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THIRTEENTH EDITION PRINTED IN TEXAS by American Printing & Mailing 1606 Headway Circle • Austin, Texas 78754 americanprinters.com All works represented in this catalog were reproduced with expressed permission from the artists. All text and images are copyrighted by the individual artist and may not be reproduced without their consent. Copyright © 2014 East Austin Studio Tour All rights reserved.

BIG MEDIUM Big Medium, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization based in Austin Texas whose 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 Gallery at Canopy. We provide affordable studio space for artists at two locations and seek opportunities with various arts organizations and artists to initiate and support unique and creative projects. 916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2 #101, Austin, TX 78702 (512) 939-6665 bigmedium.org • info@bigmedium.org







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EAST 2014


Big Medium presents the 13th East Austin Studio Tour! EAST is a free, annual, self-guided art event occurring over two weekends in November, providing the public with an opportunity to meet the makers: the local artists and artisans who leave a lasting imprint on Austin’s vibrant, dynamic culture. Tour-goers are invited to discover new artistic talent, see working studios, learn about artists’ tools, techniques, and inspirations, and explore unique exhibition spaces and local businesses.

Select Events are projects or events, organized in collaboration with Big Medium. These events highlight partnerships that provide financial or ideological support for both parties involved, as well as a unique experience for the audience.

EAST BASICS WHAT TO SEE & WHEN TO SEE IT EAST is divided into four participant categories: Artists & Studios, Exhibitions, Happenings, and Select Events. Artists & Studios and Exhibitions are free to the public and open on the weekends of NOV 15-16 & 22-23 from 11am 6pm. Happenings are also free, occurring on the weekends of the tour with varying hours. Select Events happen throughout tour weekends, as well as during the weekdays/ nights in between and may cost money to attend. EAST GEOGRAPHY East of I-35 West of Hwy 183 South of Hwy 290 North of Ladybird Lake / Colorado River COLLECTIVE COURTESY Please keep in mind that many WEST locations are in residential areas. Our neighbors have been very 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; drive and park your cars thoughtfully; and whenever possible, use bikes or public transportation to navigate your way around the tour. FOR MORE INFORMATION east.bigmedium.org east@bigmedium.org (512) 939-6665


ARTISTS & STUDIOS This is where the creativity begins. For many of these spaces, this is the only time of year that you can get a special glimpse into the inspiration, process, and techniques of the artist. In this category, you can see home studios, spaces in larger studio complexes, or stand-alone commercial studios. MAP SYMBOL

EXHIBITIONS Exhibitions take place in spaces that are either dedicated to exhibiting art year-round or have created shows specifically for EAST at their location. In this category, you can see galleries, theatres, or museums as well as a few select non-arts-based spaces. MAP SYMBOL

HAPPENINGS Happenings are singular events, contained within a 24-hour period. This category may include special exhibitions, installations, temporary or permanent public art, competitions, art-centered celebrations, educational programming, and art-themed parties. Be sure to check the date and time for each Happening. MAP SYMBOL




Shea Little Director

The EAST mobile website is a free online companion to the EAST catalog, offering a way for the mobile technorati among you to plan your tour. The mobile website includes images, statements, descriptions, and location information for all EAST artists and exhibitions. Use it to search for your favorite spots or scan a list of categories; create a custom list of favorite artists and exhibitions; and use navigation tools to find your way from spot to spot while you’re out on the tour. Additionally, the mobile site will allow you to search by medium. Use the icons below as you navigate the tour on the go.

Jon Windham Graphic Design, Illustration, Production Jordan Gentry Program & Event Coordination, Communications Tiffany L. Coghill Director of Operations, Accounting, Advertising Kevin McNamee-Tweed Gallery Curator, Studio Manager Nana Mensah Development




Melinda Gonzales Boe Event Coordinator PR, Marketing, and Sponsor Development Juice Consulting







Interns Andrea Eller, Jacqueline Golden, Kathryn Hedley, Michelle Jacobson, Sydney Vize, Estefania Marquez Volunteers Jennifer Hassin, Erin Smego










The EAST and WEST catalogs are an evolving physical representation of all Austin artists who participate in the tours and the work they create. Big Medium does not set any content guidelines for artists or exercise any predetermined censorship when producing the catalogs and websites. We ask you to please be aware that the 2014 EAST catalog and website may contain some images with sexual content, nudity, or violence. We understand and appreciate that some individuals may find certain images controversial. We respect those opinions and are always open to community feedback.

THANK YOU EAST SUBTERRANE: Segment 2: Anima Analum



Big Medium is suppor ted in par t by the Cultural Ar ts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Depar tment. Big Medium is also suppor ted by the Texas Commission on the Ar ts and by generous contributions from private donors.



THANK YOU Austin Public Library Art Alliance Austin Capitol View Arts French Legation Museum City of Austin Cultural Arts Division Texas Commission on the Arts Tito’s Handmade Vodka ZipCar KIND

Dos Equis Blanton Museum of Art Austin B-cycle KLRU Austin Chronicle Arts + Culture Austin Monthly KOOP Time Warner Cable News

Glasstire Do512 Culturemap Austin Austin Eastciders Wunder-Pilz Uchi Hillside Farmacy Salt & Time Contigo

Lick Daily Greens Whole Foods Chameleon Cold-Brew White Mountain Foods Fair Market

SPECIAL THANKS Carlos Rodriguez-Brondo Jon Lawrence Jana Swec Melinda Gonzales Boe Tiffany Coghill Heather Wagner Reed Amber LaFrance Keith Kreeger Joseph Pagano Karina Persson Austin Adams Meredith Bossin Lizzie Brenner April Burcham

Jamie Castillo Morgan Catalina Sunyong Chung Chris Coakley Kevin Collins Waller Creek Jillian Curran Andy Fife Ed Gibson Clifford Gillard Laura Donnelly Gonzalez Stacey Hoyt Asa Hursh Rainey Knudson

Daryl Kunik Alexis Lanman Line Upon Line Ann Lee Mike Martinez Virginia McRee Tess Menconi Will Meredith Mary Morse Kristin Nelson Chantal Nieft Barbara Parham Joseph Phillips Nicole Portwood

Meredith Powell Les RAV Steve Redman Crystal Rios Jesse Sachs Kathleen Stimpert Eve Tarlo Danielle Thomas Coco Vargas Natalie Villarreal Laura Williamson Martha George Withers Yoshie Yano-Pennings Abe Zimmerman

Corazon Apartments DCrain DJ Big Face E3 Properties East Side Pies Fair Market Harry Ransom Center Mary Hunter Studio Industry Print shop Jerry's Artarama

Justine's Brasserie Kincannon Studios Kome / Sa-Tén / Daruma Ramen Michael Hsu Office of Architecture Mike Tolleson & Associates Moxie Realty Group Nannie Inez Newcastle Homes Peggy Weiss Photo Méthode Gallery

Rare Trends Salt and Time Skout Real Estate Switched On Take Heart James Tisdale Ceramic Sculpture Tito’s Handmade Vodka Uncommon Objects Wally Workman Gallery Wexel Art

Jennifer Gomez Barra Gustafson John Halaburt Kurt Hanley Jennifer Hassin Michael Hsu Jessica Illarramendi Bonny Johnson Kwaku Kufuor Frank Lawlor Jascha Little Margaret MacCary Nancy Maclaine Chad Maniccia Margaret McNamee

Joseph Mensah Virginia Montgomery Lauren Moorman Mary Morse John Mulvany Schuyler E. Nelson-Brown Jonathon Newkirk Desmond Ng Laney Odom Samuel Pate Denaka Perry Joshua Peterson Diana Phillips Ronald Pippin Erika Propst

Tiffany Rasco Steve Redman Cecelia Russell Susan Shahan Reza Shirazi Jessica Shore Joel Sumner Barbara Swec Terri Thomas & Randy Potts Joy Timmons Leslie Unger Claude Van Lingen Sara Vanderbeek Cinde Weatherby

ADVERTISERS Armadillo Christmas Bazaar Art from the Streets Austin Community College Linda Bagwell Bird's Barbershop Blanton Museum of Art Camiba Art Capital Area Counseling City of Austin Cultural Arts Division The Contemporary Austin

DONORS Alexander Amponsah Charlene Ansley Sarah Atlee Phillip F Auth Sarah Beauchamp Rebecca Bennett Monica Boulton Tana Busch Jim Butler & Lynn Whitten Molly Casey Olivia D'Ambrosio William Dibrell Paula Fontaine-Haake Janet Fulk Carolyn Gee




Thursday, NOV 6 • 6:00 - 10:00 PM Big Medium will launch the 2014 East Austin Studio Tour with the highly-anticipated fall fundraiser, DUE EAST!, on Thursday, November 6. Big Medium is taking over 1501 E 6th St – the old Nuevo Leon restaurant – and transforming it into an arts destination for a limited time only. DUE EAST! will be your first opportunity to explore and purchase the work of over 250 EAST artists featured in the group exhibition. Dine on sumptuous bites from local top restaurants and enjoy Tito’s Handmade Vodka mixed cocktails and Dos Equis beer. Musical entertainment will be provided by chamber pop group Les Rav and DJ Bigface. All event proceeds help fund Big Medium’s EAST programming, including the EAST Fellowship Program. Tickets: $50 in advance and $65 at the door. Visit east.bigmedium.org to purchase tickets and support EAST. DUE EAST! is sponsored by Tito's Handmade Vodka · Dos Equis · KIND · Zipcar · Austin Eastciders · Loudmouth Rentals Hillside Farmacy · Salt & Time · Uchi · Contigo · Lick Ice Creams · Whole Foods · Wunder-Pilz Kombucha · Industry Print Shop

1501E 6th St • east.bigmedium.org





Thursday, NOV 6 - Sunday, NOV 23 The East Austin Studio Tour Group Exhibition captures the tour in one expansive show. With over 250 EAST ar tists par ticipating, you can get a real feel for the whole tour in one vibrant location. Explore a wide range of media and styles in small format to discover your favorite EAST ar tists. Catalogs and maps will be provided to help you better plan your tour as you come across interesting work in the show. All pieces are for sale and a por tion of the proceeds benefit Big Medium. Regular Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12:00 - 6:00 PM • EAST Weekends: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

1501E 6th St • (512) 939-6665 • east.bigmedium.org • east@bigmedium.org




Art Night EAST

Friday, NOV 14 • 7:00 - 11:00 PM Art Night EAST is the official preview kick-off to the East Austin Studio Tour. Celebrate this unique Austin event with a multi-venue cultural experience. Visit four art spaces, meet gallery directors and artists, and learn about East Austin art. Each site will be paired with fine tastings, drinks, and sounds. A bus service is provided to take you through the city and deliver you to each site. Venues: Big Medium, MASS Gallery, grayDUCK Gallery, Co-Lab Projects Tickets: $55



Eyes Got It!

Saturday, NOV 8 • 1:00 - 5:00 PM Eyes Got It! is an open call art competition inspired by arts based, realityTV game shows. Salvador Castillo created it to demystify the juried show process, offer critical feedback and highlight artists working in the central Texas community. A panel of local arts professionals conduct the review process in front of a public audience and after 3 rounds of elimination will award one artist a solo exhibition at grayDUCK Gallery in 2015. Besides prizes generously sponsored by art orgs, the Top 10 semi-finalists are invited to participate in Group Hug 2015 curated by Jill Schroeder of grayDUCK Gallery. Last year’s winner, Grace Lee Lawrence, will select her favorite amongst the Top 10 to show at the EAST Group Exhibition space during this year's tour. Eyes Got It! offers critical reviews and exhibition opportunities for artists.

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Community Breakfast at the French Legation Museum


Saturday, NOV 15 • 9:00 - 11:00 AM Join us on the first Saturday of EAST for a community breakfast on the lawn of the French Legation Museum. Start your 2014 EAST with food, drinks, and enjoy the beautiful historic grounds. Bring your catalog and your appetite! Free and open to everyone.

802 San Marcos St • frenchlegationmuseum.org Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Custodians

Creative Action Opening Party


Saturday, NOV 15 • 1:00 - 4:00 PM Celebrate the grand opening of the Center for Creative Action. Enjoy activities for friends and family of all ages! Create a work of art, join in on the drums, act out a character in the photo booth, watch student films in the movie house, or learn a new craft! Free snacks and drinks for kids, teens, and adults. As part of the grand opening, an exhibition titled, "Creativity has a Home", will highlight and celebrate the talent of Creative Action’s students, teachers, staff, friends & supporters, volunteers, and board members.

2921 E 17th St, Bldg B • (512) 442-8773 info@creativeaction.org • creativeaction.org EAST AUSTIN STUDIO TOUR 2014



Sunday School presented by SXSW

Sunday, NOV 16 • 3:00 - 9:00 PM End your EAST opening weekend with us at Sunday School presented by SXSW. We'll be having a little celebration of our hometown's creativity featuring some of our favorite artists and creators. We'll have a place to park your bike, bites from local food trucks, and libations for as long as they last. Jes Carpenter and friends will be getting the dance floor moving as the sun sets. Make sure to enter the auction for a chance to win a pair of SXSW wristbands and other prizes, benefiting our friends at Big Medium. Check out www.sundaysundaysunday.club for any updates!

Delta Millworks • 4701 E 5th St


Canopy Night

Saturday, NOV 15 • 6:00 - 8:00 PM As Big Medium hosts the opening reception of Barna Kantor’s solo exhibition, we ask that you join us Saturday November 15th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Canopy for extended EAST hours! Spend the day touring studios, exhibitions, and events around East Austin and continue the celebration with the studios and galleries at Canopy.

916 Springdale Rd • canopyaustin.com 20


Victory Lap at The Historic Victory Grill


Saturday, NOV 15 • 6:00 - 10:00 PM 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 Artist, Riders Against The Storm "Austin's Band Of The Year and Austin Best Hip Hop Band" music, drinks, food and community artisans. Come dance, and meet your neighbors, talk with artists and other EAST goers about what you've seen 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 info@capitolviewarts.org • capitolviewarts.org



Tuesday, NOV 18 • 7:30 PM PopUp Dinner at Justine’s Secret Dining House. Chefs and artists collaborate in a blend of well-crafted craft, food and drink. Artists: Keith Kreeger, Michael McCarthy, Ryan McKerley, Abigail Murray. Chefs: Casey Wilcox of Justine’s, Clinton Kendall of Qui, James Dumapit of Uchiko, Jasmine Jones of Lenoir, Fiore Tedesco of L’oca Dora and Amanda Turner of Odd Duck. Ticketing info at makeeatdrink.com - A portion of the proceeds will benefit Big Medium.

1303 E 7th St • makeeatdrink.com




B-social Art Ride presented by Austin B-cycle and Big Medium

Wednesday, NOV 19 • 6:00 - 9:00 PM Austin B-cycle and Big Medium team up to provide this exclusive, up-close and personal experience with a select group of local artists. Enjoy a group ride on Austin B-cycle to different studios for an intimate conversation with the artists. Delicious sips and bites will be provided at each stop. Live music and live artwork will be on display at the final stop as all the artists join to celebrate. Tickets: $50 each Includes: bites, sips, Austin B-cycle 24-hour access pass, event tee shirt! Register for this event at eventbrite.com.

Various locations on EAST • austin.bcycle.com


Latinitas Photography Show MezcladaGirl

Saturday, NOV 22 • 12:00 - 5:00 PM A young Latina in Austin is part of the city’s largest youth population. But, she is not monolithic. In a way, she’s indefinable – she’s a Spanish speaker and she’s not, native and foreign born, she likes and doesn’t like guacamole, maduras and California rolls. For EAST, Latinitas presents a visual “punto de vista” using photography and mixed media. The work is generated by hundreds of Latina girls at Latinitas’ after school enrichment programs, which are focused on empowering Hispanic girls and teens using media and technology. The photography sale will benefit Latinitas college scholarship fund for its program leaders.

4926 E Cesar Chavez • (512) 900-0304 austin@latinitasmagazine.org • laslatinitas.com 22


Blue Genie Danger Derby


Saturday, NOV 22 • 7:00 - 11:00 PM Thought we couldn't top the 2013 Blue Genie Danger Derby? Think again! Build the pinewood car of your nightmares to battle for victory in our biggest, rowdiest, dangerest Derby yet. Local vendors satisfy your thirst and hunger while the two-story hazard course satisfies your appetite for destruction. Visit dangerderby.com to register and find out more. Come and break it!

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 4, #102 • (512) 444-6655 natalie@bluegenieart.com • dangerderby.com




Scott Rolfe Assemblage

I am an assemblage artist who takes unwanted 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 titled The Tricksters, featuring mischievous figures of myth and legend from different cultures in a variety of styles.


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

Gabe Langholtz guest of Scott Rolfe Acrylic, mediums, grease pencils, oil pastels, paper

Gabe Langholtz is an American abstract painter from Austin, TX. His paintings have appeared in multiple galleries, print publications, television, and film. His work, although primarily representational, is seminal to American color field painting, focusing on color relations, pattern making, form and line with little concern for depth and proportion.


1305 Glencrest Dr • (512) 925-0878 glangholtz-art@yahoo.com • gabelangholtz.com

Gary B. Flemmons • Cement Loop Oil, bronze casting, stone carving, ceramics, wood

My work begins with a feeling. I hear a phrase, or read something, which evokes an emotion, and a picture appears in my mind of what that feeling means to me. The painting or sculpture I create externalizes the emotion so I can communicate with others.

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5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • gbflemmons@austin.rr.com facebook.com/garyb.flemmons.art

Matt Mikulla • Matt Mikulla Fine Art and Photography Cement Loop Photography

I specialize in creating fine art photographs in both color and black and white. My subjects include (but are not limited to) landscape, architecture, toys and the abstract. My pieces are collected by both emerging and seasoned art collectors to be displayed in homes and businesses.

5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • (512) 777-0845 mattmikulla.com


Bethany Cobb Drawing, painting, illustration

My work focuses on the human figure in everyday situations and quiet moments as well as the whimsy of creating children's illustrations.

1303 Ridgemont Dr bethanycobb@live.com • facebook.com/bcobbgal


John Mark Luke guest of Bethany Cobb Sculpture

Making art is my sustenance, and the studio my sanctuary.

1303 Ridgemont Dr • (512) 567-5784 john@johnmarkluke.com • johnmarkluke.com



Michael Garcia Oil, acrylic painting

When I was a young boy, my grandmother crocheted a blanket for me out of dime-store yarn. Its bright colors fascinated me. They felt like a beautiful and magical expression of her love. Now, as an artist, color continues to fascinate and engage me. In Spanish, the only language my grandmother spoke, corazon means heart. It is the beginning place of CorazonArt.com.


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

David Leonard Oil on canvas

"David Leonard uses the urban landscape as his inspiration. In his oil paintings – and in a signature muted palette – Leonard painstakingly depicts the density and ordered chaos of our modern existence by combining a macro-perspective with micro-precision detail." – Austin American Statesman


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

Cecily Johnson • Studio Yo Photography

My photography is the tool I use to preserve my present for the future. I took my first photography course in 1988 at Bowie High School here in Austin, Texas. Since then, "photographer" has been at the core of my identity. The Bayou Lafourche series is my purest work: it is an intensely personal photographic exploration of Southeastern Louisiana and the bayou country where I was raised.

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2015 Lazy Brook • (512) 921-2957 cecilyjo@gmail.com • facebook.com/studioyoaustin

Rebecca Klier guest of Cecily Johnson Painting, drawing, mixed media

For me, art is a way of documenting fleeting moments in time such as a shy smile or intricate patterns of a blooming flower. I use nature as my muse, particularly in my latest works with acrylic on canvas. I’ve gone a bit more abstract than in the past, but continue to find likenesses to my favorite wildflowers and garden plants hidden in the strokes and textures of the paints. 2015 Lazy Brook • rebecca@deutschemexicana.com deutschemexicana.com


Terry and Sarah Snow • Chaos Woods Woodworking

Out of Chaos Woods come curiosities, toys and other crafts. These intergalactic wooden creations are made by Terry and Sarah Snow. Inspired by a love of unique toys and comic books we hope children of all ages will make lasting memories with the objects we create. We welcome kids and parents to our studio for fun activities and to learn about our process. Please visit our website at chaoswoods.com. 5335 Westminster Dr • thereisnoterry@gmail.com chaoswoods.com


Kanya Lyons • artiswhatyoumake Mixed media

I reclaim found objects – juxtaposing rusty junk, broken toys and defunct technology with metal and fiber to create mixed media sculptures. Loose ends, imperfections, impermanence and existentialism fuel my creative explorations.

1808 Adina St • kanyalyons@gmail.com artiswhatyoumake.tumblr.com



Miabella Mojica guest of Kanya Lyons Mixed media

Years ago, by layering pieces of art I've created through my paintings and mixed media, I stumbled upon a new digital zen practice that resulted in the creation of some mesmerizing mandalas, or sacred art circles. I make them for the zen of creating and have found immense healing through this process. I choose to show them because the responses I've received fill my heart with love and gratitude.


1808 Adina St • heartsoulart@gmail.com heartsoulart.com

Brandon C Ellis guest of Kanya Lyons Photography

The way to freedom is within the people; the way to the people is within their art. Everything begins with a photograph. Then carefully deconstructed and reconstructed until the final image, reveals itself. Hashtag:: Control...Rebel... Create…


1808 Adina St • (512) 228-0715 brandon@brandoncellis.com • brandoncellis.com

Save the Humans guest of Kanya Lyons Painting, drawing, mixed media on wood panels

“Majestic human forms seem to dance and play in an ethereal world. Fantastic places delicately laced with stories, dreams and subtle magic. Organic worlds made by the machine elves that live in our subconscious minds.” – Save the Humans

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1808 Adina St • (512) 828-1814 dolfine@gmail.com • svthhmns.org

Carl Smith Visual Art Studio Acrylic on canvas, paper

For EAST 2014 I have almost 200 original artworks for sale. No prints, only originals starting around $15 and up (and up). Assemblages, abstract landscapes and non-objective paintings in acrylic on canvas, watercolor paper, etc. Please check out www.carlsmith29.wix.com/arts for more information.

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


John Lockhart • Carbonista! Carbon prints, alternative photography

I transform photographic images into carbon prints. Once an elite and highly prized process, carbon is now practiced by a few enthusiasts and appreciated for its unique aesthetic and unsurpassed archival quality. In my work, I seek to combine images with the authenticity and immediacy of street photography with a painstaking approach to each print as a handcrafted fine art artifact. 1209 Eleanor St • (512) 786-8076 john@johnlockhart.net • johnlockhart.photography


Alex Abel Oil, acrylic, pen and ink

Paintings inspired by lust and violence.

4807 Sara Dr • (512) 905-1946 • alex.abel@att.net



Sertodo Copper Copper

Sertodo Copper is an international cooperative of Master copper artesans based in Austin, Texas and Michoacan, Mexico. We create, fabricate and produce unique, high quality hammered copper work using techniques and technology that range from pre-colombian to modern day. Please join us for an exciting display of the many ways we make our materials shine.


3615 Oak Springs Dr • (512) 923-4885 sertodocopper@sertodo.com • sertodo.com

Brady Shea Foster guest at Sertodo Copper Metals

Art comes from the hands of any willing person. This year I will be showing with my dear friends at Sertodo Copper. We will be demonstrating throughout the tour. So come and watch hot iron and copper forging, try your hand, or sign up for a class to do it later. There will be all sorts of hand made copper, steel, and wood items to see and take home. We look forward to having you! Enjoy the Tour!


