add your favorites to your My EAST list. No downloads or registration required! Visit:
































































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Art Night Austin EAST

7-10pm, after party until midnight

Experience the East Austin Studio Tour one week early! The Art Night preview features a curated selection of arts spaces, each paired with bites and drinks. Enjoy continuous shuttles between locations throughout the evening in a guided exploration of East Austin’s creative scene. Great food, great drinks, GREAT ART - the fun and stylish way to preview EAST.

LOCATIONS: Big Medium, Blue Genie, Delta Millworks Eden East, Hatch @ Tillery Fort, MASS Gallery VIP PRE-PARTY @ Loot Vintage** AFTER PARTY -- Getaway Motor Club Tickets: $55/each are available at artallianceaustin.org (Includes bites, drinks, and the after party). **(buy a Collector’s Badge today and join the VIP stop on the Art Night tour)

512-609-8591 . info@artallianceaustin.org . artallianceaustin.org


Eyes Got It!



Eyes Got It! is an open call art competition. Inspired by American Idol and other arts based, reality-TV game shows. Eyes Got It! was created by Salvador Castillo as an event for the 2010 East Austin Studio Tour. In contrast to traditional, juried call for entries, a panel of esteemed, local arts professionals will conduct their review process in front of a public audience and after 3 rounds of elimination will award one artist a solo exhibition.

at The Museum of Human Achievement . eyesgotit.wordpress.com



KLRU Arts in Context Party


Join KLRU-TV, Austin's PBS in celebrating at our Arts In Context party! Participate in a community art project led by Johnny Walker to be featured on Arts In Context Shorts. Enjoy music from DJ Chorizo Funk, free food, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Live Oak Beer, recharge your phone and plan your EAST on our IPAD station!

916 Springdale Rd . artsincontext.org


Tillery Park EASTea Social



Tillery Park hosts an Artists for Artists Tea Social. Sip tea, imbibe elixirs, drink beer, eat food, hang out with the Cousins and see whats happening on the street Our Sponsors this year: Tillery Street Plant Co., East Austin Succulents, Elephas Maximus, Test Tube, HAOMA, Coffee with Irene, The Tea House, WunderPilz Kumbucha, Corona, Tito's Handmade Vodka and Mickelwait's Craft Meats... Random entertainment provided throughout the evening.


801 Tillery St . tilleryparkaustin.com


EAST Victory Lap at The Historic Victory Grill


On Sunday after the tour come celebrate at the Historic Victory Grill. The Historic Victory Grill is one of the last remaining juke joints from the "Chitlin Circuit" located on the east side, join us for one of the official after event festivities. Entry is free and includes showcases from Urban Austin Artists, music by The Houston Tillotson Elite Combo, drinks, food and community artisans. Dance, meet your neighbors, talk with artists and EAST goers and experience the heritage of the East Side.... Presented by Big Medium, Capitol View Arts and The Historic Victory Grill.

1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 . capitolviewarts.org . info@capitolviewarts.org



Make. Eat. Drink.


PopUp Restaurant at Canopy Austin. Chefs & Artists collaborate in a blend of well-crafted craft, food and drink. Artists: Keith Kreeger, Ryan McKerley, Michael Yates, Shara Funari and Leigh Taylor Wyatt. Chefs: Grae Nonas and Michael Fojtasek of Olamaie, Shion Aikiwa of Ramen Tatsu-ya and Elyse Hoang of Sway Thai Limited seatings available beginning at 7:30pm. Ticketing info at makeeatdrink.com - A portion of the proceeds will benefit Big Medium.

916 Springdale Rd . makeeatdrink.com


Danger Derby



Come join us at EAST's most outlandish party! The DANGER DERBY is a "no-rules" pinewood derby race that features a 120' long, 20' tall race track with a myriad of dangers (fire included). There'll be plenty of drinks, food, art, music, and best of all, you can participate! Pick up your pinewood derby kit ($20) during the first weekend of EAST. Customize your car any way you want for a chance to win the big trophy and bragging rights!!

916 Springdale Rd, Bld 4, Ste 102 . bluegenieart.com . dangerderby.com


Hot Glass Cold Beer



Austin's only Hot Glass Cold Beer event! Limited handmade glassware for $25 at the door, plus free beer provided by East Austin Bistro, Mettle. All proceeds from the auction goto support Big Medium. Check out our onsite gallery and support local hand crafted glass art!

507 Calles St, Ste 120 . eastsideglassstudio.com




Art from the Streets: Get Art & Give Hope


Pop-Up Gallery in the Community Event Center at Nature’s Treasures! Twice a week, homeless & formerly homeless individuals find their way to free, open studio sessions hosted by Art From the Streets where they make art to sell to the public. Get Art & Give Hope Nov. 9-10 at the Austin Convention Center, and as part of the EAST tour a week.


4103 North IH-35 . artfromthestreets.com



Farmhouse Delivery: FEAST


Farmhouse Delivery presents FEAST: frolic & fun on the farm. Relax, recharge & let the kids plays on the grounds of the lovely Rain Lily Farm. Local food market opens at noon offering healthy snacks, lunch items & refreshing drinks. Children's creative stations will be buzzing from 2-6pm boasting a community canvas, mask-making, beekeeping, hula hooping, seed planting & more. Happy Hours are 3-6pm with live music, local libations & lagers.


Farmhouse Delivery: Artist Closing Party


Celebrate the closing of another successful EAST event Sponsored by Farmhouse Delivery and hosted by Rain Lily Farm. Sip on refreshments provided by local spirt makers and brewers, fill the belly with tasty tacos and feel proud of your artistic accomplishments!

914 Shady Ln . farmhousedelivery.com


Scott Rolfe

Assemblage I am an assemblage artist who takes unwanted and forgotten objects and brings them to life with their own unique personalities, from eccentric animals to dilapidated machines. This year I will be debuting my new series “Carnival Discardia,� an offbeat world of blinking lights, sideshow oddities, and shady characters.

1305 Glencrest Dr . 512-453-8752 scott@srolfe.com . srolfe.com

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Windsor Arts: Artists Out of the Dark

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm, event 11/17: 6pm-8pm Windsor Arts is an unconventional space in a conventional building striving to connect, embrace, and explore the diversity of local east Austin artists and others. This exhibition provides a platform to connect, grow, and thrive.

5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 . info.windsorstudios@gmail.com

2 Happenings

Austin Public Library - Windsor Park Branch

EAST Exhibition & Reception Join the eastside community for an Exhibition and Reception at Windsor Park Library Saturday November 16th 11-1pm 5833 Westminster Dr. The works of Linda Anderson, Aiyana Lee and Oddalys Sanchez will be on display during the reception for the entire month of November. Please take the opportunity to meet with our artists and discuss their works. Light refreshments and coffee will be served.

5833 Westminster Dr . 512-974-9436 margaret.dahl@austintexas.gov . library.austintexas.gov

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David Leonard

Oil on canvas, oil on board David Leonard paints cityscapes, landscapes and man-made objects in oil on canvas and on board. His work is part of numerous private collections in the USA, Canada, & France as well as several corporate collections including Exelon New England in Boston. He is represented by galleries in Essex, CT; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Dallas, TX and the Davis Gallery here in Austin.


1804 Corona Dr . 512-928-9824 tygrlil@grandecom.net . davidleonardpaintings.com

Artists & Studios

Peter Struble . The Austin SoundScape Project

Wood, metal, found Since 1998 the Austin SoundScape Project has worked to design and construct sculptural musical installations in parks, playgrounds and public spaces. Funded in part through the auspices of the City of Austin through their Cultural Contracts program and conceived and created by Peter Struble.


1515 Suffolk Dr . 512-486-0169 . strublepe@yahoo.com

Artists & Studios

Tim Fischer . guest of Peter Struble

Acrylic on wood, canvas, board My art reflects the complimentary nature of the unseen world. I see the interconnectedness of the spiritual dimension and the material dimension and I try to reflect that in my work. I like to think of my work as bridge to conversation about the known and the unknown. I am inspired by pre-historic symbology that preceded the idea of art, Art as an amplification of function if you will.


1515 Suffolk Dr . 713-397-8052 . fishouston@gmail.com

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Michael Garcia

Oil, acrylic on canvas Michael Garcia is a true Austinite, born in Austin and a graduate of U.T. Michael’s first drawing class was in 1992, and he has been intermittently passionate about art ever since. He works with oil and acrylic on canvas, and loves using color in unexpected ways to provoke an emotional response. Michael seeks to engage his viewer actively with his work.

1601 Suffolk Dr . michael@corazonart.com . corazonart.com

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Bethany Cobb

Graphite, color pencil, oil pastel, oil on paper My work derives from observation. Observation of people as they wait, as they admire, and their changing expectations.

1303 Ridgemont Dr . bethanycobb@live.com

7a Artists & Studios

John Mark Luke . guest of Bethany Cobb

Sculpture with wood, stone, acrylic on board, furniture In my work, I use discarded elements from nature that are often overlooked, featuring their natural esthetic presented in a graceful, refined composition to give them new life. This desire to see elegance in the ordinary not only defines me as an artist, but guides me as a person.

1303 Ridgemont Dr . john@johnmarkluke.com johnmarkluke.com

7b Artists & Studios




LeDoux’s Roots in the Garden

EAST weekends: 9am-6pm Sylvia LeDoux has always had an intrepid spirit. This collection of her large impressionistic acrylic paintings of gardens & parks at Corona Cafe features scenes from across the Americas: Jardin de Botanica in Rio de Janeiro, Memphis Botanical Garden, Central Park in New York, Zilker Park in Austin, & the lush home gardens of the Mississippi Delta. Sylvia is a truly an artist with a green thumb.


1215 Corona Dr, Ste B . 512-524-0014 hey@coronacafeaustin.com . facebook.com/coronacafe



Acrylic on canvas Earth is beautiful. I celebrate her. I’m inspired to interpret her with my own eyes and I share what I see.


4626 Marlo Dr . jenniferrapier@gmail.com . jrrapier.com

Artists & Studios

Katy David

Batik on eggshells I create my artwork using a centuries-old technique called Pysanky. This is a batik process using beeswax, a small heated funnel, and aniline dyes on eggshells that results in intricately layered patterns of color, geometry and two-dimensional lines and shapes on a three-dimensional surface. More examples of my work can be seen at http://katydavidart.blogspot.com/.


2204 Palo Pinto Dr . 512-965-7061 katydavidart@gmail.com . katyegg.com

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Janna Sammon

Acrylic on wood, paper listen. question. trust. laugh. play. let go. these are qualites i bring to my art and my art brings to my life. i begin with the basics – my hands and primary colors – have a conversation with the piece – and stand back and see what evolves.

2009 Airport Blvd . jsammon@austin.rr.com creatinglifeinsmallsteps.blogspot.com

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Laura Latimer . guest of Janna Sammon

Acrylic, mixed media Grounded by experience in public and gallery installation using unconventional materials, Laura’s small-scale artworks continue to explore the interaction of form with space through mixed media and sculptural practices. Layers, pattern and light are the basic elements used to express both narrative and conceptual subject matter.

2009 Airport Blvd . lauralatimer.com

11b Artists & Studios

Wendy Saha & Melissa Sonzala . Modplexi guest of Janna Sammon Hand cut collage on plexiglass Our art is never planned. Rather the result of one found image triggering the process of cutting, collaging, talking, rethinking and then, collaging all over again. We are inspired by and take from everything - pop art, trash art, music, culture, 1950’s, old/new things, and the whole notion of reinterpreting found pictures into our own imagined stories. Take it in, cut it up, spit it out anew.

2009 Airport Blvd . modplexi@gmail.com . modplexi.com

11c Artists & Studios




Emilio Villarruel . guest of Janna Sammon

Acrylic, pastel, mixed media on paper, canvas, wood Emilio uses multiple techniques: printmaking, image transfer, collage, painting and drawing to create visual opinions of our popular culture – both past and present. Bold, abstract imagery often disguises underlying social criticism. These interpretations of events, which he feels are essential for us to remember, serve as his “offspring” or a legacy of visual bookmarks in the pages of history.


2009 Airport Blvd . rruel1979@gmail.com

Artists & Studios

The Skylark Lounge’s Exhibition of Gregory Truett Smith, Demos & Community Performances EAST weekends: 11am-6pm I grew up in the ‘60s & ‘70s during that magical time in America. Boyhood dreams & iconic heroes of the day fueled my imagination. I am a Social Realist & story teller, hoping to show “the truth” & moving you to feel something new/inspiring. Art that serves a purpose for the good. I draw and paint completely by hand. I work in pencil, charcoal, pastel, pen & ink, gouache, & acrylic paint.


2039 Airport Blvd . 512-730-0759 . skylarkaustin.com Gregory Truett Smith: splendidrocketstudios.com


Marie Tobola

Charcoal, oil on canvas I use my hands to translate the world around me into paint and strive for that blissful time when my brain shuts off and I am lost in sticky tactile communication. My work is a product of this process. I am always progressing towards creating better work and pushing boundaries.


3908 Hermalinda St . marie.tobola@gmail.com

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Saturday, October 26 | 1pm

Featured artist Waltercio Caldas will discuss the themes of the The Nearest Air and his work from the past four decades. Funding provided by the Barbara Duncan Centennial Endowed Lectureship.

The Nearest Air: A Survey of Works by Waltercio Caldas is co-organized by the Blanton Museum of Art and the Fundação Iberê Camargo. The exhibition is guestcurated by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro. Generous funding for the exhibition is provided by the Susan Vaughan Foundation, with additional support from Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, the Bruce T. Halle Family Foundation, and Fran Magee. The accompanying catalog is made possible in part by Michael Chesser. Left: Waltercio Caldas, Garrafas com rolha [Bottles with Cork], 1975, Chinaware and corks, 9 7⁄8 × 7 7⁄8 × 3 ½ in., Liba and Rubem Knijnik Collection, Porto Alegre

Blanton Museum of Art / The University of Texas at Austin / MLK at Congress / Austin, TX 78712 / www.blantonmuseum.org / 512.471.7324

Aimi Dunn

Oil on canvas, polymer clay I have been working on some paintings and sculptures for a while now, and a handful are finished...many are in various stages of completion. Maybe they are portraits, or psychological studies. Perhaps they are surreal or illustrations. All I’m sure of is that I need to paint and sculpt. Come see my drawing, paintings and art dolls, and have some wine and chocolate with me!

1913 Emma Long St . aimi.dunn@gmail.com . dunnart.net

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Jessica Wagner . The Catahoula Ruby Studio

Latex, acrylic, ink, mixed media on paper, canvas My work incorporates the ideas of 1960’s revolutionaries, personal liberation, and shared experiences. These ideas guide me in my personal revolution, which has recently become the revolution I am fighting the most for. I am highly influenced by artist revolutionaries such as Nancy Spero and Leon Golub. In my studio my ideas translate into personal landscapes which begin to evolve into historical documents.

4214 Wilshire Pkwy . jesuka77@gmail.com jessicaawagner.com

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Art From the Streets Pop-Up Gallery

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Twice a week, homeless and formerly homeless individuals find their way to free, open studio sessions hosted by Art From the Streets where they make art to sell to the public. Get Art & Give Hope Nov. 9-10 at the Austin Convention Center, and as part of the EAST tour a week later – at the Art From the Streets Pop-Up Gallery in the Community Event Center at Nature’s Treasures!

4103 North IH-35 . 512-296-3850 info@artfromthestreets.com . artfromthestreets.com

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Christine Terrell . Adaptive Reuse Studios

Upcycled tin jewelry, mixed media, encaustic AR Studios will again be filled with art. Liz Potter’s intrepid photography will grace one wall and others will be filled with the latest tin jewelry designs, encaustics and a range of art and experiments in other media. A big part of the experience at our stop is a chance to try your hand at one of the fun, kid-friendly demos. Be sure to stop by to participate in some of your own art-making.


4017 Cherrywood Rd . christine@adaptivereuser.com adaptivereuser.com

Artists & Studios

Liz Potter . guest at Adaptive Reuse Studios

Oils, black and white photography Using a Holga camera and film, I record moments that tell a story, evoke emotion, raise a question, or are simply lovely scenes. Working with film, and printing in a traditional darkroom, forces me to slow down, and connect with the memories in a hands-on way that’s a vanishing art. Included in my collection of straight photos are my mixed media images, where I paint on top of a printed portrait.


4017 Cherrywood Rd . lizpotterphotography@gmail.com lizpotterphotography.com

Artists & Studios

Roy Hall

Iron I like to use recycled materials or left-over scarp metal from construction projects to create garden gates and household decor. After more than 35 years in pipeline and heavy construction experience , I have picked up some tips and tricks of the trade that I can now use to give these materials a new life .


1506 Kirkwood Rd . 512-568-4006 . rhall0823@yahoo.com

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Stacy Brunson

Oil pastels, acrylics A native of Austin, I spent a decade and a half soaking up Mediterranean light reflected off objects and landscapes, buildings and personalities. My works are inspired by the art, architecture and soul-moving landscapes experienced in my travels around Spain and Europe, as well as by the colors and rhythms of my beloved Texas soil.

1506 Kirkwood Rd . 512-626-0733 . yesstacy@gmail.com stacypaintings.com

18b Artists & Studios

Karen Maness . RUST RED STUDIO

Oil on panel, canvas, linen Maness continues to construct work centered on natural environments and the human condition. Her work this past year has jumped from the realm of the monumental to the minute. RUST RED STUDIO welcomes you to explore Maness’ thirst based water paintings and her latest series, tiny wonders.

3902 Cherrywood Rd . 512-799-7528 . kmaness@78702.com karenmaness.com

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Pascal Simon . East Austin Mosaic

Glass, print, grout Mosaic as a medium speaks to me because life is shaped by fractions of people, places, things, emotions, and experiences coming together in interesting and sometimes unpredictable ways. In mosaic, the spaces in between the tiles, are the spaces that either connect us or separate us. Creating mosaics allows me to depict the interconnectedness of what and whom I experience.

1706 E 38 1/2 St . 512-997-8277 pascal@eastaustinmosaic.com . eastaustinmosaic.com

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T.R. Rodriquez . T.R. Rodriquez Studio

Wood, leather, metal, glass, paper, textiles I use scraps of wood, glass, leather, lots of paint, and other cast off items to make functional, artistic furniture and decor. Susanne Saxton offers striking fused glass design. Thor brings his natural take on fine wood furniture, and Laura Mance paints nature in vivid acrilc on canvas.


3514 Clarkson Ave . 512-476-6973 trrstudio@gmail.com . trrstudio.blogspot.com

Artists & Studios

Sarah Collins

Fabric, old clothing, housewares, thread My work combines fabric – including old clothes and housewares – into textile collages based on both abstract paintings and landscapes.


1402 Concordia Ave . 512-293-4964 sarah@scollinsart.com . scollinsart.com

Artists & Studios

Erik Tragus . Tragus Clay Co.

Wood fired porcelain, stoneware I create forms that reflect my interests and are meant to be functional, both physically and intellectually. Through the use of sustained high heat and wood ash, I seek a layering of surface information, both intentional and accidental, to create an expressive and unique visual depth. The clay is softened by the flame and the variety of colors and textures formed both surprise and satisfy.


3307 Lafayette Ave . erik@austinwoodfiredceramics.com austinwoodfiredceramics.com

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Jennifer Balkan . Little Blue House

Oil on wood, maps, charcoal on paper Oil painting is a jelly doughnut: the euphoria hits me after I sink my brush into the juiciest bits of saturated color and then start moving the globs of paint around on my canvas. With these globs, I aspire to convey emotion.

3109 Lafayette Ave, Little Blue House in the back 512-796-4842 . jbalkan@grandecom.net . jenniferbalkan.net

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Alan Pogue

Black and white, silver gelatin fiber prints Alan Pogue is a social justice documentary photographer in the tradition of Russell Lee. Alan was born in Corpus Christi, Texas in 1946. 1969 studied philosophy at U.T. Austin. He photographed anti-war and social justice movements. Alan has been voted “Best Photographer in Austin” by the Austin American Statesman and the Austin Chronicle. He has been inducted into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame.

2104 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd . 512-423-9812 alanpogue@mac.com . documentaryphotographs.com

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Little Pink Monster Gallery

Where The Art Is The Little Pink Monster is a two room gallery presented by Central Texas Annie. VIP Receptions – Gallery Openings – Art Parties – Artist Residencies - After Hours. Corner of Poquito and 17th. RSVP to events on Facebook. LPM’s September artist residency highlights Travis Jarrell. Jarrell’s new work “LUZOSCURO” is a series of tenebrist-inspired oil paintings on black velvet.

1913 E 17th St . 512-810-8281 . centraltexasawesome@gmail.com centraltexasannie.wordpress.com

26a Exhibitions




Little Pink Monster Gallery

Featuring Travis Jarrell Travis Jarrell was born in Lubbock, Texas. He studied art at Pratt Institute and his paintings have been exhibited in New York, Ontario and in the Texas Capitol building. Jarrell’s new work “LUZOSCURO” is a series of tenebrist-inspired oil paintings on black velvet.


1913 E 17th St . robotrav@gmail.com . travisjarrell.com


Billy Bishop . Obsolete Industries

Screen printing Obsolete Industries has a vast variety of amazing screen printed ephemera... Lots of Local, State, National, and World renowned Artists to pick and choose from. Come see our collection of Art prints, Rock Posters, Movie Posters, and Textiles! Don’t Delay!


1700 E 12th St . 512-480-8710 info@obsolete-inc.com . obsolete-inc.com

Artists & Studios


Furniture, paper Three different entities, three different mediums, a single venue. Furniture, art in paper, art on paper. Drophouse Design’s installations/furniture, Michael Owens’ hand crafted paper art & Rose Bartush’s (House of Goo) colorful cast of character drawings. A great mix of industrial, detail, & fun.


1720 E 12th St . info@drophousedesign.com drophousedesign.com





Art Connectors

Multiple media Art Connectors, established here in Austin, TX, represents artists both local and international whose talents span every medium and style. Many of our artists are happy to create commissioned pieces, and we strive to be a one stop shop for businesses, venues and events seeking to source artwork and talent for their individual needs.

1900 E 12th St . 512-567-6400 . artconnectors@gmail.com artconnectors.org

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Gigi Grinstad . Twelfth Street Studios

Oil, encaustic, assemblage, installation, jewelry Using insects, shoreline, creatures, plants, and other forms found in nature as a starting point, my artistic process is one of gathering and re-assembly. My pieces often explore themes of place and repetition. As a queer artist I am continually reimagining and re-creating the world.

2206 A E 12th St . gigignome@yahoo.com

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CAP Magazine Anniversary Party

11/22: 8pm CAP Magazine is an Austin-based web magazine dedicated to providing an accessible platform for cultural criticism through essays, creative writing, illustration, video, and photography. Our overall objective is to ask engaging questions through quality written and visual work. Curating such content allows us to focus on larger themes, while creating a more satisfying experience for the reader.

2005 E 16th St . 413-230-9299 editors@capthemagazine.com . capthemagazine.com

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Joe Bones . The Boneyard

Spray paint on wood, metal boombox gate East Austin Art Slam! 20 Artists, 20 Blank Walls. Follow the yellow brick road through the magical backyard utopia that is The Boneyard. Come watch Austin artists compete in a Day of Creation. See each piece evolve and vote on your favorite. Local Djs and poets providing entertainment for the ears. A wave like skatepark, a game room, a grassy outdoor stadium and the creations just keep flowing.


1609 Alamo St . 713-252-3080 . skatetheboneyard.com

Artists & Studios

Ethan Azarian . In House Gallery

Acrylic on canvas, wood I’ve been a working artist for 35 years in Austin and Vermont. I never paint from photos, still life, or models. The concepts for my paintings come from the imagination. I’m interested in colors and how they relate to each other. The challenge of figuring out the composition of a painting is something I really enjoy. The In House Gallery is a professional working studio/gallery (since 1999).


2514 E 17th St . 512-271-1997 inhousegallery@hotmail.com . ethanazarian.net

Artists & Studios

Melissa Knight . In House Gallery

Batik fabric, collage art, design I make Batik fabric collage art. Batik is a wax resist dyeing technique, traditionally used for making designs on fabric. I use this technique to make colorful and vibrant fabric. Using the fabric as my medium I create whimsical collage designs. There are many surprises in batik – crackles and layers of colors emerge in the wax-dye process. These surprises often guide the artistic process for me.


2514 E 17th St . 512-271-1997 melissa@batikbydesign.com . batikbydesign.com

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Howard Rains . guest at In House Gallery

Watercolor on paper A painting is a fiddle tune and the brush is a bow. The colors are the chords and the lines are the melody. Howard Rains is a native Texas artist and fiddler living in Austin whose two obsessions are painting and playing old time fiddle music. His brush has been handed down to him just like his bow. His only wish is to share his music as well as his art, and pass on the brush and the bow.

2514 E 17th St . 512-576-0561 soapycows@gmail.com . howardrains.net

33c Artists & Studios

Rebecca McGinnis . Slugfest Printmaking Workshop

Copper plate etching I am interested in the deep complexity of emotion. I am particularly curious about the reactions happening below the surface, subverted to the subconscious. I explore in my work the connections between the physical and the abstract world of emotions and create metaphors to describe our inner workings.

1906 Miriam Ave . rmcginnis99@gmail.com rebeccamcginnis.com

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Imagine Art

Multiple media Imagine Art is an arts ministry serving artists with disabilities in east Austin. We offer fine art studio space with supplies and artistic direction, a gallery with professional development, recovery groups, and a community garden with daily meals. Visitors are welcome to tour Imagine Art weekends during the East Austin Studio Tour and ongoing, 9am-4pm, Mon-Fri. Creative artwork and gifts for purchase.

2830 Real St . 512-448-1840 . info@imagineart.net imagineart.net

35 Artists & Studios




Truman Marquez . Marquez Studios

Oil on linen Truman Marquez’s large scale works employ geometry to explore light, motion and space.