3615 Oak Springs Dr • (512) 992-5822 bradyfoster@gmail.com • bradyfoster.com

Domi Goods guest at Sertodo Copper Woodwork, furniture

DomiGoods is the design studio and workshop of Philip D Hernandez, woodworker, designer and artist. Specializing in functional objects for the domicile and daily life, thoughtfully crafted by hand.

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3615 Oak Springs Dr • (512) 565-2039 hello@domigoods.com • domigoods.com

WOODSHED Wood, furniture

WOODSHED is Matthew's creative portal and passion for fabricating furniture and home goods people can enjoy for the rest of their lives. Every board is meticulously hand-selected and honed to celebrate the natural beauty of the wood grain. Simplicity in details and quality in materials is found in every piece produced.

3502 Oak Springs Drive • (512) 294-0618 helvestonic@gmail.com • wouldwood.com


Clementine & Co. Studio Fine metal jewelry

Designer and metalsmith Emily Spykman is the maker behind Clementine & Co. Jewelry. The style is elegantly simple and organic, heirloom quality jewelry. The materials used, from fine metals to found objects, are chosen for their integrity and sustianability, in addition to their beauty.

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


Katy David Pysanky method Batik eggshells

I create my artwork using a centuries-old technique called Pysanky. This is a batik-type process using beeswax, a small heated funnel, and aniline dyes on eggshells that results in intricately layered patterns of color, geometry and two-dimensional line on a three-dimensional surface. My inspiration comes from traditional Pysanky, Japanese textiles, Middle Eastern tiles and modern graphics. 2204 Palo Pinto Dr • (512) 965-7061 katydavidart@gmail.com • katydavidart.com



Janna Sammon Acrylic, pastel, pencil, mixed media on wood, paper

listen. question. trust. play. let go. these are qualities i bring to my art and my art brings to my life. layer upon layer, i have a conversation with each piece - and then stand back and see what evolves.


2009 Airport Blvd • (512) 970-3849 jsammon@austin.rr.com • jannasammon.com

Jesse Reno guest of Janna Sammon Acrylic, oil pastel, pencil

my latest works deal with the idea of fragments and connection. feeling rather than knowing. choosing instinct over logic to achieve desire rather than defined outcomes. the chaos of volcanoes, a collapsing avalanche, the weight of an anchor. the idea of buoyancy over balance. some locks do not open with keys. freedom comes from belief and choice, and all things are connected.


2009 Airport Blvd • (503) 235-8549 jesse@jessereno.com • jessereno.com

Wiliam Cauthern guest of Janna Sammon Block prints, sculpture

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.

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2009 Airport Blvd • (512) 589-3834 wcauthern@gmail.com • cauthern.com

Modplexi guest of Janna Sammon Collage on plexiglas

Collage art, all hand-cut and constructed on plexiglas. Each piece starts with one found image that sends us digging for the rest of the visual story. Cut, distort, corrupt, and reconstruct.

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


Laura Latimer guest of Janna Sammon Mixed media on panel, paper

Compositions often begin with underlying structures, which are then overlaid with patterns of color, shape and texture. An element of chance is injected through materials and processes that cannot be easily controlled or replicated. The unpredictable, and often, unintended results become an essential part of the work.

2009 Airport Blvd • (512) 484-2432 info@lauralatimer.com • lauralatimer.com


Jessica Ann Wagner • The Catahoula Ruby Studio Photography, painting, drawing, mixed media, performance

My current work emanates a shared experience through solidarity combined with memory. Through language and pictorial representations I archive my social interactions, emotionally disabling events, passing moments, and changing life hypotheses. Historical references relating to feminist theory entwine with the catalogue of my personal history. The result always being "The personal is political." 4214 Wilshire Pkwy • (773) 988-6062 jesuka77@gmail.com • jessicaawagner.com



Claire Bresette, Sharon Hartman, Meg McLaughlin Pink Box Drawing, watercolor, ceramic tiles

The ladies of the Pink Box invite you into a world of uneasy beauty. Each artist uses illustrative line and pattern to create images of womanhood, childhood, and nature. Join us for our first EAST showcase.


1500 Kirkwood Rd Apt A • thatpinkbox@gmail.com megmadethis.com

Karen Maness • RUST RED STUDIO Painting, design

Karen Maness continues her explorations of land structures, western skies and sweeping seascapes in addition to her intimate portraiture work. RUST RED STUDIO welcomes you to explore Maness' latest works and invites you as a special guest to her private painting studio.


3902 Cherrywood Rd • (512) 799-7528 karen@karenmaness.com • karenmaness.com

Pascal M. Simon • East Austin Mosaic Glass, stone, tile, mosaic

Mosaic as a medium speaks to me, because life is shaped by fractions of everything and everyone involved. The spaces in between are the spaces that either connect us or separate us. I enjoy taking broken glass and making it into a new piece of art, it reminds me again and again, that even if things fall apart, I have the power to make something new, sometimes something even better out of it.

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

Chase Kreger guest of Pascal M. Simon Charcoal, paint, oil, acrylic, tar, wax

I find myself while losing myself in my art, time evaporates as I seek to express the outer world through the lens of my psyche.

1706 E 38 1/2 St • (512) 964-9836 chasekreger@gmail.com


Hell on Wheels Hand Crafted Jewelry Jewelry

Hell on Wheels was created with the idea to provide people with "statement pieces" instead of just another accessory. Being bold with style is a good thing. Setting ourselves apart from others is a good thing. We should all be a little "Hell on Wheels".

1716 Giles St • (512) 779-8137

hellonwheelsjewelry@outlook.com • hellonwheelsjewelry.com


T.R. Rodriquez Wood, leather, glass, recycled and found objects

T.R. Rodriquez designs quilted leather and wood collage along with other surprising elements to make unique and functional furniture, pairing well with Suzanne Saxton's functional (as well as beautiful) fused glass pieces. Denise Jaunsem's colorful, nature inspired paintings and Brian Stokes' fun graphic T-shirts complete the mix.

3514 Clarkson Ave • (512) 284-6133 trrstudio@gmail.com • trrstudio.blogspot.com



Sarah Collins Fiber, mixed media

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


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

Holli Brown Mosaics • Dish It Out Mosaics, mixed media, photo, jewelry, sculpture, textile

Holli Brown creates art from discarded vintage dishware and a myriad of colorful supplies. Her art takes many forms – from wall-sized murals to tiny earrings – but each piece is an example of the commonplace transformed into the exquisite. She also teaches to students of all ages. Plus studio will host many local artists. See demos – Make Art – Have Fun – perfect for all ages to participate.


1403 Concordia Ave • hb@hollibrownmosaics.com hollibrownmosaics.com

Liz Potter Photography guest of Holli Brown Mosaics Black and white photography, mixed media

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 working in a traditional darkroom forces me to slow down and connect with the memories in a hands-on way that is a vanishing experience. Included in my collection of images is my mixed media work, where I paint on top of a printed portrait.

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1403 Concordia Ave • (512) 458-1286

lizpotterphotography@gmail.com • lizpotterphotography.com

Anne Marie Beard guest of Holli Brown Mosaics Fiber art

Anne Marie Beard creates distinctive accessories from found and up-cycled materials. Her aesthetic is focused on multiple layers of color, pattern and texture presented in crisp silhouettes. Her line was established in 2002 and has a large following in Austin and beyond.

1403 Concordia Ave • (512) 426-8282 annemarie_beard@yahoo.com • annemariebeard.com


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 spontaneous, 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 • (913) 710-6108 erik@austinwoodfiredceramics.com • austinwoodfiredceramics.com


Big Imagination Wood

Through the use of drawing, painting, sculpture and installations I create pieces or environments that challenge the viewers' notions of space and parameter. Most recently, I have been interested in making interactive sculptures that require the viewer to participate and in some cases interact with others in order for my piece to be complete.

3204 French Pl • christinenall@gmail.com christinenall.com



Cori Wilbanks guest at Big Imagination Jewelry, metal art

Make a statement in any setting. Drawing upon the soft curves of art nouveau, hard edges of art deco and the natural beauty of organics, Cori Wilbanks creates a unique set of jewelry and sculpture, evoking rhythm and motion into permanent forms...


3204 French Pl • (432) 935-3474 cori.wilbanks@gmail.com • coriwilbanks.com

Jennifer Balkan • Little Blue House Oil

I started to paint a long time ago and never stopped. It makes me crazy; it keeps me sane.


3109 Lafayette Ave • (512) 796-4842 jbalkan@grandecom.net • jenniferbalkan.net

Karen Davis Alexander • KJDA Studio Acrylic on canvas

Coming from a long tradition of women crafts, I was taught needlework and quilting at an early age. These crafts generally work from grids and use optic blending to create images. While trying to translate some photos I had taken to grid a project, I started to develop the style of painting I currently practice. I am inspired by Georgia O'Keeffe, Chuck Close and Gustav Klimt.

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2806 French Pl • (512) 751-8831 kjdaworks@gmail.com • kjdaworks.com

Caitlin B. Alexander guest of Karen Davis Alexander Gouache, screen printing

Caitlin B. Alexander is an illustrator with a particular love for dry-brush gouache painting. Both her life and work are heavily influenced by the aesthetics of the 1940's, '50s and '60s. She fancies herself a collector of memories as much as a collector of things, and enjoys bringing this sense of nostalgia to her audience. Caitlin graduated with a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. 2806 French Pl • (512) 633-5489 caitlin@cbaillustration.com • cbaillustration.com


Flatbed Press and Gallery Etching, lithography, relief, monotype printmaking

Flatbed Press and Gallery creates and shows multi-original prints including etchings, lithographs, relief and monotypes in three galleries. Currently showing are exhibitions by: Alice Briggs, Veronica Ceci and Flatbed New Editions and Monotypes. Flatbed's studio will be open presenting active printmaking demonstrations

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


Chelsea Jones • Jacq Jones Clothing and Jewelry Design Flatbed Building Clothing, jewelry

Modern, heirloom-quality jewelry and clothing. Each piece is hand-crafted using artisan techniques, fine materials, and minimalist design.

2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #4 • (512) 680-3015 chelsea@jacqjones.com • jacqjones.com



Jen Moulton • Moulton Jewelry + Leather Studio Flatbed Building Jewelry, leather

Jen Moulton seeks to engineer designs that are modern and functional and practice exquisite craftsmanship. Jen offers everyday jewelry, limited edition jewelry, and works on a number of custom projects. Jen also creates leather totes and clutches that are designed with utility and versatility as the focus – they are meant to be used everyday, both in their design and in their craftsmanship.


2830 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #4 jen@moultonatx.com • moultonatx.com

Chipper Things Illustration guest of Jen Moulton Pens, watercolor, crayons, India ink, hands, computers, etc.

Drawing is fun, so luckily I get to do it every day. I’m a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, author and high fiver. I take on a variety of projects ranging from book illustrations to branding small businesses. I also have a line of silly and serious prints. My first release as an author/illustrator, I’d Rather Be Short, was published by Penguin/Plume in the Fall of 2013.


2830 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #4 • (512) 786-1376 beckycmurphy@gmail.com • beckycmurphy.com

Ethan Azarian • In House Gallery Painter, muralist

Creating art for the sake of creating art. Large and small, bright and colorful paintings. In House Gallery has a yearly art show. This year’s show will include large and small works all painted in 2014. The show will be held on Saturday November 22nd 2-6 pm. Live acoustic music and refreshments will be provided.

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

Melissa Knight • In House Gallery Batik fabric collage, design

I will have many new art works on display including my Chinese Zodiac Animals Series.

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


Scott Kentros Mixed media, traditional photography, giclée, body painting

The natural world overflows with beauty. People build works that capture the beauty created within their minds. I am interested in the interplay and harmony created when these forces are interwoven: a solitary structure in the vast desert; a bridge's stunning arches counteracting the gravity of nature.

1603 Cedar Ave • (512) 481-2450 scott@kentros.com • kentros.com


Gigi Grinstad • 12th Street Studios Oil, encaustic painting, assemblage, installation, jewelry

Gigi Grinstad is a naturalist-meets-mystic and a painter. Her work is guided by studies of organic shapes and recurring patterns. She is informed by the motions and structures found in nature. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, she finds the light and heat of Texas inspirational. She also builds installations or environments. These strive to envelop the viewer in a lush or unexpected world. 2206 E 12th St • gigignome@yahoo.com gigigrinstad.com



Caleb Tracy and Lindsey Wilderflatt Casa de Cabrita Studios Paint, mixed media on wood, wood printing

Caleb's pieces have a strong background in life drawing and wood carving. He has most recently mirrored the affection between pastel "Madonnas" and propaganda poster art. Loud, desert colors are his inspiration. Lindsey's pieces inhabit a place between humorous anthropomorphism and natureoriented iconography.


2207 E 12th St • (704) 616-2621 rondevious@gmail.com • lindseywilderflatt.com

Victor Gutierrez • SEEDesigns Screen-printing Screenprinting on t-shirts, posters, cds

This is a collaboration between myself and Eduardo Molina. I was inspired by the rise in genetic modification. My point is to create the sense of urgency in understanding that someone may be able to take our seeds or money or life even but they can never take our mind so long as we are alive and thinking. I hope to instill this in people who view my screenprinting – that no matter what someone or some power may take, your ideas are your own.


1303 Poquito St • seedesigns2@gmail.com seeddesigns.bigcartel.com

Drophouse Design Design, fab, build

At Drophouse, we treat design as both experiment and exploration. The Drophouse office is just as much a laboratory as it is a design practice. We are in constant collaboration to work toward new concepts, relying on our diversity as the catalyst and laboratory as the environment that fuels our design development.

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

Manny Carrasco • Littlepixie Studios Painting

Manny Carrasco has been drawing and painting professionally for over 20 years. His traditional artwork centers around his passion for wildlife.

2101 S L Davis Ave • (512) 658-1985 kristy@littlepixie.com


Alonso Rey • Alonso Rey Studio Painting, drawing

The pure fact that Mexican master painter Arturo Rivera, who won the First Prize in the 2005 Beijing International Art Biennial, took Rey under his wing and Rey’s consequent progress in a very short time speak for his talent. His naturalistic yet slightly surrealist style is highly recognizable. It conveys emotions in a dramatic, exuberant and sometimes humorous way...

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


Daniel Burns Urban plein air painting

I am interested in the interplay of immediacy and fluidity in perception and response in the world around us. I'm a perceptual ar tist, taking in the world as it unfolds. Rather than tell you what I intend or think I captured, I hope we meet in the moment. My work is what you see, experience and feel now, as you are with it, just as it is also imbued with what I saw, felt and experienced as I paint. 1916 E 8th St • (512) 297-6548 daniel@burnsart.com • burnsart.com



L S Waltrip guest of Daniel Burns Sculpture

Laura Waltrip is an artist educated within the Atelier systems in New Orleans, Cadaques, Paris, and Austin. She seeks to express in a permanent piece those moments of our humanity that we experience in a way that allows us to feel heard in our own lives.


1916 E 8th St • (512) 586-5884 • ltrip93@aol.com lswaltrip.com

Scout McComb Mixed media sculpture

I strive for clarity, sensuality and craftsmanship. Most of all, though, I strive for beauty, which can be both ugly and pretty, wild and tame, restrained and indulgent, simple and complex, sweet yet wicked. It is to see these contradictions exist in the same space without annihilating one another that inspires me.


2509 E 11th St • (512) 653-8573 info@mccombsculpture.com • mccombsculpture.com

Clifton Craftwork and Design Furniture design

My work as a furniture maker and designer does not consume me. But it does inspire and move me. It has opened my eyes to beauty in the forms and functions that surround us. There is great need for art and craftsmanship in our culture and I'm fortunate to participate in that work. I work with metal, with wood, with other materials.

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3004 Glen Rae St • clifton.brent@gmail.com cliftoncraftwork.com

Dawn Winter guest at Clifton Craftwork and Design Painting, prints

I love color and texture and this is reflected in my paintings which are multilayered and created with a sense of color, balance and depth in mind. A visit to the galleries of Santa Fe prompted me to pursue my then unrecognized creative side... and it's the creative process while painting that I most enjoy.

3004 Glen Rae St • (512) 923-1527 dawnwinterart@gmail.com • dawnwinter.net


Binary Ontology • The Castro House Transmedia

Art, like life, is at its most profound when aware and critical of itself. While beauty alone is inspiring, any beauty put to a purpose greater than its own end is always more so. As an act of communication, art is capable of redefining the world in a way that is not dissimilar to that of philosophy or the sciences. Philosophy is the poetry of understanding, and all art is sensory philosophy. 3007 Castro St • (214) 926-6019 info@binaryontology.com • binaryontology.com


John Swanger Studio Painting

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Barry DeCola & Alexandra Eusebi DeCola & Eusebi Studio Stained glass, mosaics

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 A-11 • (512) 389-2266 decola@earthlink.net • decola-eusebi.com

mychal mitchell • iona handcrafted books Handcrafted leather books, albums

So many years on the tour, innumerable chocolate chip cookies consumed, gallons and gallons of sangria poured, and countless incredible memories of our friends dancing in the parking lot with us... oh, and then of course there are the delicious leather journals and albums we craft here! Come join us, and be a part of the beloved EAST tradition at the book studio!


701 Tillery St B-3 • (512) 247-4700 ionabooks@gmail.com • ionahandcraftedbooks.com

Lisa Crowder Jewelry

I have been a studio jeweler since 2004 and work predominantly in sterling silver, 18k gold, 14k vermeil, and enamel.

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701 Tillery St B-2 • (512) 524-0364 lisacrowderjewelry@gmail.com • lisacrowder.com

Jeff McGlew • Vice Shop Furniture, lighting, architectural

I design and fabricate custom furniture and architectural elements using steel, wood, glass and stone. I strive to create pieces that are both beautiful and exper tly crafted. From coffee tables to chandeliers, staircases to garden gates, I work closely with clients to create designs that will enhance their environment.

701 Tillery St Bldg C • (512) 689-5039 jeffmcg@sbcglobal.net


Jeanne Philquist guest of Jeff McGlew Oil painting

If we cannot look at ourselves and the general confusion of life without a twinkle in the eye, we should just laugh outright. I make oil paintings striving to create moments in time with feeling and humor. I paint dogs, stiff cats, rabbits and goats (sometimes a bear) interacting (or not) with human counterparts. Please come see me! We'll have fun!

701 Tillery St Bldg C • (512) 851-6516 jphilquist@austin.rr.com • facebook.com/jeanne.philquist


Norman Bean guest of Jeff McGlew Graphite on paper, drawing

Fine art graphite on paper drawings of people, places and things in Italy and Central Texas.

701 Tillery St Bldg C • (512) 773-1694 normanbean3102@gmail.com • normanbeanfineart.com



Sarah Presson & Nick Schnitzer • Eye Like Design Studio Painting, mixed media collage, water media, charcoal on paper

After traveling to India, Nick and Sarah created Heavy, a collection of mixed media works that explore our methods of carry, consumption, and compensation. These works invite the viewer to confront social responsibility, material culture and self reflection.


736 Cherico St • (731) 695-4285 sarah@sarahpresson.com • eyelikedesign.com

Annie Taylor • Eye Like Design Studio Illustration, surface design

Annie's OMNIUM… all; as one's own; a miscellaneous collection of things; a place or receptacle for holding unique objects; a medley, a variety store. Illustration, surface design and creative services provided to chefs, writers, musicians, shop keepers, dress designers, and kindred spirits.


736 Cherico St • (512) 619-6146 annietaylor1@mac.com • anniesomnium.com

Jack Murphy guest at Eye Like Design Studio Text art

I create small text art pieces using the gridded medium of the typewriter. A variety of operations are used. Some are more formal—using the specific densities of characters to create larger shapes and patterns—while others utilize quotations, fields of symbols, chance operations, or ambiguous directives. All works are typed by hand on 6" x 9" sheets of drawing paper.

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736 Cherico St • (940) 783-5422 jackmurphy.design@gmail.com

Comb Case Co guest at Eye Like Design Studio Textiles, vintage luggage

Comb Case Co is a remaking project created by Austin based ar tist and craftswoman Eva Claycomb, retooling and repurposing classic luggage from the golden age of travel. Motivated by a love of textiles, an appreciation for all things old / still good, Eva creates one of a kind luggage, display and merchandise cases for anybody wiling to forgo wheels and pick the darn thing up. 736 Cherico St • combcaseco@gmail.com combcaseco.com


Jacob Borshard • Creebobby Printshop Cartooning, screen printing

Cartoonist, screen printer, songwriter and ukulele player Jacob Borshard creates art prints from his shed-based screen printing press. This past year, Jacob accomplished the stunning feat of transforming his car into a real life Batmobile using little more than hand tools and absolute determination.

1102 1/2 Cherico St • (512) 751-4056 tanuki_8@yahoo.com • creebobby.com


John Mulvany Acrylic, mixed media

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. My work reflects on the past in the context of our supposedly advanced society which oftentimes seems to be regressing, particularly with the recent upswing in hostility towards science, education, rationality, and humanism.

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



Decker & White Studios • Canopy Painting

I like to explore my on-going relationship with self and my relationship with others through story, conversation, color, and texture either figuratively or in the abstract. The art of communicating these thoughts, ideas and observations create the pictorial story of my journey.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #103 • (310) 422-8234 eliart15@msn.com • elizabethdecker.net

Canoe • Canopy Leather

Canoe is a modern leather goods line hand crafted by Natalie Davis in Austin, TX. Founded in 2009, we're inspired by vintage workwear, 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

Inés Batlló • Canopy Encaustic, oil

I work combining two techniques, encaustic and oil. Encaustic is an ancient technique which preserves the pigment colors by using heat to fuse melted bees wax and sap onto a surface.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #105 • (512) 699-0875 ibatllo@gmail.com • inespaintings.com

Jess Wade • Exponential Art • Canopy Oil, acrylic painting, ceramic sculpture, prints

In Jess Wade’s prints, paintings and sculptures, he comments on the costs of convenience and fear through a cast of characters from life’s parade of human folly. Ambiguous narratives set the stage for entering dark skies and difficult themes infused with both tender and humorous moments.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #106 • (512) 745-1953 jesswadeforcongress@hotmail.com • jesswadeforcongress.com


Jamie Wade • Exponential Art • Canopy Ceramics

We are all strange and interesting creatures. Jamie Lea Wade makes ceramic sculpture that highlights the beauty of individuality; and what aspects of our character are seen by others.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #106 • (954) 638-3840 exponentialart@hotmail.com • vesselsforthesoul.com


Karen Woodward • Canopy Painting, sculpture, installation

My work is best described as an accumulation of colorful character sculptures, each exploring the absurdities of life and self.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #107

woodwardglass@hotmail.com • karenwoodwardstudios.com



Kiah Denson • Canopy Acrylic painting, ink drawing

My artmaking process is a transfer and release of invisible, internal energy onto a visible, external surface. As a result, painting becomes meditative and therapeutic. By creating movement on the canvas, I cultivate stillness within. I am inspired by travel, couture photography, and elements of nature and nostalgia. Each new work takes me on another adventure.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #107 • (512) 569-5794 kiah@artbykiah.com • kiahdenson.com

Troy Allen • Canopy Drawing contraptions, ink, watercolor on stretched paper

"Any creative endeavor is channeled, whether it be music or art or theoretical science. We have the capacity to tune in to energies and convert them into reality for ourselves" – Frank Alper


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

Squid Ink Kollective • Canopy Serigraphy, illustration

Squid Ink Kollective is the married duo of Brian Maclaskey and Lynnea Edwards. Together they put forth printed ephemera celebrating mindfulness as represented by bright color and clean illustration. There are plenty of animals wearing hats, silly glasses and awkward situations. As always hand printed and illustrated. Print Your Life Away!