2830 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd . 512-413-8146 marquezstudios@hotmail.com . trumanmarquez.com

Artists & Studios

Paul Drown . Flatbed

Archival prints, watercolor, pen and ink, found objects Paul Drown uses all materials. He thinks about the nature of reality and how, as a human, he perceives it. He documents, uses symbols, creates abstractions, writes words, builds things. He attempts to understand meaning, if there is such a thing.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Ste 113 . 512-497-7645 paul@drownland.com . pauldrown.com

Artists & Studios

Flatbed Press and Gallery

Ann Conner: Suite Symphony An exhibition of large scale woodcuts by Ann Conner. Conner, a well-known woodcut artist from North Carolina, is represented by Flatbed Press and Gallery. Her most ambitious large-scale color woodcut suites were printed at Flatbed Press. The Brentwood Suite and the Park Suite are featured along with the Fleetwood Suite.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd . 512-477-9328 info@flatbedpress.com . flatbedpress.com





Flatbed Press and Gallery

Featuring Bob Schneider We Invented Love Somehow and Without Mercy or Instruction: New Work by Bob Schneider - New mixed media work from Austin singer songwriter Bob Schneider. Long known for his musical output, Bob Schneider has slowly but surely been evolving into one of Austin’s most important artistic visionaries. His mixed media works play on the dark side with a glint of whimsy.

2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd . 512-477-9328 info@flatbedpress.com . stinkinghand.blogspot.com

36.3b Exhibitions

O2 Gallery at Flatbed Press

Tina Weitz: Pola-Vision “Pola-Vision” is a photographic journey with Tina Weitz of Polaroid, fading and nostalgic. A vision of images that awaken memories of something familiar. Artist’s Reception: November 16, 6-8pm Exhibit Dates: November 12 to December 20, 2013

2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd . 512-294-9550 tina@photoweitz.com . photoweitz.com

36.4 Exhibitions

Gallery Shoal Creek

Featuring Shawn Camp Paintings.

2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Ste 3 . 512-454-6671 shawncamp@gmail.com . shawncamp.net

36.5a Exhibitions




Gallery Shoal Creek

Featuring Catherine Dudley This year I will be exhibiting my most recent mixed media collage work at Gallery Shoal Creek, a spacious contemporary art gallery, which recently relocated to the East Side, within the Flatbed Press building.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Ste 3 catherinedudleyart@gmail.com . catherinedudley.com


Gallery Shoal Creek

Featuring Sandra C. Fernandez A jagged line, while delicate and beautiful, can also evoke conflict and uneasiness. The use of stitching as a drawing tool allows me to add a psychological depth to images that would otherwise appear ordinary. It is my intention to engage the viewer into discovering the many layers of meaning behind appearances.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Ste 3 studio@sandrafernandez.info . sandrafernandez.info


Gallery Shoal Creek

Featuring Katie Maratta The work consists of black and white landscapes of the Texas horizon that are typically 1 inch high and 4 feet long. Executed in graphite, ink and pastel, they include the iconic elements of the Great Plains – silos, fence lines, windmills, etc. Because of the unusual format, the viewer has to “travel” the piece which parallels the artist’s experience of traveling the country roads.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Ste 3 . 512-454-6671 info@galleryshoalcreek.com . galleryshoalcreek.com





Anis Mojgani

Paint, ink, paper on canvas, wood, paper For me, the process of making art is part intent and part exploration/discovery. Be it visual or with words, my work begins with venturing into the unknown, stumbling into wherever the boundless parts of me – my vulnerability, my imagination – may be, in order to bring some of that out to the surface. Then shaping it in order to better translate my experience to the larger human collective.

2932 Eckert St . thepianofarm@gmail.com thepianofarm.com

37 Artists & Studios

Emily Spykman . Clementine & Co. Jewelry

Fine mixed metal jewelry I am inspired by ancient symbology, intricate textures both organic and human made, and simple, elegant, modern design. I like to let the materials guide my process, pushing the limitations and exploiting the strengths of maleability and dynamism in metals. By allowing myself to still be a dreamer as well as a maker, I’ve stayed true to the ideals of my youth while maturing in content and skill.

1601 Greenwood Ave . 603-801-5732 clementine_co@yahoo.com . clementineco.com

38 Artists & Studios

Lori Lockhart

Oil on canvas, acrylic, mixed media I’m using collage to create a fragmented reality that has found an uncommon union. I create relationships formed by disarranged pieces of moments in time, and then they are reformed into a fantastic new reality. These collages are then recreated into paint to become a solidified conjunction. The process of painting the collage enables more of an agreement within the repurposed image.

4301 Leslie Ave . 512-992-8411 . lockhartlori@gmail.com hunterzandcollectorz.tumblr.com

39a Artists & Studios




Jessica Schmidt

Oil on canvas My current series examines the spectator-performer relationship in women’s sports, especially Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. There is a kind of tranquility in the face of a person performing for the world. I’m interested in the way hesitation, nervousness and excitement can be felt by audience and athlete at once. These paintings are about the moments of the body as we see it perform.


4301 Leslie Ave . 831-235-5624 jessica.a.schmidt@gmail.com . plasticforest.com

Artists & Studios

Carl Smith

Acrylic on canvas Carl Smith is an abstract landscape painter who lives and works in East Austin, Texas. His landscapes explore composition and texture through the use of heavy impastos and aggressive brushwork, spontaneously creating personal paintings with a strong emphasis on form and emotion.


4503 Glomar Ave . 512-923-6539 europeanechoes@gmail.com . carlsmith29.wix.com/arts

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Luis Abreux

Oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas Cuban artists Luis Abreux and Aldo Prado (aldoprado.com) will show their latest work featuring abstraction art work with the energy of their island. These creative forces make imaginary worlds, abstracts, landscapes, and memories. Open your eyes to the Caribbean forms and nostalgic fire of two immigrant artists in Austin. Abreux’s stdio is open all year by appointment.


1613 Meander Dr . 512-720-2919 luisabreux2003@yahoo.es . abreux.com

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Matthew Helveston . WOODSHED

Wood WOODSHED is the latest adventure by Matthew Helveston. His background in Architecture is reflected by the clean lines and simple yet beautiful details found in his furniture. “I’m very passionate about working with my hands and creating something someone will enjoy for years to come” – MH

3502 Oak Springs Dr . 512-294-0618 info@wouldwood.com . wouldwood.com

42 Artists & Studios

Alex Abel

Oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas, ink on paper Art inspired by lust and violence.

4807 Sara Dr . alex.abel@att.net

43 Artists & Studios

IlluminaCity An Evening with Burning Man Artists

11/16 & 11/23: Dusk-10pm Experience the essence of the Burning Man culture through lights, fire, projection, and performance all related to light. Burning Man artists will showcase art that feature illumination. Visit us on Sat the 16th and 23rd in your finest illuminated costume. The nighttime event will feature four sections at our studio “The Wherehouse”: Flame effects, illuminated art, camp culture, and a theater.

1023 Springdale Rd . info@burningflipside.com burningflipside.com

44 Happenings




Amy Winkler . Wink Studios

Acrylic paint, pen and ink, graphite Typically I like to draw or paint something that will make my friends laugh or trick them into thinking I’m clever. These subjects usually originate from thoughts I have during the day or visions occurring during a nap dream. A lot of my work recently combines a folk art feel with the details from a comic book cell.


1153 Brookswood Ave . 512-590-0251 amywinklerdesign@gmail.com . amywinkler.com

Artists & Studios

Sally Weber . Resonance Studio

Holography, large format photography, constructions I work with light as a spatial medium directly and indirectly to accentuate the dimensionality of form and the transience of fleeting impressions. Recent exhibitions include, The Clock Tower, Queens, NY, Alden B. Dow Museum, and ACC, Austin. Collections include the Dell Children’s Medical Center, the Butler Institute of American Art, the David Bermant Foundation, and the San Jose Museum.


1406 Smith Rd, Unit D . 512-535-0179 snw@sallyweber.com . sallyweber.com

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Rebecca Cohen . guest at Resonance Studio

Collage I have long been intrigued by how darkly beautiful newspaper images can be. I cut and save them. I also take my own photos of less angst-ridden scenes and use them and the newsprint clips to make small abstract collages that deal with my concern about and yet distance from the lives of the strangers whose images I’ve appropriated.


1406 Smith Rd, Unit D . 512-632-1423 rgscohen@austin.rr.com

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Francesca Samsel . guest at Resonance Studio

Art-science collab, digital media, printmaking, sculpture As a visual artist, using technology to develop work on the fulcrum between art and science, my work addresses contemporary environmental issues and events. Combining my artistic sculptural and printmaking vocabulary with scientific data and visualizations, the work speaks of contemporary environmental scientific research in a language intuitive to humanity.

1406 Smith Rd, Unit D . fjsamsel@utep.edu francescasamsel.com

46.1c Artists & Studios

Jim Sipowicz . guest at Resonance Studio

Printed 35mm photography on custom prepared media I refer to my landscape work as Nature Portraiture. With each image I attempt to depict a unique place where earth, water and sky intersect — capturing the unique personality of the light it reflects. The art of the final print is a critical part of my work. I print my own images using a variety of custom papers and techniques. Just as each image has its own character, every print is an original.

1406 Smith Rd, Unit D . 512-415-3446 sipowicz@customarteditions.com . customarteditions.com

46.1d Artists & Studios

Larry Isgur . Massif Concrete

Concrete planters, benches, fountains, countertops Massif Concrete is an independently owned concrete studio that produces a wide range of indoor and outdoor furnishings and dĂŠcor, including planters, fountains, and furniture for home or office. We specialize in simple, elegant precast concrete that will last a millennium and never go out of style. Every season brings a deeper understanding of the versatility of this beautiful, durable medium.

1406 Smith Rd, Ste E . 512-921-5944 info@massifconcrete.com . massifconcrete.com

46.2 Artists & Studios




Faith Schexnayder . Flatfork Studio Smith Road Studios Foam, concrete, metal fabrication I create one of a kind, unique sculptures for your home or business. All pieces are fabricated using various materials including Foam, concrete, metal and mosaics and are made to withstand the elements. Let me make something fun for you!


1406 Smith Rd, Ste E&F . 512-293-4178 . flatfork@austin.rr.com flatforkstudio.com

Artists & Studios

Neal Andersen . Andersen Ceramics

Ceramic tiles We produce high-relief ceramic tile backsplash murals or inserts, typically installed as a focal point in the kitchen. The starting point for our work is usually classic French and English style wood carvings found on antique furniture and other carved panels. Our customers are homeowners, designers, and showrooms who are involved in a kitchen remodel or new construction.


1406 Smith Rd . 512-921-4771 . neal@andersenceramics.com andersenceramics.com

Artists & Studios

Richard Cole . Paleo Denim . Smith Road Studios

Denim, leather, canvas Paleo Denim is a one-man workshop creating jeans and leather goods on vintage sewing machines. Owner/maker Richard Cole is self taught and controls every aspect of design and production. The jeans feature details that have been lost to modern automated processes as well as American and Japanese selvedge denims and leathers.


1406 Smith Rd . 512-222-3832 richard@paleodenim.com . paleodenim.com

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Jessica Wells . eleventy-five . Cobra Studios

Screen printing I’m a self taught screen printer combining my passions for art, design, and fashion in my home studio in east austin by printing minimalistic, fun designs for all age ranges. I use eco-friendly products and organic materials including environmentally safe and water-based inks, biodegradable and citrus-based cleaning solvents, and recycled and plant-based shipping and packaging materials.

902 Gardner Rd, Unit 10 . hello@eleventy-five.com eleventy-five.com

47.1a Artists & Studios

catfoodfever . guest at eleventy-five

Upcycled textile materials My designs are based on what I myself like to use and they evolve alongside with my taste and style. Most of my unique pieces contain at least 90% of vintage and/or upcycled fabrics. I enjoy creating what I find to be fun and functional hand made goods that are made with love here in East Austin.

902 Gardner Rd, Unit 10 . catfoodfever@gmail.com catfoodfever.com

47.1b Artists & Studios

Cynthia Ann Lost Howling Wolf featured at Cobra Studios #14 Ceramic stoneware, raku “Geronimo” is a work in two parts. Part one, “The Last Hold Out Band”, is a stoneware collection representing Geronimo and his Chiricahua Apaches. Part two, “Skullduggery”, is a reminder of the alleged theft of Geronimo’s skull by the Skull & Bones Society. Cynthia Ann Lost Howling Wolf is a Yaqui/Apache Indian artist based in Texas. The themes of captivity and loss inform her work.

902 Gardner Rd, #14 . 713-906-2119 . duke@rice.edu brianhuberman.com

47.1c Artists & Studios




Valerie Waisanen . featured at Cobra Studios #14

Wood, metal, glass, paper, paint, salvage items I think of myself as a primary producer: I make art. Everything I own is a canvas or something that might end up on one.


902 Gardner Rd, #14 . 361-205-0237

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EAST weekends: 11am-6pm, Event: 11/17: 6pm-11pm Cobra Studios is a dynamic community of film makers, designers, musicians and artists. There will be open houses with film, art and music installations both weekends from 11 am-6pm. The Cobra Show and Party will host a special showing of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre film as well as live music, video, sculptures, paintings, photography and more.


902 Gardner Rd . cobrashow.tumblr.com


Bobby Hamric . Studio 727

Oil on canvas, steel, aluminum, mixed sculpture Hamric paints the Chihahuan desert with the vast horizons and sunsets full of light and shadows, plus vibrant color. The work makes a tremendous impact on any space, transforming to a vista where mountains, skies, grasses and animals entirely overwhelm you. Hamric also creates steel cube sculptures, as well as aluminum pieces and mixed media.


727 Airport Blvd . 512-217-9090 . bobbyhamric@gmail.com

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Pablo Taboada . Taboada Studio . Studio 727

Oil on canvas, board, watercolor, graphite on paper Born in Santiago, Chile, Taboada graduated from the University of Texas. After living in Houston, Dallas, Washington DC, and Taos NM, he now lives and works in Austin. His approach to painting was shaped in part by his friendship with Montana painter Clyde Aspevig, and their shared interest in interpreting what they see, and choosing to paint the beauty of the world around them.

727 Airport Blvd . 512-619-3315 . ptaboadac@yahoo.com pablotaboada.com

48.1b Artists & Studios

Mary Wadham . MaribelZ’ Studio

Glass wall sculptures, glass art, bronze, silver forged jewelry I have worked with glass and metal for over 20 years. I opened my first studio and gallery in Houston in 2009 and have just moved to Austin and opened my new studio, “MaribelZ’ “. I have retired and opened this new studio to develop larger sculptures featuring glass and metal. I want to push the boundaries even further than before. I am looking forward to an amazing future in Austin.

727 Airport Blvd . 713-875-1406 . mary@maribelz.com maribelz.com

48.1c Artists & Studios

Wells Mason Gallery

Eviscerated “Eviscerated” explores the intersection of visual art and internal discord. Featured artists include Todd Camplin, Larry Graeber, and Wells Mason, among others. The Wells Mason Gallery is committed to exhibiting contemporary art by emerging and internationally-recognized artists, with an emphasis on abstract expressionism and postminimalist art.

727 Airport Blvd . 512-466-9577 info@wellsmasongallery.com . wellsmasongallery.com

48.2 Exhibitions




Brian L. Phillips . featured at Revival Cycles

Salvaged wood artist Using mainly salvaged wood and other salvaged items, I create things. My style changes often and I have been told to pick a style and stick with it, but I cannot subscribe to that opinion. Ideas come and ideas go, so sticking with one style has never suited me. I get bored with it and I wasn’t happy doing the same style over and over. Creating, that’s my style.


5305 Bolm Rd, Bays 1-2 . 512-571-1703 brianphillipsemail@gmail.com . artbybrianphillips.com


Sun McColgin . Pandora Studios

Steel sculpture, interior and exterior design, fabrication My current series of sculptures are a metaphor for the fragility of what we often take for granted as being solid and indestructible. Much like a single drop of water can find its way into the smallest crevice of a rock and freeze – slowly the crack grows until the rock explodes and shears away. Repeated over time, the once monolithic rock becomes something new and beautiful and more fragile.


5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 . 512-529-2812 sumac71@yahoo.com . 1180pandora.com

Artists & Studios

Molly Brau . guest of Sun McColgin

Oil on panel, mixed media I always keep my swagger on deck.


5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 . 318-393-8585 molbrau1@gmail.com . mollybrau.com

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Kiah Denson

Acrylic on canvas, ink on paper Organic, undulating and energetic elements of nature influence color and composition in my abstract pieces. Aspects of vintage and couture photography inspire my figurative work. I enjoy utilizing the fluidity of my materials – acrylic and ink on both paper and canvas – as I explore various processes, aesthetics and techniques.

5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 . kiah@artbykiah.com . kiahdenson.com

49.2c Artists & Studios

Israel Freeland . A Reflection of Light

Polaroid, print from negatives, digital and wet plate How I view the world through a lens... just me, my camera, subject, and available light. I do not to post edit, and let the images to speak for themselves. “Photography does not create eternity ... it embalms time.” “Light glorifies everything. It transforms and ennobles the most commonplace and ordinary subjects. The object is nothing; light is everything.”

5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 . 512-788-0605 areflectionoflight@gmail.com . a-reflection-of-light.com

49.2d Artists & Studios

Rothko Hauschildt

Encaustic on board My encaustic works celebrate the possibilities of the medium itself, exploring the rich colors of the paint and the effects made possible with heating it. I find inspiration in the transcendent aspect of birds, in abandoned houses, industrial decay, the mountains, trees, and water, in deep sensual passions. My influences include the early video work of Michael Stipe and the films of Werner Herzog.

5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 . 512-484-6622 . rothko@pobox.com rothkunst.com

49.2e Artists & Studios




Karen Woodward

Flameworked glass & handbuilt ceramic sculpture My glass sculpture is best described as colorful, small scale portraiture, each exploring the absurdities of life and self.


5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 . woodwardglass@hotmail.com . karenwoodwardstudios.com

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Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Multiple Media Sandwiched between a trailer park and a culvert factory, this tucked away studio complex off Bolm Road has been a creative hot bed for over 10 years. The original home of Big Medium hosts a wide variety of artists across multiple discplines.


5305 Bolm Rd, #9-12 . 512-939-6665 info@bigmedium.org . bigmedium.org

Artists & Studios

Miranda Bennett . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Textile design Miranda Bennett is a women’s RTW designer currently focusing on textiles and accessories. Through hand painting, dyeing, and Shibori techniques, Bennett creates series of scarves and apparel with one-off patterns ranging from bold parallel shapes to painterly washes of color. Educated at Parsons School of Design, Bennett recently returned to her native Austin. This is her first showing at EAST.


5305 Bolm Rd, #9.2 . hello@shopmirandabennett.com shopmirandabennett.com

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William Geisler . William Geisler Art Big Medium Studios at Bolm Encaustic collage on panel I’m attracted to the abstract nature and subtleties of layering and depth that encaustic brings, as well as to the unpredictability and lack of control you’re often confronted with using the hot wax medium. An idea you may have at the start isn’t ever guaranteed to finish as originally conceived. It’s a constant adventure of discovery and rediscovery and surprise, and that’s what inspires me.

5305 Bolm Rd, #9.4 . 207-266-1999 bill@williamgeislerart.com . williamgeislerart.com

49.3c Artists & Studios

Susan Kemner Reed . featured at Jeff Ragsdale’s studio Big Medium Studios at Bolm Graphite on large paper with cut-out elements Six years ago I began a new series of drawings entitled, A Mother’s Anxiety, based on my experience with a son in the Army in Iraq. The challenge I set was to draw with graphite on large paper in an obsessive way – making as many different kinds of marks as possible. As this series has developed, cutting has become part of the process with each mark or cut a moment of anxiety exposed.

5305 Bolm Rd, #9.5 . teachart2@sbcglobal.net susankemnerreed.com

49.3d Artists & Studios

Philip Harrell . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Oil, acrylic on canvas, collage For the love of paint!

5305 Bolm Rd, #9.6 . alightedlamp@gmail.com philipharrell.com

49.3e Artists & Studios




David Bae . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Oil on canvas, works on paper I’ve lately been making paintings and drawings that begin formally as portraits. The phrases that accompany the portraits extend from personal concerns, my day to day, but are kept fairly broad to avoid falling entirely into solipsism or simply keeping a diary. Maintaining that balance creates a sense of uncertainty and doubt that underpins the work, as the elements go through numerous edits and revisions.

5305 Bolm Rd, #9.7

49.3f Artists & Studios

Revi Meicler . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Watercolor, charcoal, collage, acrylic on panel Working from live models, I create figure drawings that become the inspiration behind my mixed media collages. I draw inspiration from pop culture, fashion magazines, costumes and textiles. The work is intended to be playful while exploring the relationship between fashion and identity.

5305 Bolm Rd, #10.1 . 480-235-4623 rmeicler@austin.rr.com . revimeicler.com

49.3g Artists & Studios

Roze Braunstein . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Multi media In my work I attempt to bridge the gap between what is considered art and what is considered craft. My work both challenges and embraces the stereotype of creative women as crafters and not artists. For many years I solely made jewelry which I consider functional sculpture. Since moving to Austin I have returned to making larger works blending embroidery, sewing, and knitting, with casting and painting.


5305 Bolm Rd, #10.2 . myfriendroze@gmail.com myfriendroze.com

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Cricket Burwell . guest of Roze Braunstein Big Medium Studios at Bolm Acrylic on canvas, taxidermy, embroidery floss on fabric Formerly a University Professor, Cricket works as an artist in vibrant East Austin and does photography, mixed media, painting, and fiber art. With an eye toward the unusual and little fear, she approaches artistic subjects that are often overlooked, dismissed, or even taboo including her series of “Crotch Stitch� vulvas and repurposed taxidermy inspired by the Mexican Folk Art tradition.

5305 Bolm Rd, #10.2 . cricket.burwell@gmail.com cricketburwell.com

49.3i Artists & Studios

Katy Dougharty . guest of Roze Braunstein Big Medium Studios at Bolm Stained glass, copper wire, paint Exploring stained glass construction away from outside influences has worked to my advantage. Over time, my panels have evolved into hybrids of paintings and sculpture. My imagery is secular and organic while my construction is playfully experimental with a focus on high relief surface details that are captivating upon closer inspection.

5305 Bolm Rd, #10.2 . 817-403-3157 kdglass.studio@gmail.com . kdougharty.com

49.3j Artists & Studios

Kevin McNamee-Tweed . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Ink, paint I make images on paper and on rocks.

5305 Bolm Rd, #10.6 . cottontweed@gmail.com kevinmcnameetweed.bigcartel.com

49.3k Artists & Studios




Francis O’Leary . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Charcoal, acrylic, oil, collage, on paper, masonite I want to experience intimacy with all things, this is really why I draw. I’m interested in studying how we internalize and construct the world around us and am inspired by the urban, industrial environment I grew up in, around Newark, New Jersey. The images I create often portray evocative moments that explore questions of identity, relationship, violence and the struggle for resolution.

5305 Bolm Rd, #11.2 . 201-618-1597 fxoleary@gmail.com . fxoleary.com

49.3l Artists & Studios

Larisa Chavarria . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Encaustic, watercolor, charcoal, mixed media, found objects, wax I collect and save fallen and forgotten fragments. I find the fleeting magic in small and mundane moments. I scout for the ephemeral feeling in nostalgic memories. I let all these bits, colors, images and lost objects play out fluidly like a dream; my hands and tools simply assemble them into the stories they tell me.


5305 Bolm Rd, #11.5 . 512-348-6495 hello@collidingcolor.com . collidingcolor.com

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Jana Swec . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Painting, murals, illustration, design Make.


5305 Bolm Rd, #12.2 . 512-468-2104 littleredswec@gmail.com . littleswec.com

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Shea Little . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Mixed media My current work is appropriated technical illustrations , manipulated into diagrams of organic and mechanical oddities.

5305 Bolm Rd, #12.2 . 512-217-2306 littleswec@gmail.com . littleswec.com

49.3o Artists & Studios

Joseph Phillips . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Drawing, painting, installation, mixed media My drawings are naive, over-simplified dissections of the interaction between humans and nature. Isolated, deconstructed environments sit as impartial monuments to our ingenuity and our folly. Both pleasing and disturbing, they reflect our complicated relationship with reality, nature and each other.

5305 Bolm Rd, #12.2 . 512-294-0884 info@josephphillipsart.com . josephphillipsart.com

49.3p Artists & Studios

Hollis Baxter . Big Medium Studios at Bolm

Upcycled My work explores the relationship between multisexualism and the ephemeral nature of the zeitgeist. What starts out as hope soon becomes corroded into a carnival of greed, leaving only a sense of dread and the dawn of a new beginning. As wavering replicas become transformed through diligent and diverse practice, the viewer is left with a tribute to the inaccuracies of our existence. Namaste.

5305 Bolm Rd, #13 . 512-939-6665 . hollisbaxter@gmail.com

49.3q Artists & Studios




Big Medium Gallery at Bolm

Transatlantic-Texas Illustration, mark-making, and painting by 15 artists from Texas and 15 from Europe. Featuring techniques, narratives, and sensibilities that offer solutions to the encumbered existence of image-makers and appreciators alike.


5305 Bolm Rd, #12 . 512-939-6665 mcnameetweed@bigmedium.org . bolm.bigmedium.org


David A Saenz . Ania and David’s SkyLight Studio

Photography, oil on canvas, film My name is David A Saenz, and I am an editorial and documentary photographer whose work seeks to reveal the Universal Luminous Nature of Our Common Humanity.


1109-A Shady Ln . 512-809-0094 david@davidasaenz.com . davidasaenz.com

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Sarita Geisel guest at Ania and David’s SkyLight Studio Acrylic on canvas I’m a life-long artist; creating beauty is what drives me in life. I paint when the inspiration comes, whether this occurs thru a mystical image I see in a meditation, or to capture a moment in time from my outer reality. I’m also a self-employed graphic designer and digital illustrator...visit my website for more info.


1109-A Shady Ln . 512-522-8067 . sarita@saritageisel.com saritageisel.com

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Pump Project Satellite Studios/Flex Space

Multiple media Check out the Satellite Studios and Flex Space operated by Pump Project! The Satellite Studios have artist spaces for individual creators and member-based organizations like MakeATX and the Women Printmakers of Austin. In the back of the building, the Flex Space gallery holds rotating monthly shows featuring local emerging artists.

1109-B Shady Ln . info@pumpproject.org . pumpproject.org

50.2a Artists & Studios

Hallie Eubanks Pump Project Satellite Studios/Flex Space Oil on canvas Hallie Eubanks’ work has evolved from realism early in her career into abstraction. Her emotive paintings may appear effortless, yet her sophisticated color palettes, adept paint handling, and balanced compositions are evidence of Eubanks’ formal training. Her oil paintings, often large-scale, are striking in their simplicity and aesthetic beauty.

1109-B Shady Ln . 432-413-9662 hallie.eubanks@gmail.com . hallieeubanks.com

50.2b Artists & Studios

MakeATX . Pump Project Satellite Studios/Flex Space

Laser cut wood, acrylic, paper MakeATX is a membership-based workshop with a duo of magical and versatile laser cutters (Patty Princess of Power and Ray el Rey de los Pew Pew), computers, software, ample workspace and classes designed to help Austinites MAKE stuff. Co-owners Kristen and Eve are friends on hiatus from architecture who design and make a variety of elegant and playful laser cut products. Come see LASERS in action!

1109-B Shady Ln, Studio 1 . 512-522-6253 workshop@makeatx.com . makeatx.com

50.2c Artists & Studios




Laurie Frick . guest at MakeATX Pump Project Satellite Studios/Flex Space Laser-cut, handbuilt installations Will it kill the mystery of being human, simply magnify our defects or will sensors and a mass of measurements acknowledge and present patterns of selfexamination that lure us into a future of self-quantification that is irresistible?


1109-B Shady Ln . laurie@lauriefrick.com . lauriefrick.com

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Eva Schone . TROPHYOLOGY Pump Project Satellite Studios/Flex Space Product design, fabrication Founded by architect Eva Schone, TROPHYOLOGY introduces a design update to the awards and recognition industry. Our artisan-crafted awards and milestone gifts have been presented by clients such as Austin Energy Green Building, AIA Austin, and Design Within Reach Austin Studio. We invite you to meet our team, see and touch our awards and take a behind-the-scenes look at how we create them.


1109-B Shady Ln, Studio 3 . 512-788-4558 eva@trophyology.com . trophyology.com

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Women Printmakers of Austin Pump Project Satellite Studios/Flex Space Printmaking, intaglio, relief, monotype, collograph, solar plate Women Printmakers of Austin (WPA) is an organization dedicated to encouraging women to actively pursue artistic expression through printmaking and to promote community through annual exhibits, regular meetings, and outreach projects. Our objective is to expand the audience for Fine Art Printmaking by increasing public awareness of historical traditions and contemporary techniques.


1109-B Shady Ln, Studio 8 . info@womenprintmakers.com womenprintmakers.com

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Ruthie Powers . Women Printmakers of Austin Pump Project Satellite Studios/Flex Space Akua intaglio inks printed on 100% cotton paper When she is not on the move visiting people and places, Ruthie gets lost for hours making painted intaglio plates and printing in the studio. She thrives on exploring materials, layering color, and improvising in the moment.

1109-B Shady Ln, Studio 8 . ruthie@ruthiepowersstudio.com ruthiepowerstudio.com

50.2g Artists & Studios

Erica Wildman . E. Wildman Gallery

Acrylic, resin, spray paint, raw pigment, plaster I see my work as an attempt to utilize various colour harmonies and surface textures to visually engage the audience. I also use it as an opportunity to explore spontaneity and chance. I think that a painting should be first and foremost, a painting. Meanings are extra layers, not the foundation.

1109-B Shady Ln, Unit 2 . 512-588-2787 . art@ericawildman. com . ericawildman.com

50.3 Artists & Studios

Ray Ray Mitrano

Colored pencils, pen and ink, silkscreen Ray Ray Mitrano loves to participate in group exhibitions, performances and other community events. Storytelling is a major part of what he does, whether it involves drawing, writing, or performing. He is based in Austin, Texas and for hire as an event illustrator, portraiture, stories and design.

5107 Glissman Rd . 347-560-9640 rayray@rayraymitrano.com . rayraymitrano.com

51 Artists & Studios




Susannah Blanton . Blanton Art & Design

Oil on canvas, panel The work I paint is the ongoing process of exploring a single theme in progressive series with the images reflecting emotional snapshots of that story. Inspiration is frequently found in vintage advertisements and photos where the innocence of the period is juxtaposed with a new and more complicated idea.


777 Shady Ln, #7 . 512-961-0161 blantondesign@me.com . blantonart.com

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Stacy Kirk . guest at Blanton Art & Design

Archival inkjet on canvas Stacy Kirk’s final body of work is as much a reminder of the fragile and temporary nature of all things as it is of artistic potential, framed through a cold, clear lens that cuts through sentiment and stabs directly at fate.


777 Shady Ln, #7 . 512-961-0161 blantondesign@me.com . stacykirkphotography.com

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Tom Suhler . Exposure Fine Art Gallery & Studio

Prints, still imagery, audio, video Tom Suhler creates expressionist imagery wrapped in beautiful layers of form and scene that are instantly enjoyable. Deeper layers engage the viewer’s imagination with visual allegories expressing emotions and ideas. This year’s exhibit debuts images from his ongoing project exploring new stylistic elements. There is a new multimedia exhibit and prints from his other internationally acclaimed work.


777 Shady Ln, #8 . 512-692-6166 wtsuhler@tomsuhlerfineart.com . exposurefineartgallery.com

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David Clark . Kartwheel Craftsmanship . The Village

Furniture, structures, wood, metal, interior build out Here at Kartwheel we build everything from custom furniture to backyard studios. From wood to metal, from a thought to a finished product. We can take care of your needs whether its small or large. Kartwheel offers a number of services, Interior Design, General Contracting, Furniture Design, Custom Fabrication. Look forward to seeing you on the tour.

777 Shady Ln, Ste 16 . info@kartwheel.co . kartwheel.co

52.3 Artists & Studios

Joseph Swec . Joe Swec Sign Painting . The Village

Sign painting I practice the traditional craft of hand painting signs. I’ve always loved classic graphic design, advertisements, and typefaces, a passion handed down from my grandpa. Hand painted work, from elegant lettering in a storefront window, to a large murals on sides of buildings, creates a more traditional, inviting and comfortable atmosphere to a local business, a neighborhood, and a city.

777 Shady Ln, Ste 16 . 805-453-8964 signpainterjoe@gmail.com . facebook.com/joe-swec-sign-painter

52.4 Artists & Studios

Pump Project Art Complex

Multiple media Pump Project is a non-profit organization with a mission to enrich and reinforce Austin’s creative community through working artist’s studios and exhibition facilities. 35 artists and craftspeople create work in our main location, and our gallery features the work of over 100 artists per year. Stop by during the tour to visit our canine mascot, Scraps, and see a great variety of art!

702 Shady Ln . info@pumpproject.org . pumpproject.org

53.1a Artists & Studios




Jeana Baumgardner . Pump Project Art Complex

Oil, acrylic on canvas Humor plays a significant role in my paintings, where otherworldly events and objects invade desert flora, rivers, mountains, and sky. Whimsy meets Space Odyssey as the forms suggest psychological anomalies more than tangible objects. The themes explored in my work reveal my interest in settings where nature collides with urban and industrial development and beckon the supernatural.


702 Shady Ln, Studio H . 718-530-2813 jbaumgardner8@yahoo.com . jeanabaumgardner.com

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Donna Dechen Birdwell . Wide World Home Art and Photography . Pump Project Art Complex Mixed media on lokta paper Show something that has not yet assumed a recognizable (named) form. Verisimilitude without representation. Hint at something. Reveal nothing. (“There’s too much there there.” – John Cage)


702 Shady Ln, Studio N . donna.birdwell@gmail.com donnadechenbirdwell.com

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Philana Brown . Pump Project Art Complex

Ceramics, porcelain, wire, underglaze, metal My work focuses on the causes and manifestations of anxiety. I like working with clay because it’s elasticity is emblematic of adaptation. Slowly aggravating the uncomfortable space between sensing anxiety and coping with it, I leave my somatic preoccupations for my sculptures to bear. I hope my pieces carry the fragility of this state of being. Crisis averted, yet unresolved.


702 Shady Ln, Studio Z . philanabrown@gmail.com philanabrown.com

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Monica Ceniceros . Pump Project Art Complex

Acrylic, wood stain on wood panel Monica is known for her unique technique of rich color combinations of acrylics and stains along natural wood grains, making each piece a one-of-a-kind original.

702 Shady Ln . 512-296-3891 monica@monicaceniceros.com . monicaceniceros.com

53.1e Artists & Studios

Jay Davis . Pump Project Art Complex

Oil on canvas, wood panel My work explores the relationship between postmodern discourse and midlife subcultures.

702 Shady Ln . jay.n.davis@gmail.com . jayndavis.com

53.1f Artists & Studios

David de Lara . Pump Project Art Complex

Oil, acrylic, graphite, digital photography David de Lara is an Austin, Texas based artist and photographer. For more than a decade he has created artwork of women that has been described as sensual, edgy, and provocative with an air of mystery. His work has been exhibited across the country and been featured in magazines and websites, received art grants, a fashion award, and been selected for many juried exhibitions and festivals.

702 Shady Ln . david@daviddelara.com . daviddelara.com

53.1g Artists & Studios




Edson Enriquez . Limbo Jewelry Design Pump Project Art Complex Sterling silver, 14K gold-fill, 3D printing I am trying to prove a point with my work. Things, shapes, and forms are beautiful already. We as designers do not need to add to them or drastically transform them. Our job is to simply enhance them and present them the right way


702 Shady Ln, Studio T . 512-994-6878 info@limbojewelry.com . limbojewelry.com

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Cheryl Finfrock . Pump Project Art Complex

Acrylic on claybord, scratchbord, encaustic, monotype on paper My current painting series, Secret Places, is a snapshot of recalled experiences – exploring the buried treasures of memory brought to life through human experience. Secret Places explores the cult of place, brought to life through recollected experience.


702 Shady Ln, Studio M . 512-426-9217 cherylfinfrock@gmail.com . cherylfinfrock.com

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Kristin Freeman . Pump Project Art Complex

Acrylic on wood, canvas I am a passionate individual and creating art is very emotional for me. Every piece communicates my admiration and love for life in this world stemming from my childlike day dreams and growing into concrete expressive visuals.


702 Shady Ln . kristin_freeman9@yahoo.com kristinfreemanillustration.com

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Brooke Gassiot . Pump Project Art Complex

Sculptural light boxes, installation In my current series of light boxes, layers of material are set in a deep wooden box with an internal light source. On occasion, I blow my miniature light box compositions up into room-sized installations, which surround the viewer and often include video projected onto sculptural objects.

702 Shady Ln . brooke.gassiot@gmail.com brookegassiot.com

53.1k Artists & Studios

Morgan Grasham . Pump Project Art Complex

Oil on canvas Morgan Grasham is a contemporary figurative painter using universal symbols for the vocabulary of her narratives. She displays easily observed, classically beautiful figures, juxtaposed with subtle victimization to provoke the viewer to deeper psychological exploration.

702 Shady Ln, Studio Q . info@morgangrasham.com morgangrasham.com

53.1l Artists & Studios

Soña Holman . Pump Project Art Complex

Paper and acrylic on wood, painting, drawing I get excited by the natural world- what’s going on inside & underneath the surface of things– biologically, energetically & in the psyche. My Paperworks use wood & drawings, freed from the geography of the page. Floating forms of paper, acrylic & woodburn reside on bare wood. Using tree, rock, sky, I explore the expanding energy & dynamic calm in nature, the eternal change that is life.

702 Shady Ln, Studio #0 . 415-246-3300 info@sonaholman.com . sonaholman.com

53.1m Artists & Studios




Nicole Jeffords . Pump Project Art Complex

Oil on board, canvas, paper In her years as a portrait artist, Nicole discovered that she was able to read a person’s hidden psychological and emotional patterns through studying their photo. Her new marketing website, artprofiler.com, combines these talents. A portrait on artprofiler.com means word about you and your business will spread very quickly.

702 Shady Ln, Studio L . 512-663-1147 nicole@artprofiler.com . artprofiler.com

53.1n Artists & Studios

Darvin Jones . Pump Project Art Complex

Acrylic on canvas Darvin Jones is a contemporary artist specializing in creating passionate and elegantly executed compositions with a clean graphic design appeal. Jones’ art emulates a modern graphic design aesthetic and is reflective of the natural design and chaos found in our everyday world. His work explores innocence, iconography, appropriation, ecology and the mass production of culture.

702 Shady Ln, Studio I . 512-905-8775 darvin@darvinjones.com . darvinjones.com

53.1o Artists & Studios

Maggie Kleinpeter . Pump Project Art Complex

Oil and mixed media on canvas, board My most recent paintings explore the relationship between the physicality of painting and memories of landscapes and sky.


702 Shady Ln . maggie@supermaggie.com maggiekleinpeter.com

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Kafka Lenton . Berlinetta Pump Project Art Complex Paint, paper, glue, found objects I paint. Actually I glue more than paint. I now call myself a ‘gluer’ not a painter. When I was young my dad used to install vinyl roofs on cars. Glue sniffer kids used to drop by his unit and ask to buy the glue. He never sold it to them, even if they offered him a lot of money. Maybe I am just using painting as an excuse to sniff glue again.

702 Shady Ln . 323-317-5380 kafkalenton@yahoo.com . kafkalenton.org

53.1q Artists & Studios

Phillip Nichols . Berlinetta Pump Project Art Complex Acrylic on canvas, ink, graphite I would love to do this forever, I don’t see how I couldn’t.

702 Shady Ln . 850-774-3509 phillipnichols83@gmail.com . philnichols.org

53.1r Artists & Studios

Landry McMeans . Pump Project Art Complex

Cardboard, acrylic Landry works with archival & reclaimed cardboard and acrylic paint to create abstract reliefs and landscapes of the American West.

702 Shady Ln . 512-573-6829 landry85@gmail.com . landrymcmeans.com

53.1s Artists & Studios




Michelle Rahbar . Pump Project Art Complex

Oil, mixed media on canvas, paper Nothing is truly forgotten, memories double the space of our existence. Through art I navigate my heart, creating disquieting narratives that explore the tenuous and dangerous nature of relationships and the interconnectedness of everything. I attempt to capture my emotional response to finding the cracks, holes and alterations in life that we all struggle with, facing an uncertain future.


702 Shady Ln . 512-905-2789 artmuscle@gmail.com . michellerahbar.com

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Haley Lebeuf . guest at Pump Project Art Complex

Silver, 14/20 gold fill, brass, 14k gold plated brass m o d e r n + f o r m + f u n c t i o n Haley Lebeuf Jewelry was born from a love of fashion and craft. Handcrafted in Austin from silver, gold-fill and 14k gold plated brass. The jewelry has a modern aesthetic and is comfortable to wear. Many pieces feature one-of-a-kind stones, such as the radiant druzy and electric chrysoprase. /hay-lee le-buff/


702 Shady Ln . 832-524-6460 info@haleylebeuf.com . haleylebeuf.com

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Austin ArtCo Group Show at Pump Project

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Austin Art Co (formerly Austin Art Connections) is happy to once again participate in EAST out of Nicole Jeffords’ studio at Pump Project Art Complex. We offer consultation services to art collectors, interior designers, architects and corporate clients. Our exhibit features work from Scott Ewen, Valerie Fowler, Jean Griffin, David Griffin, Michael Krone, Sarah St. Laurent and more‌


702 Shady Ln, Studio L . 512-786-8721 info@austinartco.com . austinartco.com





Philippe Klinefelter

Sculpture from metal, stone, wood This year, I will share progress documentation of “Lotus”, a collaborative project with Sunyong Chung, commissioned by the City of Austin Art In Public Places program. My portion of the project is the 7 vertical granite “lotus petals” and the fountain. The stones for the “petals” were repurposed from leftover pieces from a previous project, “Earth Fountain” (collection of Ft.Worth Public Art).

800 Gullett St . 512-389-1920 pksculptor@hotmail.com . philippeklinefelter.com

54.1 Artists & Studios

Sunyong Chung . Ginko Studios

Porcelain, mixed media During the tour, Philippe Klinefelter and I will share the progress documentation of “Lotus”, a collaborative project which was fabricated at our studios from March 2012 - August 2013, and is now installed at the new Asian American Resource Center on 8401 Cameron Road in east Austin. Mine is the floor tile portion of the project. This year, I will have Ginko functional work for purchase.

800 Gullet St . 512-389-1920 sunyongchung@sbcglobal.net . ginkopottery.com

54.2a Artists & Studios

John Christensen . guest at Ginko Studios

Wood, steel, bamboo, paper, ink, paint This is my first official inclusion in EAST. Thanks to Sunyong & Philippe. I’ll show recent screens that randomly organize a set of thematic motifs and that function as perceptual overlays or architectural membranes. My intent is disruptive and optimistic. I’ll show some images of water taken at scattered locations.

800 Gullett St . 512-462-3342 info@christensen-oko.com . christensen-oko.com

54.2b Artists & Studios




Colin McIntyre . guest at Ginko Studios

Forged steel, copper, stainless, silver Forging hot metal integrates an intense physical discipline with a beautiful moment of spontaneous artistic creation. The forms and objects that result are perfect records of the event. Every hammer blow, every physical manipulation is frozen into the metal. I strive to imbue a semblance of life in the material.


800 Gullett St . 512-479-9941 colin@sculptureforge.com . sculptureforge.com

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Melanie Schopper . guest at Ginko Studios

Glaze on slip-cast stoneware I strive for consistency in the form of functional ceramics.


800 Gullett St . m.schopper@gmail.com handmadeaustinwomen.com

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Molly Pennington . Nest . guest at Ginko Studios

Ink, charcoal, mixed media Molly Pennington’s aesthetic is defined by contrast, in particular black and white illustration. She meticulously uses lines and detailed patterns to express texture. Molly finds comfort in using ink and charcoal and is currently experimenting with other forms of media. Her current series depicts fanciful subjects by pairing whimsical texture against her organic themed creations.


800 Gullett St . pennington.molly@gmail.com

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Valerie Wolf . Nest . guest at Ginko Studios

Florals, mixed media Valerie Wolf transforms spaces into beautiful, livable environments by implementing her skills of floral, event and interior design. Her unexpected use of color and texture evoke a sense of feminism and delicacy through whimsical, nature-inspired creations. At the core of her design process lays thorough attention to detail and a passion for bringing one’s vision into reality.

800 Gullett St . valerielwolf@gmail.com

54.2f Artists & Studios

Federico Archuleta . Graffiti Western

Aerosol, acrylic, mixed media Graffiti Western is the home studio of Federico Archuleta. Austinites know him as Fe De Rico, and his graffiti stencil murals have been part of the city’s landscape for over 10 years. Inspired by love, laughter, and music, his tex-mex-sexy style captures what Austin sounds like.

4609 Lyons Rd . 512-470-4166 federicoarchuleta@gmail.com . graffitiwestern.com

55a Artists & Studios

Lucero Archuleta . Lucero Archuleta Photography

Digital photography, fashion In this exhibit women are viewed as individual moons inspired by the Lunar cycle, which features 13 photographs of women who come from around the world and call Austin their home. The photography showcases the origins and richness of the mixed cultures in today’s creative women.

4609 Lyons Rd . 512-696-1101 archuleta.photography@gmail.com . luceroarchuleta.com

55b Artists & Studios




The Museum of Human Achievement

Less nightclub, more cult.

Do you believe in space?


202-538-2238 . juliana@themuseumofhumanachievement.com themuseumofhumanachievement.com


Jack King . Canopy

Oil on canvas, photo collage, wood, paper I am forever interested in issues of fluid intelligence and the influence of experience and memories on our perceptions. I paint with oil on canvas, to provoke impressions and ideas ranging from symbolism to neuroscience. I make shadow boxes, clean and simple, subtle, yet involved. My work is a body of visual interpretations of the mystery and beauty I find in the brain.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #102 . 512-796-9999 jackking@jackkingart.com . jackkingart.com

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Amanda Winkles . Canopy

Archival pigment prints on rag Curiosity fuels my work, which questions the confluence and boundaries between reality and illusion, human and environment. Which faculties do we use to sense these divisions? My photographs are indirect representations of moments when two or more realities come together.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #102 . 817-944-9954 amanda@amandawinkles.com . amandawinkles.tumblr.com

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Natalie Davis . Canoe . Canopy

Leatherwork Canoe is a modern leather goods line hand crafted by Natalie Davis in Austin, TX. Founded in 2009, we’re inspired by vintage work wear, well-worn boots, and Outlaw country music. Our line explores pattern through tooled, carved, burned, and hand dyed leather accessories, from jewelry to home wares. Canoe goods are crafted with a sartorial eye and workhorse materials to last a lifetime.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #104 . info@canoegoods.com canoegoods.com

57.1c Artists & Studios

Andrew Saldaña . Saldaña Art Studio . Canopy

Acrylic on canvas My work focuses on the human figure and I enjoy combining vibrant color and shapes into my art. My work is mainly figurative, but I like exploring other subjects. I work in a variety of media from acrylic to clay board. My work is inspired by the beauty and strength of the human figure, my heritage, family traditions and everything that touches my life.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #105 . 512-769-1954 info@andrewsaldana.com . andrewsaldana.com

57.1d Artists & Studios

Jamie Wade . Exponential Art . Canopy

Highfire ceramics Jamie Wade is a sculptor who uses Clay as her primary media. She enjoys creating playful works based on the persistence of life and role of community.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #106 exponentialart@hotmail.com . vesselsforthesoul.com

57.1e Artists & Studios




Jess Wade . Exponential Art . Canopy

Ceramic sculpture, painting Jess Wade presents oil paintings and ceramic sculptures charged with the spectacle and aftermath of human folly. Through acknowledging our collective strengths and weaknesses there is hope to balance out, if not superceed, our destructive and nullifying tendencies.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #106 jesswadeforcongress@hotmail.com . jesswadeforcongress.com

57.1f Artists & Studios

Jann Alexander . Austin Details Art + Photo . Canopy

Inkjet prints on archival media, oil, acrylic, pastel on canvas I’m an artist, photographer, designer and writer. As a fine art photographer and painter, I’ve found inspiration in Austin, Texas with my Vanishing Austin photography series and numerous other Austin-centric projects, Southwestern and Mexican influences, and the meeting of art with tech.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #107 . 512-630-0560 info@austindetailsart.com . austindetailsart.com

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Troy Allen . Canopy

Painting, drawing “Any creative endeavor is channeled, whether it be music or art or theoretical science. We have the capacity to tune in to energies and to convert them into reality for ourselves.” ~ Frank Alper If I’m channeling something when I draw, am I a vicarious mark making device? What difference is there between my mark and those made if I fabricate some surrogate body to make marks in place of my hand?


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #108 . 214-405-4417 troyaallen@gmail.com . troyallen.org

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Slash Orb 60 in. x 60 in. oil/linen

TRUMAN MARQUEZ Large scale works

Marquez Studio in Flatbed Press building, Suite 111, 2830 E. MLK Blvd. 78702 www.trumanmarquez.com (512) 413-8146

Daniel Arredondo . Canopy

Acrylic on canvas, gesso board My art includes “Figures” and “Landscapes” in a contemporary style, 50.00 to 1500.00. Figures series: People When Jesus Walked the Earth – Shepherds and Maidens. I’ve added Fisherman and soon Carpenters. Landscapes series: Below the Surface, View From Above, God Invented Distance and Color. I’ve added abstract landscapes that are in bright colors. Stop by and visit at my new studio.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #109 . 512-417-9285 arredondo_studio@yahoo.com . arredondoartstudio.com

57.1i Artists & Studios

Metropolitan Gallery . Canopy

Mixed media Metropolitan Gallery, a fine art consulting firm, has curated artwork collections both locally and nationwide for over two decades. Focusing on incorporating avant-garde talent, they not only surpass an aesthetic bar but build value with their clients’ collections. For a preview of their EAST featured artists, follow their updates on Facebook where you can also view their project portfolios.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #110 . 512-326-1611 info@metropolitangallery.net . metropolitangallery.net

57.1j Artists & Studios

Rebecca Bennett . Rebecca Bennett Artworks Canopy Oil on canvas, wood Using the sensual qualities of oil, I create layered abstractions which explore the dynamics of color, line, and texture. The paint and oil create jewels of sensual, layered, vibrant color which move on the canvas. My process is one in which the artist and the paint are equal partners negotiating the surface of the canvas as if the paint had animate qualities.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #111 . 512-923-0158 becky_bennett@swbell.net . rebeccabennettartworks.com

57.1k Artists & Studios




Priscilla Sage . guest of Rebecca Bennett . Canopy

Mylar fabric with acrylic glaze I am endlessly fascinated by color, form, and the relationships between them. Three-dimensional forms and color are complex phenomena and become more so when the forms start moving so that light plays on different surfaces. My sculptures are designed to move in air currents so the colors make that sensuous slide from convex to concave or turn from a cool exterior to a rich vibrant interior.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #111 . pksage@iastate.edu www.public.iastate.edu/~pksage/design/about.html

Artists & Studios

Keva Richardson . Canopy

Acrylic ink on panel board, acrylic on paper I find inspiration for my work while pursuing my favorite pastime – taking long drives and getting lost in them. There is something about driving on a long stretch of a dirt road or on the meandering streets of the city which gives me space to observe, discover, meditate, and formulate ideas. My art represents what I pick up, take in, and reinterpret from these journeys.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #116 . kevarue@gmail.com kevarichardson.com

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Sarah Wymer . Studio SloMo . Canopy

Ink on paper Printing, especially on a Vandercook letterpress, allows for a beautiful collaboration between human skill and mechanized precision. The inconsistencies of both enhance the final product. In theory, printing allows you to make identical copies of one image but, in reality, each piece ends up being uniquely different from the one before or after it. The process is always teaching me something.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #117 . hello@studioslomo.com studioslomo.com

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Jaelah Kuehmichel . Jaelah Fine Art & Design Canopy Mixed Media, web print logo design My artistic process is a cathartic one. It’s a way for me to cleanse myself of anxiety, let my imagination run wild, play with possibility, renew my spiritual ideals, explore relationships, and gain insight into my own unconscious drives, fears, and impulses. I lose myself in the process; I find myself, again and again, in the product.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #121 . 512-650-7726 jaelahfad@gmail.com . jaelahfad.com

57.1o Artists & Studios

Melissa Borrell . Canopy

Stainless steel, mylar, laser-cut wood, silver, gold, rubber Blurring the lines between art, craft, design and architecture is my ongoing artistic goal. I use a variety of techniques, tools and materials to create jewelry, sculpture, and designs for living spaces that challenge expectations about how we perceive and interact with the world around us. These designs articulate my ideas and communicate them to the world.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #124 . 512-507-4545 me@melissaborrell.com . melissaborrell.com

57.1p Artists & Studios

Inés Batlló . Canopy

Encaustic, oil on canvas, panel This exhibit is representative of my last two years’ work. I have been painting combining encaustic with oil. I use heat to melt the beeswax in order to create transparent layers, which the light travels through. The intent of my work is to, with care and affection, collaborate to restore harmony. This body of work describes the essence and forces of nature... it is after all about life!