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #108 sik@squidinkkollective.com • squidinkkollective.com

Daniel Arredondo • Daniel Arredondo Studio • Canopy Acrylic on canvas, gesso board, glass

My art includes landscapes and figures in an impressionist style all telling a story. Landscape paintings show below the surface with roots as family, crevices and dark areas as life's experiences. Figure paintings include Maidens, Shepherds and Fisherman, the common people when Jesus walked the earth. Prices are from $50 to $1,500. Please plan to visit my studio during EAST or at any time. 916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #109 • (512) 417-9285 arredondo_studio@yahoo.com • arredondoartstudio.com


Rebecca Bennett • Studio111 • Canopy Oil painting

Using the sensual qualities of oil, I create layered abstractions which explore the dynamics of color, line, and texture. The viewer is encouraged by their abstraction to interpret their experience of the work rather than the work itself. 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


Keva Richardson • Canopy Painting, drawing

I find inspiration for my work while pursuing my favorite pastime – taking long drives and getting lost in them. These drives along quiet country roads or meandering streets of the city give me space to think, observe, meditate, formulate ideas, and discover new sites and sounds. My art represents what I pick up, take in, and reinterpret from these journeys.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #116 • (512) 203-5826 kevarue@icloud.com • kevarichardson.com



This exhibition is organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, and is made possible by generous lead underwriting support from Tami and Michael Lang, and corporate underwriting from The San Diego County BMW Centers. Additional funding has been received from Stephen Feinberg. View of James Drake studio, New Mexico. Image courtesy of the artist.

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


Studio SloMo • Canopy Letterpress

Studio SloMo creates casually buttoned up stationery and paper goods. An expression of personality and a tactile link between people, our print designs cultivate relationships with thoughtful creativity. We print our artwork by hand on a Vandercook SP-15 proof press which, by nature, makes slight variations within each piece: the real beauty.


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

Chun Hui Pak • Canopy Oil painting, prints

Inspired by Georgia O'Keefe’s abstract flower painting Black Iris, my oil painting portrays and interprets the essential, unfolded structure of the Iris Flower Fold origami shape. The larger well-defined shapes and planes push and pull the surface creating an illusion of a sculpted relief and dynamic interactions of the geometry.


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

Maria Montoya-Hohenstein • Arteology • Canopy Mixed media

Arteology is the production of works of art that not only recycle what someone may judge as refuse, but also infuses an artist's creativity to transform objects without any apparent worth into pieces that not only serve purposes other than for which they were intended, but also are transformed and add aesthetic and economic value as a result of the process.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #118 • (512) 810-9111 mmhohenstein@gmail.com • arteology.us

Janie Milstein • Canopy Mixed media

My work is inspired by cityscapes, most recently the urban landscape of my former home in New York City. Using a variety of materials: paint, string, mesh, plastic, wire, wood, paper, and found objects, I explore the shifting interplay of light, shadow, color and reflections. My constructions are architectural, often sculptural, with deep layers and uneven physical contours.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #119 • (917) 653-4815 janiemilstein@gmail.com • janiemilstein.com


Jaelah Kuehmichel • Canopy Mixed media painting, interdisciplinary arts, 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


Julie Konvicka guest of Jaelah Kuemichel Sterling silver, gold jewelry

Julie Konvicka was standing on a street in France when she realized it was time to leave the fear and loathing of high tech. Driven to learn the equation of form and balance brought by fire and forged metal she honed her metalworking skills in Recife, Brazil and later Austin, Texas. Julie hammers and sculpts sterling silver and gold into shapes that echo the mathematics of nature and perfect form. 916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #121 • (512) 619-2138 info@juliekonvicka.com • juliekonvicka.com



Diana Greenberg • Canopy Oil, mixed media

My process is that of covering and then discovering, putting on layers and then taking off. Layers are quieted until later being pulled through or left to remain hidden. In my current Sidewalks series, I take on an exploration of color and pattern via the road at our feet.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #122 • (512) 413-2455 dianalpresley@gmail.com • dianagreenberg.com

Jenn Hassin • Jenn Hassin Studios • Canopy Mixed media, installation, painting, drawing, rolled newspaper

My art is an ever-developing autobiography. The complete story of my life is a script to be molded, sculpted, painted, drawn and hammered into. We all work through tragedies and my art is a statistic-based journey, through the voice of the distressed groups that I seek to represent. Pretty portrait or not, we exist in our own raw materials and I choose to make beauty of chaotic circumstances.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #123 jennhassin@gmail.com • jennhassin.com

Melissa Borrell • Melissa Borrell Design • Canopy Sculpture, jewelry design

I create sculpture, jewelry and installations that integrate light, shadow and movement into space-transforming artworks. My work pushes the boundaries between the dimensions and different disciplines. At the core of all of my work are the ideas of interaction, transformation and kinetics. I am intrigued by different materials and perspectives, and thrive on the challenge of developing new ideas.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #124 • (512) 507-4545 hello@melissaborrell.com • melissaborrell.com

James Tisdale • Canopy Ceramic

My work is based on how I view the world through the influences of growing up in Mississippi. A place that is beautiful as well as dark, each comingling with the other. The pieces range from social, religious and political content while often being confrontational and poignant. My ar tistic influences swing from the Southern folk ar t that I grew up with to the classical ar t of the Renaissance. 916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #125 • (512) 644-5495 jtisdale@thecontemporaryaustin.org • jamestisdale.com


Cari Washburn • Canopy Encaustic, mixed media, sculptural ceramics

Having always enjoyed the visual contrast between antiquity and modernism, I have recently combined my contemporary ceramic work with the ancient form of encaustic painting. I hope my work, which is often whimsical in nature will serve as a playful reminder to nur ture the inner child within each of us.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #125 • (512) 924-0374 4firegirl@gmail.com • clayunderfire.com


Emily Galusha • Canopy Mixed media, graphite, vintage materials

I come from a place where the Ozarks meet the Delta. Currently a freelance artist and graphic designer, I create one-of-a-kind mixed media works inspired by antique pistols.

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



Scott David Gordon • Canopy Photography

When not photographing for a local organic vegetable farm Scott works with artists and makers to create unique environmental studio portraits that show different aspects of what they do in their spaces and with their craft. His passions also extend to creating panoramic landscapes of the interesting, beautiful, and diverse world that he encounters on his travels.


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

Andrew Auten • Kittenfart • Canopy Paint, paper, photography, glue, drugs, sleeplessness, anger, sex

I can't begin to guess why anyone would want to make a statement outside their art itself. If art needs an explanation so people will "get" it, then both parties should stay away from the whole thing.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #201 • (512) 751-7314 mail@deprivation.com • kittenfart.com

Amber Cunningham • Canopy Painting, sculpture, paper mache, custom plaster, holiday props

Amber Cunningham of RareBirdArt transforms trash, paint and plaster into explorations and statements about the human spirit, animal tendencies and nature's wonders. She will be exhibiting her sculptures on canvas and will also have custom pieces on display from Facebook.com/TheHalloweenHouse.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #201 • (512) 569-9545 scatterbirdie@gmail.com • facebook.com/rarebirdart

Flip Solomon • Canopy Pen and ink

From NYC shop windows to the mountains of Zakopane; the folk art of Poland to the art nouveau of Prague; the poster art of Budapest to the city zoo of Amsterdam… All were inspirations for my current body of work which reflects a summer of travel with my nine year old daughter, Wolfie.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #201 • flipsolomon.com


Poeta Contemporary • Canopy Oil, acrylic, textiles

Kristina Faji – Erin Einbender – Marguerite Wiesenmaier. POETA: n:"a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family." n: (Romanian) "a girl + a woman filled with philosophical curiosities + inquiries ; a daydreamer" Poeta Contemporary is a local studio and boutique gallery space devoted to supporting visual arts and artists in Texas.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #204 poetacontemporary@gmail.com • poetacontemporary.brushd.com


Elizabeth Chiles • Canopy Photography

Exploring relationships between the material and immaterial aspects of the living world through poetics and perception, my work results in large scale photographic installations.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #205 • (512) 487-0152 elizabeth@elizabethchiles.com • elizabethchiles.com



Susan Scafati • Canopy Photography-based fine art

I am interested in the ways in which individual versus collective identities, personal versus cultural mythologies, are constructed. Subjects I have explored include bullfights, nuns, graffiti artists, robot competitions, and football, primarily shot in Italy, France, China, New York, and Texas. My artwork is characterized by an abstract, narrative, and gestural style.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #205 info@susanscafati.net • susanscafati.net

Terri Mcgee • Terri McGee Art • Canopy Painting, mixed media

I paint mostly with acrylic on canvas and sometimes explore various mixed media. I'm excited to share some new work that I created this year. In addition to painting and exhibiting my artwork, I'm also passionate about supporting creativity in others, and offer Art Playshops for adults to explore artistic process as a practice of accessing more inner freedom, depth and soul nourishment.


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

Mark Goodman • Wildfire Studio • Canopy Photography

Recent metaphoric grid photographs—transient objects from Austin discovered, edited, and transformed.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #207 • (512) 897-9642 wildfirestudiocanopy@gmail.com • markgoodmanphotographer.com

Trish Siegel • Canopy Photography, painting

Merriam-Webster defines home as “the place where a person lives” which is, in my opinion, a rather narrow definition of the word. Home embodies more than simply the space one occupies. Home is a composite of the material and the conceptual. My work is a representation of home – past, present and future.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #208 • (512) 560-4223 trishsiegel@gmail.com • trishsiegel.com


Peggy Weiss • Canopy Painting, sculpture, photography, video, digital

Day of the Bed series, 2014 We rarely focus our attention on our beds as physical objects that envelope us and support us while we dream. My latest series attempts to elevate and celebrate the bed, and the world it sustains—a private and fantastical place.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #209 • (512) 799-9294 peggy@peggyweiss.com • peggyweiss.com


Robert Weiss guest of Peggy Weiss Oil, acrylic on linen

The act of art-making serves as a repository of human intention and manifests something that may have otherwise been lost or forgotten. The subject matter and technical processes used to produce the works hold equal importance, and together allow the viewer to investigate the necessity for its creation as a symbolic gesture.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #209 • (936) 554-7576

modernplowcollective@gmail.com • robertweissworks.com



Lynne and Ed Brotman Brotman Fiber Art and Photography Studio • Canopy Fiber art, photography

Lynne Brotman works to incorporate ancient and current symbols while developing personal symbology in the Fiber Ar ts. Her specialty is Japanese Shibori. Ed Brotman's photography explores nature, cultural diversity and architecture.


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

Rebecca Rothfus • Canopy Drawing, painting, collage, mixed media

I create two-dimensional ar twork inspired by mineral formations, urban structures and the Texas landscape. I use gouache, graphite and cut paper to craft faux landscapes and abstract studies culled from a variety of source materials.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #215 rebecca@rebeccarothfus.com • rebeccarothfus.com

Susan Bell • Canopy Ceramics

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 while sipping lemonade. I usually find animals with stories about the most current of events and the oldest of truths.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #216 • (512) 217-8342 susanbellclayart@gmail.com • susanbellclayart.com

Marianne Levy guest of Susan Bell Oil painting

I have always been drawn to working with the figure, whether it be human or animal. I often combine elements from the animal or natural world with the human form to express a fundamentally animalistic side of human nature. The results of these combinations are often surreal and hopefully humorous, albeit sometimes in a dark manner.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #216 • (512) 420-9331 mango0726@yahoo.com


Robert Sheldon guest of Susan Bell Ceramics

The imagery created by the texture, slip and glaze of my work reflects back to the viewer and stimulates their own imagination.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #216 • sheldonsstudio.com


Billy Ray Mangham guest of Susan Bell Clay

42 years in clay. Still learning, still laughing. Eye of the Dog Art Center is my home base.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #216 billyraymangham@gmail.com • eyeofthedog.com






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Revelator Productions • Canopy Video, film production

Revelator specializes in film and video production for broadcast, web and VOD channels. Headed by Chris Ohlson and Matt Muir, Revelator creates feature films, music videos, broadcast commercials, shor t films and identity content.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #217 • (512) 478-0004 revelator.tv

Cathy Savage • Canopy Printmaking

I'm fascinated with the printmaking process, especially the delightful surprises that come the first time a new plate is pulled. I gravitate towards the textural effects of collagraphs finding platemaking is only limited by one’s imagination. Math and science related themes have been of particular interest, but a recent road trip visiting national parks may bring on some Wild West action.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #218 • (512) 680-6281 csavage@savageartist.com • savageartist.com

Carolyn Kimball • Kimball Prints • Canopy Printmaking

I create both fine art prints and modern home decor. My fine art work centers on layered landscapes that evoke the history and memory of place. My current work is inspired by the American West and travels in the Middle East, where my husband previously worked. My home decor line, Kimball Prints, draws its inspiration from the natural world.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #218 • (512) 431-3208 kimballprints@gmail.com • carolynkimball.com

Hollis Hammonds • Canopy Drawing, installation

Questioning consumerist culture through accumulation, piles of debris and trash fill the works of Hollis Hammonds. Ranging from elaborate drawings to sculptural wall installations; her works illustrate imaginary piles of debris left after fictional disasters. Post-apocolyptic in nature, her recent and past works deal with memory, consumption, catastrophe and superficial loss.

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


Stephen Paul Connor • Canopy Various media, digital, traditional

Abstract art explodes or contemplates, figurative art explores and meanders, digital art renders and calculates. I love it all.

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


Revi Meicler • Canopy Mixed media

Working from live models, I create drawings that become the inspiration behind my mixed media collages. Other than the figurative beginning, I like to allow ideas to surface during the process of creating the piece. It is an organic process that evolves as I draw the model and later build on the work in my studio.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #224 rmeicler@yahoo.com • revimeicler.com



Keith Kreeger • Canopy Porcelain

Objects matter – I think that a meal with friends that you’ve spent hours preparing 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

Eliana Bernard • Canopy Ceramics

Using slip to create fragments of delicate lace-like patterns combined with a smooth porcelain surface, I create pieces that merge fragility with solidity. These patterns are created in an intentional yet uncontrollable manner making each piece one of a kind. The Lace Collection consists of dinnerware and decorative pieces.


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

The Whitebox Studio • Canopy Photogaphy, videography

The Whitebox Studio is a member based studio out of the Canopy Studios Complex. Our members specialties range from Fashion to Weddings, Advertising to Editorial, Documentary to Features. We have 6 members who use the studio as a base of operations for their businesses and frequently shoot in the studio as well.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #105 • (512) 565-7638 info@thewhiteboxstudio.com • thewhiteboxstudio.com

You're Welcome Studios • Canopy Photography

You’re Welcome Studios is a creative co-working space founded by professional photographers Daniel Brock, Leah Overstreet, Dagny Piasecki and Annie Ray. The studio’s members use the space for editorial and commercial photography, and supporting a diverse range of creative projects.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #106-A • (512) 922-6539 thankyouaustin@gmail.com • yourewelcomestudios.com


WPA • Canopy Printmaking, intaglio, relief, monotype, collograph, solar plate

WPA (Women Printmakers of Austin) is an organization dedicated to encouraging printmakers 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. 916 Springdale Rd Bldg 3, #102 info@womenprintmakers.com • womenprintmakers.com


Brooke Howsley • Pollen Floral Art • Canopy Floral design

From a start in studio art I evolved to using unusual and unexpected plants and flowers to create textural, unique compositions... Now a full floral design studio, Pollen handles weddings and events using this same refreshing and surprising palette of materials. We are hosting fiber artist Trilby Nelson and assemblage artist Steve Wiman in our new space at Canopy.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 3, #104 • (512) 586-8913 brooke@pollenfloralart.com • pollenfloralart.com



Carie Ray Lawrence guest of Brooke Howsley • Canopy Precious metals, semiprecious stones, fossils, fibers, flowers

As an artist and designer, I have found myself endlessly inspired by the beauty and wonder of the natural world my entire life. Sometimes I forget that I am a part of that world. As if nature is something separate or outside of myself. I have come to realize, when I engage in the act of creation, I am actively seeking to reconnect myself with all that is.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 3, #104 • (512) 585-1354 crlatelier@gmail.com • crlatelier.com

Son of a Sailor • Canopy Jewelry, supply items

Personal and home accessories in wood, brass, and leather.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 3, #105 • (512) 524-0023

hi.there@sonofasailorjewelry.com • sonofasailorjewelry.com

Blue Genie Art Industries • Canopy 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.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 4, #102 • (512) 444-6655 info@bluegenieart.com • bluegenieart.com

Roze Braunstein • myfriendroze • Tiger Den Mixed 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 also create larger works which blend embroidery, sewing and knitting with casting and painting. 4609 Bolm Rd • (310) 871-8111 myfriendroze@gmail.com • myfriendroze.com


Wendy Crone guest of Roze Braunstein Acrylic, house paint, oil

My work is incorrect, imperfect and rebellious. Each brushstroke offers a state of tranquility. Something this euphoric should be shared.

4609 Bolm Rd • (512) 762-7797 wendy@wendycrone.com • wendycrone.com


Morgan Grasham guest of Roze Braunstein Oil on canvas

My work plays with distortion, motion, and dream-like contexts. I am exploring the simultaneous representation of multiple temporal realities. Every iteration is as valid and absolute as the last. Developing techniques to express these realities rendered my work very Surreal. The outcome is a fascinating creation of an entire imagined cosmos.

4609 Bolm Rd • (972) 974-5864 info@morgangrasham.com • morgangrasham.com



Fe De Rico • Graffiti Western Aerosol, acrylic

Fe De Rico has been painting the walls of Austin with his iconic graffiti stencils for over 10 years and going. As the city continues to change and grow, Fe De Rico's art continues reminding both the old school locals and the newcomers what this city is really all about.


4609 Lyons St • (512) 470-4166 federicoarchuleta@gmail.com • graffitiwestern.com

Puro Chingón Collective guest of Fe De Rico Designer toys, zines, apparel

The Puro Chingón Collective is an art collective of three Austin, Latino artists: Claudia Aparicio-Gamundi, James Huizar, and Claudia Zapata. Since 2012, this group has created zines, prints, apparel, and designer toys. The Collective’s works reflect on the cultural nuances of their Latino upbringings, integrating artistic influences of pop art, sign painting, Mexican artisans, and illustration.


4609 Lyons St • (210) 854-9088 purochingoncoll@gmail.com • purochingoncollective.com

Erica Wildman • E. Wildman Gallery Acrylic, resin, pigment, plaster, glass, spray paint

In my art, I like to capture the beauty of the fluid mind by using a variety of mediums, which allows me to express different feelings through texture and depth.

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1109 Shady Ln B • (512) 588-2787 art@ericawildman.com • ericawildman.com

MakeATX • The Satellite Laser cutting, laser goods

The studio at MakeATX houses a pair of laser cutters and a variety of other tools with which we make our own products, but we also help others with theirs. We do custom laser cutting, teach classes, offer memberships, and share our space with a couple dozen like-minded makers. Our workshop is a place where creative types come together to craft, create, collaborate and inspire one another. 1109 Shady Ln B, Studio 1 • (512) 522-6253 workshop@makeatx.com • makeatx.com


Mark Puente guest of MakeATX Laser-cut wood, milk-paint, ink, mixed media

Fire in the Eyes, Fear in the Heart is my Dia De Los Muertos inspired series that explores the vibrant confidence and crushing doubt that drives the human experience in the modern world. I'll be playing with lasers as a guest of MakeATX, etching and cutting milk-paint finished wood and other media based on my ink drawings to fabricate colorful pieces both spirited and morbid, organic and urban. 1109 Shady Ln B, Studio 1 • (978) 430-5515 nailivicstudios@gmail.com • nailivic.com


Marilyn Walter Painting, mixed media

My process in creating art is to erase, inscribe, trace, incise, collage and transfer the resultant marks and images onto paper, canvas, wood, plastic or plexiglass. Colors, shapes, movements, textures, are repeated on multilayered mixed media surfaces, becoming collages of traces.

1109 Shady Ln B, Studio 10 • (917) 597-9451 marilyn@marilynwalter.com • marilynwalter.com



Sally Weber • Resonance Studio Holography, photography, drawing machines, other inventions

At Resonance Studio, Sally Weber and Craig Newswanger present works of light, holography, photography, and interactive projects including drawing machines or other devices of engagement.


1406 Smith Rd Ste D • (512) 560-9497 snw@sallyweber.com • resonancestudio.com

Little Minnow & Scout and Honour • Smith Road Studios Screen printing, fiber

Little Minnow is the creation of sister-duo, Lizzi and Mary Bradley. Their original designs stem from their love of patterns, color, and textiles.They offer screen-printed accessories and home goods that are both unique and effortlessly stylish. All products are proudly designed, hand-printed and assembled in Austin, Texas.


1406 Smith Rd Ste E littleminnow@littleminnowdesigns.com • littleminnowdesigns.com

Andersen Ceramics • Smith Road Studios Ceramic tiles, murals

We make large high relief ceramic tiles that are typically installed as a backsplash accent piece above the kitchen range. Our designs are based on classic French carvings. We use glazes that complement natural stone tiles.

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1406 Smith Rd Ste E • (512) 921-4771 nandersen@austin.rr.com • andersenceramics.com

Paleo Denim • Flatfork Studio • Smith Road Studios Denim, leather, canvas

Paleo Denim is a one man manufacturer of jeans and leather goods. Selftaught owner Richard Cole drafts, cuts and sews every product in house on a fleet of vintage industrial sewing machines using post-war era construction methods. Ready-to-wear and made-to-measure jeans are made with heavy weight denims from Texas, North Carolina and Japan.

1406 Smith Rd Ste E • (512) 222-3832 richard@paleodenim.com • paleodenim.com


Flatfork Studio • Smith Road Studios Themed event sculpting

We have a build and design fabrication studio with 25 years of experience that specializes in larger then life pieces that make your home or business unique to you. Our main medium foam sculpting, it gives great results, is lightweight compared to stone, and easy to install.

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


Adrian Aguilera Collage, painting, mixed media

I make process based collages by assembling recurrent shapes, textures and backgrounds into compositions that create landscapes, natural scenes, viewpoints and other situations. The use of images allows an uninterrupted circulation within my environment to create and develop new pieces including other mediums related with the collage.

912 Bret Ln Unit B • (512) 605-9406 adrian@adrianaguilera.net • blog.adrianaguilera.net




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Wally Workman Gallery proudly supporting Austin artists for 34 years 1202 West 6th Street Austin, Texas 78703 wallyworkmangallery.com 512.472.7428 image: Ellen Heck Two (detail), drypoint with aquatint on paper, 14x9 inch plate


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Rothko Hauschildt • Bolm Rd Studios Encaustic

I make art for the purposes of self-expression and release. My art always has a personal meaning but my hope is that the viewer finds her own personal meaning in it, whether or not it is the same as my own.


5305 Bolm Rd Bay 7 • (512) 484-6622 rothkunst@pobox.com • rothkunst.com

Allison Geneser and Neeka Allsup • Nudge Studio Bolm Rd Studios Oil

Allison is drawn to tensions between structure and chaos, color and darkness, permanence and ephemerality. Her themes often deal with the psychology of inhabited or deserted spaces. Neeka creates scenes of inanimate objects with a cartoony sense of magical realism about being in a body and living with designated objects in specific rooms.