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #125 . 512-699-0875 ibatllo@gmail.com . inespaintings.com

57.1q Artists & Studios




Cari Washburn . Canopy

Encaustic, mixed media, sculptural ceramics Most recently I have been combining my three-dimensional ceramic work with my encaustic paintings. I have also been incorporating the use of ceramic masks in my work as symbols of the different roles that we all have to maintain within our own everyday lives. My work, which is often whimsical in nature, serves as a playful reminder to nurture the inner child that lives within each of us.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #125 . 4firegirl@gmail.com

Artists & Studios

James Tisdale . guest of Cari Washburn . Canopy

Ceramic sculpture, multi-fired glazes My work is a study of my place in the world through the influences of growing up in a devout rural family in Mississippi. It was a place of beauty and harsh ugliness. A study of what is deemed beautiful to one, often differs from another. Beauty can be discovered in many places, especially in the “socially’ unaccepted, if one takes the time to look past the surface.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #125 . 512-644-5495 jtisdale@thecontemporaryaustin.org . jamestisdale.com

Artists & Studios

Emily Galusha . e.e.g. creative . Canopy

Pen and ink, graphite, found antique materials, nature, pastel The pistols & South/Western-inspired illustrations & mixed media work began with the intention of presenting the feel of family history. The work has since been influenced by daily experience and travel. I take something as I leave each place... rich, rustic colors from Wyoming, cactus from Arizona, the smell of hay from Arkansas. Alongside daily experience I gather my own collective – my history.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #126 . 501-920-8816 eegcreative@gmail.com . eegcreative.com

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Scott David Gordon . Canopy

Photography Scott works at the organic farm Johnson’s Backyard Garden as their photographer, which has given him access to the raw material for his latest series of macro abstracts called Organic, gorgeous images of plants, water, and soil. Scott’s inaugural book of photography, available now, is a collection of photos he took with his iPhone the last two years of his life in NYC before moving back to Austin.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #126 . 512-470-1574 scott@sdgordon.com . scottdavidgordon.com

57.1u Artists & Studios

Flip Solomon . Canopy

Pen and ink on paper, acrylic on cedar, wax on eggs My work from the past decade is closely tied in with my narcolepsy. I try to cultivate the teetering, in-between states of sleepiness and wakefulness into inspiration for my pieces. I also work strongly from my very vivid dreams, which are filled with texture, animals, oddities, architecture and antiques from my youth.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #201 . flipsolomon@yahoo.com flipsolomon.com

57.1v Artists & Studios

William Knopp & Jessica Tata . Son of a Sailor Canopy Brass, leather, glass and ceramic beads, wood, paint William Knopp + Jessica Tata are the husband and wife team behind Son of a Sailor Jewelry + Supply. The birth of the brand is inextricably tied to their own relationship--when they first met and began designing together, Son of a Sailor was the organic result. With an emphasis on bold color and geometry, they strive for the convergence of innovation, functionality, and storytelling in their work.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #202 . 512-765-4495 hi.there@sonofasailorjewelry.com . sonofasailorjewelry.com

57.1w Artists & Studios




Diego Osio . BILLY . Canopy

Oil paint on canvas, wood panels, graphite, ink on paper I am a contemporary artist that uses oil to portray my ideas on canvas. My art generally comes from images in my head that I would love for other people to be able to see as well. Visually striking images promote creativity and critical thinking, which I feel are very important in everybody’s day to day life. Without them, life is plain and boring.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #204 . 512-779-9710 diego.osio49@gmail.com

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Terri McGee . Terri McGee Art . Canopy

Acrylic on canvas, mixed media, wood, clay, gemstones, fabric I paint mostly with acrylic, but sometimes integrate materials like clay, fabric, gem stones, and other media. I’m fascinated with the intuitive and transformational journey I experience while painting, and enjoy offering the work that emerges. I recognize the benefit of the creative process itself, therefore, I also offer Creativity Workshops for adults who may not have prior art experience.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #206 . 512-763-0278 terri@terrimcgeeart.com . terrimcgeeart.com

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Steven Glicker . guest of Terri McGee . Canopy

Archival prints on paper Vibrant colors, textures and movement draw my attention as well as images reminiscent of higher truth, beauty and inspiration. With a blank slate formed from calmness, humility and gratitude I allow the world to reveal itself from its pallet. At times it is as though I am directed to take a picture, or to use a picture I had taken in an unexpected way. It is a process of surprise and wonder.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #206 . steven@stevenglicker.com stevenglicker.com

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Mark Goodman . Wildfire Studio . Canopy

Photographs on paper Mark Goodman’s photographs were published in Aperture 19:4 (1975) and exhibited at the George Eastman House (Rochester) and the Museum of Modern Art (New York). The Village Voice selected his book, A Kind of History. Millerton, New York 1971-1991, as one of the top ten photography books of 2000. During the last decade, he has produced over a dozen deluxe limited edition books and portfolios.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #207 . 512-897-9642 wildfirestudiocanopy@gmail.com . markerbooks.com

57.1aa Artists & Studios

Patricia Siegel . Canopy

Oil on board and canvas, photography I am infatuated with painting and photography, but I am constantly flirting with other mediums and forms of expression. I work in oils and I shoot 35mm and medium format black and white film. I believe that art has become not only an instrument that provokes thought but a force that sustains us.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #208 . 512-560-4223 patriciasiegel2@mac.com . patriciasiegelstudio.com

57.1bb Artists & Studios

Matt Garcia . Matt Garcia Design . Canopy

Pen, graphite, graph paper, digital drawing A contemporary residential architecture practice exploring the intimate relationships between nature, light and a sense of place.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #209 . 210-861-0978 mattgarciadesign@gmail.com . mattgarciadesign.com

57.1cc Artists & Studios




Lynne Brotman . Lynne Brotman Fiber Art . Canopy

Dyeing, screen printing, mark making on a variety of fibers I work to incorporate ancient and current symbols while developing personal symbology. Building layers of rich color through dyeing, manipulating, printing and mark-making on a variety of fibers, lends itself to creating images that capture humankind’s cultural heritage. My vision is to give voice to our stories and experiences through the image and tactile medium of fiber.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #213 . 201-315-9110 lcbrotman1234@gmail.com . lynnebrotmanfiberart.com

Artists & Studios

Rebecca Rothfus . Canopy

Graphite, gouache, cut paper In my current body of work I am exploring abstract imagery drawn from mineral and rock formations. When examined closely, these crystal structures, though naturally derived, have the look and feel of engineered objects. They appear to be miniature landscapes of their own; microscopic drafts of what came before or perhaps even a glimpse into our future.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #215 . rebeccarothfus.com

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Susan Bell . Canopy

Clay I love to open a new bag of wet clay. It smells like the sweet earth and endless possibilities. Inside one might find a coffee cup or a bear riding a unicycle and sipping lemonade. I usually find animals with stories about the most current of events and the oldest of truths.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #216 . susanbellclayart@gmail.com susanbellclayart.com

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Carol Hirsh . Cone 10 Clay and Jewelry . Canopy

Clay, metal, glass Jewelry classes caught my eye at the community college where I worked and I began to learn the skills of fabricating with metal and semiprecious and the lost wax method. Soon after, I discovered clay. My interest soared and I was soon up to my elbows in wet earth every weekend. Today I move from clay to jewelry and back again to keep my creative juices flowing.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #216 . 512-636-2672 chirsh7@earthlink.net . cone10studio.com

57.1gg Artists & Studios

Carolyn Kimball . Canopy

Printmaking, etching, monotype, relief prints I create layered landscapes that evoke the history and memory of place. My recent work is based on travels in the Middle East, where competing historical narratives and cultural memories shape modern life. These works portray a shared landscape, repeatedly divided, and the beauty of a land we only hear about in terms of turmoil. Beneath the divisions we construct, lies common human experience.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #218 . kimballprints@gmail.com carolynkimball.com

57.1hh Artists & Studios

Michelle Traughber The Rosarium School of Arts and Magic . Canopy Oil on canvas, wood, acrylic on canvas, glass, graphite on paper, ink As a child I admired the Masters, who used the gift of sight to electrify a painting with Life’s essence. From realism to caricature, I explore the human form in a moment of confrontation with itself, surroundings, or viewer – an engagement with life. Through The Rosarium School of Arts and Magic, I now help others discover what it means to be alive by sharing their artistic sight with the world.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #219 . 512-317-5241 rosariumarts@gmail.com . rosariumarts.com

57.1ii Artists & Studios




Hollis Hammonds . Canopy

Charcoal, litho crayon, wood veneer, found materials Exploring consumerist culture through evidence of accumulation, hoarding and collecting, piles of buildings, chairs and trash permeate the works of Hollis Hammonds. Ranging from documentary studies of storms and storm damage to sculptural wall drawings of crashing waves, her works often illustrate imaginary piles of debris left after fictional natural and man-made disasters.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #220 . 512-565-9392 hollis.hammonds@mac.com . hollishammonds.com

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Stephen Connor . Canopy

Oil on paper and panel, digital prints, video projection Stephen Connor’s current period of work is a form of Lyrical Abstraction. He suggests viewers not look for reference to specific imagery, but to open to their own formless spirit of awareness, reflected in the art. The Lyrical Abstractionist creates art in minimal formats that can be mutated or elaborated. It reflects inner states, without representation; a statement of what is, in a moment.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #221 . 512-922-2049 deep4d@gmail.com . stephenpaulconnor.com

Artists & Studios

Peggy Weiss . Canopy

Acrylic on canvas, photographic prints As a photographer and collage artist, new techniques and technologies allow me to fulfill my desire to create stories that bridge the divide between memory and make-believe. Sometimes my construct is playful and light; at other times it is dark, foreboding, and otherworldly. Resonating in each image is an awareness of possibilities.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #226 . 512-799-9294 peggy@peggyweiss.com . peggyweiss.com

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Chun Hui Pak . Canopy

Oil on canvas, mixed media collage I create oil paintings, drawings, collage, and prints by interpreting origami paper folds of various subjects. I have created many complex fold sequences using oil on canvas enlargements as my main interpretive medium. Viewers perceive the artwork I create as stretched, pulsating, elastic, warped and topographic. Often viewers see my artwork as three-dimensional when it is actually a flat panel.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1. #118 . 254-681-9780 chunhuipak@yahoo.com . chunhuipak.com

57.1mm Artists & Studios

Keith Kreeger . Keith Kreeger Studios, LLC . Canopy

Porcelain I make beautiful things because I think the objects we use on a daily basis are as important as what they hold. I think that a meal you’ve spent hours putting together for your friends calls for dinnerware crafted with the same care. I think flowers picked fresh from your garden look better in a vase you’ve picked as well. I think you deserve to know the maker of the objects you use every day.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #104 . 512-522-0774 info@keithkreeger.com . keithkreeger.com

57.1nn Artists & Studios

Eliana Bernard . guest of Keith Kreeger . Canopy

Ceramics Using slip to create fragments of delicate tangled lines combined with a smooth clay surface, I construct pieces that merge fragility with solidity. These fragments of lines and patterns are layered in an intentional, yet uncontrollable manner making each piece one of a kind. This collection of handmade ceramics contains dinnerware and decorative pieces.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #104 . eliana.bernard@gmail.com

57.1oo Artists & Studios




The Whitebox Studio . Canopy

Photography The Whitebox Studio is a multi-disciplinary coworking studio space in East Austin. The studio is in a wonderfully renovated former Goodwill warehouse that serves as the home for many artists and creative businesses. Currently the studio is the home of 7 photographers ranging in styles. Whatever your need we have someone to fit.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #105 . 512-565-7638 info@thewhitebox.us . thewhiteboxstudio.com

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Big Medium Gallery at Canopy Ricardo Paniagua: Hard Edge In Da Paint 11/16 & 11/17 11am-6pm Ricardo Paniagua takes a meticulous approach to sculptural forms that push the boundaries of geometric art. “Hard in the paint� refers to attempting to score from the aggressively contested area around a basketball hoop. Scoring from this area requires strength, conviction, and skill; an ethos Paniagua connects to his studio practice.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #101 . 512-939-6665 info@bigmedium.org . bigmedium.org


Big Medium Gallery at Canopy Rino Pizzi: transFIGURATION 11/23 & 11/24 11am-6pm, Reception: 11/22: 7-9pm transFIGURATION is a visual arts collaborative project that includes elements of performance and a series of reflections on identity, authorship, memory, and ritual in art production. It is based on a concept developed by photographer Rino Pizzi in collaboration with twelve artists. Exhibition runs from November 22, 2013 to January, 2014.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #101 . 512-939-6665 info@bigmedium.org . bigmedium.org





IEI Austin Gallery . Canopy

Featuring Brittany Watkins I am transforming, reinventing, and silencing the original functions and residues of past experiences from the detritus. Allowing new systems of logic to rise from the discarded and obsolete materials in order to create tactile sculptures that navigate through time and space. I am using strategies of anthropomorphism and personification to extract the personal histories of the discarded materials.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #106 . 509-947-4472 brittany@bwatkinsstudio.com . bwatkinsstudio.com

57.3 Exhibitions

Slick: A Response to the Gulf Spill

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm San Antonio artist, Sabra Booth, presents a new installation of prints and a stop motion animation in a 1964 Streamline RV. Through satire, the project examines the possible effects of the BP oil spill on the Gulf Coast. Proceeds from sales of the animation DVD will partially go to non-profit environmental organizations. Images from the project are at http://sabrabooth.com/gallery.php?cat=Slick

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #101 . sabrabooth@sbcglobal.net sabrabooth.com

57.4 Happenings

Gert Johan Manschot at Invenio Studio . Canopy

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Gert Johan Manschot immigrated to Texas from the Netherlands in 2007 after a career in law and management consultancy, started painting in 2009, moved to Austin in 2012. His art is predominantly in black and white, unpremeditated, expressing energy experienced in the moment of making. His techniques and painterly attitude are related to the ‘no-mind’ approach of Zen calligraphers and painters.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #107 . 682-560-1826 g.j.manschot@mac.com . manschot-art.com

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EAST weekends: 11am-6pm, On view 11/9-12/1, Reception: 11/16: 3-6pm Join us for a juried group exhibition of artwork inspired by insects and entomology, featuring local and international artists. ECLOSION – the act of an insect emerging from its pupal case – symbolizes our transformation from pop-up space to brickand-mortar gallery! Art.Science.Gallery. specializes in science-related artwork, letting you explore the natural sciences through visual art.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 3 . 512-522-8278 info@artsciencegallery.com . artsciencegallery.com


Blue Genie Art Industries

Mixed media custom fabrication Blue Genie Art is a maker-based custom Design + Build studio that has extensive experience in fabricating the complex, the unusual, and the grand. In our 15 years of business we have helped realize the creative concepts of architects, designers, museums and artists alike.


916 Springdale Rd, Bld 4 Ste 102 . 512-444-6655 sales@bluegenieart.com . bluegenieart.com

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Blue Genie Danger Derby

11/23: 7pm-11pm, Afterparty at Gourmands: 11pm-2am Come join us on Nov. 23rd for the 2nd annual DANGER DERBY! It is a “no-rules” pinewood derby race that features a 120’ long, 18’ tall race track with a myriad of extreme dangers (fire included). There’ll be plenty of drinks, food, art, music, and best of all, you can participate! Pick up your derby kit ($20) during the first weekend of EAST and enter for a chance to win glory and one sweet trophy.


916 Springdale Rd, Bld 4 Ste 102 . 512-444-6655 info@bluegenieart.com . bluegenieart.com





Austin Working Artists Group Show hosted by Getaway Motor Club EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Featuring AWA Alum Brenda Armistead, Kristi Lippincott, Diane Jimenez, David Swantner, Michael Wilson, Chaz Chapot, Ryan Melshenker, Patricia Collins-Perkey, Sardo, Stephanie Sterling, Holly Singer, Luisa Gil, Jeremy Pantoja, Kathi Herrin, Kristy McKinney, Raquel Cordon, Jan Pomeroy, Matthew Warren, Kelly Marshall, Quinn, Christy Stallop, Matchi, Jane Lupia, Keri Anderson, Jason Matthews.

3700 Thompson St . 512-825-3261 tricktop@gmail.com . austinworkingartists.com

58 Happenings

Austin Public Library - Willie Mae Kirk Branch

Mimi Curry Most of my work is a moment caught in time in Southeast Asia through photography. My favorite subject is devotion, whether that devotion serves or takes away. I love showing humanity and culture as it is, giving the viewer a sense of connectedness through capturing global emotions.

3101 Oak Springs Dr . 512-298-7214 . mimi@beradiantbliss. com . beradiantbliss.com

59 Exhibitions

John Mulvany

Acrylic, ink, on panel, paper There are several strands in my work originating from various points in history, art and ancient and contemporary cultures. In my paintings I try to draw parallels between ancient superstitious ideas on how the world, nature and the universe work and our own time.

3401 Govalle Ave . 512-203-4102 jwmulvany@gmail.com . johnmulvany.com

60 Artists & Studios




Jessica Erickson & Jason McDonald

Mixed media on canvas paintings, slingshots and boomerangs


3105 Stokes Dr . jgwyn22@aol.com jessicaerickson.webs.com

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Test Tube

Cayton/Hyland: Fantastical Landscapes Test Tube provides a nurturing space committed to the advancement of the arts through both the development and presentation of new ideas. We exhibit works from emerging artists in a unique and experimental space nestled in a lush garden.


801 Tillery St . 512-302-4484 andreahylandcurate@gmail.com



Featuring Judibeth Hunter & Jet H A O M A is a 1961 vintage Avion trailer located inside Tillery Park. The trailer and surrounding 30x30’+ area are Gallery and Exhibition space. This year H A O M A will be featuring various global/local artists. There will be altars and curated spaces incorporating: indigenous goods, ceremonial items, natural elements, paintings, textiles and photos.


801 Tillery St . 210-872-8370 tierraarbolita@gmail.com . h.a.o.m.a.com





InYoung Yeo: Framing Reality

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm This project brings art to public by simply framing found objects within us and our urban landscape. The 2 piece, multi-dimensional, changing and moving installation, ‘I’ and ‘Society’, frames a part of East Austin containing visual chaos. This is to provoke multi-dimensional observations and thoughts on the urban life style we reside in by interacting with viewer, landscape and installation.

801 Tillery St . 323-229-2308 yeo.inyoung@gmail.com . inyoungyeo.com

62.3 Happenings

Atelier 3-D Sculpture Studio

Ceramics, bronze, aluminum, glass, stone Atelier 3-D Sculpture Studio features the work of artists Steve Dubov and Heather Tolleson and multi-media creations from their talented students. The studio boasts a foundry, kilns, tools, worktables, and offers classes and workshops for creating sculpture in clay, wood, stone, metals and all molding processes, as well as the only “hands on” bronze casting in Austin.

701 Tillery St, Ste A-12 . 512-385-1115 steve@atelier3-d.com . atelier3-d.com

63.1a Artists & Studios

James Hoeffner . Atelier 3-D

Photography James Hoeffner has been seriously exploring photography for over 15 years. His website provides insights to the man and his work.

701 Tillery St, Ste A-12 . 512-799-2840 jhoeffner@earthlink.net . hoeffner.us

63.1b Artists & Studios




Barry DeCola & Alexandra Eusebi . DeCola & Eusebi Studio/Gallery . Tillery Street Bread Factory Stained, leaded glass Artisans Barry DeCola & Alexandra Eusebi have over 30 years of combined glass experience producing unique stained/leaded glass windows and doors. With backgrounds in art, engineering, and design, they specialize in creating distinctive art glass that is compatible with the needs of their clients and the architecture/ genre of the home. One of a kind works are on display at their studio/showroom.


701 Tillery St, Ste A-11 . 512-389-2266 decola@earthlink.net . decola-eusebi.com

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Jeff McGlew

Steel, glass, wood, stone I create custom furniture and Architectural elements, working closely with clients to create pieces that are beautiful and designed to enhance their environment.


701 Tillery St . 512-832-1414 . jeffmcg@sbcglobal.net

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Norman Bean . guest of Jeff McGlew

Graphite on paper Original fine art graphite on paper drawings of people, places and things seen in Italy 2008 to 2013. Matted and framed for display, original art work image sizes range from 13” x 9” to 20” x 15”; Giclee and poster prints up to 36” x 24”.


701 Tillery St . 512-775-3102 normanbean3102@gmail.com . normanbeanfineart.com

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Mychal Mitchell . iona handcrafted books The Bread Factory Hand-stitched leather journals and photo albums iona handcrafted books is a 20 year old studio that specializes in serious oldschool book makin’. We only do books, and we only do heirloom-quality. Our latest obsession incorporates eastlake architectural hardware, ice-box hinges, and vintage padlocks Come check us out! We’ll have live music over here, 3 amazing guest artists, and as usual, we’ll be baking up some dang tasty cookies as well!

701 Tillery St, #B3 . 512-247-4700 mychal@ionahandcraftedbooks.com . ionahandcraftedbooks.com

63.4a Artists & Studios

Alejandra Almuelle . guest at iona handcrafted books

Hand-built ceramics I simply LOVE working with clay.

701 Tillery St, #B3 . 512-263-3350 alejandra.almuelle@gmail.com

63.4b Artists & Studios

Nicole Long . guest at iona handcrafted books

Found objects, boxes, botanicals, collage, paint Being intrigued by the environmental control inherent in large scale installation art, but pursuing a more portable solution, the diorama presented itself. This compact version is a practical and less fleeting, though no less transportive alternative. Odds and ends found dusty and inviting in junk stores across the country are repurposed and arranged as the focus of miniature imaginary landscapes.

701 Tillery St, #B3 . snailbird@yahoo.com

63.4c Artists & Studios




Gwendolyn Rice . guest at iona handcrafted books

Letterpress printing on fine paper and vintage book pages Original art from Horsemuffin, letterpress printed on fine paper and vintage book pages. Come visit me at the iona handcrafted books studio, and you’ll find it filled with paper that is meant to be touched. Notecards, postcards, and framed/ frameable art to love sending or to love. You can be that friend who sends a real, and memorable, handwritten card!


701 Tillery St, #B3 . 512-799-6008 incharge@horsemuffin.com . horsemuffin.com

Artists & Studios

John Swanger

Painting, mixed media I make process based, abstract works that explore various structures and qualities of life, experience and painting. Past shows include: In Los Angeles; Margo Leavin Gallery and Kiyo Higashi Gallery. In New York; John Weber Gallery and Galerie Lelong. Recent shows include; Texas Biennial 2009, City Hall, EAST and Arthouse 5x7s. My work is represented by French & Michigan Gallery, San Antonio.


701 Tillery St, Ste A-6 . 323-854-8497 jhswanger@gmail.com . johnswanger.org

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Traci Hutson at Tillery St. Plant Co.

Clay, pottery Ceramic art and objects for the home and garden. Slip cast in porcelain then reconfigured like Frankenstein’s monster.


701 Tillery St . tracihutsonart@gmail.com





Austin Creative Reuse

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Come participate in a craft project and learn about Austin Creative Reuse! We are a nonprofit organization that collects, sells, and distributes donated reusable materials. We would love to talk with anyone that is interested in helping a reuse center get started in Austin!

701 TIllery St . info@austincreativereuse.org austincreativereuse.org

63.7 Happenings

Leah B. Flippen . Castro House Collaborative

Oil on canvas, board, video, large format photography As a maker of symbolic investigations across a variety of media, Leah B. Flippen is dedicated to the pursuit and practice of a critical analytic aesthetics. Her works serve as hermeneutic equations for cultural awareness and critique of the impact of new technologies, sciences, and internet realities on the human condition as mediated through the canonical languages of material, myth and allegory.

3007 Castro St . 512-633-3185 . info@leahbflippen.com leahbflippen.com

64a Artists & Studios

Clayton Westmeier . guest of Leah B. Flippen

Photography, archival pigment print, video, oil on board, canvas As a transmedia artist questioning the trajectory of human cultural evolution, Clayton Smith Westmeier begins his aesthetic practice of material coding or translation from the conceptual standpoint that art, like life, is at its most profound when it can be aware and critical of itself while being capable of redefining the world in a way that is not dissimilar to that of philosophy or science.

3007 Castro St . clayton.s.westmeier@gmail.com binaryontology.com

64b Artists & Studios




Ben Labay & Adam Cohen . Inked Animal

Ink on paper The essence of the art of Gyotaku, we believe, can be expanded far beyond fish. We break out of the mold by applying the method to other animals. In addition to scaled animals, we’ve developed methods to print bones, feathers and fur – revealing the internal as well as the external anatomy – and attempting to simultaneously capture the corporeal as well as the spirit of the animals we print.


2209 New York Ave . 210-833-8520 info@inkedanimal.com . inkedanimal.com

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Anna Gieselman . Bee Amour Jewelry Studio

Sterling silver, bronze, gold, brass Native Austinite Anna Gieselman has been designing jewelry and selling to boutiques since 2000. Her latest work, Bee Amour Jewelry, is a bee centric line of unique hand crafted jewelry that is inspired by her adventures in backyard beekeeping. Through her creativity and craft she aspires to raise people’s awareness to the importance and magnificence of bees.


1710 New York Ave, Unit B . 512-203-7646 anna@beeamour.com . beeamour.com

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Kate Csillagi . guest of Anna Gieselman

Found object assemblage, watercolor I have always been an enthusiast of humorous, perverse, and fantastic situations. I am captivated by the narratives we carry around on our backs and in our guts. By transforming this clutter into supercharged assemblage or watercolor compositions, I work through my own interpersonal barriers. My latest work focuses on consumption, emotional jungles, and the holographic universe.


1710 New York Ave, Unit B . 979-216-8806 kcsillarose@gmail.com . vermillionand1.blogspot.com

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Rhonda Zoch

Oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed media on board, paper, canvas I get energized by pushing color and in an attempt to convey a visual commentary on the vastness of our universe and the predictability of nature’s unpredictability,. My paintings signify a sense of meditative calm amidst the raw cacophony and chaos of today’s world. Everything I create is infused with sparkling energy, and maybe a drop of herbal tea or tequila.

2113 Pennsylvania Ave . 512-547-7445 rhondazoch@gmail.com . rhondazoch.com

67 Artists & Studios

BELOW - An interactive installation Jacob Villanueva & Jeff Clarke EAST weekends: 5pm-8pm, Event: 11/16: 5pm-9pm “Below” is an installation using maps, public data and audience responsive feedback translated into a vivid display of LEDs. The installation is in the shape of the Boggy Creek Watershed and is intended to engage and bring awareness to the impact of our neighborhoods on local ecosystems. This project is commissioned by the City of Austin’s Art in Public Places TEMPO Program.

2307 Rosewood Ave, Boggy Creek Greenbelt info@thebelowproject.com . thebelowproject.com

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EAST weekends: 11am-6pm We are architects working to create an ongoing series of site-specific installations as a way to experiment with materials and to explore spatial concepts unencumbered by the rigors of the profession. Our current piece (commissioned by the City of Austin’s Art in Public Places TEMPO Program) consists of a series of translucent, inhabitable volumes created by wrapping a thin membrane throughout a repeating grid of concrete columns.

1114 Nile St, Boggy Creek Park . masonleland@gmail.com joelnolandesign.com

69 Happenings




Gourmands East Side Portrait Project

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm On Nov 16-17 and 23-24, Gourmands will host an all day portrait session. Photographer Jim Shea will selectively draw his subjects from Gourmands customers to create the beginnings of a visual record reflecting the diversity of the people who live in, and visit, the Eastside. The images will be exhibited in the restaurant sometime after the 24th.


2316 Webberville Rd . 512-554-2620 gourmandsatx@gmail.com . lovethysandwich.com


Art at The Old Gamboa Grocery Store

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm The space for this exhibit is an old neighborhood grocery dating to the 1930’s which has recently been remodeled. My paintings are mostly abstracts, acrylic on canvas. They reflect my love of bold primary colors or simple grey and black. My true love is portraiture on canvas and plywood. I eschew photo-realism in favor of a representational insight into the individual.


2315 E 8th St . romarth.zornes@yahoo.com



Multiple media A diverse loose knit collective of people with different skills and mediums showing under one roof for EAST. Kind of like Voltron, but with art. and no robots.


2111 E 8th St . et_rocksdahouse8@yahoo.com

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9th Street Tinkering/Art Oasis: For Kids!

EAST weekends: 12pm-4pm The 9th Street Schoolhouse, an active learning environment in East Austin that inspires the search for meaningful work, joy, and connection, in collaboration with the Austin Tinkering School, a place where kids are given space to design, build, and create, will offer an experiential kid art oasis, with mentors on hand to guide. Students will also be displaying their own original art.

2006 E 9th St . 512-529-6378 caitlin.macklin@gmail.com . 9thstreetschoolhouse.org

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Daniel Burns

Oil on canvas Painting is my way of articulating and sharing, the experience of living. The people, places and things I encounter on a daily basis are the inspiration for my work; the experience of being in a given place at a given time, of paying attention to momentary nuances and changes - now the sun shifts, the wind rises and shadows lengthen, colors deepen - is at the heart of what I do and why I do it.

1916 E 8th St . daniel@burnsart.com . burnsart.com

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Alonso Rey

Oil on canvas In my journey through painting, I have finally found the building with hundreds of rooms for which i had been looking. It would be impossible to open all of them in one lifetime, so the pleasure of learning humans behaviors and the process of growing is unstoppable.

1131 Leona St . 512-791-4485 amoralarte67@gmail.com . absolutearts.com/amoralarte

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Little east

11/16: 11am-3pm “Little east” is a collaborative arts exhibition at Blackshear Elementary featuring student artwork from AISD schools around the East Austin area. Artworks span a variety of media and topics. Exhibition viewers are encouraged to bring their smartphones for an interactive QR code experience. Come out and stop by Blackshear to see what East Austin student artists have to offer!


1712 E 11th St . 512-414-2021 . elisabeth.healey@austinisd.org


kollektívKino Raymond Uhlir, Kevin Parks-Hauser & Lauren Klotzman EAST weekends: 11am-6pm kollektívKino is both a sculptural installation and a film series. The film series features a new curator-artist (all affiliated with host venue Rosewood Collective) each day until the fourth/final day, wherein all artist-curators curate collaboratively as a trio. Themes addressed include pop-cultural iconography, the music video, utopia/dystopia, technological obsolescence, and anti-architecture.


1223 Rosewood Ave . rosewoodcollectiveaustin@gmail.com rosewoodcollective.com


New Work : Soma Vida

EAST weekends: 11pm-6pm, Opening reception: 11/16: 6pm-8pm The collaborative photography exhibit at Soma Vida will feature work from returning artists Milli Apelgren, Susan Beth, Kristin Farwell, David Huebel, Tony Johnson, Dan Noack, and Sarah Throop. Images shown explore a wide range of vision, spanning from American Vignettes to Haiti, Italy to Mexico, Texas to the Rocky Mountains. Techniques include film, digital and alternative process.


1210 Rosewood Ave . 512-628-1580 info@somavida.net . somavida.net





Tiny Park

Nick Brown: Still Life, Nocturne Tiny Park presents contemporary art exhibitions, readings, performances, and film screenings by local and national artists. Tiny Park also collaborates with guest curators and outside organizations to present conceptually and aesthetically diverse works. During EAST 2013 we will present an exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Nick Brown.

1101 Navasota St, Ste 2 . 512-809-3242 contact@tinyparkgallery.com . tinyparkgallery.com

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Art Therapy Austin

11/17: 11am-6pm Art Therapy, Art Studio & Exibitions; Art Therapy Austin strives to bring balance and prosperity through a creative community. The gallery presents contemporary art in all media, including a percentage of the proceeds on selected works benefiting East side neighborhood community non-profits. Owner, Deanna Miesch presents new work and guest artists Brooke Mackenzie and Christine Olejniczak.

1200 E 11th St, #109 . 512-699-4811 . arttherapyaustin.com

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G.I.V.E. Gallery @ The Historic Victory Grill

EAST weekends: 11pm-6pm, Event: 11/17: 6pm-10pm Visit the Gallery in Victory East (G.I.V.E.) inside one of Austin’s most treasured cultural icons, the Historic Victory Grill. The visual exhibit utilizes the indoor, outdoor, and music venue space showing the artwork of 10 artists, as well as interactive art activities during both weekends. Music also planned in the evenings. View the schedule at capitolviewarts.org.

1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 . historicvictorygrill@gmail.com capitolviewarts.org

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Terry Barnes

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill As an award winning artist, Terry’s paintings capture the ambiance and feeling of his subject matter and strikes a balance between stark realism and the elements of God’s creation. His paintings reflect a strong emphasis on lighting and bold use of color representative of painters from the Impressionistic era. His abstract and more contemporary pieces reflect his admiration of modern artists.


1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 . terry@terrybarnesartist.com terrybarnesartist.com


CAN Academy

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill View student graffiti art from Austin CAN Academy at the Historic Victory Grill. ACA is a 501(c)(3) dropout recovery charter school for h.s. students who are seeking a non-traditional opportunity to earn a high school diploma. Art was implemented because it too compliments the learning environment by stimulating and developing imagination and critical thinking. Come and see the student’s artwork.


1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 . info@capitolviewarts.org capitolviewarts.org


Derrick Harris

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill For Derrick, his art is a reminder that he has been given a gift that should not be squandered even if no one sees it but him. Most of his pieces are images of heart and soul. The medium; acrylic, the story board; canvas, the images, selfexpression of what he sees every day and the inspiration; life, love and happiness from within, these are some of the motivation behind the eyes of the artist.


1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 info@capitolviewarts.org . capitolviewarts.org





Mo McMorrow

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill Mo McMorrow is both a visual artist and a singer-songwriter. Mo has a Master’s Degree in painting from Sydney, Australia. Her art and music joined hands in the project “Hangin’ on a Nail” which is both a song and a 4’ x 4’ collage. This colorful folk art/fine art hybrid was made in collaboration with adults and children from around the world.

1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 info@capitolviewarts.org . momcmorrow.com

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Bianca Neal

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill Bianca Neal is a visual artist. Her featured collection in EAST is a compilation entitled, Soul: The Human Condition. She has a love for the use of texture, contrast, spacing and lighting to tell visual stories. She enjoys juxtaposing raw materials with a refined style of art work. Bianca intertwines her enjoyment of photography and her visual imagination to create the art you see.

1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 info@capitolviewarts.org . capitolviewarts.org

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Lys Santamaria

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill Lys Santamaria, Colombian-Canadian-American bead embroidery artist, creates intricate art and jewelry using fabric, beads and thread. Lys creates the nuevo favela chic sexy out of beadwork, an artform normally defined by repetition and tradition. Her beadwork adorns earrings, necklaces, bracelets, sunglasses, and even lingerie. Lys’ new collection will debut this November.

1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 santamarialys@gmail.com . lysjewelry.com

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Dustin Schaible

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill Dustin developed a technique of beginning with the simplest of lines and using them as the seed of his painting. He builds off patterns he finds in the basic shapes and colors on the canvas and allows the painting to create itself while guiding it in a direction he finds interesting. Contrast of opposites appeal to him and implementing all sides of the spectrum can be found in his paintings.


1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 . teppla@gmail . teppla.com


A.J. Simon

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill A.J. Simon is a painter, printmaker, and assemblage artist. Her paintings and prints come from observation and from drawing everyday things such as shoes, boats and fish. These things are gradually transformed through sketches and drawings into a personal vocabulary of abstract shapes and forms. Writing and maps are important in her work and have been incorporated in her assemblage art.


1104 E 11th St . 512-291-6211 a.j.simonartist@gmail.com . ajsimonartist.com


Baron Wilson

Presented by Capitol View Arts at The Historic Victory Grill Baron produces artwork that utilizes a variety of mediums from graphite and colored pencil to watercolor, gouache, acrylic and oil paintings on paper and canvas. Subjects range from Texas regional landscapes, still life, abstract and Austin architectural landmarks. Highlights of Baron’s career include a commemorative montage painting that is on display in Dongying, the People’s Republic of China.


1104 E 11th St . 512-484-6065 info@capitolviewarts.org . capitolviewarts.org





Elvia Perrin Printmaking Exhibit at Take Heart

11/16 & 11/23: 11am-6pm, 11/17 & 11/24: 11am-5pm Take Heart is a boutique that offers a thoughtfully edited selection of modern, handmade and vintage objects for the home and person. Take Heart regularly features the works of several Austin artists year round. During EAST, Take Heart is excited to be exhibiting the work of East Austin artist, Elvia Perrin. Elvia’s work evokes a sense of familiarity and an appreciation of beauty in the ordinary.

1111 E 11th St, Ste 100 . 512-520-9664 nina@takeheartshop.com . takeheartshop.com

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Elton Woolsey

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm I use my sculpture to capture a fraction of how we as humans relate to our world – both physically and emotionally. The complexity of our social environment provides me the inspiration and desire to study, through sculpture, the dynamics of our human condition. And as in life, it is this social interconnectedness which gives these sculptures meaning.

1102 Olive St . 512-517-8960 eltonwoolsey@yahoo.com . manosycorazon.com

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TSOS in EAST Sculpture on the Grounds

EAST Weekends: 11am-6pm Texas Society of Sculptors, again this year, has installed several new sculptural pieces on the grounds of the French Legation Museum. This the weekends, the French Legation Museum and TSOS have made the available for tent and table show, sales and demonstrations of work by and 3D artists.

outdoor year, on grounds local 2D

802 San Marcos St . mary.morse@tsos.org . tsos.org

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John & Chris Gray . Clayworks Studio Gallery

Clay, glazes Clayworks Gallery is stocked with the decorative tiles, clay sconces and pottery that we’ve been making and firing in our East Sixth Street studio for the past 35 years. We’re always happy to show visitors around our shop during regular daily gallery hours, and we’ll be demonstrating our craft in the studio at intervals during the tour.


1209 E 6th St . 512-474-9551 clayworks@clayworks.net . clayworks.net

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Hops for HOPE: Art & Beer Bazaar

11/24: 12pm-9pm Join us Sunday Nov. 24th for the Hops for HOPE: Art & Beer Bazaar! Pairing art, design and culture with the beauty of beer in our annual HOPE Artist highlight show. 25 ARTISTS | 25 BEERS | STICKER & POSTER DESIGNS| ART SALES | MUSIC | FOOD | FRIENDS Celebrate CONNECTING CREATIVES WITH CAUSES on the last night of EAST at this event! RSVP: https://hopsforhope.splashthat.com/


1100 E 5th St . 512-814-5509 info@hopecampaign.org . hopecampaign.org


Reji Thomas . Graphic Glass Studios Pine Street Station Oil on canvas, glass, metal, stone Since 1979, artist Reji Thomas has produced nationally renowned etched glass and paintings at Pine Street Station. “Design proposes answers, while art presents questions. The inspirations are limitless. Elemental forces underlying my work offer a subliminal rite of passage through figurative and abstract manifestations. Accessing the sublime in art is always through the human element.”


1101 E 5th St . 512-496-3269 pinestreetstation@gmail.com . pinestreetstation.com

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COLLABnART . guest at Pine Street Station

Mixed media installation, digital media We’re an artist collective based in Austin, TX. We’re a team of artists who specialize in the aesthetics of video, sound, visual, lighting, and community projects. Through collaborative experimentation we aim to unify the artist and entrepreneur mindset. We challenge everyone, to embrace their artistic value in our global community. We make art happen. Challenge us.

1101 E 5th St . connect@collabnart.org . collabnart.org

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Jamie Rood . guest at Pine Street Station

Photographic art My artwork originates from an idea or something interesting I find in our environment. I am influenced by hiking in the wilderness, ambient music, and a spirit of exploration. I hope you will ‘feel something’ while enjoying my images. It may be a fond memory, or more complex emotion. Perhaps the color and texture just speak to you. In any event, I invite you to ‘explore’ and ‘get to know’ my work.

1101 E 5th St . 512-345-3468 . art@jmaierood.com jamierood.com

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Nellie Slayden . guest at Pine Street Station

Oil, acrylic, textural media on canvas Nellie Slayden is an abstract expressionist painter. She applies oil and/or acrylic paint and natural textural media (kosher salt, earth metals, sand) to medium to large scale canvas. Organic studies include abstract expressionist landscapes, seascapes, still lives and evocative portraits, inspired by Rothko, Newman, Tobey, and Pollock.

1101 E 5th St . 512-663-5700 nellieslayden@yahoo.com . nellieslayden.com

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TechShop . guest at Pine Street Station

Laser cut fabric, leather, wood TechShop is a playground for creativity in Round Rock, TX. Members utilize laser cutters, 3-D printers, a metal shop, electronics area, fiber arts area, woodshop, & community workspace & include artists, designers, sculptors, jewelry designers, engineers, inventors, and entrepreneurs. Our members can explore the world of making in a collaborative and creative environment.


1101 E 5th St . techshop.ws

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North Door Exhibition

EAST weekends: 1pm-6pm STAPLE! Live Art Show w/ NAKATOMI INC. DGL, Mad Gods, X Dang! PRO SHOP, Total Unicorn & Beatimprint. Falcon & Bear Friends: WHITE CHOCOLATE RAINBOW DESTROYER(ATX), TFO/Cozy Home Records. GLASS HOUSE EAST: Art Glass Expo. The Last Waltz: All star local cast in a reconstruction of the Martin Scorsese doc on The Band’s 1976 farewell performance. W/Jimmie Dale Gilmore Colin Gilmore and many more.


502 Brushy St . 512-791-7573 . mj@ndvenue.com ndvenue.com


Jennifer Chenoweth . Fisterra Studio

Mixed media I am interested in the unique hand of the artist, the visceral relationship of the art object to the maker and viewer of the art, and studio process. Art making is my primary spiritual action. My recent series of drawings, paintings, installations and sculptures titled “Sacred Space” addresses the index of our bodies in space and time. I play with every tool from a pencil to a plasma cutter.


1200 E 2nd St . 512-482-0747 info@fisterrastudio.com . fisterrastudio.com

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Emma Hadzi Antich . guest at Fisterra Studio

Acrylic on wood Emma Hadzi Antich uses medieval methods to depict the desires of the modern spirit. Frequently her paintings explore tensions within American culture: a love of freedom vs. the need for community; a celebration of science vs. a longing for transcendence; our increased power through technology vs. our inability to find satiety; and a search for beauty vs. an attachment to convenience and utility.

1200 E 2nd St . emma.hadziantich@gmail.com emmahadziantich.com

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Norman Hera . guest at Fisterra Studio

Prints from film, digital Norman Hera works as a freelance photographer and graphic designer in Erfurt, Germany and teaches photography among others at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena. Aside from several art exhibitions and publications, he was awarded the German FÖN Kunstpreis 2013 Special Award. Norman’s work concentrates not only on human aspects, the portrait and fashion design, but also on conceptual art.

1200 E 2nd St . norman@herabros.de . normanhera.de

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Katie Rose Pipkin . guest at Fisterra Studio

Pen and ink on paper, collage, web-based coding Katie Rose Pipkin is a visual artist working across media. Her work deals with fragments, remnants, memory, and detritus. Fundamentally, her work involves time, both on a micro- and macrocosmic scale. She makes drawings with her hands, the internet, and sometimes her words. She is interested in working along the fault lines.

1200 E 2nd St . katierosepipkin@gmail.com katierosepipkin.com

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Lee Webster . guest at Fisterra Studio

16mm film, video, ink Lee Webster paints directly on 16mm film to create abstract moving image pieces and kinetic collages of color and shape. For this year’s EAST she will be showing several looped films that use this animation technique as well as displaying some of the actual painted film to give viewers a chance to see the working materials in addition to the finished product. www.leewebster.com


1200 E 2nd St . 610-331-7045 . lee@leewebster.com leewebster.com

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Gluu Garden

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Painting, pigeons, music and Shakespeare come together on 2nd Street and Waller, sponsored by Gluu, an Austin tech startup. The event will feature work from artists Jean Pierre Verdijo, Katharine Turner Mays, Katie Kinzy and Caroline Breton. Special musical guests will be on hand Saturday November 23 after the tour closes.


1203A E 2nd St . 512-516-2413 . mike@gluu.or . gluu.org


Shakespeare for Kids by Kids

EAST weekends: 11pm-6pm screenings at Gluu Garden The ImprovEd Shakespeare Co. of youth players rehearses in a living room on the East side. We introduce Shakespeare’s stories to young audiences by incorporating a mix of modern narration and Shakespearean verse. For EAST, we bring you our family-friendly (and much shorter!) versions of “Hamlet” (on stage, EAST #103.3), as well as “Merchant of Venice” and “A Winter’s Tale” (on screen, EAST #90.2).


1203A E 2nd St . andee@kinzy.com facebook.com/improvedshakespeare





Javier Zamora . Brainstorm Coworking

Acrylic on canvas, acryic on wood, digital printing, pen, graphite Inspired by an idealized 21st Century future, my work explores emotion in characters that would not normally show it.

1000 E Cesar Chavez St . 830-591-3694 javier300023@yahoo.com

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Farewell Books

Andrew Laumann: A Foot In Wet Wool Farewell Books, founded in February 2013 and run by Travis Kent & Mikaylah Bowman, is a progressive bookshop and art gallery in the city of Austin, Texas. Artist Andrew Laumann’s exhibition ‘A Foot In Wet Wool’ opens November 2nd and runs through December 1st. Andrew Laumann was born in Baltimore, MD in the spring of 1987. This is his first exhibition in Texas.

913 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-473-2665 farewellbooks@gmail.com . farewellbookstore.com

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Austin Public Library - Terrazas Branch

Featuring Jennie Tudor Gray Jennie Tudor Gray is an artist and arts educator who is passionate about using community arts education as a method of social change. This is her third year installing an interactive Wish Tree outside the Terrazas Library. Please be sure to make a wish and tie it to the tree. This year, Jennie is pleased to present her students’ artwork from Ojeda Middle School in Del Valle ISD as well.

1105 E Cesar Chavez St . ms.jennie.gray@gmail.com jennietudorgray.com/home.html

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Javier Lopez Cantu Javier Lopez Cantu Artworkstudio Acrylic, gouache, oil, pastels My artwork is an excursion that allows me to explore the visual and emotional realms of my life.


81-B San Marcos St . 512-680-3308 jlc@javierlopezcantu.com . javierlopezcantu.com

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The Creative Arts Society: Pushing Boundaries

11/16 & 11/23: 11am-6pm The Creative Arts Society (CAS) is composed of artists from many different backgrounds, interpreting our world via many different mediums. Our exhibit for the East Studio Tour will share our attempts to “push our artistic boundaries”. Our exhibit schedule for East Studio Tour is: Saturday, November 16 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM and Saturday, November 23 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM


55 IH 35, Extend-A-Care Bldg . 512-826-7871 . mlkullgg@ gmail.com . creativeartssociety.org


Liliana Wilson . Liliana Wilson Art

Acrylic on canvas, drawings on paper I choose to paint or draw because there is nothing else I’d rather do.


1404 Canterbury St . 512-431-5658 lilianawilson@earthlink.net . lilianawilson.com

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Mo Gambill . Pritchel & Hardy

Precious metals, gemstones Mo Gambill has been making custom jewelry on Austin’s east side since 2003. He works closely with clients to design unique and individual wedding and engagement rings. He recently opened a new studio, Pritchel & Hardy, to build a line of modern, ready-to-wear jewelry for men and women. Each piece is handcrafted from precious metals and gems, artfully conceived, and built to last a lifetime.

1407-A E Cesar Chavez St . 512-767-8941 pritchelandhardy.com

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Wyatt McSpadden: Two Meat Plate AgavePrint hosts acclaimed photographer Wyatt McSpadden’s first solo exhibition, which offers visitors a taste of one of his favorite photographic subjects, Texas barbecue. For decades, McSpadden has been capturing the essence of the classic Texas BBQ joint: smoke-stained spaces, well-seasoned pits and the masters who tend them, and the product of their labors, fine smoked meats.

1312 E Cesar Chavez St . info@wyattmcspadden.com wyattmcspadden.com

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The Gallery at Lewis Carnegie Sean Carnegie, Craig Crutchfield, Bart Kibbe and Woody Welch Rough, Raw, Outdated & Unpopular In this age of highly temporary, very disposable imagery, the process of Polaroid photography reconnects us to the art of exposure and to our beloved, East Austin. Her people, architecture, history and junk—all dynamic subjects when seen through its quirky and imperfect lens. This year’s East Side series consists of over 100 images, on display and sale as original work and limited edition prints.

1312-B E Cesar Chavez St . 512-632-2669 hello@lewiscarnegie.com . lewiscarnegie.com

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Don Rock . Terror and Chaos Studios

Serigraphy, mixed media on wood, glass, paper, textile Expelled from art school at a young age, Don Rock has been screen-printing anything that will stand still since the early 1980’s. Don’s “guerrilla serigraphy” might be found anywhere: from punk-rock posters and tour shirts, political tees and bathroom walls, craft beer labels and tattoos to large-scale paintings and custom textile designs. Don and Leann Rock are co-creators at Chaos Card Company.


504 Onion St . chaoscardcompany@gmail.com chaoscardcompany.com

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Melissa Taylor Jenkins guest at Terror and Chaos Studios Hand-dyed eco-fabrics KATASTROPHIC is a small, independent fashion label creating imaginative, versatile clothing for creative dreamers. Each collection is designed and produced in small quantities in East Austin by designer Melissa Taylor Jenkins using hand dyed fabrics, including organic cotton jersey and fleece grown in the state of Texas.


504 Onion St . katastrophicdesign@gmail.com katastrophicclothing.com

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EMERGE - Spray Can Art Show at Hotel Vegas

11/23: Preview: 6pm-9pm, Event: 9pm-2am EMERGE is an annual spray can art show representing well-established artists from all over Texas as well as some fresh artists just emerging on the scene. In addition to the diverse styles of work on display in the gallery, EMERGE also features DJ’s, BBOYS, MC’s, and Live Painting! Curated by Nathan Nordstrom and Warren McKinney and produced by Art Seen Alliance. More info at artseenalliance.com


1500 E 6th St . 225-335-1956 info@artseenalliance.com . artseenalliance.com





Austin School of Photography

Digital photographic prints ASOP maintains that the photographer’s task is to understand the physical properties of light and space, and to sculpt them into a meaningful experience for the viewer. As this medium is governed both by the logic of physics as well as by communicative syntax, a photographer must then necessarily be master of both. Our goal is to nurture this mindset among our students.