5305 Bolm Rd Bay 7 • (512) 751-3594 neekaallsup@gmail.com • neekaallsup.com

Charlotte Clark • Bolm Rd Studios Mixed media, acrylic

Every painting I create is a new adventure and learning experience. I often let a painting evolve as I lay down the paint, using my imagination to define the final product. I create art to satisfy a passion for expressing myself in a joyous manner. Covering a canvas with paint is my perfect creative outlet. Expressing myself through art feeds and renews my spirit.

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5305 Bolm Rd Bay 7 • (512) 422-9879 clcart121@gmail.com • facebook.com/clarkimages

A Reflection of Light Photography Photography

It is not a far cry to realize that the admirer soon becomes the creator. Always having been drawn to the images of events and family long since past in tucked away shoe boxes. Or those family snapshots left abandoned in bins that read "Instant Relatives" in antique shops. I always have a camera of some sort within arms reach to document the moment as those ghosts had.

5305 Bolm Rd Bay 7 • (512) 788-0605 info@arolphotography.com • arolphotography.com


Alex Diamond • Not Gallery at Bolm Watercolor

Alex Diamond creates visceral spaces, which can be felt but not understood; seen but not grasped. He taps into a primordial study of geometry, where shapes were once drawn in the sand with wonder.

5305 Bolm Rd Bay 8 • (973) 223-5272 alexjdiamond@gmail.com • byalexdiamond.com


Jordan Gentry • Big Medium at Bolm Oil, acrylic

My portraits are guided by the subtle lines that make up facial structure. I exaggerate and abstract the faint forms I observe using geometric shapes and layers of vibrant color.

5305 Bolm Rd Bay 9, #7 • (512) 653-8894 jordge88@gmail.com • jordangentry.com



Betelhem Makonnen • Big Medium at Bolm Multimedia

Betelhem Makonnen (b. 1972 Addis Ababa) is a multi-media artist whose research deals with the perennial questions of existence. She investigates the relationship between elements usually perceived as contradictory. Her practice relies on observation, reading, dialogue and wandering.


5305 Bolm Rd Bay 9, #8 contact.bmakonnen@gmail.com • betelhemmakonnen.com

CALmax • Big Medium at Bolm Laser cut handbags, leather, vinyl, acrylic

I design laser cut handbags that explore experimental techniques to create material intrigue. Trained in architecture, I seek innovation through a combination of digital fabrication, sewing, and traditional leather craft. My accessory line, CALmax, utilizes thoughtfully calibrated designs to produce maximal effect.


5305 Bolm Rd Bay 10, #5 • (517) 648-1761 devonstonebrook@gmail.com • calmaxfashion.com

Scott M Bickerton • Big Medium at Bolm Mixed media on canvas

Creating abstract works of art I create my own language, make my own discoveries, make my own problems, resolve the conflicts, creating open inquiry, inviting you to interact.

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5305 Bolm Rd Bay 10, #6 • (781) 608-5567 scottmalachy@gmail.com • scottmbickerton.com

Larisa Chavarria • Colliding Color • Big Medium at Bolm Encaustic, painting, mixed media

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 orphaned objects play out, fluidly like a dream; my hands and tools simply assemble them into the stories they tell me.

5305 Bolm Rd Bay 11, #7 • (270) 799-0427 hello@collidingcolor.com • hello@collidingcolor.com


Jana Swec • LittleSwec • Big Medium at Bolm Pen, paint

Jana Swec received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in 2001. In 2002, Jana began working in the collaborative art group SODALITAS. She was also a founding member of Big Medium. In 2008, Jana began working on a series of works using tree-like creatures as a platform to discuss a variety of issues such as sexuality, relationships & destruction/ survival of nature. 5305 Bolm Rd Bay 12, #2 • littleredswec@gmail.com littleswec.com


Sodalitas • Big Medium at Bolm Installation

Sodalitas is a collaborative trio comprised of Joseph Phillips, Jana Swec, and Shea Little. They are currently working on an Art in Public Places project on Brazos Street that has been in progress for many years. It’ll be completed soon, so keep your ears open.

5305 Bolm RdBay 12, #2 • sodaltasart@gmail.com



Hollis Baxter • Big Medium at Bolm Upcycled

Hollis Baxter has not made art since the 2011 East Austin Studio Tour. “I look forward to trying to make some art for the tour” said Hollis, when asked about future projects in a recent interview.


5305 Bolm Rd Bay 12 • hollisbaxter@gmail.com

APWX • Austin Paintworks Paint, aluminum, steel, plastic

Austin Paintworks is a collaboration of artists and makers that brings together many disciplines. We are best known for our custom motorcycle and bicycle paintwork, but owner Matt Musial (aka APWX) has recently begun producing a series of "hypnoptic" art pieces. This series of spinning discs are inspired by the 60's Op Art movement with the addition of distinct hypnotic sensations produced by the rotation of three dimensional imagery.


729 Airport Blvd • (512) 284-3777 matt@austinpaintworks.com • austinpaintworks.com

Natalie Tischler • Ornamental Things • 727 Studios Jewelry

I design jewelry for heroines and daydreamers. I strive to create timeless pieces that have an authentic feel. I am inspired by bohemian ideas, bold women and living in the moment. I’m on a jewelry journey, exploring themes and process. I made jewelry as a hobby for twelve years before starting Ornamental Things in 2004.

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727 Airport Blvd Ste C • (512) 912-9450 natalie@ornamentalthings.com • ornamentalthings.com

Isabella Acosta • Acosta Studios • 727 Studios Painting, drawing

My figurative works are often inspired by bizarre forms of human expression. Surrealism is a true obsession of mine, an escape from reality with just a pencil and paper.

727 Airport Blvd • (512) 461-6562

isabella.acosta88@gmail.com • chickennoodledoodles.com


Pablo Taboada • 727 Studios Oil painting, watercolor

For the past year or so I have been primarily interested in painting landscapes of Central Texas. Either parks where I take my dog, Patches, for runs – Shoal Creek, Barton Creek, for example – or parks and ranches around Austin, but also as far as Big Bend or the Texas coast. I find that these locations provide all the beauty and pictorial challenge I could hope for as a painter.

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


Susannah Blanton • Blanton Art & Design Oil painting on canvas

The work I paint is the ongoing process of exploring a single theme in progressive series with the images reflecting emotional snapshots to help illustrate that story. My current series, Seeking Happy tackles just that: the search for achieving or defining happiness, as it may be biological, a conscious decision or a fleeting moment in time.

777 Shady Ln #7 • (512) 961-0161 blantondesign@me.com • blantonart.com



Stacy Kirk guest of Susannah Blanton Photography

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

Cynthia Bloom guest of Susannah Blanton Jewelry

My jewelry is a collectible blend of antique, vintage, and modern. For years, I have been collecting treasured antique beads, iridescent glass buttons, rare crystals, and gemstones. Inspired by old-world Czech Bohemian glass and Austrian crystal artisans, I infuse these dazzling objets d'art into each unique creation. Excited to celebrate 13 years as Cynthia Bloom Collectible Jewelry this fall.


777 Shady Ln #7 • (512) 779-7737 cindy@cynthiabloom.com • cynthiabloom.com

Tom Suhler • Exposure Fine Art Gallery & Studio Prints, still imagery, photography, video

This year’s exhibit Exploring Color & Character Relationships features new works and an interactive piece that allows you to create customized art that can be printed or sent to your phone. There are new videos and prints from other internationally acclaimed work. Tom Suhler creates imagery that on the surface is engagingly beautiful but also reveals deeper layers of mystery, grace and story.

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777 Shady Ln #8 • (512) 692-6166

tsuhler@tomsuhlerfineart.com • exposurefineartgallery.com

Kartwheel Craftsmanship and Joe Swec Sign Painting The Village Design, build, sign painting

The Village is a shared space home to Kartwheel Craftsmanship design/ build studio and Joe Swec Sign Painting Studio.

777 Shady Ln #16 • (805) 453-8964 signpainterjoe@gmail.com • joeswec.com


Pump Project Art Complex Multiple media

Pump Project is a non-profit visual art organization. Our mission is to enrich and reinforce Austin's creative community through working artist's studios and exhibition facilities. Over thirty different artists and craftspeople create work in our studios, and our gallery space rotates monthly exhibitions featuring local emerging artists.

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


Claire Sommers Buck • Claire Sommers Buck Jewelry Pump Project Art Complex Jewelry design, metalsmithing

Inspired by my love of folk and ethnic designs, my jewelry is originally designed and hand-fabricated using traditional metalsmithing techniques. I take great pride in creating pieces that are functional, durable, empowering and elegant. I hope you can stop by and say hello!

702 Shady Ln Studio D • (830) 515-6008

clairesommersbuck@gmail.com • clairesommersbuck.com



Jeana Baumgardner • Pump Project Art Complex Painting

Humor has always played a significant role in my paintings, where other worldly events and objects occupy places where nature collides with urban and industrial development. My most recent paintings flirt with the contradiction that a painting can be both playful and serious and are partly inspired by the movement and liveliness in the work of Julio Le Parc, a precursor of kinetic and Op art.


702 Shady Ln Studio H • jbaumgardner8@yahoo.com jeanabaumgardner.com

Donna Dechen Birdwell • Wide World Home Pump Project Art Complex Acrylic on handmade Nepali lokta paper

The figures in my paintings have the form and characteristics of human beings, but they are not people. Let’s call them “anthropomorphs”, like the figures we once painted on cave walls. Each one is naked, unadorned, fully disclosed, and inward focused. These beings have no individual stories. Each one exists only in the moment, its full potency expressed in a single existential situation.


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

Cheryl Finfrock • Pump Project Art Complex Acrylic on claybord, scratchbord, encaustic, monotype on paper

I like the idea that stories told with images can communicate silently but not necessarily quietly. My current series of paintings depicts the character of both place and person. I regard the picture plane as a stage and those who occupy it characters with their paradoxical natures and predicaments.

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702 Shady Ln Studio O • (512) 426-9217 cherylfinfrock@gmail.com • cherylfinfrock.com

Maggie Kleinpeter • Pump Project Art Complex Painting

My most recent paintings explore the relationship between the physicality of painting and memories of interruptions in landscape and sky.

702 Shady Ln Studio P • (917) 309-0733 maggie@supermaggie.com • maggiekleinpeter.com


Michelle Rahbar • Pump Project Art Complex Painting, mixed media

Painting allows me a complex and subtle language to communicate my ideas. I paint the space where memory and reality overlap because I exist there. These works are concerned with how memories double the space of your existence. The paintings embrace the indelible imprint of people and places that have gone before me. The ghost still lingers.

702 Shady Ln Studio R • (512) 905-2789 artmuscle@gmail.com • michellerahbar.com


Katy Hirschfeld • Pump Project Art Complex Collage, mixed media

The simple overlapping of many small pieces, arranged in just the right way speaks volumes, touching on issues implicitly without being overbearing or sanctimonious. My work tends to stand as a viewer's test, challenging what one sees versus what they feel in relation to the contemporary pits, progress and powers effecting as all.

702 Shady Ln Studio R • (732) 996-5435 katyhirschfeld@gmail.com • collage-garage.com





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Andrew Murray • Pump Project Art Complex Acrylic on wooden panel

I am a process painter who utilizes the physicality of paint to arrive at works with significant formalist underpinnings. I consciously use additive and reductive methods on the painting surface, creating layers that are worked into and through. On a conceptual level, I am exploring ideas of balance, weight, gravity as well as the both a physical and psychological landscape.


702 Shady Ln • andrewmurrayart@gmail.com andrewmurrayart.com

Landry McMeans Art & Design Pump Project Art Complex 3D design, cardboard

Landry McMeans is a relief artist who works with archival cardboard and acrylic paint to create abstract designs and landscapes of the southwest. Her use of texture, shadows, and spot color merges 2D and 3D design to create a multi dimensional experience.


702 Shady Ln • landry85@gmail.com landrymcmeans.com

Haley Lebeuf Jewelry guest at Pump Project Art Complex Silver, 14/20 gold-fill, 14k gold plate, 18k gold

Lebeuf’s latest collection, F E M M E, embraces the complexity of the feminine spirit: strong, sexy, delicate and whimsical. Offerings range from simple everyday items to one-of-a-kind pieces featuring unique gemstones. Each piece is handcrafted in silver with elements of 14k and 18k gold.

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

Kafka Lenton • Berlinetta • Pump Project Art Complex Painting, mixed media

If you saw the Dahlia painting last EAST, prepare to have your f**king mind blown this time. This painting is true insanity. I have stayed up for three months, night after night and put 20 years worth of work into this one painting. If you don't believe me, show up, convince me I am full of s**t and I will give it to you for free. No lie. It will be in the gallery waiting for you.

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


Edie Sunday • Pump Project Art Complex Photography, mixed media

I am an all analog photographer who uses improvised techniques to create vivid, obscure images, reminiscent of those I see in my sleep. In a broad sense, art allows me to honor the temporariness of my existence and discover a personal meaning to life that sets me free. My art is about sharing intimate pieces of my own experience, and from there finding a sense of deep connection with others. 702 Shady Ln • (281) 731-3243 ediesundayart@gmail.com • ediesunday.com


Rebecca Marino • Pump Project Art Complex Photography

My photographs are attempts to objectify and re-contextualize my emotional investment in certain places, objects, and astronomical concepts. In doing so, I hope to reassign value and give a hopeful recognition to what I am photographing.

702 Shady Ln • (713) 503-5570 rebeccalmarino@gmail.com • rebeccalmarino.com



Rene Guest • Eros Collective guest of Jeana Baumgardner Hand forged designs

Cristen Rene' Guest is the creative mind behind Rene' Guest Jewelry and Eros Collective. Both collections are hand fabricated in Austin by a combination of Guest and several talented jewelers.


702 Shady Ln • (512) 586-8465 info@eroscollective.com • eroscollective.com

Joshua Green • Pump Project Art Complex Sculpture

Josh Green's interest in geometry, physics, electronics and pattern provide the content for his sculpture. Intrigued by its optic qualities and its ability to change form, glass has been Green's primary material for over 10 years. Currently, Green is creating sculptures that use simple glass rods and LEDs to create works that have a modern design and aesthetic strength.


702 Shady Ln • josh@pumpproject.org joshuagreen.info

Edson Enriquez • Limbo Jewelry Pump Project Art Complex Jewelry

I am trying to prove a point with my work. Simple shapes and forms are beautiful already. As a designer, I feel we do not need to add to or drastically transform them, but simply present shapes the right way.

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702 Shady Ln Studio T • (512) 994-6878 info@limbojewelry.com • limbojewelry.com

Phil Sadler • Legacy Design House Neon glass bending

Once I bent my first piece of glass and had it pumped I knew I found something profoundly deep and enlightening. I created Legacy Design House for collaboration and creativity. I would like to welcome you to my studio space to witness the beauty of ionization in action and the opportunity to experience the process of the Neon craft. LDH specializes in design and neon signage. 5011 E Cesar Chavez St • (832) 515-1387 philsaddles@gmail.com


Nathan Warner and Buck Hubach Warbach Lighting & Design Custom lighting

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 unique and creative 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 warbach@warbach.com • warbach.com


Carolina Villarreal • ArtsyDreams • Artpost Watercolor, ink

Artsydream drawings started as a form of self therapy. From my own life experiences, the characters that make up artsydreams were born! What they embody is different emotions and the weight they carry. My drawings are all about people who never stop dreaming and soaking up life.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg A • (956) 639-7172 cv.artsydreams@gmail.com • artsydreamshop.com



Soña Holman • Artpost Paintings on canvas, clayboard, paperworks on wood

I get excited by the natural world – what's inside and underneath the surface of things – biologically, energetically and in the psyche. Trees, rocks, rivers, sky provide me ample material to jump off from. The vigorous energy and dynamic calm found in nature compel me to paint with that feeling of aliveness. My paperworks, freed from the geography of the page, become sculptural, delicate, transient.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg A • (415) 246-3300 info@sonaholman.com • sonaholman.com

Lacey Richter • Back Porch Studio • Artpost Paint, charcoal, pastel, electric tape, mesh, found objects, video

A mixed-media artist, I create works laced in facets and dualities of my own nature, ultimately exploring something deeper within my spirit. Recently I have stepped into video, documenting myself dancing in raw and sacred spaces (chapels, constructions sites, and horse stables.) An intuitive stirring moves me to express in emotive and intimate ways. *My video work recently debuted in France ~ oui.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg A • (512) 585-3222 laceyrrichter@yahoo.com • laceyraerichter.com

NJ Weaver • Artpost Encaustic mixed media

I use layers of wax, mixed media and gestural markings as a form of expression and communication when words no longer suffice.

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4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg B • (512) 663-6690 njweaver11@gmail.com • njweaver.com

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


Jodi Rae Brownstein • Jodi Rae Designs • Artpost Sterling silver, rare gems, minerals, fossils

My hand fabricated jewelry is a flirtation between contradictory elements. Using Sterling silver, rare gems, minerals and fossils, I explore edginess, while retaining a degree of sophistication and timelessness. Attention to detail and versatility are paramount while aiming to create striking, wearable, and collectable jewelry that expresses the personality of the women and men who wear it. 4704 E Cesar Chavez St Ste 310 jodi@jodiraedesigns.com • jodiraedesigns.com


Lucy MacQueen • Artpost Venetian plaster, gold leaf, plexiglass

I am fascinated by the mercurial nature of weather, and its effects on sky and water. This is what I am endeavoring to capture in my work.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St • lucymacqueen@mac.com lucymacqueen.com



George Silas • Artpost Paper, acrylic, fine art printing

The current work focuses on the internal rhythms between the multitude of parts that form our self. How do they integrate, where they came from, and what they desire.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St • (916) 442-7994 barkhead@gmail.com • georgesilas.com

Scott Saunders • Artpost Mixed media sculpture

Against landscape and organic forms, I juxtapose machine-like structures. I create all of my work with a metaphorical structure in mind: ideas about mind and body, agency and epistemology. I use my art making as a way of thinking about these subjects, with the goal that each piece encourages long term exploration and contemplation.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St scott@scottsaundersfineart.com • scottsaundersfineart.com

Julie Stansberry • Artpost Oil, watercolor painting

My work focuses on the beauty of color and creating shapes that flow together effortlessly for the viewer's eye. The contours seen in each painting are heavily influenced by lines and hues perceived in nature.

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4704 E Cesar Chavez St • juliestansberryart@gmail.com juliestansberryart.com

Sara Vanderbeek • Artpost Oil, acrylic, gouache painting, drawing, printmaking

Sara Vanderbeek is a multi-disciplinary artist marrying classical traditions and techniques with contemporary sensibilities. Her subjects range from figurative to conceptual, with a focus on portraiture, culture and technical process. Details, pattern and human likeness are presented through pools of liquid paint and swirling medium that balance spontaneity with methodical and meticulous craft. 4704 E Cesar Chavez St • (718) 964-8180 sara.vanderbeek@gmail.com • saravanderbeek.com


Nola Parker guest of Sara Vanderbeek Gouache on board

My current work explores the intersection of natural and man-made worlds. I paint to capture the vibrant and hypnotic qualities of our natural environments and to document the homes we create, whether they be structures, spaces, or shared moments.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 767-8748 parker.nola@gmail.com • nolaparker.com


Indio Arts • Artpost Wood, metal, electronics, lighting

Daydreaming 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 functional sculpture.

4704 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 587-6374 indioarts@gmail.com • indioarts.com



Court Lurie • Artpost Contemporary abstract

I explore questions about human consciousness, our evolution, and the relationship between science, technology, and spirituality. I find patterns in nature, industry, and thought–behavior, sound, and dialogue that intrigue me. I investigate their origin and integrate the findings into my work.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St • (505) 280-5808 court8@mac.com • courtlurie.com

Foster Talge • Artpost Metal

I make big metal trees.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 673-3913 ftalge@gmail.com

Travis Seeger guest of Foster Talge Metal sculpture

Modern and beautifully composed, Travis Seeger tempers his contemporary metal sculpture with an arsenal of patinas, oxidation and paints. His new Sphere collection explores the primary shape in steel, rust, wood and illumination.

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4704 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 535-8009 travis@travisseegerart.com • travisseegerart.com

Paul Meyer • Artpost Painting

My paintings are comprised of wood, mortar, fabrics, powdered chalk, dyes, adhesives, stain and paint on canvas or wood panels. I am intrigued by the space between objective and non-objective imagery. The moment in which there is a sense of something emerging, existing and passing-there is a beauty in the transient nature of even the most tangible of things becoming intangible. 4704 E Cesar Chavez St • paulmeyerstudios@me.com paulmeyerstudios.com


Somsy Vejsiri • Artpost Photography

My love of photography/travels has sent on as far as the desert of Saudi Arabia and the jungles of Asia. I find true passion/addiction in capturing people and places in their essence and sharing my discoveries with others. The craft I continued to pursue highlights and expresses my fascination with humanism beauty and stillness of the present moment that exists without limitations and boundaries. 4620 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg A • (323) 251-2435 somsystudio@yahoo.com • somsyphotography.com


Kristy Darnell Battani • Artpost Mixed media, oil, encaustic, 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. I am drawn to discarded forms of communication—be it old textbooks, letters, posters, maps or signage—that with color, pattern or texture evoke a visual reference to a time or place and, upon closer examination, reveal a hint of the past. 4620 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg B • (512) 270-0267 kristy@kristybattani.com • kristybattani.com



Jules Buck Jones • The Bizzle Diggery Painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, video

I make paintings, drawings, sculpture, and video about wildlife and wild environments. The work I create are attempts to mirror and abstract the natural world. Abstract thoughts on biology and mythology create images and spaces of supernatural authority and presence. I use pencils, paper, ink, paint, cardboard, wood and many other accessible materials to bring my work to life.


4701 Red Bluff Rd Ste B • (512) 968-2902 julesbuckjones@gmail.com • julesbuckjones.com

Tiny Truck Studios Artists, designers, fabricators

Tiny Truck Studios is a production space of creative builders and artists in Austin, TX. We are a gallery, artist studios, and full scale workshop capable of everything from fine art to commercial fabrication. We strive to create unique pieces centered around innovative design, fine craftsmanship, and creative problem solving.


4701 Red Bluff Rd Ste C • (512) 423-8170 info@tinytruckstudios.com • tinytruckstudios.com

Nimer Aleck • Tiny Truck Studios Fine art, consumer objects

Working out of Tiny Truck Studios, Nimer finds a balance between academic fine art and the continuous pursuit of skilled craftsmanship. His art focuses on the relationships between who we are and the objects we consume. Through the use of absurdity and humor, he attempts to break down some of the contextual barriers between works of art, and the community that experiences it.