1511 E 6th St . 512-222-7136 . andrew@ausop.org . ausop.org

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HOPE Farmers Market

EAST weekends: 11am-3pm The HOPE Farmers Market engages the community in activating culturally significant spaces in East Austin like historic Plaza Saltillo. The Sunday market is a weekly showcase, featuring a diverse selection of farmers, food artisans & artists and great live music. HOPE FM hosts a variety of local artists that go perfectly with a side of local food and music!

412 Comal St . info@hopefarmersmarket.org hopefarmersmarket.org

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EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Thousands of flags create a textured surface overhead and shadows that mimic shifting patterns of a tree canopy. As if in celebration of an obscure holiday, like a sudden bloom of vigorous vines or a roost of migratory birds, this installation imparts a sense of wonder that is infrequent but welcome in the urban landscape. Commissioned by the City of Austin’s Art in Public Places TEMPO Program.

412 Comal St . jessica@eastsidesign.com . eastsidesign.com

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Shakespeare for Kids by Kids

11/17: 11am performance at HOPE Farmer’s Market The ImprovEd Shakespeare Co. of youth players rehearses in a living room on the East side. We introduce Shakespeare’s stories to young audiences by incorporating a mix of modern narration and Shakespearean verse. For EAST, we bring you our family-friendly (and much shorter!) versions of “Hamlet” (on stage, EAST #103.3), as well as “Merchant of Venice” and “A Winter’s Tale” (on screen, EAST #90.2).


412 Comal St . andee@kinzy.com facebook.com/improvedshakespeare


DiverseArts’ New East Arts Gallery

We feature affordable original paintings, photography, small sculpture and ceramics, jewelry, fiber arts, basketry, and gift items. For EAST, we will provide a showcase for a variety of local fine artists and crafts people, with a focus on showcasing East Austin talent.


1601 E 5th St, Ste 106 . info2@diversearts.org . diversearts.org


OPTICS: Austin Art Photography Group Exhibition

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm OPTICS: Austin Art Photography Group Exhibition. 15 of Austin’s best photo based artists joining together to show the depth of the medium in all its permutations. From minimal landscapes to deep mixed media, to sublime nude forms to extreme close ups of urban decay. All that is modern and classic art photography.


1601 E 5th St, Ste 105-109 . 512-577-0258 . raworx@yahoo.com





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Common House at the Yellow Jacket

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Common House is a collective based studio and art space founded by Rich Cali, Autumn Spadaro, William Gaynor, and Conner O’leary in 2011. We host monthly art exhibits by local and lesser known artists from around the country with an emphasis on creative and familial growth. Thank you brothers and sisters. www.common-house.com acommonhouse@gmail.com

1704 E 5th St . 512-480-9572 info@yellowjacketsocialclub.com . yellowjacketsocialclub.com

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Tom Beach & Amanda Walker . Beachwalker Boxes

Wood, glass Boxes fascinate us because their nature is to both conceal and reveal. Sometimes the revelation is the box itself--and sometimes it lies inside – or maybe both. To enhance the mystery, we craft many of our boxes from a combination of unusual wood and glass. Our passion is coaxing the box’s shape from what the wood’s grain and sheen suggest, puzzling out the most satisfying access to the inside.

1507 E 2nd St . 512-745-4333 beachwalkerboxes@gmail.com . beachwalkerboxes.com

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Keith Mullins . Day at the Beach Studio

Photos printed on paper, canvas I am showing photographs, both landscapes and cityscapes, of South Texas.I’ve been taking pictures of South Texas for most of my life. I will be showing photos taken in many different areas, at different events, and that were taken at different times of my life.

1601 E Cesar Chavez St, #103 . keithpmullins@gmail.com

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Megan Thigpen . guest of Keith Mullins

Oil paint, ink, charcoal, paper on wood My concentration series illustrated my interpretation of groups of words from lyrics. I chose to intertwine the 60’s pop culture into each work of art. The various retrospective color and psychedelic aura of each piece is how I chose to illustrate the phenomenon of that decade.You should lose yourself into these pieces, wondering of the stories that are shown and the continuations that aren’t.


1601 E Cesar Chavez St, #103 . 512-496-3267

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Orbit Salon

Alla Prima: 11/16 & 11/23: 10am-6pm We are a creative space that encompasses moving and living art, i.e. hair and makeup, as well as painting and photographic exhibits.


1607 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-480-0382 info@orbitsalon.net . orbitsalon.net


Okay Mountain

Mixed Media Okay Mountain is an artist-run space committed to enhancing Austin’s appreciation of global contemporary art by showing diverse works, partnering with cultural and social institutions, and providing a place for artists to work and exhibit. We believe this is possible by drawing on diversity, hard work and the support of friends who share our goal.


1619 E Cesar Chavez St . info@okaymountain.com okaymountain.com

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Sophie Roach . Okay Mountain

Pen and ink Sophie Roach is an artist and illustrator based in Austin, TX. By utilizing familiar shapes, patterns and her intuition, Sophie has created a unique visual language based on spontaneity and rhythm. Her abstract style is playful yet austere, extremely detailed, and often vibrantly colored. When she’s not hard at work in her East Austin studio, she’s out traveling the world, sketchbook in hand.

1619 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-577-5062 hello@sophieroach.com . sophieroach.com

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The Viewing Room

Featuring Jim Nolan The Viewing Room, a private exhibition space presented by Art Palace, will be open to the public with This Ain’t No Picnic, a pop-up exhibition by Jim Nolan. Using quotidian materials from the Home Depot and 99 Cent stores, Jim creates off-handed sculptures and installations that marry formalist impulse with material kitsch and punk rock spirit. Jim lives in Houston, TX and holds an MFA from MCA.

1619 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-469-0687 info@artpalacegallery.com

109.2 Exhibitions

Peep Show

Featuring Jamie Jack and Cheraya Esters A venue dedicated to fostering the participant’s inclusion in the mythos, delicacy, and permanence with which our ancient pasts and far flung futures are perceived. Enticingly interactive photo booths, life-size dioramas, and our very own deus ex machina serve as arenas of play and adventure for all who attend with special attention to the minds and motivations of children and the childlike.

1601 Garden St

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Katrina O Day

Oil paints, vintage photos, found objects, beads, chain, wire I have been a mixed media painter for over 21 years, a jewelry artist for 11 and in east Austin for 12 years. Through the use of nostalgic images and found objects, my paintings tend to reflect certain social issues of our past, and how it relates to my life. My jewelry designs are whimsical and each piece is a one of a kind in its own right, even if included in a small series.


1807 Holly St . 512-568-6395 . ktrnoday@yahoo.com

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Jeremy Kunzinger

GiclĂŠe print on archival paper My work is about the experience of imperfection. I appropriate digital video/ imagery from television when the signal becomes degraded through digital artifacting. Audio stutters and falls silent, the picture fragments and becomes frozen and interwoven.


1804 E 2nd St . 512-743-7885 jkunzinger@gmail.com . kunzinger.com

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Griffon Ramsey . the FORT . 3rd/Chicon Studios

Chainsaw sculpture, wood, paint, mixed media The FORT is a warehouse art studio with a small gallery and outdoor stage. The exhibit features the creations of resident artists; live chainsaw sculpting by Griffon Ramsey, experimental video by Abinadi Meza, and paintings by Leslie Williams. Included are works by guest artists; collages by Dana Brown, live spray painting by Ben Jay, wood sculpture and mixed mechanical media by R.L. Blair.


301 Chicon St, Studio G . 512-300-8089 griffon@thefortatx.com . thefortatx.com

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2000 East Sixth St

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm 2000 East Sixth St was home to the E.A.S.T. group exhibition in 2012. This year we are proud to host a variety of artists on the tour as a temporary public art exhibit. Artists include: Wendy Crone, Jordan Gentry, and Allan Gindic.

2000 E 6th St . 512-971-9792 . gregporter@austin.rr.com 2000eastsixth.com

114 Happenings

Adreon Henry

Acrylic, vinyl YOU’RE INVITED – An exhibition by Jennifer Bradley and Adreon Henry hosted by Elisa & Joel Sumner. Come see the newest paintings by Adreon Henry revealed through a unique display of found objects, audio/video installations, and sculptural figures by Jen Bradley. The collaborative environment creates a surreal reflection on the delicate nature of social evolution and personal progress.

2015 E 3rd St . 512-627-8284 . adreon@adreonhenry.com adreonhenry.com

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Sheri Mays

Acrylic on canvas I paint because I can’t just drink all day.

210 Elkhart St . 512-947-3840 . sherimays@yahoo.com sherimays.com

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William Cauthern

Block prints My recent art works are produced from observation and photos, in which I explore texture and repetition. My art focuses primarily on the personal symbolism of these items and environments.


2024 E 2nd St, Unit B . 512-589-3834 wcauthern@gmail.com . william-cauthern.artistwebsites.com

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Carey West . guest of William Cauthern

Ceramic, copper It is the sense of the wonder inspired by the infinite possibilities of nature that compels my work. Central to that endeavor is the study of flora, specifically forms that are adapted to protect and to reproduce. My process is driven by the collaboration of ceramic and metal. By combining ceramic with copper as a structural element, I am able to cantilever forms, pierce space, and create shadow.


2024 E 2nd St, Unit B . careywest12@gmail.com careywestceramics.bigcartel.com

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Dear Darkness

11/16 & 11/23: 11am-7pm, 11/17 & 11/24: 12pm-6pm, Happening: 11/17: 7:30pm-10:30pm

Maison d’Etoile presents: “Dear Darkness,” a solo exhibition by papercut artist Chad Merritt. The amalgam of magic and grief is darkly woven through these monochromatic works, serving as an ethereal narrative to a world where mysteries are buried and ghosts of the past plead for engagement with the living. Our opening reception will include projections, soundtrack and libations!


2109 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-344-9173 allyson@coco-coquette.com . maisondetoile.com





shannysstudio.com shanny.lott @ gmail.com commissions welcomed




studio visits by appointment

Pehr Smith

Acrylic, watercolor, mixed media The horse is the most powerful, thoughtful, and gentle of all creatures I’ve ever encountered. Mythic. My process is to morph myself into a state as if I am the horse and then transcribe the essence and inner movement. I fill numerous sketchbooks working intuitively with quick gestures, always revealing something greater then I could have ever planned.

2110 Willow St . 512-450-1045 east@pehrsmithart.com . pehrsmithart.com

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Andrew Long

Acrylic on baltic birch Multiple solo exhibitions including McMurtrey Gallery (Houston), Conduit Gallery (Dallas), Plus Gallery (Denver); Austin Museum of Art’s ‘20 to Watch’, ‘Texas Paint: Out of Abstraction’ (Arlington Museum), Kim Foster Gallery (New York). Commissioned projects Institute of Contemporary Art (London), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston); Recently, W Hotel, Austonian, and 2124 Condos have acquired his work.

2106 Willow St . 512-450-1045 art@andrewlong.net . andrewlong.net

120 Artists & Studios

Capture the Flag Creative

Painting, jewelry, furniture, design Capture the Flag Creative is the collaboration of two friends lead by Michael Brady and Heather Blaikie. Heather paints, crafts and makes one of a kind jewelry pieces in San Francisco, while Michael is a furniture designer, tinkering with a variety of projects in Austin. We’ve developed a shared esthetic that combines sophistication and whimsy.

94 Anthony St . 214-931-2802 likes2tinker@gmail.com . etsy.com/shop/shopcapturetheflag

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Virginia Headley Maserang

Encaustic, mixed media Redox. Through abstraction, I explore the energy flow of life: growth/decay, hope/ despair, work/play, all push-n-pull between then/now/when. I work in encaustic because it unifies the work from beginning to end. Keeping the first marks still visible, but obscuring them with the layers that follow, the wax is as much of the message as the colors, textures and symbols chosen to tell the story.


2023 E Cesar Chavez St, Ste E . vhm@vheadleymaserang.com vheadleymaserang.com

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Daphne Holland . Daphne Holland Studio . Prizer

Encaustic, mixed media on wood panel I love encaustic painting because the tools are modern and industrial and the result is primitive and intimate. My desire is to bring you to the surface of my works; and once there to experience the rewards of color and textural nuance that closer inspection affords. You can bring what you will to this and if this is successful it will evoke a memory of yours that is rich and worth revisiting.


2023 E Cesar Chavez St . daphne@daphne.org daphneholland.com

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Fort Lonesome by Kathie Sever Kathie Sever creates hyper-custom western garments with the stories of the wearer woven & stitched into each finished product. At EAST, she will be debuting a line of rebuilt garments that have been rescued from the waste-stream, stripped down to their foundations, embroidered & rebuilt with western stylings, snaps & character. She will also feature non-garment works of textile & embroidery.


2023 E Cesar Chavez St . prizeraustin@gmail.com facebook.com/prizergallery





Caroline Martinez Barrio Mexican Religious Art Studio Acrylic on canvas I hope I will see my friends and admirers and my fans who like my paintings arrive at my studio this November. And I would also like to thank God for my first Grandson Julian E. Nerio. And I would like to thank as always, my biggest fan, God.

2009 Garden St . 512-701-8255 art2009garden@yahoo.com . paintingsilove.com

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Flotsam Island

Paint, graphite, ink on wood, canvas, paper, video Flotsam Island is a residential artist collaborative featuring Aaron Bir, Noelle Fitzsimmons, and Anne Schultz. The community we create enables us to explore mediums and artistic practices from kinetic sculpture, to painting and illustration. We are interested in the relationship between character, intention and outcome, and how the nature of happenstance guides each other’s working process.

2201 Haskell St . aaronbir@sequentialstutter.com

125 Artists & Studios

Greg Olson . R A W Collective

Reclaimed materials I was inspired by the bicycle. For many, the bicycle symbolizes a number of things some prosaic, others profound. When considering rising gas prices, oil dependency, choked streets and highways, the bicycle represents a practical, environmentally and socio-politically beneficial transportation alternative. It’s a way to stay active, fit, and ready for any bi- or triatholon that pops up on my radar.

71 Julius St . 512-629-1555 contact@greengoatdesigns.com . greengoatdesigns.com

126 Artists & Studios




Jack Smith

Acrylic on canvas This world can knock you down. Painting picks me up. I paint people and things that remind me of the little joys to be found in common places. Acrylic on canvas. I want to shine a light on the everyman.


2507 Willow St . 4trackjack@gmail.com mysmallvictories.com

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Ryan McKerley

Porcelain objects Process is the main influence on my work.


2710 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-477-4776 ryanmckerley@gmail.com . ryanmckerley.com

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Kate Hellenbeck . guest of Ryan McKerley

Photographs I, Kate Marie Hellenbeck, am a thirty-something year old toy lover. When I was a kid I loved setting up detailed scenes with my dolls, I wanted to be that little with them. I began photography very young as well and minis were my favorite subject. I graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2003 with a photography degree. Let’s just say I never grew out of playing with miniatures.


2710 E Cesar Chavez St . khelleboo@gmail.com

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Amanda Van Ast . guest of Ryan McKerley

Ceramics, mixed media The ceramic faces of “Re{as}semblance� consciously pay homage to humankind, to the basic elements of what makes us who we are, how unique each one of us is, and the process that gives us life. Each faces has a story of their own. The process of creating these masks has proven to be profoundly similar to how the human journey is created- unique and beautifully unpredictable.

2710 E Cesar Chavez St . msmaryamanda@gmail.com maryamanda.com

128c Artists & Studios

Pete Betcher . The Back Pack

Wood, acrylic plastic, acrylic paint, canvas Working as a collaboration of all walks of artists, our work focuses on bringing original creative pieces to people all over the world. This space is home to painters, designers, and performers all working and creating in the same space to nurture creativity. There will be original design pieces and paintings on display, as well as a documentation of our performance work through both weekends.

2412 E Cesar Chavez St . thebkpk.com

129 Artists & Studios

Group Show Bicycle Art at Counter Culture

EAST weekends: 11am-10pm Every other month Counter Culture Restaurant showcases local artists with a themed group show. 10% of all sales goes to a non-profit that is connected to the theme. 90% of sales goes to the artists. During EAST the theme is Bicycles! Our non-profit is Bike Texas. Come by and look. Stay a while and eat/drink.

2337 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-524-1540 . countercultureaustin787@gmail.com . countercultureaustin.com

130 Happenings




Jonathan Biehl . UP Collective

Acrylic, ink, charcoal, watercolor, texture, cream, wood, canvas For me painting is a necessity. It helps to focus my reasoning and perspective. It teaches me patience and persistence when self-doubt and fear threaten productivity. It fuels my imagination and creativity by allowing me to question and admire. For me painting is a way of life and it comforts me with the promise of confidence.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St . 832-465-1156 jbiehlart@gmail.com . jonathanbiehl-art.com

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Vincent Colvin . UP Collective

Encaustic, oil on wood, metal Colvin’s newest work blurs the lines of process, media and viewing. The stories told depict a interpretation of individual moments that take place within our collective memory, whether you are an observer or a creator, making us all somehow participants of the story. The events live in multiple time frames as they transition their own lifespan of creation, experience and subsequently, memory.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St . 571-239-9027 colvinvm@gmail.com . vincentcolvin.com

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Laritza Garcia . UP Collective

Copper, steel, silver, brass, powder coat My jewelry pieces present familiar childhood imagery in efforts to drive forth the restorative nature of imaginative behavior. Gestural objects in vibrant colors materialize as graphic triggers that reconnect people with regenerative powers of playfulness. My approach encompasses a dual investigation of gestural drawing and traditional metalworking practices.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St . littlefairblue@gmail.com laritzagarcia.com

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Magnum Photos was the first cooperative agency to be established and operated by photographers. This exhibition explores the evolution of the collective from print photojournalism to the digital age. Josef Koudelka, Czechoslovakia. Slovakia. Michalovce, 1966. Š Josef Koudelka/Magnum Photos

21st and Guadalupe Streets Free admission, donations welcome www.hrc.utexas.edu 512-471-8944 Join us on Sundays in November for the Magnum Film Series, featuring films and videos by and about Magnum photographers.

Michelle John . MOJO by Dr. John . UP Collective

Acrylic, pastel, mixed media Exploring Louisiana, New Orleans Mardi Gras, Jazz, and ritual of Southern Tribal Spirits, Dr. John is inspired by the mythology and symbolism inherent. Look for abstracts delving into our relationship with nature in 2014. Dr. John is a psychotherapist using art therapy, somatic experience and psychodynamic principles to facilitate change, healing and the creative to emerge.

2326 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-983-8699 dr.michellejohn9@gmail.com . drmichellejohn.com

131d Artists & Studios

Katrina Marhefka . Spruce Jewelry . UP Collective

Semi-precious gemstones, czech glass, stainless steel wire Inspired by the earth, our lightweight jewelry marries style and sophistication — the delicate, sculptural geometry of stainless steel wire creates a perfect balance of playful and elegant. Spruce’s vibrant color combinations are carefully curated to craft a statement that’s as modern as it is timeless. Delightfully different — Spruce Jewelry always grants compliments.

2326 E Cesar Chavez St . 857-413-8930 kat@sprucejewelry.com . sprucejewelry.com

131e Artists & Studios

Jessica Mathews . UP Collective

Oil on panel, canvas, graphite on paper, digital video, photo My work serves as handmade explorations of digital structures and behaviors.

2326 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-922-6337 jessica@jessicamathewsstudio.com . jessicamathewsstudio.com

131f Artists & Studios




Kelli McDonald . UP Collective

Dye on eggshell I learned the Ukrainian tradition pysanky a couple of years ago out of curiosity. The meticulousness, fragility of the eggshell, etching, dyeing, and respect of the craft have kept me creating these batik eggshells. I construct my own designs using photos I usually take on my phone. This year, I’m showing a series of eggs inspired by my recent trip to Marfa, TX.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St . klmcdonald3@gmail.com kellimcdonaldart.com

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Anastasia Grebnova . guest at UP Collective

Oil on canvas My paintings contain archetypal images and figures, such as Anima and Animus, Guiding Spirit and Persona. Exploring the relationships between different aspects of the Self, I approach painting intuitively. Each painting is a mirror, a bridge that connects people of all cultures, races and backgrounds.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St . 908-398-5670 info@anastasiagrebnova.com . anastasiagrebnova.com

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Melanie Hickerson . guest at UP Collective

Acrylic on canvas I like color. I put stories and illusions in rectangles with lots of color.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St . mhickers@austincc.edu mellypaint.blogspot.com

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Pat Molina . guest at UP Collective

Transparent watercolor, pastel, charcoal on paper I will be presenting botanical art in watercolor; a medium that is one of the most mysterious and challenging of all mediums I have encountered. I will also be exhibiting figures and landscapes in pastel and charcoal.

2326 E Cesar Chavez St . info@upcollective.org artbypatmolina.com

131j Artists & Studios

Laura Sturtz . guest at UP Collective

Recycled metals, sculpture, mobiles, jewelry, chess sets, 2D The pure joy of creation is the wonder of making art. However, I always feel better about making more ‘stuff’ when I create with consciousness and conscience. This may include environmental concerns, using recycled materials, dealing with social and relationships issues, drawing attention to the wonder of the natural world...

2326 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-282-9480 artist@artist123.com . artist123.com

131k Artists & Studios

George Wert . guest at UP Collective

Fiber reinforced concrete My work in artistic fiber reinforced concrete began as a way to merge my technical knowledge of concrete with my desire for artistic expression. At this early stage my artwork is largely experimental, focusing on manipulating the material in new ways to create interesting pieces.

2326 E Cesar Chavez St

131l Artists & Studios




J.J. Campbell . Rural Rooster

Screen printing, graphic design Rural Rooster is a Graphic Design and Screen Printing studio located in Austin, Texas, and is headed by J.J. Campbell. Rural Rooster specializes in making brand advancing items such as logos, posters, and t-shirts. Gig posters, product packaging, and other merchandise items are Rural Rooster’s daily project types.


2306 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-420-8558 info@ruralrooster.com . ruralrooster.com

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Link & Pin

Gandy Dancers Kharon Clark, fiber and mixed media. Kathi Herrin, founder of Real Gallery, multi-media. realgalleryaustin.com. Kay Hughes, acrylics, current featured artist in Austin Mural Art. KnotGarden.com. Clara Newby, the 2004 Wildflower Center Artist, watercolor and collage. claranewby.com. William K. Stidham, watercolor & mix media, known for his Sacred Heart Series. williamkstidham.com.


2235 E 6th St, #201 . 512-900-8952 linkpinart@gmail.com . linkandpinart.com


Justin Telepak . Indio Arts . The Phoenix

Wood, metal, electronics, lighting Day dreaming with power tools may seem like a scary endeavor to some but I assure you, I’m mindful to keep all ten fingers attached to my hands. I set out on this path to always have fun and enjoy what I’m doing. My work is a mash up of skill sets, styles and mediums. I trained as a guitar builder but enjoy making furniture, lighting and strange machines that may or may not have an actual purpose.


2415 E 5th St . 512-587-6374 indioarts@gmail.com . indioarts.com

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The Phoenix

Gallery Located on the Austin Lumber Co. lot The Phoenix is a space dedicated to showing and showcasing local Art and Artists. The Phoenix is also available for private shows and events

2415 E 5th St . 512-476-5534 . artbyfrankbotello@gmail.com facebook.com/the_phoenix

134.2a Exhibitions

The Phoenix

Featuring Wendy Crone This summer, I spent 8 days purposefully walking aimlessly through another city. I traveled alone. I spoke to few. My recent work is the result of this trip that I will NEVER forget.

2415 E 5th St . 512-762-7797 . wendy@wendycrone.com wendycrone.com

134.2b Exhibitions

Ryan Rhodes & Caleb Owen Everitt . LAND

Paintings on military canvas, metal, motorbikes and weird stuff The LAND boys, along with Adam Young and Andy Rihn, invite you to come get weird.

501 Pedernales, Bldg 2E . info@workbyland.com workbyland.com

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Artists Screen Printing Co-op

Screen printing The Artists Screen Printing Co-op is a non-profit co-op serving the needs of artists and designers who desire to share a common screen printing workspace and studio in which to collaborate and create original works.


507 Calles St, Ste 106 . 512-434-9339 info@aspco.org . aspco.org

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Sky Candy

Aerial, circus arts Sky Candy is a young and growing aerial and circus arts studio, and we are proud to call East Austin our home since 2010. Our mission is to share our love of aerial and circus arts with Austin, TX, and we exist to foster a safe and supportive community for learning, performance and collaboration. For more information about Sky Candy, visit our website.


507 Calles St, Ste 117 . 512-800-4998 info@skycandyaustin.com . skycandyaustin.com

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Jamie Canfield . guest at Sky Candy

Oils, graphite, charcoal I’m an oil painter specializing in portraiture- people, pets, or even a favorite old house! Working with the amazing performance artists at Sky Candy has been a beautiful opportunity to explore movement and grace, strength and control, and color and light in the human form- whether in pencil/charcoal sketches, or more formally finished paintings. My thanks!


507 Calles St, Ste 117 . 512-696-5157 canfield.jamie@gmail.com . jamiecanfield.com

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East Side Glass Studio

Glass East Side Glass Studio is a public hot glass studio. Designed to facilitate Austin’s art glass community with studio rentals, we also offer Intro and Intermediate classes, hands on public workshops, host private parties, and free public demonstrations! An onsite gallery showcases art glass designed by owners Leigh Taylor Wyatt and Shara Funari as well as locally made furniture and 2D art.

507 Calles St, Ste 120 . 512-761-1179 info@eastsideglassstudio.com . eastsideglassstudio.com

136.3a Artists & Studios

Leigh Taylor Wyatt . East Side Glass Studio

Blown glass When I began blowing glass 20 years ago I had no idea how it would form so much of my life experience. Glass still surprises and mesmerizes me daily. It is the only thing that has kept my attention for so long. I feel so fortunate to have found this material to work with and the opportunity to share the excitement of glass with the community in our East Austin studio.