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4701 Red Bluff Rd Ste C • (512) 221-8476 naleck@thesmartaleck.com • thesmartaleck.com

Adrian Whipp • Lumiere Tintype Wet plate collodion photography

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 streams 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


Brian David Johnson • Splinter Group North Wood

I have been designing and making furniture and fine cabinetry from my Splinter Group workshop since opening the doors in 2002. In the fall of 2009 I began making smaller decor designs under the label BDJ Craft Works and that is now my primary focus. Please stop by, see the new work coming out and enjoy a Topo Chico and a Clementine if there are any left. And a good cup of coffee if you're lucky. 4709 E 5th St • (512) 797-8852 brian@bdjcraftworks.com • bdjcraftworks.com


Andy St. Martin • Concentrated Paintings Splinter Group North Painting, drawing, collage, assemblage

This past year found me up to my elbows in collage making, a medium which had been suspected in my paintings and assemblages but had never been fleshed out. Well, come by and see them in the flesh, or rather the paper, glue, sumi, pencil, etc. They and I will be there, as well as work from my previous exhibit Memory Tag at Test Tube, and paintings to be seen at UT Austin's Bass Concert Hall, winter 2015. 4709 E 5th St • (512) 385-7220 andystmartin@hotmail.com • andystmartin.com



Mark Maček • Maček Furniture Company Splinter Group Design, custom wood furniture

This is the Presider's Chair for Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel at St. Edward's University, Austin, TX. The historic building is being renovated by Pollen Architecture who asked me to design and to make the altar, lectern, tabernacle, and other furniture. The Chapel was consecrated in October of this year.


405 Springdale Road • (512) 385-7220 mark@macekfurniture.com • macekfurniture.com

Tom Fisher • Delta Millworks Custom furniture, wood, metal

I design and build custom furniture utilizing metal and wood. I focus on practical pieces of furniture with a modern art aesthetic.


4701 E 5th St • (512) 466-7724 tomfisher984@gmail.com

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.

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

A&K Woodworking and Design • Edwood Studio Co-op Wood

A&K Woodworking and Design is a small business founded in 2013 by Amanda McKeever and Khiem Nguyen. A&K is dedicated to the craft of fine woodworking and handmade goods. The couple’s work combines their love of mid-century modern shapes with the clean lines of Japanese design. Their pieces are crafted using traditional techniques mixed with modern day technology to embrace the past and present. 3403 E 4th St • (860) 965-5886 info@akwoodanddesign.com • akwoodanddesign.com


Michalovic wood art Wood, paint

Michalovic wood art ----- handmade woodwork art and design.... Guest artist line up galore ----- Adam Young, Raina Michalovic, Andy Rhin, Ana Klausmann.....and more.....

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


Hatch Workshop Wood, steel furniture, installations

Hatch Workshop is an affiliation of friends who enjoy all that is thoughtful and well-crafted. Our work is inspired by people we've met and things we've seen/found. By combining our love of traditional wood joinery, old machinery and dumpster diving we are able to produce furniture and installations that are durable, resourceful and comfortable.

641 Tillery St • (512) 999-2634 andrew@hatchworkshop.com • hatchworkshop.com



Michael Yates • Michael Yates Design • Fort Tillery Custom, production furniture design, manufacturing

Each year we look back and hope to find evidence of better work, more refined and honest designs, clients more overwhelmingly pleased, expectations further blown away, visions more accurately executed, and new skills employed. So if you’re local or in the neighborhood, feel free to set up a shop visit sometime, or give us a call from anywhere to make an order or talk about your next project.


618 Tillery St • (512) 922-4640

howdy@michaelyatesdesign.com • michaelyatesdesign.com

Ann Armstrong • Ann-Made • Fort Tillery Mixed media, steel, wood, paper, plastic

Map Making, Urbanography, Exploring Austin on Foot, City-Wide Creative Collaborations, Art Education, and Tiny Houses. Come by during EAST to make a map or two, and/or talk and ponder any of the above. For more detailed info visit: austinsatlas.com, mixedmedialab.wordpress.com, startsmallblog.tumblr.com.


618 Tillery St Bldg C • ann@ann-made.org ann-made.org

Suzanne Wyss guest of Ann Armstrong Sculpture, installation, collaboration

I create large scale installations, sculptures and wearable art that focus on nature. By turning industrial materials into organic forms, I offer an escape from reality into the illogical forest of my mind.

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618 Tillery St Bldg C • (605) 391-7824 suzannewyss@gmail.com • suzannewyss.com

Derek Mulch • Green Summit Studio • Fort Tillery Custom furniture, lighting, sculpture

Green Summit Studio, a design-build wood shop, focusing on sustainably built custom furniture and lighting.

618 Tillery St • (512) 557-8696 derek@greensummitstudio.com • greensummitstudio.com


Melanie Levin guest of Derek Mulch Alternative photography

Using a combination of film and digital techniques, I have created a limited set of ethereal images, printed on watercolor paper using alternative processing. Some are bleached and toned to compliment the content. Each image is a one-of-a-kind.

618 Tillery St • (214) 460-3657 mglev08@yahoo.com • mglev.com


Spencer Cook • Fort Tillery Silver on glass

My work is generated by setting off autonomous processes around intentional gestures. Chemicals flow over obstructions and ink runs out of its printed boundary. This collaboration is completely unpredictable and creates an attitude and affect completely out of my control. They read as painterly despite having never been actually touched.

618 Tillery St • (361) 537-7051 scook@scook.info • scook.info



Industry Print Shop Screenprint

This collective of creative individuals has birthed the artist run print shop that has become a powerhouse in Austin. On any given day you may find them printing 10,000 shirts for your favorite music fest or producing fine art prints for a prolific contemporary artist. Their current body of work represents the diverse and intense perspective of this unique constellation of talent. @industryprintshop


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

JCR WORK • HORSESHOE Laser cut mobile assemblies, wood block prints

Founded in 1979, JCR WORK represents the creative output of Julio CarreonReyes. Inspired in equal parts by the natural and technological worlds, the work draws upon the emergent patterns in animal / plant morphology. JCR WORK is committed to producing high quality, timeless, fragments of imagination for the home.


3109 E Cesar Chavez St • mightyjulio@gmail.com jcrwork.bigcartel.com

Jenna Lynne Foster • HORSESHOE Printmaking

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 is influenced by ideas of ambiguity, cyclicality, and movement.

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3109 E Cesar Chavez St • (254) 733-2887 jennalynnefoster@gmail.com • jennalynnefoster.com

Satch Grimley • HORSESHOE Oil on panel

Satch Grimley is a native Austinite and has been working in fine art serigraphy for over 15 years. He incorporates painting, collage, and printmaking to produce remarkable works exploring themes of endangered nature and order and balance in a chaotic world. This year he offers large rabbit-occupied collages, summer-inspired prints, and enchanting, dreamy oils of children's toy vehicles. 3109 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 745-1355 mail@satchgrimley.com • satchgrimley.com


Elliot Morgan • HORSESHOE Laser-cut, stained wood

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 and Riders Against the Storm, he is currently working on a series of black and white wood cutouts that translate his fat-lined style into three dimensions. 3109 E Cesar Chavez St • elliotmorgan@mac.com elliotmorgan.portfoliobox.me


Ryan McKerley Ceramics

Porcelain pottery.

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



Ross Grady High guest of Ryan Mckerley Ceramics

It was either this or prison. And I don't look good in a dress.


2710 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 775-9474 highross@yahoo.com • instagram.com/ombcstudio

Lance McMahan and Aaron Reynolds Painting, mixed media

Lance McMahan is a Texas native that has been showing/living in the Austin area since 1995. His work varies from sculptural and abstract to figurative color studies. Aaron Reynolds' figurative compositions speak both to American romance and detritus. His bold depictions of common folk, progressive elites, and domestic landscapes allude to the stories of people and places that often go untold.


2614 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 590-2254 ergotus_clay@yahoo.com

Arts and Recreation Screen printing, mixed media

"Fantastic" is the word that local people, all over the world, inevitably use when Arts and Recreation rolls onto the scene. If its 5 or 300 projects at once it's a completely amazing sight! Depending upon the local point of view A+R looks like an invasion of (a) hipsters, (b) an old guy trying to be 20 or (c) small group of designers lucky to be doing the work they love.

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2604 E Cesar Chavez St Ste 1 • (713) 791-7908 info@arts-rec.com • http://arts-rec.com/

Michael Sieben Limited-edition screen prints

Michael Sieben is a professional illustrator and artist whose work has been exhibited and reviewed worldwide as well as featured in numerous illustration anthologies. He is currently the managing editor of Thrasher Magazine and has a monthly column in Juxtapoz Magazine. He is also a founding member of Okay Mountain Collective.

2604 E Cesar Chavez St Ste 2 • (512) 698-0327 sieben@msieben.com • msieben.com


J.J. Campbell • Rural Rooster Screen printing, graphic design

We’ve traveled the world of DIY and makeshift ar t school solutions, but we are also fully trained on the industrial ways. We look for creative and effective ways to make, present, or print your items. We put that extra touch on every item because it’s the small things that take impressions to the next level. We specialize in branding, graphic design, and screen printed posters and t-shir ts. 2602 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 420-8558 info@ruralrooster.com • ruralrooster.com


Carly Weaver Oil paintings, drawings on wood

I paint a lot of grackles and a lot of other things.

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




Squidrabbit Print art, picture books

Rabbit needs to get out of his mortal coil when he can. That's why he makes things. Be it a street in New Mexico, a factory his dad took him to in 1979 or a giraffe in space. As long as there's some transcendence he's a happy working Squid.


2606 E 2nd St • (512) 971-4388 squidrabbit1@gmail.com • squidrabbit.com

Ender Martos • Ender Martos' Art & Design Studio Painting, installation, design

The optical artist is the constructive magician. Ender Martos seeks to draw the audience into his own particular realm of illusion and effect by using techniques of simultaneous color degradation and reverse contrast. As well as incorporating monofilament lines and plexiglass to add a translucent and reflective texture. Light becomes a component to each piece, spiraling the viewer into successive layers of patterns, designs, and depth.


2803 E 5th St • (512) 785-8055 endermartos@gmail.com • endermartos.com

Alvaro Carrizosa • EACA Studio Custom furniture, metal, stone

I design and build custom furniture. I’m interested in creating custom objects utilizing metal and stone. My objective is to create pieces that are unique and expressive.

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2803 E 5th St • (210) 867-7490 eaca80@gmail.com • alvarocarrizosa.com

Leigh Taylor Wyatt and Shara Funari East Side Glass Studio Hand blown glass

East Side Glass Studio is owned and operated by Leigh Taylor Wyatt and Shara Funari. ESGS is open to the public through select classes and events. Observe glass blowing, schedule a class, and visit our onsite gallery for beautiful home decor, gifts and custom orders! HOT GLASS COLD BEER, Saturday Nov. 22nd 7-10pm.

507 Calles St • (512) 815-2569 info@eastsideglassstudio.com • eastsideglassstudio.com


Michael W. Hall guest at East Side Glass Studio Mural, gouache, watercolor

I am entranced by ideas of travel and of sneaking into hidden worlds. I spend much of my time moving alongside America's railroads. Hiding in the shadows beneath bridges, sitting unseen behind bushes, waking up to discover I don't know what state I'm in, I find inspiration. It's not difficult to connect my twisting lines of color to the network of tracks and trails that criss-cross my world. 507 Calles St • (267) 709-2174 mmmwhhh@gmail.com • ontheborderofamericanvision.blogspot.com


ASPCO (Artist 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 screenprinting workspace and studio in which to collaborate and create original works. During EAST we will have screen printing demos and artists showcasing their works, including posters, home goods, textiles, clothing and more!

507 Calles St Ste 106 • (512) 434-9339 info@aspco.org • aspco.org



Brooke Gassiot • Mass Gallery Light boxes, video installations

Using light, form and sometimes video, I transform spaces to elicit some form of emotion.


507 Calles St Ste 108 • (512) 299-2254 brooke.gassiot@gmail.com • brookegassiot.com

Sky Candy Aerial, circus arts

Sky Candy’s mission is to share our love of aerial and circus arts with Austin, TX. We exist to foster a safe and supportive community for learning, performance and collaboration. Come defy gravity and fly with us!


507 Calles St Ste 117 • (512) 800-4998 info@skycandyaustin.com • skycandyaustin.com

Agnes Seebass • Aluxa Studio Silver, copper, gold

Agnes Seebass has a German and a Mexican background which are melted into her esthetic language. Though she is influenced by the styles and techniques of earlier Mexican silversmiths whose interpretations of preColumbian motifs define much of their work, Agnes is a modernist whose designs only subtly reflect this influence.

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507 Calles St Ste 121 • (512) 568-8405 agnes.seebass@me.com • agnesseebass.com

Neena Buxani guest of Agnes Seebass Acrylic paint, gouache

I’m inspired by beauty, fashion, positive energy, music and life. To me it's not about what I paint but rather, how my art makes you feel. I let color guide my paintings and take them to a place where unrealized emotions are found. It is almost as though each artwork is a set of emotions compressed into layers of paint; an extension of me released on canvas...

507 Calles St Ste 121 • (512) 587-1151 neenasart@gmail.com • neenabuxani.com


Luis Rico Oil, mixed media

Through my painting I attempt to inspire viewers to rediscover everyday objects and occurrences in order to become conscious of the beauty and magic that is hidden in our daily surroundings and experiences.

2412 Hidalgo St • (512) 552-6416 luisgarico@hotmail.com


Jose Lopez Oil

I am making an effor t to represent some of the main themes of the human condition such as love, fear, beauty, loneliness, evil, sense of humor, etc. I think that the best way to do this is with figurative painting. Oil on canvas is my preferred media. I am a self taught ar tist and I am teaching myself to use classical painting techniques, such as the underpainting and the application of glazes. 2412 Hidalgo St • (512) 796-9276 joselogabo@gmail.com • joseloart.blogspot.com



Mary Chriss • UP Collective Mixed media, surfboards, skateboards

By using paints, metal and mixed media, I'm able to create three dimensional scuptures with skateboards. I also paint retired surfboards that can be displayed as artwork, as well as custom boards that can be ridden.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St • (361) 510-0902 marychriss@gmail.com

Kristin White • UP Collective Shifter Kart tires, recycled auto and tractor parts

In life, I am inspired by perseverance, transformation and unity without conformity. I carry my passion for these movements into my art through seeking out, recreating, and collaborating discarded pieces. Shifting objects from function to form using vivid colors to highlight shape and texture while giving them a renewed purpose and reason to be appreciated.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 769-7941 kristin@thekristincollection.com • thekristincolletion.com

Jonathan Biehl • Jbiehlart • UP Collective Oil, acrylic, graphite, charcoal, ink

I need to paint. The process allows me the opportunity to explore the world in my own way. In many ways it is the only way I can make sense of nature, human cognizance and that sometimes overwhelming feeling of why? It's for this reason I wake up everyday, say why not, and continue to explore.

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2326 E Cesar Chavez St • jonathanbiehl-art.com

Anastasia Grebnova • UP Collective Oil on canvas

I paint to convey the message of peace, light and unity. The images for my paintings come to me from meditation and observation of human form. By revealing the harmony and unity in elemental forms and shapes, my purpose is a healing one. It is designed to transfigure the human experience of life and death, and to awaken mankind to enlightening power of unity with the universe. 2326 E Cesar Chavez St • (908) 398-5670 info@anastasiagrebnova.com • anastasiagrebnova.com


Christopher Taylor Timberlake Jewelry

I use the traditional elements of jewelry, that of metal (recycled) and stone (carved by me). In the creation of my work I use myself as a “filter” of scientific observations and data in order to give form to the forces of nature. My jewelry is inspired by the numerically irregular patterns and shapes caused by these forces, especially focusing on the geological processes involved in erosion. 2308 E Cesar Chavez St Unit B • (913) 579-2388 christimberlake@gmail.com • cttjewelry.com


Andrew Long Painting, photography

Long has exhibited widely; commissioned projects include ICA (London), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston); multiple solo exhibitions including McMurtrey Gallery (Houston), Conduit Gallery (Dallas), Plus Gallery (Denver); Group: Texas Paint: Out of Abstraction (Arlington Museum), Austin Museum of Art, Kim Foster Gallery (New York). The Austonian, W Hotel, and 2124 Condos have recently acquired his work. 2106 Willow Street • (512) 450-1045 art@andrewlong.net • andrewlong.net



Winn Wittman Sculpture, painting

These giant brushstrokes, or “Swashes” of paint, represent the power of creativity and the essence of painting as a human endeavor. The work is also concerned with the color, texture and pure physical and accidental properties of paint as it is manipulated by the artist. Winn Wittman is an internationally-recognized award-winning architect and artist working in Austin, Texas.


2108 Willow St • (512) 630-2724 info@swash-art.com • swash-art.com

Pehr Smith Acrylic, gouache, ink, watercolor, mixed media, collage

The Horse is mythic, mysterious and elegant to light up an entire landscape. I use this form to travel inner space, filling sketchbooks with blasts of energy in quick gestures, transcribing the energy and essence into movement. I morph my intent into horse and landscape. Studies are peeled out, conjoined and framed. They echo past travail and offer inspiring vibrations into the future.


2110 Willow St • (512) 623-9059 pehr1960@yahoo.com • pehrsmithart.com

Andrew Long • Annex Small Works Sale Painting, photography

It is time to clear my studio of all smaller works. In this annex, three doors down from my studio, over 100 small works ranging from 8 x 8” to 20 x 30” will be sharply discounted. Paintings, collages, drawings, photographs, framed, unframed, some dating back 15 years I kept for my personal collection. Yes, everything must go! No reasonable offer refused… seriously.

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2112 Willow Street • (512) 450-1045 art@andrewlong.net • andrewlong.net

capture the flag collective Furniture, jewelry, painting, photography, performance

Fine Art Collective representing Austin, Dallas and San Francisco exhibiting visual art, contemporary design, custom furniture, fashion accessories and objects of curiosity. Exhibiting artists include: Michael Brady, Heather Blaikie, Suza Kanon, Lee Nelson, Patchen Preston, P.A. Jones, Jon Preston, Dana Duval and April Hopkins with DJ Patchen Preston and Barrett Miller of the band Wavicle. 94 Anthony St • (214) 931-2802 likes2tinker@gmail.com • michaelbradydesigns.com


Rebecca Layton • Rekh & Datta • Prizer Textile design, hand wood block prints, clothing, housewares

Rekh & Datta is a textile design studio founded by artist Rebecca Layton. Weaving sustainable hand block printing with modern minimal designs, Rekh & Datta is modeled on the “slow clothes” concept – an alternative to mass-produced clothing that allows for small-batch, artisan-made, sustainable products. Each piece is made from custom printed fabric using modernist-inspired architectural forms. 2023 E Cesar Chavez St • rebecca@rekhdatta.com rekhdatta.com


Griffon Ramsey • the FORT Chainsaw, oil

The FORT is an art event space located at 3rd and Chicon. It is shared by chainsaw artist Griffon Ramsey, oil painter Leslie Williamson and music and fashion artist J. Logan McFee, aka VGTBL INT'L Clothing & Culture. Check out thefortatx.com for the FORT's schedule of events for EAST 2014. There will be plenty of art, music and live chainsaw sculpting!

301 Chicon St G • (512) 300-8089 griffon.ramsey@gmail.com • thefortatx.com



Don Rock • Terror and Chaos Studios Serigraphy, mixed media paintings, prints, hand-printed clothing

Expelled from art school at a young age, Don Rock has been screenprinting anything that will stand still since the early 1980's. From punk-rock posters and tour shirts, craft beer labels and tattoos to large-scale paintings and custom textiles, his work can be found all over the world. Don and Leann Rock are co-founders of Chaos Card Company, a hand-printed greeting card, clothing and accessories line.


504 Onion St • chaoscardcompany@gmail.com facebook.com/chaoscardcompany

Blue Deer Studio Sculpture, wire work, bead work

We are a studio dedicated to producing high quality sculpture, wire work, bead work, and ceramics.


516 Navasota St • (512) 945-8108 junaripa@gmail.com

Andrea Nelson Drawing, painting, mixed media

Landscapes of the Texas sky, highway overpasses, transmission and cell phone towers. Deeply layered paintings of words, symbols, numbers and maps. Drawings of babies, children, toys, sea creatures, pets and other precious things.

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1408 E 6th St • andrea@andreanelsonart.com andreanelsonart.com

Clayworks Studio and Gallery Ceramics

Clayworks’ handcrafted ceramics reflect the palette and the spirit of Austin, Texas where we’ve been making tiles, pottery and clay sconces for the past 35 years. We mix our own clay and glazes and fire everything onsite. 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


Johnny Sullivan Photography

The book Idle Moments and the photographic prints that accompany the work are a diaristic account of a fight against mental illness. A current project, an untitled figure study working with the light and long exposures will also be on view.

601 Brushy St Ste 401 • (646) 326-5561 vivaodessa@gmail.com • johnnysullivanphotography.com


Knoxy Knox • Knox Photographics • 501 Studios Visual arts

knox photographics houses a co-working studio that hosts a wide spectrum of visual artists and creatives, including: industrial design, graphic design, food photography, fashion photography, videography, etc. the studio is used to create art, and is available for studio rentals, events, parties, as a meeting space, and in the future, a non-profit art gallery. works of various artists will be on display – come meet the artists! 906 E 5th St Studio 106 • (512) 270-8355 knoxy@knoxphotographics.com • knoxphotographics.com



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Hanuman Board Co. • Pine Street Station Wood

Hanuman Board Co. creates custom longboards crafted by hand featuring illustrations painted by local Austin artists. As an alternative, customers can elect to paint their own board or submit a digital design or photograph to be used as the artwork on their deck. Other projects still in the works include furniture, skis, snowboards, surf/paddle boards, skimboards and motorized boards. Roll on by.


1101 E 5th St • hanumanboards@gmail.com

Laura Sturtz • Pine Street Station Recycled metals, sculpture, mobiles, jewelry, chess sets, 2D art

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 relationship issues, making something useful, drawing attention to the wonders of the natural world….


1101 E 5th St • (512) 282-9480 artist@artist123.com • artist123.com

Taylor Winn • Pine Street Station Oil, acrylic, metallic alkyds on large-scale canvas, panel

Color, process and materials define my art. My approach to painting centers on developing new ways of using paint to coerce color into visually interesting forms. Colors rooted in nature, history and culture are amplified with chemical and physical manipulations to produce cracking, bubbling and flowing pigment migrations within the work. Unique delivery of beautiful color is my intention.

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1101 E 5th St • (512) 971-1540 info@taylorwinnart.com • taylorwinnart.com

Sophie Roach Drawing

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. 1401 E 4th St #101 • (512) 577-5062 hello@sophieroach.com • sophieroach.com


Barry George Sculptures Forged, welded steel, found objects

I have been creating using the found object since 1987 and in the early nineties began to incorporate blacksmith style forging into the creative process. My work ranges from small yard art works to large and sometimes kinetic sculptures, often with social and political commentary.

204 Attayac St • (512) 775-7301 • bgeo8@yahoo.co.uk


Susan White guest of Barry George Sculptures Fine leathers

I create one of a kind fine leather garments and bags, each piece becomes a personal statement for the wearer.

204 Attayac St • (512) 636-1917 wahousue@gmail.com



Jennifer Chenoweth • Fisterra Studio Drawing, painting, sculpture

Working forward from studio process and backward from an idea, artist Jennifer Chenoweth creates dynamic artwork in whatever material best fits the concept. Her current projects, the Hedonic Map of Austin and Sacred Space, create opportunities for participation and interaction. Visitors to Fisterra Studio enjoy a community party and a display of guest artists work in this home and studio.


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

Jason Webb guest at Fisterra Studio Acrylic

Fundamentally, my work is concerned with value. I carefully examine and paint discarded possessions or abandoned places, that have been exhausted of their value. I also paint collections of objects which carry deep personal value for their owners.


1200 E 2nd St • (512) 619-3926 jason@jasonwebbart.com • jasonwebbart.com

Calder Kamin guest at Fisterra Studio Sculpture installation, digital drawings, hands-on activities

We affect the natural world in many ways but rarely think about our impact. I am drawn to the contradictory aspects of our relationships with animals and the environment. My sculpture, digital drawings and interactive projects educate audiences about the anomalies of animal, human, and man-made coevolution.

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1200 E 2nd St • (512) 826-6321 calderk@gmail.com • calderkamin.wordpress.com

Aaron Weiss guest at Fisterra Studio Video, variable dimensions

Inner Sanctum, a film by Aaron Weiss and Robert Weiss, was inspired by candid conversations with mortician Dale Carter. They explore unique perspectives about the fragility and complexity of the human condition. Through being granted access to this foreign and forbidden world of the funerary process they present this subject through the lens of spirituality and mysticism paired with social realism. 1200 E 2nd St • (512) 789-8539

aaron@onestoryproductions.com • onestoryproductions.com


Katelena Hernandez Cowles guest at Fisterra Studio Performance, installation, social action, comfort, love, objects

My work brings viewers comfort, in the form of happiness, ease or cathartic release. In my Comfort Station at Fisterra, I will offer this through the media of hugs, gift-giving, lullabies, hair play, Band-Aid placement, and other intimate offerings and objects. I will present formal performances and interactions each day of EAST between 3 and 4pm. Find more information at katelenahernandez.net. 1200 E 2nd St • katelenahernandez.net


Lisa Choinacky guest at Fisterra Studio Painting, installation

Lisa Choinacky's work examines the minutiae of the relationships within her community. During this year's East Austin Studio Tour she shares her current work which lives between meditation and socialization.

1200 E 2nd St • 5126534104 choinacky@gmail.com • lisachoinacky.com



Beachwalker Boxes Wood, glass

We make one-of-a-kind sculptural boxes from unique woods and etched and carved glass and kiln-cast glass. We are obsessed with the box as an art form, because boxes are meant to conceal and reveal, and playing on that duality gives endless possibilities for artistic exploration.


1507 E 2nd St • (512) 434-9171 beachwalkerboxes@gmail.com • beachwalkerboxes.com

Waterstreet Collective • Shaman Modifications Oil painting, mixed media

Shaman Modifications' private tattoo studio is the hybrid studio and gallery space to four local tattoo and fine ar tists. Justin Vickers, Nick Baxter, James Hall and Kady Anne Wiiie inhabit a calm and creative workspace displaying their fine ar t, with plans to showcase the work of other local and emerging ar tists.


1601 E Cesar Chavez St Ste 103 • (512) 963-8639 jameshasemail@yahoo.com • jameshallcreative.com

Mo Gambill Jewelry

Mo Gambill has been making jewelry on the eastside since 2003. For the last ten years his work has focused on working closely with clients to design unique and individual wedding and engagement rings. He recently opened a new studio to build a line of modern, ready to wear jewelry. His work is handcrafted, artfully conceived and built to last a lifetime.

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1407 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 767-8941 momentousjewelry@gmail.com • momentousjewelry.com

Liliana Wilson • Liliana Wilson Art Acrylic on panel, canvas, pencil on paper

My images come from the subconscious. Many of the figures I create appear in ‘other-world’ environments. Often my compositions represent single moments in the lives of individuals that serve as metaphors for those lives. Recently my work has shifted to incorporate spiritual aspects of the universe and its surrounding beauty as necessary components of the human experience. 1404 Canterbury St • (512) 431-5658 lilianawilson@earthlink.net • lilianawilson.com


Carlos Lowry guest of Liliana Wilson Art Acrylic on canvas

Two major experiences influence my art: my Latin American upbringing and my work as a muralist. My paintings are figurative and inspired by culture, politics and technology. Musicians, film and networked reality are frequent themes. My process is an unmapped journey that leads to unanticipated places. Although the stories in my paintings are accessible, they do not entirely reveal themselves. 1404 Canterbury St • (512) 797-5405 carlos@nuevoanden.com


Cecilia Colomé guest of Liliana Wilson Art Oil on canvas

My artwork focuses on nature. I paint nature by isolating an object and adding a surreal quality to the image. I tend to work in series based primarily on color. I often use shades of grey, ranging from almost white to black to create an image then applying transparent glazes of color. This color technique allows me to add a surreal atmosphere and create complex and subtle textures on the canvas. 1404 Canterbury St • (512) 431-7470 landscapewithtea@gmail.com



John Cruz guest of Liliana Wilson Art Mixed media on wood, canvas

Artist John Cruz holds a BFA from Texas State University and lives and works in Austin, Texas. He looks to find the social commentary and humor in the commonality of his themes. He comments, “When you look at an object or person and find its banality and its strangeness at the same time, that’s the moment I’m interested in capturing – the absurdity of that moment is what I find interesting."


1404 Canterbury St • cruz9000@yahoo.com etsy.com/shop/cruzart

Billy Barron Gouache, ink, paper, wood

I am fascinated by the structure and fabric of the universe: particles, waves, light, color.


1309 Garden St • wbbarron@gmail.com

Elizabeth Lodowski • Cross Street Studio Pen and ink, paint, collage

This work recognizes the beauty of imperfection in the human form as we age, change, recover and heal.

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1220 Taylor St • (713) 855-5255 elodowski@gmail.com • elizabethlodowski.com

Cecelia Russell • Waller and Holly Studio Acrylics

I enjoy the pairing of whimsical and real. My paintings are inspired by photographs, newspapers, magazines and family.

56 Waller St • (512) 799-8588 • kiwiaustin@aol.com


Max Fitzgibbon guest at Waller and Holly Studio Urban, fantasy

It's pretty simple. I like to doodle. I put my marker/pen to whatever I am drawing on and a kind of metamorphosis takes place. Characters and emotions collide.

56 Waller St • (512) 363-0490 maddmaxxfitz@gmail.com


Louis Eastman guest at Waller and Holly Studio Painting

My art is for the most part improvisational. My drawings and paintings are started with little to no planning. I enjoy filling spaces with organic shapes and leaving it up to the viewers imagination to find imagery. My biggest influence/inspiration would be pop artist Keith Haring. Keith passed away in the 80's, but I like to think his spirit and style lives on.

56 Waller St • (512) 450-1233 louiseastman@gmail.com



You should be kissed and often, You should be kissed and often, and by someone who knows how. and by someone who knows how.

ON VIEW THROUGH JANUARY 4 21st and Guadalupe Streets Free admission, donations welcome www.hrc.utexas.edu 512-471-8944


Farewell Books Bryan Schutmaat and Matthew Genitempo MOTOR CHRONICLES

MOTOR CHONICLES is an exhibition of documentary-style photographs taken along the sparsely-inhabited roadways of the western United States. Through intimate portraiture and vast landscapes, this work depicts a region where myth and dreams die hard.


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

Austin Public Library • Terrazas Branch Mobile Art Program: art by seniors and adults with disabilities

Mobile Art provides art activities for seniors and adults with disabilities. The proceeds from sale of art from EAST will be given back to the artists with some funds benefitting future projects.


1105 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 632-4453 mobileart@mail.org • mobileartprogram.org

The SHOW On The Road The Visual Transmission Tour

The SHOW On The Road is a contemporary art gallery in the back of a 1993 Chevy box truck. A local and national roster of artists represented, including: Pooneh Ghana, Maxx Von Willmann, Jeremy Burks, Mr. Hooper, Chris Crites, Shaun Kardinal, W. David Powell, Gabriel Shaffer, Lloyd Benjamin, Rebecca Shapiro and many more.

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1102 E Cesar Chavez St • (206) 355-7353 karen@theshoeontheroad.com • theshowontheroad.com

thirteenzerofour Bikes! Beers! Bad Decisions!

Featuring art by Scott Cannon, Tyler Brown, and Katie Neustaedter and displaying a multitude of mediums including painting, fibers, and drawing.

1304 E Cesar Chavez St • (503) 998-1159 theluckymatchgame@yahoo.com • kneustaedter.carbonmade.com


The Gallery at LewisCarnegie presents Pack Film Pack

Finding unity and satisfaction in outdated photographic technology, The Gallery at Lewis Carnegie presents this year’s selection of black and white photographs. The exhibition, focusing on experimentation with old cameras, celebrates the powers of chance and imperfections – in particular, the Polaroid instant image, once a brand known for innovation, and how it still inspires and influences. 1312 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 708-1128 hello@elchavez.com • elchavez.com


Marcy Ann Villafaña • Pine Street Station Charcoal, conte, paper, painting, photography

Marcy Ann Villafaña works in a variety of mediums, including charcoal, conte, paper, a variety of paint types, and photography. Her work is mostly of the feminine form, appreciating the beauty that can be achieved through the use of light and shadow. Currently she is exploring an old love for drawing the human form through anatomical studies of bone and muscle, leading to enhancements in the quality of her paper art. 1101 E 5th St • (512) 619-8911 marcy@marcy.net • villafanaart.com



The Lion's Nest Grand Opening Art Extravaganza!

Join in the howling celebration for the newest shop on East 6th! The Lion's Nest opening gallery exhibition will feature artwork and performance by The Hancock Brothers and jewelry by Susan Elnora! Explore the gallery and printshop and see the work of over 20 other artists and enjoy live printmaking demonstrations, door prizes, and sips and nibbles!


1008 E 6th St • (903) 388-5526 info@thelionsnest.com • thelionsnest.com

Jason Archer Screen print, acrylic, mixed media, animation

Jason Archer is an American visual artist. His work often depicts imaginary encounters between cultural, mythological, political and religious archetypes.


1021 E 7th St #102 • (512) 560-2080 designatedbadass@gmail.com • thejasonarcher.com

French Legation Museum Sculpture on the Grounds

Again this year, Texas Society of Sculptors (TSOS) has installed outdoor sculptural pieces on the grounds of the French Legation Museum. The work shown this year has been done both by TSOS members and other local sculptors. Materials used include cast bronze, stone, cast concrete, fabricated metal, mosaic, and mixed media.

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802 San Marcos St • frenchlegationmuseum.org

Bianca Neal • The Historic Victory Grill Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. Gallery at the Historic Victory Grill

Bianca Neal is a visual artist and illustrator. Her featured collection in EAST is a series entitled, Generational Blessings. As an educator and writer, Bianca has illustrated over ten children’s books and hosts art workshops for adults and children. Most recently, Bianca created HOPEFUL Art which stands for Helping Other People Experience Fulfilling Unlimited Lives through Art because she recognized the impact self-expression can have on emotional development. 1104 E 11th St • (512) 300-4376

biancaneal@hotmail.com • thebooktrapped.wordpress.com


Carlotta Vann • The Historic Victory Grill Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. Gallery at the Historic Victory Grill

Carlotta uses acrylic paint to create various types of paintings from realism to abstract art. Painting has become a way to loosen the constraints of her imagination and transport her own vision field onto canvas which allows her to share it with the world. She hopes her work invokes a thought provoking and emotional response or question in your own mind, however strong, however subtle. 1104 E 11th St • (512) 565-4264 carlottavann@yahoo.com • capitolviewarts.org


Claudio López • The Historic Victory Grill Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. Gallery at the Historic Victory Grill

Designer Claudio López was born in México City and studied architecture at the University of México and anthropology at the National Institute of Anthropology, both in Mexico City. His works include abstract and neorealism paintings. He began jewelry making in 2010. He was named Emerging Texas Artist at the 2013 Texas State Arts & Crafts Fair in Kerrville, Texas. His philosophy is to make beautiful jewelry with singular designs that will last a lifetime. 1104 E 11th St • (512) 964-9806 info@athenasilversmith.com • athenasilversmith.com



Damon Mosley • The Historic Victory Grill Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. Gallery at the Historic Victory Grill

Damon Mosley is an Austin native who has viewed the American condition from many different perspectives. His art is a visual expression of personal opinions, reflecting his views about life, society, love, God, etc. His hope is that, in the neutral setting of a public forum, he can create open dialog and inspire the exchange of ideas. He is currently working on a series he calls “Afroamericana,” with the mission is to show the beauty of Black American culture.


1104 E 11th St • (512) 579-6517

damon_moseley@yahoo.com • facebook.com/mprintstudio

DebbieJayne • The Historic Victory Grill Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. Gallery at the Historic Victory Grill

DebbieJayne is a photographer turned entrepreneur who was created by the city she loves, Austin, TX. A self proclaimed, Austin Gypsy™, she has taken her love of Austin to another level. Known for capturing emotion on-stage and off, she hopes to win over the hearts of those that also call Austin, “home.”


1104 E 11th St • (512) 537-4373 focusography@yahoo.com • focusography.com

Dustin Schaible • The Historic Victory Grill Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. Gallery 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.

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1104 E 11th St • (757) 650-9645 • teppla@gmail.com facebook.com/tepplalol

Rama Tiru • Tiny Taiga Doors to the World

Making my photographs evocative and provocative is my goal. Making them one of a kind visuals is the challenge. I am "almost" seeing the "light" at the end of the tunnel.

1200 E 11th St Ste 106 • (512) 200-4703 tinytaiga.com


Jamie Rix • Tiny Taiga Visual Escape

My paintings are inspired by the natural beauty, vibrant colors, and sounds of the world as I experience it. Creating art is my attempt to capture brief beautiful moments in time.

1200 E 11th St Ste 106 • (512) 750-0749 jamierix@yahoo.com • tinytaiga.com


Eyes Got It! Special Recognition EAST Exhibition

Chloe Yingst (2010) chose Emma Hadzi-Antich. Hollie Brown (2011) chose Aaron Meyers. Jason Webb (2012) chose Kameron Richie. Who will Grace Lee Lawrence (2013) choose as the Special Recognition from Eyes Got It! 2014? 1501 E 6th St • eyesgotit.wordpress.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 equally by the effects of physics as well as by the current state of 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

Nadim Hajjar • Silk Worm Inner Peace

I create so that I might ignite those around me and inspire them to pick up the artistic instrument that calls to them most. To express to the world what mirrors there inner emotional life. To release this into the community so that others may experience their vulnerability is magnificent to me. This inspires me to reach deep within myself and find the courage to share what I'm feeling too. And as the threads our expressions intertwine, we understand each other just a little bit more.


1710 E 2nd St • (512) 808-8866 gitanoexport@gmail.com

Prizer Quondam Forest, Quondam Sea

Created by Noelle King, Marisa Mendez-Brady, Rod O’Connor and Audie O'Connor, this visual and sound installation is a de-topography of Texas reflecting the long view of the profoundly changing soil horizons as the environment moves from land to sea and back again.

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2023 E Cesar Chavez St • prizeraustin@gmail.com

Corocoro A South American Art Experience

Featuring: Protest Painting by Raúl Peláez-Prada; Authentic Tribal Jewlery by Doña María Arsama (of the Embera-Chami Tribe) and Hugo Jamioy (of the Camëntsá Tribe); Street Art by Jesús Chamorro and Christian "Crisp" Peters; Wayúu Tribal Works by Conchita Ospina; Art from all corners of South America in one place...COROCORO

2032 E Cesar Chavez St • (210) 317-4541 raul@corocoro-art.com • corocoro-art.com


Julie Ahmad • Element 5 Architecture Julie Ahmad Contemporary Art

Painting came to the forefront during my first pregnancy. Physiologically there must have been some kind of correlation between what was happening internally and this burning desire to create. I was so curious to explore what it would be like to "color outside the lines.” With abstract art you make up the rules as you go... there is no wrong or right and this feels incredibly liberating to me. 2124 E 6th St Ste 106 • (702) 468-4280 art@julieahmad.com • julieahmad.com


Helen Buck • Link & Pin Gallery Painting

As a working artist in Austin, Helen Buck creates contemporary two dimensional representational art. Her fine art education at the University of Cincinnati DAAP department provided a strong foundation; however, it was with her first professional studio at the Pendleton in Cincinnati that gave her the insight and ability to push boundaries. Her work is represented by Texas and Ohio galleries. 2235 E 6th St Ste 102 • (512) 799-5972 helenbuckstudio@gmail.com • helenbuckstudio.com



Link & Pin Gallery Beyond the Four Basic Elements

This exhibit, Beyond the Four Basic Elements, will celebrate the elements of color, paper, earth, copper, and wood. Maria Lyle, impasto; Ginny Barrett, figure on wood and abstract photography; Clara Newby, mixed media collage; Lyle Adair, copper; Kathi Herrin, ceramics.


2235 E 6th St Ste 102 • (512) 900-8952 linkpinart@gmail.com • linkpinart.com

Kay Hughes • Link & Pin Gallery Oil painting

Take yourself far away for a moment, in a painting. Join with mother earth and father sky. Land and seascapes in oil and mixed media.


2235 E 6th St Ste 102 • (512) 900-8952 Kay@KnottGarden.com • KnottGarden.com

Connie Miller • Link & Pin Gallery Painting

In this work, I enjoyed depicting the seascape, or close ups of waves, using lovely oils in great swaths of color; scraping off layers to reveal color underneath or mixing right on the canvas, with my knife, for an interesting dancing swirl of color and texture.

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2235 E 6th St Ste 102 • (512) 785-6198 conniemillerart@gmail.com • conniemiller.net

Debbie Buie • Link & Pin Gallery Oil painting, iphotography

The beauty of our world (that which can be seen and unseen) has inspired my recent series of abstract work. Art has always been a necessary part of my life and it is quite unimaginable for there to be a world without art. A passion and a necessity for art has always been an essential part of my life!!

2235 E 6th St Ste 102 • (512) 900-8952 buiestudios@gmail.com • debbiebuie.com


Sharon Bibbee • Link & Pin Gallery Acrylic

Sharon Bibbee is an artist working primarily in acrylic paint. Her art ranges from abstract to representational images. Her paintings are bright and colorful that takes the normal to spectacular.

2235 E 6th St Ste 102 • (512) 465-2200 sbibbee2010@gmail.com • texasroseofsharon.com


Leslie Kell • Link & Pin Gallery Digital collage, mixed Media

I’ve created virtual environments where my photographic images are transformed as they are placed into the patterns of my designs. I’ve melded architectural and natural elements to create a visual world that invites the viewer into the composition. The recurring themes of water, light, and reflection are used to alter what we perceive for a brief time as it passes through our awareness. 2235 E 6th St Ste 102 • (512) 917-0104 kellcreative@gmail.com • lesliekell.com




Legacy and heritage are the key influence of this two-artist show featuring mixed media paintings. Ancestral artifacts are incorporated into paintings or used as canvas. While Adrian Landon Brooks samples aspects of a simpler time and graphic inclination, Megan Kimber draws from the natural world and her childhood memories.


2213 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 826-5334 duckduck@grayduckgallery.com • grayduckgallery.com

Up Collective

Up Collective is an artist-run community on the east side of Austin, Texas that provides 21 studio spaces and a 1,600 sq. foot gallery for artists to share ideas, produce work, and exhibit. Since its establishment in 2011, Up Collective has served as a creative gathering of visual arts, music, and theater performances.


2326 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 981-7539 info@upcollective.org • upcollective.org

Third Coast Visions • Chili Bohl Studios Painting, mixed media, installation, photography

Third Coast Visions is an extension of a global movement of emerging visionary artists with its own signature third coast flavor. We focus on bringing live art to concerts, music festivals, art galleries and beyond. For EAST we will be raising the legendary Dome Gallery to showcase the newest works from the collective. Join us in celebration of visionary culture and life.

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73 Julius St • facebook.com/thirdcoastvisions

The Room Gallery Painting, sculpture, mixed media

The Room Gallery is a collective of artists that came together to create a space to showcase their art. Daniel HG, Randy Conner, Juan Carlos Cazares, Mr. Mosca and Antonio Ehrenzweig, combine high skills and techniques to explore very diverse themes throughout their artwork, creating a collection that is rich on both the quality of the execution and the creativity of their work.

2712 Willow St • (512) 435-1402 theroomatx@gmail.com • theroomgalleryatx.com


Daniel HG • The Room Gallery Painting

Designer and graphic ar tist, possesses a style of his own, of great plasticity and technique resources that allows him to explore different styles and themes. This has allowed him to explore different fields in contemporary ar t and par ticipate in different expositions in Mexico and the US, both individual and collective. His work has been included on the CONACULTA illustrators catalogue. 2712 Willow St • (512) 378-3156

theroomatx@gmail.com • theroomgalleryatx.com/daniel-hg


Juan Carlos Cazares • The Room Gallery Painting

Juan Carlos Cázares, visual artist that works sordid scenarios, almost hopeless, that take you to reflect into the moral and the unprecedented. The style proposal of the artist involves the spectator as a subject that observes, but above all, evokes an iconic reflection about the characters that he paints.

2712 Willow St • (512) 435-1402 theroomatx@gmail.com • theroomgalleryatx.com/cazares






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Mr. Mosca • The Room Gallery Sculpture

Through installation, sculpture, painting, drawing and any type of object required, the artist looks for a way to represent the interior of a mind trapped and affected by quotidian life. He will create on the spectator familiar sensations and feelings, he will speak in a language that is easy to read, fluid but visceral, so that the spectator can ask himself: What just happened? What was all this?


2712 Willow St • (512) 435-1402 theroomatx@gmail.com • theroomgalleryatx.com/mr-mosca

SprATX An Austin Street Artist Collective

SprATX is a street artist collective in Austin, Texas. As a family of street artists, muralists, and creative energies, we dedicate our talents to increasing awareness of the positive power of street art and creating economic opportunities for artists.


501 Perdenales St Unit 2A • (512) 200-3482 info@spratx.com • spratx.com

MASS Gallery Julie Moon and Rick Mansfield: Green Zone

MASS is excited to announce sculptors Julie Moon and Richard Mansfield in a new exhibition Green Zone. Moon is a Canadian ceramic ar tist working out of Toronto and Mansfield is a sculptor primarily working with bronze living and working in Austin, TX. Both ar tists meld inanimate objects, expressions of the body and culturally recognizable images into narrative driven, totem-like sculptures.

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507 Calles St Ste 108 • (512) 535-4946 info@massgallery.org • massgallery.org

Laura Nance Hops and Grain

Select works from a long working series of paintings of bones. I began to paint the first works as a combination of Native American patterns and what I thought to be "spirit animals". The pieces began to evolve into a comment on my fascination of the skeleton and its subtle moving parts.

507 Calles St Ste 101 • (432) 631-1540 laura@flautamarie.com • flautamarie.com


Jonathan Rebolloso • Austin Public Library Cepeda Branch Printmaking, design

Rebolloso was born in S.L.P, Mexico and immigrated to the United States with his family at the age of nine. Inspired by his experiences and those of others, he explores immigration and identity in his work through a conceptual use of traditional Mexican imagery. His work often features playful elements like paletas, calaveras as well as pop culture references that recall his childhood memories. 651 N Pleasant Valley Rd • (512) 636-5932 rebo@jonathanrebo.com • jonathanrebo.com


Nancy Mims • Utility Research Garden Leavings

Nancy Mims debuts Leavings, a collection of poetic, large-scale photographs on linen and hemp cloth. The pieces are thoughtfully installed in a lush, hidden garden off Tillery Street. It's a magical, meandering space that reflects the art works' mysterious, ephemeral qualities. Guests are invited to wander, discover and contemplate. Maps of the garden will be provided.