507 Calles St, Ste 120 . 512-731-1702 leighleightw@yahoo.com . leightaylorwyatt.com

136.3b Artists & Studios

Jade Elkins . guest at East Side Glass Studio

Acrylic on canvas I use acrylic on canvas and attempt to elegantly arrange chaotic color, patterns, and lines into a strange world of bugs, monsters, and figures. I’d like the viewer to imagine themselves in a place of pleasure and discomfort no longer knowing what is acceptable to touch, taste, or discover, a world where curiosity, temptation, and fear collide as if it were a romance scene in a horror film.

507 Calles St, Ste 120 . 512-731-1702 . eastsideglassstudio.com

136.3c Artists & Studios




Michael W. Hall . guest at East Side Glass Studio

Painting, mixed media I am deeply fascinated by ideas of travel and exploration, of discovering hidden worlds and lives beyond the border of our vision. I often paint and sketch while hitching rides with strangers or creeping around on freight trains. My aesthetic correlates directly to these interests. My designs suggest windows into secret places, with twisting lines of color reminiscent of obscure pathways.


507 Calles St, Ste 120 . mmmwhhh@gmail.com ontheborderofamericanvision.blogspot.com

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Gabe Langholtz . guest at East Side Glass Studio

Acrylic, mixed media on canvas Gabe Langholtz is an abstract representational color field painter from Austin, TX. Gabe’s paintings have shown in several galleries throughout Texas, and have appeared in multiple print publications, television, and film.


507 Calles St, Ste 120 . 512-925-0878 glangholtz-art@yahoo.com . gabelangholtz.com

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Brian McAnulty . guest at East Side Glass Studio

Recycled metal and wood Engrain strives to create not only functional pieces of furniture and decor but ones that will make a statement.


507 Calles St, Ste 120 . 512-585-3820 engraindesigns@gmail.com . engraindesigns.com

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Tyson Pendergrass . Petrified Design guest at East Side Glass Studio Hand-crafted furniture Love of design, respect for nature, and passion for working with our hands brought us together; and a crazy idea to start a furniture company based on well-built, handmade, timeless craftsmanship spurred Petrified Design. We are proud to produce our furniture in Austin, Texas from local and refurbished materials. Petrified Design is Tyson Pendergrass and Gable Bostic

507 Calles St, Ste 120 . 806-790-1622 tyson@petrifieddesign.com . petrifieddesign.com

136.3g Artists & Studios

Taylor Shaw . guest at East Side Glass Studio

Acrylic, spray paint on canvas, marker, ink on paper Visually spewing the inside of my brain stomach onto surfaces since 1984.

507 Calles St, Ste 120 . taylor@austindailypress.com

136.3h Artists & Studios

Agnes Seebass . Aluxa Studio

Silver, copper, gold leaf, jade There is my long lasting passion for silver and odd stones. And there is my new life and studio in Austin. It couldn´t be more exciting.

507 Calles St, Ste 121 . agnes.seebass@me.com agnesseebass.com

136.4 Artists & Studios




MASS Gallery

Drew Liverman and Michael Ricioppo: Young Sons MASS presents Young Sons, a selection of works by collaborators Drew Liverman and Mike Ricioppo. A frenetic selection of paintings culled from a particularly productive period in the artists’ partnership; the visionary works are energetic, omnivorous, and almost always organized into figurative pictures that flirt with but never want to wholly emerge from the zest of the painting process itself.


507 Calles St, Ste 108 . info@massgallery.org . massgallery.org


Austin’s Thin, Green Line.

EAST weekends: 11am-6pm Shoal Creek is more gesture than a gushing river. Shoal Creek is a thin, green line that offers a bright counterpoint to the toneless landscape that is urban Austin. Ted Lee Eubanks utilizes a broad diversity of photographic approaches, from stark black-and-white to crisp closeups, to illustrate the remarkable world that still courses through the heart of Austin.


507 Calles St, Ste 116 . apf@austinparks.org . austinparks.org


Public Stonecarving Workshop at KINCANNON STUDIOS 11/16 & 11/17: 11am-6pm KINCANNON STUDIOS is a design office and masonry arts studio. During the first weekend of EAST, we will be hosting a “carving bee” workshop. Bring your community spirit and inner sculptor as we collectively chip away at a large scale abstract. Sit at the table of giants, and enjoy a tangible moment of craft and architecture.


2601 E 5th St . 512-480-0066 . info@kincannonstudios.com kincannonstudios.com





Laisa Macias . LaLa

New and used fabrics Laisa Chavez Macias draws heavily upon her Mexican-American Heritage and upbringing in the Texas Valley to create sexy, versatile and bold designer clothing. She is inspired by hip hop culture, vintage décor and textiles, high fashion, art, design and street fashion. Her vibrant and fun personality is infectious, and that personality is expressed perfectly in each one of her clothing designs.

2613 E 5th St, Unit B . 512-538-8662 . laisa@sewlala.com sewlala.com

138 Artists & Studios

Carly Weaver

Oil, graphite, charcoal on wood Grackles and bicycles. “Hey, that’s my bike!” is a new series of drawings of bicycles around Austin. Inspired by true events of having my bike stolen, Muhammad Ali and Ethan Hawke. “Grackles Forever” is an ongoing study in oil paint of Austin’s great-tailed grackle population. Dozens of grackles, bikes and hill country landscapes in charcoal on wood complete an all things Austin art show.

2606 E 2nd St . 512-373-6308 carlyweaver@hotmail.com . carlyweaver.com

139a Artists & Studios


Digital illustration, drawings, picture books Fun,whimsical and occasionally mysterious illustrations/picture books for the young and oldies.

2606 E 2nd St . 512-971-4388 . mattrmyers@yahoo.com flickr.com/photos/squidrabbit

139b Artists & Studios




Julio Carreon-Reyes . JCR WORKSHOP HORSESHOE Hand finished, silkscreened, laser etched baltic birch and paper The JCR WORKSHOP creates finely crafted modern handmade art & collectibles. All pieces are made from high grade materials including Baltic Birch plywood, water based wood stain, and archival paper. The works pair the timeless qualities of the natural world with the precise aesthetic of the machine world.


3109 E Cesar Chavez St . 415-235-6385 mightyjulio@gmail.com . jcrwork.bigcartel.com

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Jenna Foster . HORSESHOE

Relief printing, oils, ink, screen printing Using tangible forms as a point of departure, I playfully reinterpret their recognizable properties, disregarding their gravitational laws, to make newly biomorphic intermingling scenes. My work celebrates fluidity, and takes every opportunity to trifle with perception.


3109 E Cesar Chavez St . jennalynnefoster@gmail.com jennalynnefoster.com

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Satch Grimley . HORSESHOE

Wood block print Satch Grimley is a native Austinite and has been working in fine art serigraphy for more than 15 years. Both a master printer and talented colorist, he incorporates painting, collage, and printmaking to produce remarkable works exploring themes of endangered nature and order and balance in a chaotic world.


3109 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-745-1355 mail@satchgrimley.com . satchgrimley.com

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Terracotta, bronze, colored pencil, pastels Figurative, abstract, portraits and combinations of same.

3109 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-250-0392 casshook@cloudhook.com . cloudhook.com

140d Artists & Studios

Scout Stormcloud . HORSESHOE

Oil on canvas I love to paint and have been doing art since childhood. Lately I have been using my pets and my flower garden as models.

3109 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-250-0392 stormcloud@cloudhook.com . cloudhook.com

140e Artists & Studios

Jonathan (Chaka) Mahone . HORSESHOE

Oil on wood, canvas, screenprint Jonathan ‘Chaka’ Mahone does not separate art from religion or science. Bold, and vivid, his work always has spiritual, social, and/or political coding to it. Creating art from elements found in his East Austin neighborhood, he strives to make his work fly and attractive – something familiar, but with a twist that represents a combination of the native/indigenous and the modern/urban energy.

3109 E Cesar Chavez St

140f Artists & Studios




Elliot Morgan . HORSESHOE

Paper, water-based ink, acrylic paint, paint marker, pastel An Austin native, Elliot Morgan graduated from the music program at the University of North Texas in Denton and now resides in East Austin. Currently playing bass in several bands, including his long-time band Hatch, Riders Against the Storm, and the Ugly Elephants, with a style that is very distinct, he is currently working on a series of black and white limited edition serigraph prints.


3109 E Cesar Chavez St . elliotmorgan@mac.com

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Abby Rose Mandel

Porcelain slipcasting, ink, collage on paper, silver jewelry Abby Rose Mandel is a process oriented and detailed artist, who loves repetitive details, and the act of creation. She grew up in MI and graduated from Michigan State University with a BFA in Art Education and Studio Printmaking, before moving to Texas to teach HS art. Abby Rose Mandel works across many mediums and her studio is as eclectic as her work. She looks forward to seeing you at EAST!


3010 E 2nd St . abbyrosemandel@gmail.com abbyrosemandel.com

Artists & Studios

Eric Cannon . guest of Abby Rose Mandel

Acrylic on cardboard, pottery, ink on vellum I work with a variety of materials that creates an eclectic grouping of works. My largest pieces are abstract in nature and completed using acrylics on three dimensional cardboard constructs. I also have a collection of drawings, canvas paintings, and even pottery. My methods range depending on my mood. I do love the intricacy of line and try to incorporateit in my work as often as possible.


3010 E 2nd St . 512-422-9569 . ecannon1027@gmail.com ericcannonart.com

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Oobites: Digital Discovery of Culinary Travel

EAST weekends: 10am-6pm Oobites collects and organizes cuisine from all over the world. From the natural, to the inventive, artisanal, foreign, skillful, or the downright weird, this series of digital paintings presents a doorway into the discovery of the many facets of the things we eat. Thane Hemish has amassed a still life collection with food and their constituent ingredients as subjects.

2803 E 5th St . contact@oobites.com . oobites.com

142 Happenings

Austin Public Library - Cepeda Branch

Featuring Pascale Vial A collection of hand-pulled prints with an emphasis on blockprinting techniques. Images are figurative and a bit expressionistic, with a thoughtful side. Pascale Vial has lived and worked in Austin for many years as a graphic artist.

651 N Pleasant Valley Rd . art.pascale@gmail.com pascalevial.com

143 Exhibitions

Tony Diaz . Industry Print Shop

Screen printing Industry print shop is a collective of creative individuals. Known as a boutique print shop, the commercial work produced is hand printed and of the highest quality, catering to clients with a discerning eye, design firms and other artists. Blood, Sweat, & Mostly Tears...

618 Tillery St . 512-524-0181 info@industryprintshop.com . industryprintshop.com

144.1 Artists & Studios




Bobby Dixon . KLCTVE

Waterbased screen printing KLCTVE is the design and illustration company of Bobby Dixon.


618 Tillery St, Unit C . klctvefusion@gmail.com . klctve.com

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Ann Armstrong . Ann-Made . Fort Tillery

Steel, plastic, paint, wood, found objects By day I work as a steel fabricator, by night I plot murals, sculpture, and improvised street art projects. I find inspiration in materials, color, things I discover on the sidewalk, and the surrounding urban fabric. I believe that life is a palette, the city is a canvas, and that we should all go out and paint‌


618 Tillery St, Unit C . 415-407-9880 ann@ann-made.org . ann-made.org

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Spencer Cook . Fort Tillery

Resin, silver, yarn, acrylic on glass I’m interested in how chemical, biological, and designed processes affect one another in my work.


618 Tillery St . 361-537-7051 . scook@scook.info . scook.info

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Hatch Workshop . Fort Tillery

Wood, metal furniture, installations Hatch Workshop is an affiliation of friends who enjoy all that is thoughtful and well crafted. Our shop is set up to realize each step in the building process, from conceptualization to installation. Though we work primarily in wood and metal, we have been known to dig around in dumpsters, haul off huge logs, and visit machine auctions looking for treasure.

618 Tillery St . 512-999-2634 . info@hatchworkshop.com hatchworkshop.com

144.3c Artists & Studios

Derek Mulch . Green Summit Studio . Fort Tillery

Wood, steel, light I find my balance by pairing fine wooden furniture with rough wood strip sculpture.

618 Tillery St, Unit C . 512-557-8696 derek@greensummitstudio.com . greensummitstudio.com

144.3d Artists & Studios

Michael Yates . Fort Tillery

Furniture, objects, spaces; all primarily made from wood Celebrating the completion of our first decade of designing and producing custom furniture, structure, objects and cabinetry in Austin, TX.

618 Tillery St . 512-922-4640 howdy@michaelyatesdesign.com . michaelyatesdesign.com

144.3e Artists & Studios




Brady Shea Foster . Metalshop Studio

Forged, fabricated steel, stainless, copper, bronze The Metalshop Studio houses forging and fabrication studios. We produce projects from the strictly utilitarian to the purely sculptural. We help realize projects for Home Owners, Collectors, Designers, Architects, Artists, and Artisans. Each piece is thoughtfully designed and produced with the finest of craftsmanship. We also offer weekly Metalworking Classes to the public.


425 Tillery St . metalshopstudio@gmail.com metalshopstudio.com

Artists & Studios

E 4 Gallery and Art Studio

12@E4 Group exhibit at E4 Gallery & Art Studio featuring sculpture, painting, ceramics, photography and jewelry by Sydney Yeager, Gary Webernick, Julie Isaacson, Brent Baggett, Thomas Jack Hilton, Karen Bolton, Caprice Perruci, Ishmael Soto, Gayle Sterling, Spiffy Tumbleweed, and Griselda Elena Pe単a.


3307 E 4th St . 512-731-7858 . juliefisaacson@yahoo.com armadilloclay.com/e4galleryartstudio.html


Michael Brozgul . Edwood Studio Coop

Wood work, furniture design Woodworking has allowed me change my perspective on how our society overconsumes and constantly changes their living elements in life. It prides me to see that I can still create yet preserve by building a functional piece of furniture. Whether it is a charcuterie board or a bed, I know that we can all leave behind a timeless footprint.


3403 E 4th St, Bay C . 917-757-5329 michael@edwoodstudios.com . edwoodstudios.com

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presents the art of

Gregory Truett Smith splendidrocketstudios.com

NOVEMBER 16-17 & 23-24 LIVE DEMOS, REAL MUSIC & COLD DRINKS www.skylarkaustin.com 512.730.0759 2039 Airport Blvd, Austin, TX 78722

East End (Dr)Ink

11/16: 12pm-6pm East End Ink is a screenprinting, embroidery, and design shop that passionately supports the music, art, and culture that defines Austin. We welcome all to celebrate in our new space and join us for some uniquely Austin fun.

3508 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-236-9911 info@eastendink.com . eastendink.com

148 Happenings

Josh Chalmers . Bearded Lady

Screen printing We specialize in event posters, printed apparel, and the publishing of editioned art prints. We pride ourselves in providing a custom, collaborative printing resource for professionals from the art, music, design, advertising, film, and boutique fashion industries.

3504 E 4th St . 512-389-0180 info@beardedlady.net . beardedlady.net

149 Artists & Studios

Robert Bart

Cardboard, paper on wooden armature I build large, figurative props: classical, whimsical or satirical in nature, for the Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans, my home town. Most are made of cardboard and paper mache over a wooden armature: impermanent construction of ephemeral themes. I will have at least one piece under construction to demonstrate the process I use, and perhaps generate interest in organizing an Austin parade scene.

3412 E 5th St . 504-333-0479 robsculp@yahoo.com . robertbartsculptor.com

150 Artists & Studios




Co-Lab Project Space

Katelena Hernandez: Whatever Lola Whatever Lola Co-Lab Project Space, 613 Allen Performances: Sat, Nov 23rd, 7-11pm Installation on view outside, Nov 16 to 24 The iconic satin gown worn by Rita Hayworth in the film Gilda extends to become a spherical cage lit by a crystal chandelier. Four different performers interpret songs of temptation from classic films, raising questions of identity and intent.


613 Allen St . khcowles@gmail.com . katelenahernandez.net


Co-Lab Project Space

Conspectus : Two Thousand Thirteen A comprehensive look back at our 2013 programming year. Each artist or group of artists had the opportunity to transform our space, utilizing it to express their ideas. Now smaller components from each of these projects will be shown together illustrating the breadth and diversity of art we witnessed this year. Reception November 23rd, 7-11PM


613 Allen St . 512-300-8217 info@co-labprojects.org . co-labprojects.org


Aaron Michalovic . Michalovic Wood Art

Wood MichalovicWoodArt --------wood and it be nice-------


610 Springdale Rd . 207-939-5826 michalovicwoodart@gmail.com . michalovicwoodart.com

Artists & Studios




Jon Windham . guest at Michalovic Wood Art

Sgraffito Storytelling. It always comes back to wanting to tell a story of some kind. Or better yet, make a story happen in the head of the person who is looking at my stuff. Stories are among the most graceful and crucial ways that we learn, teach and become close to one another. Medium, composition, size, technique, ethos, light and dark…all of these things are employed in service to the story.

610 Springdale Rd . 512-554-9078 jon@jonwindham.com . jonwindham.com

152b Artists & Studios

Adrian Whipp Lumiere Tintype Photobooth at Justine’s Brasserie EAST weekends: 11am-6pm At Lumiere, we create hand made tintype portraits from our traveling studio and darkroom. We use only traditional 19th century processes. This is not our beloved modern photography, with its endless stream of disposable photographs. Instead, at the intersection of science and art, we find an alchemy that requires us to slow down and return to the roots of photography.

4710 E 5th St . 512-800-0267 info@lumieretintype.com . lumieretintype.com

153 Happenings

Brian David Johnson . Splinter Group North

Wood I have been making woodwork out of the Splinter Group since 2002. My focus over the past few years has been a product line of vases, trays & planters as well as other designs for the home or office. I will have a good deal of work available for purchase along with some new designs. Come get a Topo Chico while they last and see the evolution of things since last year or come by for the first time.

4709 E 5th St . 512-797-8852 brian@bdjcraftworks.com . bdjcraftworks.com

154a Artists & Studios




Chris Levack . Splinter Group North

Exterior grade steel and wood I design and sculpt my way through the outdoors. My trade takes me mostly through yards and properties in Austin, designing then building and sculpting features and deckscapes that enrich life spent outdoors. My aesthetic is to make works that both endure and compliment the Texas landscape.


4709 E 5th St . 512-771-8911 chris@texassculpture.com . texassculpture.com

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Andy St. Martin . Splinter Group North

Painting, drawing, mixed-media “CHAOS IS INHERENT IN ALL COMPOUNDED THINGS, STRIVE ON WITH DILLIGENCE” – this quote is attributed to the Buddha, smart man that he was, and i feel that it touches on lots of facets of the structure which we refer to vaguely as art. I say vaguely because the beast is more than a little multi-headed and means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Strive on by and say Howdy!


4709 E 5th St . 512-385-7220 andystmartin@hotmail.com . andystmartin.com

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Aldo Valdés Böhm . Avalbo Industries, LLC

Wood work I am a woodworker. My work ranges from the functional to the conceptual. Currently I am focusing on furniture, built-ins, and turnings both residential and commercial. I do single pieces, series, and works on commission.


4701 E 5th St . 512-636-8334 avalbo@hotmail.com . avalbo.com

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Francisco Navarro . guest of Aldo ValdĂŠs BĂśhm

Carved wood Wood carvings are the most recent work of art that have caught my interest. I have made custom furniture for over 25 years, but wood carving calls my imagination in a more creative way than working with furniture. These pieces are the result of my interest in the texture, color and quality of woods. These jewelry boxes and key hangers are handmade using fine local woods and long lasting finishes.

4701 E 5th St . navarrocf@live.com

155.1b Artists & Studios

Tom Fisher . Delta Millworks

Wood, metal I design and fabricate custom furniture using mixed materials, including mostly metal and wood. My primary focus when I begin designing a new piece of furniture is simplicity and function.

4701 E 5th St . 512-466-7724 . tomfisher984@gmail.com

155.2 Artists & Studios

Drew McGuire . Deep Fried Design . Delta Millworks

Wood, leather, concrete, steel, lighting, reclaimed materials I create custom furniture, housewares and lighting. My love for furniture and product design comes from a passion to make things better, more functional and more aesthetically pleasing. I am a strong believer in form follows function, and this is something I keep at the center of my designs. I work with many reclaimed materials, especially wood. I am available for commissions and custom orders.

4701 E 5th St . 512-968-2432 andrew.deepfried@gmail.com . deepfried-design.com

155.3a Artists & Studios




Elizabeth Lodowski . guest of Drew McGuire

Acrylic on canvas, pen and ink, found objects, paper I have found inspiration in the frail beauty of a fallen branch, of erosion, and the regeneration that these processes assist. And when these qualities are attributed to the body, we are shown a glimpse of the unseen level of renewal at work.


4701 E 5th St . elodowski@yahoo.com

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Hawkeye Glenn . Splinter Group South

Bronze, steel, wood, stone, paint, clay We are all in this together.


405 Springdale Rd . 512-560-9904 hawk@hawkeyeglenn.com . blacksmithindustries.com

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Joseph Zambarano . Splinter Group South

Hardwood, veneer Joseph Zambarano is an artist and craftsman who offers complete design, fabrication, finishing and installation services. Along with his team of skilled designers and craftspeople, Joseph builds extraordinary furniture and cabinetry to fit the needs and aesthetics of his clients. Joseph’s work elegantly blends his extensive experience as a traditional craftsman with his knowledge of modern design.


405 Springdale Rd . 512-740-5324 info@josephzambarano.com . josephzambarano.com

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Tina Schweiger . ARTPOST

Oil, acrylic, encaustic on panel My studio is my creative outlet. I spend a lot of time within the constraints running a design firm or parenting a small child, so my studio is a creative laboratory where I place no limits or constraints on my art practice. I work with a variety of media, and explore everything from conceptual to representational to abstract and process work. My biggest artistic influence is Gerhard Richter.

4620-B E Cesar Chavez St . 512-947-8462 tina@helloyellowfin.com . tinaschweiger.com

157 Artists & Studios

Court Lurie . ARTPOST

Mixed media on canvas, pen and ink, abstract photography Each canvas tests my authenticity. I flirt with intention, expectation, and control, and eventually surrender to intuition, spontaneity, and improvisation. I face insecurity and bravery in the same stroke. The work is an archive of this human dance.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 505-280-5808 court8@mac.com . courtlurie.com

158.1a Artists & Studios

Kristy Darnell Battani . ARTPOST

Oil, encaustic, mixed media on wood panel, paper For me, art lurks in the recesses between linear thoughts and the chaotic deluge of information around us. I search for eroded messages to transform into textures and patterns. I frequently incorporate bits of weathered posters, disintegrating maps and faded signage to create a visual reference to a particular place or time. Much of my current work reflects travels in Brazil.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 404-593-3678 kristy@kristybattani.com . kristybattani.com

158.1b Artists & Studios




Zoe Berg . Fantasy Flower Shop . ARTPOST

Mixed media Fantasy Flower Shop is the collaborative and studio duo of Alan Skelton and Zoe Berg. FFS creates sculptures, paintings, videos, performances, drawings, photographs, and installations that traverse landscape, history, language, Romanticism, horror, myth, and fantasy.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St . zoeberg.net

Artists & Studios

Bruce Braden & Ryan Burkhart Kong Screen Printing . ARTPOST Screen printing Most people look at a t-shirt or a poster and only see the art printed on it. To us, the real art is in the process of printing - putting ink to fabric and paper. Our goal is not just to print unique designs, but to find ways to highlight the craft of screen printing and inform a wider audience of the art that goes in to printing.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Bldg C . 512-851-7024 info@kongscreenprinting.com . kongscreenprinting.com

Artists & Studios

Chelsea Brouillette . Brouillette Colors . ARTPOST

Watercolor, acrylic, india ink on paper, canvas I have always been mesmerized by the way that watercolor paint can flow and fall on it’s own. I have tried to show the extreme complexity that is watercolors in a pleasing, yet emotionally stirring manner.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St . cbmiller91@gmail.com cbmiller91.wix.com/brouillettecolors

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Jodi Rae Brownstein . Jodi Rae Designs . ARTPOST

Sterling silver, rare fossils, minerals, gems My hand-fabricated jewelry is a flirtation between contradictory elements. Using sterling silver, rare fossils, minerals, and gems, I play with edginess, while retaining a degree of sophistication and timelessness. Attention to detail and versatility are paramount while aiming to create striking & wearable jewelry that can express the personalities of the women and men who wear it.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Ste 310 . 773-330-5222 jodi@jodiraedesigns.com . jodiraedesigns.com

158.1f Artists & Studios

Dollie Hodges . ModernMess . ARTPOST

Silver, resin, enamel Dollie Hodges’ ModernMess is mid-century design and architecture re-imagined through silver, resin, and minimalist beadwork. The understated interplay of light and shadow adds a classic feel to the wearable pieces. Dollie chooses handmade and individual works over assembly line tactics. Each pendant, ring, and earring is experimentally inspired. ModernMess turns color study into conversation.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . dollie@modernmess.com modernmess.com

158.1g Artists & Studios

Jill Hubley . ARTPOST

Watercolor on glass, acrylic, mixed media on canvas, objects I create abstract art by focusing on a moment, person, or place that makes me feel. I convey emotions using a variety of mediums: watercolor on glass and acrylic or mixed media on canvas and found objects. I add depth using a continuum of soft to bold color, ethereal to chaotic composition and smooth to rough texture. My hope is to pull you into emotions ranging from peaceful to tempestuous.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-963-8347 jmhubley@gmail.com . jillhubleygallery.com

158.1h Artists & Studios




Kelsey Jenkinson . ARTPOST

Gouache on panel, wood, fabric I create beautiful lasting paintings of what is too quickly being forever lost, like animals and insects that are quickly going extinct, or else dying in rapid numbers. I use intricate designs in bright, whimsical colors to offset the realistically rendered subject matter. By doing this, I want to achieve a feeling of a dreamlike state. One that feels as if it can end all too abruptly.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Bldg C . 816-813-6383 klcjenkinson@gmail.com . kelseyjenkinson.com