638 Tillery St • (512) 293-5235 nancym@modgreenpod.com • nancymims.com



Co-Lab Projects Conspectus : Two Thousand Fourteen

A comprehensive look back at our 2014 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 exhibited this year.


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

The Quonset Hut at Armadillo Clay Ceramics, glassArmadillo Clay Employee Show

Armadillo Clay employs several artists with a variety of talents. Our EAST exhibition will showcase ceramics, glass, paintings, sculpture and jewelry created by the ACS staff. Artists include: Michael Soto, Melanie Schopper, Brent Freiburger, and Melissa Coffer.


3307 E 4th St • (512) 385-7311 brent@armadilloclay.com • armadilloclay.com

Melanie Schopper • The Quonset Hut at Armadillo Clay Ceramics

Consistency, form, and color. This year's exploration begins a collaboration with another artist, my co-worker Melissa Coffer. We present this new series at Armadillo Clay & Supply's studio: The Quonset Hut.

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3307 E 4th St • (512) 293-9505 m.schopper@gmail.com • handmadeaustinwomen.com

E4 Gallery Makers Dozen

Makers Dozen: Ben Appl, Gary Webernick, Caprice Pierucci, Brent Baggett, Julie Isaacson, Sam Hurt, Gayle Sterling, Thomas Athey, Colleen McCulla-Thomas, Peter Mangan, Ishmael Soto, Shawn Roberts and Spiffy Tumbleweed will present works in sculpture, painting, drawings, wood, photography, and ceramics.

3401 E 4th St • (512) 731-7858 makersdozeneast@gmail.com


Thomas Athey • E4 Gallery Photographic Mosaics on Canvas

A painter by nature but a photographer by circumstance, I suppose it was just a matter of time before I star ted treating my photographs like brushstrokes. These complex photo-mosaics on canvas at once acknowledge their digital roots while simultaneously aspiring to the gravitas of their analog brethren. Which begs the question: where is the line between painting and photography? 3401 E 4th St • (512) 851-7890 tathey@swbell.net • the-memeplex.com


Delta Millworks Fickle and Fine

An Austin based jeweler, utilizing recycled material and sustainable production. Refined, charming and cheerful.

4701 E 5th St • charlottegrace@fickleandfine.com fickleandfine.com



Kelsey Jenkinson • Artpost Gouache

Using the iconic imagery of her Alaskan youth, Kelsey Jenkinson deconstructs and reconstructs archetypes to illustrate the merging of science and spirituality, as well as the effects a disappearing nature has upon humanity.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg C • (816) 813-6383 kelseyjenkinsonart@gmail.com • kelseyjenkinson.com

Dyan Dahlberg • Artpost Oil, watercolor painting

I don't do a lot of planning. I get an idea or a feeling, then start with random marks or color and see what develops. Many times the painting that emerges is nothing like the idea I started with. So my work continues to be a journey of letting go of myself and the struggle between control and free flow.I enjoy the process so much, it is often difficult for me to finish a painting.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg C • (512) 657-3101 dyan.dahlberg@gmail.com • dyandahlberg.artspan.com

D.F. Bauer Custom Crafstmanship • Artpost Custom carpentry, mixed media

D.F. Bauer specializes in combining custom carpentry with accents of glass and metal to create functional, ar tistic pieces of interior and exterior furniture. Pieces range from small, interior tables, to large, outdoor canopies. Bauer suppor ts domestic, sustainable forestry by using locally sourced hard and soft woods. He often collaborates with other craftsmen, most notably Cole Restorations.

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4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg C • (512) 773-5141 dfbauer@gmail.com • facebook.com/bauer.d.f

Paul Clarence Oglesby Jr • Artpost Cast concrete

Table top to large scale indoor/outdoor modern era sculptures in a myriad of different minimalist and botanical themes. The Zygo-stem system is created by combining varied geometric and organic shapes achieved by casting concrete directly into an assor tment of found and collected industrial objects. Just returning from a large exhibition in Marfa during Chinati Weekend. 4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg C • (512) 663-1032 pcodesigns@gmail.com • paulclarenceoglesby.com


Meredith Kuntzsch • Artpost Mixed media, painting, drawing

My work is inspired by the processes and results of nature. I start with an object or form seen along the cliffs of Lake Travis, fields of the Great Plains or beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. This is what I consider the trigger or beginning inspiration. I then focus on the experimentation of layering and combining different mediums and textures. As the mediums react to one another, I react to them. 4704 E Cesar Chavez St Bldg C • (734) 674-7542 mkuntzsch2@mac.com • meredithkuntzsch.com


Kevin McNamee-Tweed • Big Medium at Bolm Karl's Korner

Presenting drawings, books, and paintings from several bodies of work from 2012-2013 by Kevin McNamee-Tweed. 

5305 Bolm Rd Bay 10 • (919) 357-1624 cottontweed@gmail.com • kevinmcnameetweed.com



ATM Studio & Gallery • Big Medium at Bolm I've Changed My Style

A group show with members of ATM studio including work by Rolando Sepulveda, Caroline Eck, Sarah Nation, Berkeley Beauchot, Dan Dalton, Wayne Dean, Brittany Laurent, and Nelson Smith.


5305 Bolm Rd Bay 12 • bolmatm.com

Brian L. Phillips • Revival Cycles Salvaged Wood Artist

I began creating art over 20 years ago. 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 Bay 2 • (512) 571-1703 brianphillipsemail@gmail.com • artbybrianphillips.com

Mark Yaggie • Revival Cycles Images from Almost the End of the Alphabet

Mark Yaggie is an editorial and fine ar t photographer based in Por tland Maine... A rusty but charming New England Coastal Town. Elements in nature, as well as human involvement in the landscape are common themes in his work.

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5305 Bolm Rd Bay 4 • (619) 985-2097 mark@markyaggie.com • markyaggie.com

Jason Wilbur • Revival Cycles Images from Almost the End of the Alphabet

Jason Wilbur is a photographer and designer.

5305 Bolm Rd Bay 4 • (347) 623-1253 undefinedstate@gmail.com • wilburphoto.com


Getaway Motor Club Austin Artists Network Group Exhibition

Featuring the art of Nilufer Omay, Chris Davis Cina, Heather Joy Thomas, Eric White, Alenna Marie Sandy, Brenda Armistead, Dianna Bolding, Matchi, Chaz Chapot, Diane Jimenez, Carmela Savioli, April Davis, Kritka, Eric Romero, Jason Matthews, Michael Wilson, Stephanie Fannin, Christy Stallop, Marcy Ann Villafana, Robb McKenzie and Heidi Miller Lowell.

3700 Thompson St • (512) 825-3261 tricktop@austinartistsnetwork.com • austinartistsnetwork.com


Tiger Den Studios Installation and Exhibited Works

Continually fighting the matrix from inside the matrix. Featuring boy wonder Raul De Lara (above), glitter queen Sue Zola, force of nature Hannah Natali, mind bender slackelectric (Adreon/Jen Henry), street ninja Truth, and iridescent Monica Ceniceros. Expect hyper stimulation. Curated by Big Ass Canvas. Visit our website for details.

4609 Bolm Rd • bigasscanvas@gmail.com bigasscanvas.us



Monica Ceniceros Tiger Den Studios

Mixed media artist known for her unique technique of rich color combinations of acrylics and stains. Working along the natural grains of wood panels, each piece is a one-of a kind original. Monica playfully uncovers the beautiful contrast between the simplicity and complexity of nature.


4609 Bolm Rd • (512) 296-3891 monica@monicaceniceros.com • monicaceniceros.com

Fran Marmillion • Zhi Tea A Carnival of Emotions

As a natural observer and empath, I've always been fascinated with the human condition. The face and its endless expressions have always been something I've felt hyper-attuned to, and in this exhibition I aim to express that rainbow in a fun and whimsical way. My hope is when you look into the eyes of my characters, you recognize a bit of yourself, as well.


4607 Bolm Rd • (504) 343-5808 fmarmillion@gmail.com • facebook.com/fmarmillionart

Metropolitan Gallery Fine Art Consulting SPECTRUM

Metropolitan Gallery Fine Art Consulting presents a collection of contemporary artists selected from their recent Spectrum show. Viewers are invited to MG’s Canopy space to experience these unique artworks, and to explore their other projects in production throughout the United States.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 1, #110 • (512) 326-1611 hello@metropolitangallery.net • metropolitangallery.net

Barna Kantor • Big Medium 40Hz

Aesthetic interference patterns domesticate our machines so we may cozy up to their internal, on/off clocks. This is because our perception also goes on and off approximately 40 times a second. Our brain puts up the show of a continuously flowing, conscious world, but it is just that: a useful illusion. Deep down we are, like moth at night, drawn to flicker. Machines mirror the way our wires tick. 916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #101 barnakantor@yahoo.com • barnakantor.com


Art.Science.Gallery. X marks the spot

Quantitative or categorical, discrete or continuous, dependent or independent, variables allow scientists to describe the world around us. With gravity and humor, precision and abstraction, record-keeping and experimentation, variables are made visible by Carrie Crane, Laurie Frick, Megan Hildebrandt, Elizabeth McClelland, Mark Nystrom, Cathryn Rowe, Francesca Samsel and Ele Willoughby. 916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #102 • (512) 522-8278 info@artsciencegallery.com • artsciencegallery.com


Little Pink Monster • Gallery 103 FAM not FAME: Curated Group Exhibition of Artists We Belive In

Celebrate the anniversary of the Little Pink Monster with a year's retrospective of the artists we believe in and love. Art, jewelry, sculpture, performance, installation – basically, an art free-for-all! Offering one of a kind pieces from over 40 artists ranging in price from "I should get this for the girl I work with" to "I should get this for myself as an investment for my future self". – XO

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #103 • (512) 810-8281 littlepinkmonster512@gmail.com centraltexasannie.wordpress.com




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Gert Johan Manschot • Invenio Black and White, Here and Now

A show of paintings made by just using black and white. No compromise. Expressive in a way that ‘color’ cannot match. Bold swift lines. Subtle detail. Energy emanating from canvas or panel. Paintings created in the ‘Here and Now’, a meditative moment, in which the thinking mind is not active and the creative impulse comes out of mindless awareness, the world of NoThought, the world of No-Form.


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

Missy Gillespie • Invenio Acrylic

This series of paintings is in response to the injustice happening in Ferguson,Mo. Many media images look as if they're fit to be studies for paintings with beautiful colors and unique shapes in contrast to the fact they are horrifying, tragic events. Indeed a study in sheer emotion.


916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #107 • 8178803624 melissahgillespie@yahoo.com • melissahgillespie.com

Modern Rocks Gallery Unseen Hendrix - Rocks and Rockers

Modern Rocks Gallery brings together a curated collection of fine art rock photography by leading photographers past and present, uniquely showcased amongst rocks, crystals and minerals. Unseen Hendrix features unseen live photographs of Jimi Hendrix taken by Austinite Robert Hewgley in 1969 including signed limited editions, printed to commemorate possibly the last new shots of Hendrix to emerge.

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916 Springdale Rd Bldg 3, #103 • (512) 524-1488 info@modernrocksgallery.com • modernrocksgallery.com

The Museum of Human Achievement

Less nightclub, more cult. Do you believe in space?



Sandra Ramos • Springdale Farm Revolutionary Austin

Revolutionary Austin is a part history lesson, part civics lesson photography project starring leaders from across the civic spectrum in Austin, matching them up with historical figures from Colonial America, and photographing them with a modern twist. We have actors, musicians, activists, business leaders and public officials lined up for this unique take on a changing city.

755 Springdale Rd • (512) 465-2318 hithere@sandraramosphoto.com sandraramosphoto.com/revolutionaryatx


Hoeffner Fine Photography • Atelier 3-D Limited edition photographic prints

Mr. Hoeffner specializes in photographing in Russia, Germany, France, Canada, Austin, and other far out places. On some photography, Mr. Hoeffner lets the camera speak for the photo. For other photos, they take a trip to the digital darkroom. Although a subject for debate, it is well known that Ansel Adams would sometimes spend a day in the darkroom working on one photo to "get it right". 701 Tillery St • (512) 799-2840 jhoeffner@earthlink.net • hoeffner.us



Traci Hutson • Test Tube Ceramics

Ceramic art and functional objects for the home and garden. Slip cast in clay then reconfigured like Frankenstein's monster.


801 Tillery St • tracihutsonart@gmail.com

Jennie Tudor Gray • Austin Public Library Willie Mae Kirk Branch Artist and Arts Educator

Jennie Tudor Gray is an artist and arts educator living and working in Austin, TX. A former library employee, she is passionate about bringing literacy and community arts education to her students and advocating their creative voice within Austin. She is excited to be a participant for the 5th year in a row and continue to showcase the work of her talented young artists from Ojeda Middle School.


3101 Oak Springs Dr • (512) 569-3269 ms.jennie.gray@gmail.com • jennietudorgray.com

Center for Creative Action Creativity Has A Home

As par t of the grand opening of the Center for Creative Action, this inaugural show will highlight and celebrate the talent of Creative Action’s students, teachers, staff, friends & suppor ters, volunteers, and board members. The theme resonates Creative Action’s mission to inspire youth to be creative ar tists, courageous allies, critical thinkers, and confident leaders in their community.

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2921 E 17th St Bldg B • (512) 442-8773 info@creativeaction.org • creativeaction.org

Romani Gallery NudEAST and Dark Friends; Eye Sea / Ear Full; Romani Group Exhibit

Erotic Art Austin presents: A collection of erotic & fine art nude photography. Works by John Stekl, Débris, Imiko Miller, Leroy Lawson, Mark Heaps, San Seizart, Claudia Cobianchi, and others. Eye Sea / Ear Full - A sonic and motion based installation, featuring Ricardo Acevedo, Raphael Umscheid & more. Romani Exhibit: selections by Nathan Dance, Jackie Cox, Marcy Ann Villafana, Darbie Richards, more. 1900 E 12th St • (512) 785-8019 gallery.theromani@gmail.com • theromanigallery.weebly.com


Little Pink Monster Gallery FAM not FAME group exhibition

With this in mind, we invite the public to be a part of the LPM family and celebrate the artists we have come to love. Drinks, snacks, music, art. Come and be a part of the ever increasing magic. Participating artists (because there's a lot of them) can be found online. "People seem not to see that their opinion of the world is also a confession of character." – Ralph Waldo Emerson 1913 E 17th St • (512) 362-8183 littlepinkmonster512@gmail.com facebook.com/littlepinkmonstergallery


Judith Simonds Slugfest Printmaking Workshop and Gallery Ceramic sculpture, oil, acrylic painting

There is a repeated theme throughout Judith Simonds paintings and sculptures. Dark haunting black forms and spaces, appear to be spiraling and manifesting into imagery that is both beautiful, surreal and just beyond our reach.

1906 Miriam Ave • (512) 785-1458 jsimonds02@gmail.com • judithsimondsart.com



Polly Lanning Sparrow Slugfest Printmaking Workshop and Gallery Various media on panel, paper

Polly Lanning Sparrow's work reflects a continued interest in abstract logic. Painting and drawing on various supports, she explores ideas of order and fragmentation. Lanning Sparrow is the recipient of a MacDowell Colony fellowship and was an artist in residence at the Chinati Foundation, Marfa.


1906 Miriam Ave • lanningsparrow.com

Andrea Pramuk Slugfest Printmaking Workshop and Gallery Watercolor, ink, oil, encaustic

My work might remind you of the earth and its elements: cloud formations, the cosmos, forests, geological formations and the vastness of the ocean. Always conscious of my surroundings, body, environment and art become a natural extension of the other, symbiotically. The resulting ephemeral imagery has a certain weightlessness and fragility about it that I find endlessly compelling and meaningful.


1906 Miriam Ave • 5126953409 andrea@andreapramuk.com • andreapramuk.com

Gallery Shoal Creek Selected Gallery Artists

Showcasing contemporary ART—paintings, drawings, mixed media and works on paper—from Austin-based artists Shawn Camp, Rebecca Cohen, Katie Maratta, Sydney Yeager and Steve Wiman. In anticipation of celebrating the gallery's longevity over five decades, two contrasting ceramic installations by Priscilla Hoback and Marianne McGrath will be featured to highlight the gallery's history.

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2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #3 • (512) 454-6671 info@galleryshoalcreek.com • galleryshoalcreek.com

Shawn Camp • Gallery Shoal Creek Oil painting

Lush, textural paintings exploring surface and light.

2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #3 • (512) 454-6671 shawncamp@gmail.com • shawncamp.net


Katie Maratta • Gallery Shoal Creek Mixed media on panel

Black and white depictions of the horizon line of the Great Plains in a one inch high and four foot long format. Come travel these pieces and see the iconic elements of west Texas - farm houses, fence lines, silos, cattle, and storm clouds.

2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd #3 • (512) 454-6671 info@galleryshoalcreek.com • galleryshoalcreek.com


Photo Méthode Gallery in the Flatbed Building Man Lives Through Plutonium Blast

The imaginary vernacular images in the series, Man Lives Through Plutonium Blast informally explore the roots of twentieth century photographic practice by connecting them to photography’s digital present.

2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd • (512) 294-9550 info@photomethode.com • photomethode.com



Imagine Art Outsider Art and Other Unique Work by Artists with Disabilities

If you love the art magazine RAW VISION, you won't want to miss Imagine Art's gallery! More than forty artists with disabilities share space in Imagine Art's studio, accessing free supplies and artistic direction. They display their work in regularly rotating art exhibits in Imagine Art's gallery. Collectors – especially of Outsider Art, Folk Art, and Art Brut – will not be disappointed.


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

Arte de Lágrimas Asbury Hall

Arte de Lágrimas, Art of Tears, is the work of child refugees after release from detention centers in McAllen, TX. These children arrive exhausted, hungry, thirsty, disoriented and traumatized. Arte de Lágrimas is a project of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary seeking to help children process their journey and tell their stories. *This exhibit is not open between 10am and 1pm on Sundays.


1605 E 38 1/2 St (Asbury Hall) info@servantchurchaustin.org • servantchurchaustin.org

Art From The Streets Get Art! Give Hope!

Get Art! Give Hope! at Art From the Streets Pop-Up Gallery at Natures Treasures. For 22 years, homeless or formerly homeless persons have found free, open studio sessions hosted by Art From the Streets. Join us also December 6-7 at the Austin Convention Center for our Annual Show and Sale featuring 100+ artists and over 1,000 pieces of art with 100% of proceeds given back to the artists. Special EAST hours Nov 15-16 & 23, 11-6pm.

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4103 North IH-35 • (512) 925-6450 artfromthestreetsvolunteers@gmail.com artfromthestreets.com

Alexa Villalobos • FunHaus Earth, stone, steel

FunHaus is the design studio of Fertile Ground co-owner Alexa Villalobos. It is the playground of concept execution in the Great Experiment of Inspiring Spatial Engagement. Jewelry, sculpture, live music and metal working demonstrations will be held as well as workshops on the creation of space with natural materials. Joyful exploration strongly encouraged. More information at thefunhaus.com 1411 Greenwood Ave • info@thefunhaus.com thefunhaus.com


BirdHouse Foul Playground

A curated collection of artists creating individual exhibits within a comfortably cultivated outdoor venue, including but not limited to: ceramic sculpture by Gregory Hammond, paintings by Brian Bedford and Jamie Jack, photography and paintings by Jes Painter and silver jewelry and ceramic wall art by Chasing Hearts. Gong fu tea service will be held in the Crystal Tea Pavilion during tour hours. 1601 Greenwood Ave • info@birdhouseproductions.org facebook.com/weebirdhouse


Createscape Coworking Group Show

Createscape Coworking will be hosting a diverse group of artists for the 2014 East Austin Studio Tour. Hallie Rae Ward, Chris Weachock, Heather Ringman, Christopher Fitzgerald and William Gerin work in a variety of mediums such as oil on canvas, paintings on graph paper, mixed media, watercolor, and even stained glass. While the pieces couldn't be more varied, they each share a conceptual simplicity cohering the entire exhibit together. 2108 E M Franklin Ave • (972) 768-4624 jensen@createscapework.co • createscapework.co



Hallie Rae Ward • Createscape Coworking Mixed media, painting, printmaking

Life for me centers around interactions with people. Some relationships evolve step by step, while others happen with instant electricity. It is a moment of discovery as to who you are going to meet and where, and what that relationship will bring. My art explores the connections between people, their environment, their city, and language.


2108 E M Franklin Ave #100 • (512) 585-7075 info@hallieraeward.com • hallieraeward.com

Lori Lockhart • Art & Soul Austin Oil, acyrilic

Lori Lockhart is one of the many talented instructors of the enriched classes at Art and Soul. With her mixed media work she discovers new ways for the figure to interact with its environment creating contradictions as well as unexpected harmony.


3801 Berkman Dr Ste A • (512) 820-1449 vanessa@artandsoulclasses.com • artandsoulclasses.com

Adrienne Cullins • Cement Loop Mixed media

The best work seems to just happen. Making art for me is connecting with the subconscious, the ephemeral, and embracing the unpredictability of the outcome through the process. Every piece I make is a new experience. I find Inspiration all around me every day. The materials that I use to create this body of work include hand cut paper, craft foam, and acrylic paint.

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5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • cementloop.com

Paul Licce • Cement Loop Photography

My approach to nature photography is more about creating images to express my feelings about the subject, rather than creating the image in strict, journalistic/documentary style. Sometimes that feeling is immediately captured in the raw image and other times I choose to use editing software to further the intended outcome.

5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • plicce@hotmail.com facebook.com/cementloop


Patricia Chapa • Cement Loop Silkscreen paintings

I am inspired by each moment. Some moments are created over time and collaborated into one, and some are inspired in an instant. To capture and express the moment into art, is an art itself.

5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • pchapa44@gmail.com


Yasmin Youssef • Cement Loop Mixed media

I believe the creative process allows access to a fundamental feeling of flow. To fully tap into this flow requires relentless curiosity, the courage to be vulnerable, and presence in the moment. My mediums of choice are mixed media and dance. Within both of these mediums, I return consistently to themes of layers, dreams, and antiquity.

5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • yasmin@yasmin.ws yasmin.ws



Lauren Revels • Cement Loop Acrylic on wood

My work is an exploration of Texas gardens and wildflowers. After planting my garden this past Spring I was excited by all of the beautiful colors and shapes in the native Texas plants, and I began to examine the flowers more closely through my paintings. My paintings are a mixture of acrylic on wood.


5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • ren@paperwildflower.com laurenrevels.com

Kristina VandeWalle • Cement Loop Woodburn

The Blind Contour Series experiments with developing character narratives from a 'blind' perspective. The contours that abstract each portrait help to create personal narratives that are unpredictable, yet feel surprisingly familiar. The juxtaposition of uncontrolled blind lines with carefully layered patterned lines catalogues the unique attributes engraved within each profile's personality.


5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • (210) 378-5446 kvandewalle.com

Marj Wormald • Cement Loop Collage materials, ink, gesso, graphite, clay

Through her art, Marj Wormald marries order and chaos. Her conceptual works inspire contemplation and embody her interest in action, process and repetition. Marj works in a variety of mediums including collage, paint, ink, graphite and clay. Marj called Austin home for many years, and has now returned to the Capitol City after a five-year stint in NYC.