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Brian & Lynnea Maclaskey-Edwards Squid Ink Kollective . ARTPOST Serigraphy on paper, textiles, sewing, acrylic, ink SIK is the collaborative effort of duo Maclaskey and Edwards. A background of fine art printmaking blended with subcultures and a DIY aesthetic are foundations for their many creative endeavors. Prints and paintings stand side by side with gigposters, hand-sewn housewares, apparel and other functional items. We embrace the ethos of creating art that is meant for more than walls. Also animals.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Bldg B . 979-492-6087 sik@squidinkkollective.com . squidinkkollective.com

Artists & Studios

Lucy MacQueen . ARTPOST

Acrylic on panel, plexiglass My work is focused on portraying the mercurial nature of weather, particularly water. Incorporating plexiglass into my work, which I etch, and or, paint, to facilitate dimension, movement and shadow. Setting the plexiglass about half an inch above the painting, gives a unique, transient effect as you move around the work, each perspective resulting in a different image.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-784-4081 lucymacqueen@mac.com . lucymacqueen.com

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Paul Meyer . ARTPOST

Wood, textiles, plasters, resin, caulking Paul Meyer incorporates organic and synthetic materials such as wood, various textiles, plasters, resin and caulking in his paintings. As a result the works have sculptural qualities.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 281-744-9496 paulmeyerstudios@me.com . paulmeyerstudios.com

158.1l Artists & Studios

Lacey Richter . Back Porch Studio . ARTPOST

Oil, acrylic, charcoal, pastel, tape, fabric on paper, canvas, wood Drawn to movement, my work is influenced by internal energies. Emotive intuition paired with raw finesse. My robust mixed-media pieces and fabric-based installations have been featured locally in solo and collaborative shows - the Julia C. Butridge Gallery, the Museum of Human Achievement, City Hall, the Bergstrom Airport, Serie Project, as well as internationally in Mexico, New York, and Chicago.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Bldg A . 512-585-3222 laceyrrichter@yahoo.com . laceyrichter.com

158.1m Artists & Studios

Scott Saunders . ARTPOST

Mixed media sculpture My art-making is an exploration of the way in which we piece together a living model of the world around us. The way we use input from our senses to create an internal reality is a wondrous process. Our ability to know about the world is limited, and our concept of the world reflects this in generalizations and contradictions. These models and our relationships with them are my subject matter.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . scott@scottsaundersfineart.com scottsaundersfineart.com

158.1n Artists & Studios




George Silas . ARTPOST

Photography, acrylic on canvas I enjoy exploring different mediums and artistic styles. I just let my emotion and aesthetic sensibility lead the way.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St . barkhead@gmail.com georgesilas.com

Artists & Studios

Julie Stansberry . ARTPOST

Oil on canvas, watercolor on paper My work focuses on the beauty of color and creating shapes that flow together effortlessly for the viewer’s eye. Each piece of work starts with a simple image that gradually becomes a convoluted mixture of hues creating movement. The contours seen in each painting are heavily influenced by lines found in nature.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St . juliestansberryart@gmail.com juliestansberryart.com

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Foster Talge . ARTPOST

Steel, stainless steel, reclaimed steel I design and build large scale metal tree kinetic sculptures.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-673-3913 . ftalge@gmail.com

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Travis Seeger . guest of Foster Talge

Hot rolled steel, stainless steel Inspired by the nuance of shapes and textures, I work to illustrate the balance between nature and industry in a contemporary fashion. Thoughtful composition heightens the spirit of these sculptures where metals are presented in a manner incongruous with their nature, transforming rusted earthen metal into a precise geometric shape or weaving sheets of steel into an organic formation.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Studio B . 512-535-8009 travseeger@gmail.com . travisseegerart.com

158.1r Artists & Studios

Celina Vallarta . ARTPOST

Ceramics, mosaics My work investigates the interaction between Hispanic folklore and Americana. My work is an attempt to preserve and make permanent what is destroyed, both the physical object and its associative tradition and history. My audience is not only Mexican-American individuals, but any person who may struggle with cultural identification in a melting pot.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . celina.vallarta@gmail.com

158.1s Artists & Studios

Sara Vanderbeek . ARTPOST

Oil on wood I document the people around me with paint. Capturing likeness is important but my ultimate goal is to embed the image with a sense of who my subject is and what they value. I am currently working through a series of portraits of artists in their studio spaces, surrounded by their art.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 718-964-8180 sara.vanderbeek@gmail.com . saravanderbeek.com

158.1t Artists & Studios




Carolina Villarreal . Artsy Dreams . ARTPOST

Oil, acrylic, canvas, watercolor, ink, bristol paper My art is an extension of myself and my perception of the world and humanity. It is a series that pays homage to emotions and the power they hold over us. My use of intense color, as well as the fluidity seen on my paintings, shows the deep feelings I struggle with. My drawings depict a series of human like cartoons with conflicting messages full of both hope and disappointment.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 956-639-7172 cv.artsydreams@gmail.com . artsydreams.tumblr.com

Artists & Studios

Jason Webb . ARTPOST

Acrylic on aquabord, illustration board, canvas Fundamentally, my work is concerned with value. I carefully examine and paint possessions or places, discarded or abandoned, that have been exhausted of their value. And more recently, I’ve begun to paint collections of objects which carry deep personal value for their owners.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St jason@jasonwebbart.com . jasonwebbart.com

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Nimer Aleck II guest of Marianne McGrath . ARTPOST Sculpture, wood, metal and consumer objects My work focuses on understanding the many ways we perceive value as a culture. By using the iconography of popular modern objects, it is my goal to expose the disconnect between perceived and tangible worth. I am at my core an “object maker” and my studio practice is a mix of academic fine art and the continuous pursuit of skilled craftsmanship.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Bldg B . 512-221-8476 naleck@thesmartaleck.com . thesmartaleck.com

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David Mills . guest at ARTPOST

Oil, caustic medium on newsprint, wood Austin artist David Mills continues pushing the conversation about a nostalgic America. His “Rust In Peace� series explores the relationship between manufacturing and the economy. The rusted and decaying pieces mirror both the US manufacturing industry and the US economy as well as providing a glimpse into the future through the eyes of the past.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 202-276-6645 heydave@davidmillsart.com . davidmillsart.com

158.1x Artists & Studios

Paul Clarence Oglesby, Jr. . guest at ARTPOST

Cast concrete I create simple forms that can be multiplied and combined to produce rhythm and movement. The elemental, architectural and organic shapes work as singular minimal pieces or grouped together, creating an interaction between the different shapes. My architectural sculpture is a system which is modular and mobile. The natural heaviness of the material can be transformed into an elegant form.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-663-1032 pcodesigns@gmail.com . pco-design.com

158.1y Artists & Studios

NJ Weaver . guest at ARTPOST

Encaustic mixed media Be it color, texture, mark-making, lines, scraps of cardboard, letters or writings, I embed ephemera and symbolic objects to create a visual landscape in wax.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St, Bldg C . 512-663-6690 njweaver@aol.com . njweaver.com

158.1z Artists & Studios




ChromaPendulum Pendulum Paintings and Demonstration 11/24: 11am Public demonstration Nov 24 at 11am. ChromaPendulum is a collaborative project between Tina Schweiger and Bill Hyche. We have engineered a 10’ pendulum and fitted the end with a paint container. Our project pushes the boundaries of creativity by applying tight restrictions on the process. ChromaPendulum is part physics, part art and all process.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St, West Courtyard . 512-947-8462 tina@helloyellowfin.com . chromapendulum.com


Chilton Thurow

Furniture, metal, wood Brian Chilton and Trevor Thurow are both artisans and artists. From large-scale architectural structures to intricately designed furniture, they are passionate about creating – most often in metal and wood, using reclaimed materials whenever possible. Their work is a fusion of clean, modern lines with organic materials. They also collaborate with clients in genres from rustic to contemporary.


4715 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-636-5818 brian@brianchilton.com . brianchilton.com

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Nathan Warner . Warbach Lighting & Design

Steel, wood Lighting affects us in every aspect of life. Whether we are working, relaxing, or playing, its subtle effects impact us in a significant way. At WARBACH, we provide a creative and unique alternative. We design each fixture around the personal aesthetic of the client producing a one of a kind functional piece of art. Whether commercial or residential, we see every ceiling as a canvas.


5007 E Cesar Chavez St . 512-522-0564 nathan@warbach.com . warbach.com

Artists & Studios




INDEX 146 1980 East Sixth St 145 3rd/Chicon Studios 118 9th Street Tinkering/Art Oasis: For Kids! 50 A Reflection of Light 40 Alex Abel 39 Luis Abreux 23 Adaptive Reuse Studios 136 AgavePrint 114 Albedo 197 Nimer Aleck II 83 Jann Alexander 83 Troy Allen 110 Alejandra Almuelle 168 Aluxa Studio 43 Neal Andersen 59 Ania and David’s SkyLight Studio 177 Ann-Made 130 Emma Hadzi Antich 119 Milli Apelgren 80 Federico Archuleta 80 Lucero Archuleta 177 Ann Armstrong 86 Daniel Arredondo 115 Art at The Old Gamboa Grocery Store 30 Art Connectors 22 Art From the Streets Pop-Up Gallery 120 Art Therapy Austin 103 Art.Science.Gallery. 163 Artists Screen Printing Co-op 190 ARTPOST 197 Artsy Dreams 106 Atelier 3-D Sculpture Studio 75 Austin ArtCo Group Show 112 Austin Creative Reuse 83 Austin Details Art + Photo 176 Austin Public Library - Cepeda 134 Austin Public Library - Terrazas 104 Austin Public Library - Willie Mae Kirk 14 Austin Public Library - Windsor Park 138 Austin School of Photography 15 The Austin SoundScape Project 104 Austin Working Artists Group Show 169 Austin’s Thin, Green Line. 185 Avalbo Industries, LLC 31 Ethan Azarian

154 The Back Pack 194 Back Porch Studio 55 David Bae 26 Jennifer Balkan 121 Terry Barnes 152 Barrio Mexican Religious Art Studio 182 Robert Bart 88 Inés Batlló 190 Kristy Darnell Battani 67 Jeana Baumgardner 58 Hollis Baxter 142 Tom Beach 142 Beachwalker Boxes 107 Norman Bean 182 Bearded Lady 113 Bee Amour Jewelry Studio 95 Susan Bell 114 BELOW 51 Miranda Bennett 86 Rebecca Bennett 191 Zoe Berg 74 Berlinetta 98 Eliana Bernard 154 Pete Betcher 119 Susan Beth 155 Jonathan Biehl 51 Big Medium Studios at Bolm 59 Big Medium Gallery at Bolm 99 Big Medium Gallery at Canopy 91 BILLY 67 Donna Dechen Birdwell 27 Billy Bishop 65 Susannah Blanton 103 Blue Genie Art Industries 103 Blue Genie Danger Derby 185 Aldo Valdés Böhm 31 Joe Bones 31 The Boneyard 88 Melissa Borrell 191 Bruce Braden 134 Brainstorm Coworking 49 Molly Brau 55 Roze Braunstein 95 Lynne Brotman 191 Chelsea Brouillette

191 Brouillette Colors 67 Philana Brown 120 Nick Brown 192 Jodi Rae Brownstein 179 Michael Brozgul 24 Stacy Brunson 191 Ryan Burkhart 118 Daniel Burns 56 Cricket Burwell 34 Shawn Camp 161 J.J. Campbell 121 CAN Academy 163 Jamie Canfield 175 Eric Cannon 82 Canoe 81 Canopy 135 Javier Lopez Cantu 30 CAP Magazine Anniversary Party 150 Capture the Flag Creative 136 Sean Carnegie 171 Julio Carreon-Reyes 112 Castro House Collaborative 22 The Catahoula Ruby Studio 46 catfoodfever 147 William Cauthern 105 Cayton/Hyland 70 Monica Ceniceros 182 Josh Chalmers 57 Larisa Chavarria 129 Jennifer Chenoweth 199 Chilton Thurow 78 John Christensen 199 ChromaPendulum 78 Sunyong Chung 66 David Clark 114 Jeff Clarke 127 Clayworks Studio Gallery 38 Clementine & Co. Jewelry 16 Bethany Cobb 47 THE COBRA SHOW 46 Cobra Studios 41 Rebecca Cohen 113 Adam Cohen 183 Co-Lab Project Space 43 Richard Cole

128 COLLABnART 25 Sarah Collins 155 Vincent Colvin 142 Common House 96 Cone 10 Clay and Jewelry 33 Ann Conner 97 Stephen Connor 177 Spencer Cook 154 Counter Culture 135 The Creative Arts Society 162 Wendy Crone 136 Craig Crutchfield 113 Kate Csillagi 104 Mimi Curry 17 Katy David 70 Jay Davis 82 Natalie Davis 142 Day at the Beach Studio 70 David de Lara 147 Dear Darkness 107 Barry DeCola 186 Deep Fried Design 186 Delta Millworks 50 Kiah Denson 176 Tony Diaz 139 DiverseArts’ New East Arts Gallery 177 Bobby Dixon 56 Katy Dougharty 27 Drophouse 33 Paul Drown 35 Catherine Dudley 22 Aimi Dunn 64 E. Wildman Gallery 89 e.e.g. creative 179 E4 Gallery and Art Studio 24 East Austin Mosaic 182 East End (Dr)Ink 166 East Side Glass Studio 179 Edwood Studio Coop 46 eleventy-five 166 Jade Elkins 137 EMERGE - Spray Can Art Show 71 Edson Enriquez 105 Jessica Erickson 144 Cheraya Esters 62 Hallie Eubanks 107 Alexandra Eusebi 162 Caleb Owen Everitt 82 Exponential Art 65 Exposure Fine Art Gallery & Studio

191 Fantasy Flower Shop 134 Farewell Books 119 Kristin Farwell 35 Sandra C. Fernandez 138 Festoon 71 Cheryl Finfrock 15 Tim Fischer 186 Tom Fisher 129 Fisterra Studio 33 Flatbed Press and Gallery 43 Flatfork Studio 112 Leah B. Flippen 152 Flotsam Island 177 Fort Tillery 145 the FORT 171 Jenna Foster 179 Brady Shea Foster 106 Framiwwng Reality 50 Israel Freeland 71 Kristin Freeman 63 Laurie Frick 120 G.I.V.E. Gallery @ The Victory Grill 136 The Gallery at Lewis Carnegie 34 Gallery Shoal Creek 89 Emily Galusha 136 Mo Gambill 161 Gandy Dancers 16 Michael Garcia 94 Matt Garcia 155 Laritza Garcia 72 Brooke Gassiot 59 Sarita Geisel 54 William Geisler 146 Jordan Gentry 104 Getaway Motor Club 113 Anna Gieselman 78 Ginko Studios 187 Hawkeye Glenn 91 Steven Glicker 131 Gluu Garden 94 Mark Goodman 90 Scott David Gordon 115 Gourmands East Side Portrait Project 80 Graffiti Western 127 Graphic Glass Studios 72 Morgan Grasham 127 John Gray 127 Chris Gray 134 Jennie Tudor Gray 159 Anastasia Grebnova

178 Green Summit Studio 171 Satch Grimley 30 Gigi Grinstad 154 Group Show Bicycle Art 105 H A O M A 23 Roy Hall 167 Michael W. Hall 97 Hollis Hammonds 47 Bobby Hamric 54 Philip Harrell 121 Derrick Harris 178 Hatch Workshop 50 Rothko Hauschildt 153 Kate Hellenbeck 40 Matthew Helveston 146 Adreon Henry 130 Norman Hera 183 Katelena Hernandez 159 Melanie Hickerson 96 Carol Hirsh 192 Dollie Hodges 106 James Hoeffner 151 Daphne Holland 72 Soña Holman 174 Cass Hook 138 HOPE Farmers Market 127 Hops for HOPE: Art & Beer Bazaar 171 HORSESHOE 192 Jill Hubley 119 David Huebel 105 Judibeth Hunter 111 Traci Hutson 102 IEI Austin Gallery 40 IlluminaCity 32 Imagine Art 31 In House Gallery 161 Indio Arts 176 Industry Print Shop 113 Inked Animal 102 Invenio Studio 110 iona handcrafted books 42 Larry Isgur 144 Jamie Jack 27 Travis Jarrell 171 JCR WORKSHOP 73 Nicole Jeffords 137 Melissa Taylor Jenkins 193 Kelsey Jenkinson 105 Jet 158 Michelle John

119 Tony Johnson 184 Brian David Johnson 73 Darvin Jones 184 Justine’s Brasserie 66 Kartwheel Craftsmanship 136 Bart Kibbe 96 Carolyn Kimball 169 KINCANNON STUDIOS 81 Jack King 65 Stacy Kirk 177 KLCTVE 73 Maggie Kleinpeter 78 Philippe Klinefelter 119 Lauren Klotzman 31 Melissa Knight 90 William Knopp 119 kollektívKino 191 Kong Screen Printing 98 Keith Kreeger 88 Jaelah Kuehmichel 145 Jeremy Kunzinger 113 Ben Labay 170 LaLa 162 LAND 167 Gabe Langholtz 18 Laura Latimer 134 Andrew Laumann 75 Haley Lebeuf 17 LeDoux’s Roots in the Garden 74 Kafka Lenton 15 David Leonard 185 Chris Levack 71 Limbo Jewelry Design 161 Link & Pin 58 Shea Little 119 Little east 26 Little Pink Monster Gallery 169 Drew Liverman 38 Lori Lockhart 187 Elizabeth Lodowski 110 Nicole Long 150 Andrew Long 46 Cynthia Ann Lost Howling Wolf 16 John Mark Luke 184 Lumiere Tintype Photobooth 190 Court Lurie 170 Laisa Macias 193 Brian Maclaskey-Edwards 193 Lynnea Maclaskey-Edwards 193 Lucy MacQueen

174 Jonathan (Chaka) Mahone 62 MakeATX 175 Abby Rose Mandel 24 Karen Maness 102 Gert Johan Manschot 35 Katie Maratta 158 Katrina Marhefka 48 MaribelZ’ Studio 33 Truman Marquez 152 Caroline Martinez 151 Virginia Headley Maserang 169 MASS Gallery 42 Massif Concrete 158 Jessica Mathews 146 Sheri Mays 167 Brian McAnulty 49 Sun McColgin 105 Jason McDonald 159 Kelli McDonald 91 Terri McGee 32 Rebecca McGinnis 107 Jeff McGlew 186 Drew McGuire 79 Colin McIntyre 153 Ryan McKerley 74 Landry McMeans 122 Mo McMorrow 56 Kevin McNamee-Tweed 136 Wyatt McSpadden 55 Revi Meicler 179 Metalshop Studio 86 Metropolitan Gallery 194 Paul Meyer 183 Aaron Michalovic 198 David Mills 110 Mychal Mitchell 64 Ray Ray Mitrano 192 ModernMess 18 Modplexi 38 Anis Mojgani 158 MOJO by Dr. John 160 Pat Molina 175 Elliot Morgan 178 Derek Mulch 142 Keith Mullins 104 John Mulvany 81 The Museum of Human Achievement 186 Francisco Navarro 122 Bianca Neal 79 Nest

74 Phillip Nichols 119 Dan Noack 129 North Door Exhibition 145 Katrina O Day 34 O2 Gallery at Flatbed Press 27 Obsolete Industries 198 Paul Clarence Oglesby, Jr. 143 Okay Mountain 57 Francis O’Leary 152 Greg Olson 176 Oobites 139 OPTICS: Austin Art Photography 143 Orbit Salon 91 Diego Osio 98 Chun Hui Pak 43 Paleo Denim 49 Pandora Studios 99 Ricardo Paniagua 119 Kevin Parks-Hauser 144 Peep Show 168 Tyson Pendergrass 79 Molly Pennington 126 Elvia Perrin 168 Petrified Design 49 Brian L. Phillips 58 Joseph Phillips 162 The Phoenix 127 Pine Street Station 130 Katie Rose Pipkin 99 Rino Pizzi 26 Alan Pogue 23 Liz Potter 64 Ruthie Powers 136 Pritchel & Hardy 151 Prizer 66 Pump Project Art Complex 62 Pump Project Satellite Studios 152 R A W Collective 75 Michelle Rahbar 32 Howard Rains 145 Griffon Ramsey 17 JR RAPIER 54 Susan Kemner Reed 41 Resonance Studio 49 Revival Cycles 118 Alonso Rey 162 Ryan Rhodes 111 Gwendolyn Rice 87 Keva Richardson 194 Lacey Richter

169 144 137 25 14 128 96 95 161 24 59 87 18 82 18 42 122 194 123 43 39 34 63 79 190 168 196 151 131 139 168 94 195 24 123 42 163 19 128 102 32 19 39 150 153 43 90 119 90 18

Michael Ricioppo Sophie Roach Don Rock T.R. Rodriquez Scott Rolfe Jamie Rood Rosarium School of Arts and Magic Rebecca Rothfus Rural Rooster RUST RED STUDIO David A Saenz Priscilla Sage Wendy Saha Andrew Saldana Janna Sammon Francesca Samsel Lys Santamaria Scott Saunders Dustin Schaible Faith Schexnayder Jessica Schmidt Bob Schneider Eva Schone Melanie Schopper Tina Schweiger Agnes Seebass Travis Seeger Kathie Sever Shakespeare for Kids by Kids: Screenings Shakespeare for Kids by Kids: Performance Taylor Shaw Patricia Siegel George Silas Pascal Simon A.J. Simon Jim Sipowicz Sky Candy The Skylark Lounge Nellie Slayden Slick: A Response to the Gulf Spill Slugfest Printmaking Workshop Gregory Truett Smith Carl Smith Pehr Smith Jack Smith Smith Road Studios Flip Solomon Soma Vida Son of a Sailor Melissa Sonzala

184 Splinter Group North 187 Splinter Group South 158 Spruce Jewelry 38 Emily Spykman 193 Squid Ink Kollective 170 Squidrabbit 185 Andy St. Martin 195 Julie Stansberry 174 Scout Stormcloud 15 Peter Struble 47 Studio 727 87 Studio SloMo 160 Laura Sturtz 65 Tom Suhler 111 John Swanger 57 Jana Swec 66 Joseph Swec 48 Pablo Taboada 126 Take Heart 195 Foster Talge 90 Jessica Tata 129 TechShop 161 Justin Telepak 23 Christine Terrell 137 Terror and Chaos Studios 105 Test Tube 143 Megan Thigpen 127 Reji Thomas 119 Sarah Throop 111 Tillery St. Plant Co. 120 Tiny Park 89 James Tisdale 19 Marie Tobola 25 Erik Tragus 59 Transatlantic-Texas 96 Michelle Traughber 63 TROPHYOLOGY 126 TSOS in EAST 30 Twelfth Street Studios 119 Raymond Uhlir 155 UP Collective 196 Celina Vallarta 154 Amanda Van Ast 196 Sara Vanderbeek 176 Pascale Vial 144 The Viewing Room 66 The Village 114 Jacob Villanueva 197 Carolina Villarreal 19 Emilio Villarruel

82 Jamie Wade 83 Jess Wade 48 Mary Wadham 22 Jessica Wagner 47 Valerie Waisanen 142 Amanda Walker 199 Warbach Lighting & Design 199 Nathan Warner 89 Cari Washburn 102 Brittany Watkins 170 Carly Weaver 198 NJ Weaver 197 Jason Webb 41 Sally Weber 131 Lee Webster 97 Peggy Weiss 34 Tina Weitz 136 Woody Welch 46 Jessica Wells 48 Wells Mason Gallery 160 George Wert 147 Carey West 112 Clayton Westmeier 184 Adrian Whipp 99 Whitebox Studio 67 Wide World Home Art & Photography 94 Wildfire Studio 64 Erica Wildman 123 Baron Wilson 135 Liliana Wilson 184 Jon Windham 14 Windsor Arts: Artists Out of the Dark 41 Wink Studios 41 Amy Winkler 81 Amanda Winkles 80 Valerie Wolf 63 Women Printmakers of Austin 40 WOODSHED 51 Karen Woodward 126 Elton Woolsey 166 Leigh Taylor Wyatt 87 Sarah Wymer 178 Michael Yates 142 Yellow Jacket Social Club 106 InYoung Yeo 187 Joseph Zambarano 134 Javier Zamora 115 Zimmerhaus 114 Rhonda Zoch

SPONSORS + THANKS FUNDERS City of Austin Texas Commission on the Arts

PARTNERS Art Alliance Austin Austin Public Library Capitol View Arts

SPONSORS Austin Chronicle KLRU CultureMap Immediatag Austin Monthly Tito’s Handmade Vodka St. Arnold Brewing Company Austin Eastciders Yellow Jacket Social Club Hillside Farmacy Rio’s Brazilian Cafe Gourmands DJ Gabe Vaughn Nature’s Treasures

INDIVIDUAL SPONSORS Desmond Ng and Donald Mason Elisa and Joel Sumner Michael and Wendy Arbuckle Steve Redman

SPECIAL THANKS Kirk Anders​ David Barrow Kim Beale April Burcham Jeremy Burks Jaime Castillo Chris Coakley Kevin Collins Shara Funari Clifford Gillard Asa Hursh Bill Jeffers

Julie Konvicka Keith Kreeger Jaelah Kuehmichel Daryl Kunik Jon Lawrence Amber LeFrance Luxe Interiors + Design Kevin McNamee-Tweed Ryan McKerley Philip Nadasdy Frank X. O’Leary Joseph Pagano Karina Persson Meredith Powell Joe Rizzo Bill Roberts Carlos Rodriguez-Brondo Cindy Salome Mano Samayoa Scott Saunders Stephanie Scherzer Michael Schliefke Eve Tarlo Jason Tuggle Heather Wagner-Reed Amanda Winkles Danny Witte Leigh Wyatt

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