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5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • marj.wormald@gmail.com marjwormald.com

AN.AURORA • Cement Loop Light and pigmented films

AN.AURORA is composed of the once-ubiquitous 48" T12 fluorescent light and wrapped in colored film. A careful visual awareness brings complexity to an otherwise common object. Varying color and luminuos output distort our perception of this glowing glass tube. Silhouettes cast by objects near the light are edged by subtle color variations and the entire space is washed a in gentle, warm glow. 5811 Berkman Dr Ste 140 • (512) 348-0223 naloga515@gmail.com • an-aurora.com


Jessica Gengenbach • Austin Public Library Windsor Park Branch Oil, watercolor, collage, relief print

Most people seem to share a basic understanding, or at least respect, for nature which allows a common ground that me and my audience share from the beginning. As humans we tend to call wildlife ugly when in inhabits “our”environment. When people see my work I want them to perceive the beauty in the scoundrels of the natural world and question which animals they see as beautiful and why. 5833 Westminster Dr • jessicagengenbach@my.unt.edu behance.net/jgengenbach


Paloma Mayorga • Austin Public Library University Hills Branch Through Rose Coloured Dresses

I have a deep fascination with bones, bodies and the contours which make up their beauty. I am intrigued by the stories and structures we create as well as the nature in which they exist. This selection of photographs are snapshots of the unusual beauty I’ve witnessed during my travels through Mexico, the U.S. and Europe.

4721 Loyola Ln • (512) 300-3615 paloma@palomamayorga.com • palomamayorga.com



HAPPENINGS EAST SUBTERRANE: Segment 6: Anima Puer Veneficus

ARTATX Presents: Lejeune - Uloang - Slusher Saturday, NOV 15 • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

ARTATX brings together a trio of local artists at Space 12. Robert Lejeune with his collages, Luis "Uloang" Angulo with his mixed media pieces and Lauren Slusher with her expressive photography explore the art of portraiture in their respective mediums with their most recent work.


3121 E 12th St • (512) 524-7128 info@space12.org • space12.org

Rise, Loss, and Revival of Cherokee Beadwork Saturday, NOV 22 • 3:00 - 6:00 PM

In the year 2000, the art of traditional Cherokee beadwork was virtually lost. Martha Berry has devoted many years to reviving this lost art. In 2013, she was named a Cherokee National Living Treasure for her efforts to lead the revival movement. This lecture includes lots of beautiful photographs of traditional Cherokee beadwork, loads of Cherokee history and art history, and time for Q&A.


2806 Garwood St

SUGGESTIVE GESTURES: David Finkelstein in Per Saturday, NOV 22 • 8:00 - 10:30 PM

Traveling along the path of a labyrinth created through lush animation, evocative orchestral music, and rich dialog, Suggestive Gestures leads us gradually and indirectly towards a mysterious animal, hiding in the center of the maze. With NYC-based artist David Finkelstein in Person. Presented by Experimental Response Cinema.

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3600 Lyons St • ercatx.org

Puro Chingón collective and Fe De Rico do EAST Saturday, NOV 15 • 8:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Local Latino artists, Puro Chingón Collective and Fe De Rico, are joining forces for an epic happening in East Austin. The Collective will unveil their Day of the Dead-inspired designer toys and have their most recent zines, prints, and apparel for sale, while Fe de Rico will provide a live art demonstration. Set against the backdrop of music, food, and a piñata, you won’t want to miss this party. 4609 Lyons St • (210) 854-9088 purochingoncoll@gmail.com • purochingoncollective.com


spaceCAMP Saturday, NOV 22 • 3:00 - 6:00 PM

spaceCAMP is a creative partnership between Joel Nolan and Mason Moore. We're architects by trade working to create an ongoing series of site specific installations. These installations are an outlet to experiment with materials and explore spatial concepts unencumbered by the rigors of the professional.

641 Tillery St • joel@joelnolandesign.com joelnolandesign.com


Where is Your Heart? Wall Saturday, NOV 15 • 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Where is Your Heart? is a community art project that invites you to participate. Contribute imagery, text, objects and more in response to the query. We’d love to fill the wall during EAST! Find tools to use onsite (paint and markers) or bring your own supplies. You may also make or pick up a tile to add to the wall at 618C Tillery, @Ann-Made (just a few blocks East). #whereisyourheartatx 612 Calles St • ann.armstrong@yahoo.com austinsatlas.com/where-is-your-heart



No Grit No Pearl Workshop @ KINCANNON STUDIOS Saturday, NOV 15 & Sunday, NOV 16 • 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

KINCANNON STUDIOS is an award-winning building design office and masonry arts studio. Last year we held a “carving bee” workshop and it was a triumph! SO... we'll continue carving the panels with your help. Come comrades. Bring that community spirit and inner sculptor as we collectively chip away at a large scale abstract. There will be refreshments and underwater imagery to inspire most aquatic fantasies.


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

LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivor Art Gallery Saturday, NOV 15 • 12:00 - 4:00 PM

The LIVESTRONG Foundation will open its doors to the East Austin community to showcase art pieces from cancer survivors young and old. Come by the headquarters to check out the art gallery, have you or your children contribute a piece and watch as an artist creates a special piece to commemorate the day. Doors will be open from noon-4 p.m. with plenty of food and drinks available!


2201 E. 6th St. • (512) 236-8820 livestrong@livestrong.org • livestrong.org

Backyard Story Night Sunday, NOV 23 • 7:00 - 10:00 PM

For more than a year and a half we have been hosting a monthly informal night of storytelling in a backyard on the east side of Austin with the following principles: it's free, anyone can tell a story, and they can tell whatever story they want! Bring a food, or drink or friend (or an edible friend) and get ready to hear some awesome stories. We'll start in on the stories around 8:00ish.

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2203 Santa Rita St • (312) 576-4880 brewsterville@gmail.com • on.fb.me/1pisu1g

The High Priestess Saturday, NOV 15 • 7:00 - 10:00 PM

The High Priestess, a solo exhibition of collage, costume, jewelry, and installation by Corinne Loperfido. These pieces explore the power of symbolism and the lessons of the High Priestess card in the tarot as a universal language that transcends time and culture. Through the multiple mediums used, one can contemplate and engage in the ongoing dialog presented by archetype. 2109 E Cesar Chavez St • (512) 344-9173 allyson@coco-coquette.com • maisondetoile.com


One fine day with natives and nomads Saturday, NOV 22 • 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

They say Austinites are a vanishing breed. Take advantage of this one fine day to befriend a few, share a drink and see our creative musings. This group show features jewelry from Bee Amour Jewelry, drawings by Brian Imler, mixed media by Kate Csillagi, sculpture by Criox Williamson and photographs by Mercedez Singleton.

1601 E 5th St Ste 107 • (512) 472-4696


little east Saturday, NOV 15 • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Little east is a collaborative arts exhibition displayed at Blackshear Elementary Fine Arts Academy showcasing student artwork from AISD schools around East Austin. Little east offers a variety of interactive art experiences for the whole family! Come be a part of art in the garden, view our student artwork, and listen to family friendly music performed by students and community partners! 1712 E 11th St (Blackshear Elementary Fine Arts Academy) (512) 414-2021 • blackshearyellowjackets.org



ImprovEd Shakespeare's Henry IV (Part 1) Sunday, NOV 16 • 5:00 - 7:00 PM

Our Company of youth players (3rd-8th grade) introduces Shakespeare's stories to young audiences by incorporating a mix of modern narration with Shakespeare verse. For EAST, we bring you our family-friendly (and much shorter!) version of Henry IV: 11/16 (5pm, Carver Cultural Center); 11/22 (3pm, Carver Library); 11/23 (11am, HOPE Farmers Market). Visit the website for updates.


1165 Angelina St (Boyd Vance Theatre, Carver Cultural Center) improvedshakespeare.com

A Smile on My Face Photography Workshop Saturday, NOV 15 • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Come see students at work at the Carver Museum and Cultural Center! A Smile on My Face is the longest running FREE program on black and white photography offered at the Carver Museum for youth 10-19 years of age. Visitors will witness students and their teacher in a learning lab, as well as see their exhibited works. Visitors can also visit the Carver Galleries featuring a new exhibit on Black Doctors.


1165 Angelina St • (512) 974-4926 faith.weaver@austintexas.gov • carvermuseum.gov

Art Therapy Austin Saturday, NOV 15 • 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Drop by the studio anytime or join us for some art making from 1-3pm, all ages welcome, materials and inspiration provided. Art and Art Therapy are amazing tools for healing individuals, families and communities. Art Therapy Austin offers individual and group art therapy, workshops, trainings and more! Also view art by Art Therapists Deann Acton, Deanna Miesch, Shannon Mekuly.

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1200 E 11th St Ste 109 • (512) 699-4811 arttherapyaustin@gmail.com • arttherapyaustin.com

Clayworks 35th Anniversary Celebration Sunday, NOV 23 • 6:00 - 9:00 PM

For its 35th anniversary, Clayworks will mount an exhibit displaying the history of its E. Sixth St. building along with the ephemera that a ceramics studio generates over 35 years: relics, photos, articles,test tiles, kiln logs. There will be food, drink and music. The event will not only mark an anniversary, but introduce a new direction for the studio and owners Chris and John Gray. 1209 E. Sixth St. • (512) 474-9551 clayworks@clayworks.net • clayworks.net


Take 1: Look – Marcela Andre Art & Jewels Saturday, NOV 15 • 1:00 - 5:00 PM

One-chance photos, jewel art, paintings and conch trumpet salutes to the four cardinal points of the planet on the hour during the happening. Marcela Andre paintings, photo sequences: Downtown & East Austin, San Miguel Allende, skies & flowers. Library lifeline: East Cesar Chavez neighborhood is Austin's changing face: May peace be unto all. Exhibition on view November 15, 2014 - January 8, 2015. 1105 East Cesar Chavez • (512) 974-3644 austinartjewels@gmail.com • austinartjewels8.com


Big Medium Staff Show Saturday, NOV 15 • 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Works from the Big Medium staff and board: Jordan Gentry, Jon Windham, Shea Little, Kevin McNamee-Tweed, Tiffany Coghill, Jana Swec, Joseph Phillips, Jon Lawrence, and Keith Kreeger.

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2 #101 (Office)



INTRODUCTION ... EAST SUBTERRANE: Segment 7: 1: Anima Exordium Anguem

INDEX PG# NAME 45 12th Street Studios 131 501 Studios 90 727 Studios 87 A Reflection of Light Photography 192 A Smile on My Face Photography Workshop 113 A&K Woodworking and Design 31 Alex Abel 91 Isabella Acosta 83 Adrian Aguilera 153 Julie Ahmad 110 Nimer Aleck 43 Caitlin B. Alexander 42 Karen Davis Alexander 179 Alexa Villalobos 58 Troy Allen 86 Neeka Allsup 124 Aluxa Studio 183 AN.AURORA 82 Andersen Ceramics 130 Andrea Nelson 90 APWX 148 Jason Archer 114 Ann Armstrong 59 Daniel Arredondo 169 Art.Science.Gallery. 180 Art & Soul Austin 188 ARTATX Presents: Lejeune - Uloang - Slusher 178 Arte de Lágrimas 62 Arteology 178 Art From The Streets 29 artiswhatyoumake 18 Art Night EAST 101 Artpost 118 Arts and Recreation 101 ArtsyDreams 192 Art Therapy Austin 123 ASPCO (Artist Screen Printing Co-op) 173 Atelier 3-D 163 Thomas Athey 166 ATM Studio & Gallery 90 Austin Paintworks 152 Austin School of Photography 66 Andrew Auten

44 Ethan Azarian 102 Back Porch Studio 190 Backyard Story Night 42 Jennifer Balkan 140 Billy Barron 56 Inés Batlló 107 Kristy Darnell Battani 164 D.F. Bauer Custom Crafstmanship 94 Jeana Baumgardner 90 Hollis Baxter 22 B-cycle Social Ride 138 Beachwalker Boxes 53 Norman Bean 41 Anne Marie Beard 112 Bearded Lady 70 Susan Bell 59 Rebecca Bennett 99 Berlinetta 76 Eliana Bernard 155 Sharon Bibbee 88 Scott M. Bickerton 126 Jonathan Biehl 41 Big Imagination 169 Big Medium 87 Big Medium at Bolm 193 Big Medium Staff Show 51 Binary Ontology 179 BirdHouse 94 Donna Dechen Birdwell 110 Bizzle Diggery, The 91 Susannah Blanton 92 Cynthia Bloom 23 BLUE GENIE DANGER DERBY 78 Blue Genie Art Industries 130 Blue Deer Studio 86 Bolm Rd Studios 64 Melissa Borrell 55 Jacob Borshard 79 Roze Braunstein 38 Claire Bresette 70 Lynne and Ed Brotman 103 Jodi Rae Brownstein 93 Claire Sommers Buck 153 Helen Buck 155 Debbie Buie

47 Daniel Burns 125 Neena Buxani 88 CALmax 177 Shawn Camp 119 J.J. Campbell 56 Canoe 56 Canopy 129 capture the flag collective 31 Carbonista! 47 Manny Carrasco 122 Alvaro Carrizosa 46 Casa de Cabrita Studios 51 Castro House 35 Catahoula Ruby Studio 34 Wiliam Cauthern 157 Juan Carlos Cazares 180 Cement Loop 168 Monica Ceniceros 174 Center for Creative Action 161 Austin Public Library • Cepeda Branch 29 Chaos Woods 181 Patricia Chapa 89 Larisa Chavarria 136 Jennifer Chenoweth 67 Elizabeth Chiles 156 Chili Bohl Studios 44 Chipper Things Illustration 137 Lisa Choinacky 126 Mary Chriss 86 Charlotte Clark 131 Clayworks Studio and Gallery 193 Clayworks 35th Anniversary Celebration 33 Clementine & Co. Studio 50 Clifton Craftwork and Design 27 Bethany Cobb 162 Co-Lab Projects 89 Colliding Color 40 Sarah Collins 139 Cecilia Colomé 55 Combcase Co 75 Stephen Paul Connor 115 Spencer Cook 153 Corocoro 137 Katelena Hernandez Cowles 179 Createscape Coworking

INDEX 19 Creative Action Opening Party 55 Creebobby Printshop 79 Wendy Crone 140 Cross Street Studio 52 Lisa Crowder 140 John Cruz 180 Adrienne Cullins 66 Amber Cunningham 164 Dyan Dahlberg 33 Katy David 150 DebbieJayne 56 Decker & White Studios 52 Barry DeCola 112 Delta Millworks 58 Kiah Denson 87 Alex Diamond 40 Dish It Out 32 Domi Goods 46 Drophouse Design 16 DUE EAST! 163 E4 Gallery 122 EACA Studio 38 East Austin Mosaic 17 EAST Group Exhibition 123 East Side Glass Studio 141 Louis Eastman 113 Edwood Studio Co-op 153 Element 5 Architecture 30 Brandon C Ellis 100 Edson Enriquez 100 Eros Collective 52 Alexandra Eusebi 57 Exponential Art 92 Exposure Fine Art Gallery & Studio 54 Eye Like Design Studio 18 Eyes Got It! 146 Farewell Books 80 Fe De Rico 163 Fickle & Fine 94 Cheryl Finfrock 112 Tom Fisher 136 Fisterra Studio 141 Max Fitzgibbon 43 Flatbed Press and Gallery 83 Flatfork Studio

26 Gary B. Flemmons 114 Fort Tillery 129 the FORT 32 Brady Shea Foster 116 Jenna Lynne Foster 19 French Legation Community Breakfast 148 French Legation Museum 123 Shara Funari 179 FunHaus 147 Gallery at LewisCarnegie 169 Gallery 103 176 Gallery Shoal Creek 65 Emily Galusha 138 Mo Gambill 28 Michael Garcia 124 Brooke Gassiot 86 Allison Geneser 183 Jessica Gengenbach 87 Jordan Gentry 135 Barry George Sculptures 167 Getaway Motor Club 172 Missy Gillespie 68 Mark Goodman 66 Scott David Gordon 80 Graffiti Western 79 Morgan Grasham 174 Jennie Tudor Gray 156 grayDUCK Gallery 127 Anastasia Grebnova 100 Joshua Green 115 Green Summit Studio 64 Diana Greenberg 117 Satch Grimley 45 Gigi Grinstad 100 Rene Guest 46 Victor Gutierrez 152 Nadim Hajjar 123 Michael W. Hall 75 Hollis Hammonds 134 Hanuman Board Co. 38 Sharon Hartman 64 Jenn Hassin 113 Hatch Workshop 86 Rothko Hauschildt 39 Hell on Wheels Hand Crafted Jewelry

157 Daniel HG 118 Ross Grady High 191 The High Priestess 95 Katy Hirschfeld 149 Historic Victory Grill 173 Hoeffner Fine Photography 40 Holli Brown Mosaics 102 Soña Holman 116 HORSESHOE 77 Brooke Howsley 101 Buck Hubach 154 Kay Hughes 174 Traci Hutson 178 Imagine Art 192 ImprovEd Shakespeare's Henry IV (Part 1) 44 In House Gallery 105 Indio Arts 116 Industry Print Shop 172 Invenio 52 Iona Handcrafted Books 43 Jacq Jones Clothing and Jewelry Design 116 JCR WORK 164 Kelsey Jenkinson 111 Brian David Johnson 28 Cecily Johnson 43 Chelsea Jones 110 Jules Buck Jones 125 JoseLopez 136 Calder Kamin 169 Barna Kantor 93 Kartwheel Craftsmanship 155 Leslie Kell 45 Scott Kentros 74 Carolyn Kimball 190 KINCANNON STUDIOS 92 Stacy Kirk 66 Kittenfart 42 KJDA Studio 95 Maggie Kleinpeter 29 Rebecca Klier 45 Melissa Knight 131 Knoxy Knox 103 Kong Screen Printing 63 Julie Konvicka 76 Keith Kreeger

INDEX 39 Chase Kreger 63 Jaelah Kuehmichel 165 Meredith Kuntzsch 26 Gabe Langholtz 35 Laura Latimer 22 Latinitas Magazine 78 Carie Ray Lawrence 129 Rebecca Layton 98 Haley Lebeuf 101 Legacy Design House 99 Kafka Lenton 28 David Leonard 115 Melanie Levin 71 Marianne Levy 181 Paul Licce 100 Limbo Jewelry 153 Link & Pin Gallery 148 The Lion's Nest 42 Little Blue House 82 Little Minnow & Scout and Honour 169 Little Pink Monster Gallery 103 175 Little Pink Monster Gallery 191 little east 47 Littlepixie Studios 89 LittleSwec 190 LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivor Art Gallery 40 Liz Potter Photography 31 John Lockhart 180 Lori Lockhart 140 Elizabeth Lodowski 127 Andrew Long 149 Claudio Lopez 139 Carlos Lowry 27 John Mark Luke 111 Lumiere Tintype 106 Court Lurie 29 Kanya Lyons 112 Mark Maček 103 Lucy MacQueen 21 Make.Eat.Drink 81 MakeATX 88 Betelhem Makonnen 38 Karen Maness 71 Billy Ray Mangham 172 Gert Johan Manschot

177 Katie Maratta 99 Rebecca Marino 168 Fran Marmillion 122 Ender Martos 124 Mass Gallery 160 MASS Gallery 183 Paloma Mayorga 50 Scout McComb 68 Terri Mcgee 53 Jeff McGlew 117 Ryan McKerley 38 Meg McLaughlin 118 Lance McMahan 98 Landry McMeans Art & Design 165 Kevin McNamee-Tweed 75 Revi Meicler 168 Metropolitan Gallery Fine Art Consulting 107 Paul Meyer 113 Michalovic wood art 27 Matt Mikulla 154 Connie Miller 63 Janie Milstein 161 Nancy Mims 52 Mychal Mitchell 172 Modern Rocks Gallery 35 Modplexi 30 Miabella Mojica 62 Maria Montoya-Hohenstein 117 Elliot Morgan 150 Damon Mosley 44 Jen Moulton 160 Mr. Mosca 115 Derek Mulch 55 John Mulvany 54 Jack Murphy 98 Andrew Murray 173 Museum of Human Achievement 161 Laura Nance 149 Bianca Neal 190 No Grit No Pearl Workshop 86 Nudge Studio 165 Paul Clarence Oglesby Jr 191 One fine day with natives and nomads 20 Canopy Night 62 Chun Hui Pak

83 Paleo Denim 105 Nola Parker 166 Brian L. Phillips 53 Jeanne Philquist 177 Photo Méthode Gallery 134 Pine Street Station 38 Pink Box 67 Poeta Contemporary 77 Pollen Floral Art 176 Andrea Pramuk 54 Sarah Presson 129 Prizer 152 Prizer 81 Mark Puente 93 Pump Project 80 Puro Chingón Collective 189 Puro Chingón Collective & Fe de Rico do EAST 162 Quonset Hut at Armadillo Clay 95 Michelle Rahbar 173 Sandra Ramos 129 Griffon Ramsey 161 Jonathan Rebolloso 129 Rekh & Datta 34 Jesse Reno 82 Resonance Studio 74 Revelator Productions 182 Lauren Revels 166 Revival Cycles 47 Alonso Rey 118 Aaron Reynolds 59 Keva Richardson 102 Lacey Richter 125 Luis Rico 188 Rise, Loss, and Revival of Cherokee Beadwork 151 Jamie Rix 135 Sophie Roach 130 Don Rock 39 T.R. Rodriquez 26 Scott Rolfe 175 Romani Gallery 157 Room Gallery 70 Rebecca Rothfus 119 Rural Rooster 141 Cecelia Russell 38 RUST RED STUDIO

INDEX 101 Phil Sadler 34 Janna Sammon 81 Satellite, The 104 Scott Saunders 74 Cathy Savage 30 Save the Humans 68 Susan Scafati 150 Dustin Schaible 54 Nick Schnitzer 162 Melanie Schopper 124 Agnes Seebass 46 SEEDesigns Screen-printing 106 Travis Seeger 32 Sertodo Copper 138 Shaman Modifications 71 Robert Sheldon 146 The SHOW On The Road 119 Michael Sieben 69 Trish Siegel 104 George Silas 152 Silk Worm 38 Pascal M. Simon 175 Judith Simonds 124 Sky Candy 175 Slugfest Printmaking Workshop and Gallery 82 Smith Road Studios 31 Carl Smith Visual Art Studio 128 Pehr Smith 29 Terry & Sarah Snow 89 Sodalitas 67 Flip Solomon 78 Son of a Sailor 189 spaceCAMP 176 Polly Lanning Sparrow 111 Splinter Group North 160 SprATX 173 Springdale Farm 58 Squid Ink Kollective 122 Squidrabbit 111 Andy St. Martin 104 Julie Stansberry 62 Studio SloMo 28 Studio Yo 134 Laura Sturtz 188 SUGGESTIVE GESTURES: David Finkelstein

92 Tom Suhler 131 Johnny Sullivan 99 Edie Sunday 20 Sunday School presented by SXSW 51 John Swanger Studio 89 Jana Swec 93 J Swec Sign Painting 91 Pablo Taboada 193 Take 1: Look -- Marcela Andre Art & Jewels 106 Foster Talge 54 Annie Taylor 146 Austin Public Library • Terrazas Branch 130 Terror and Chaos Studios 174 Test Tube 156 Third Coast Visions 147 thirteenzerofour 79 Tiger Den 127 Christopher Taylor Timberlake 110 Tiny Truck Studios 151 Tiny Taiga 151 Rama Tiru 90 Natalie Tischler 65 James Tisdale 46 Caleb Tracy 41 Erik Tragus 183 Austin Public Library • University Hills Branch 126 UP Collective 161 Utility Research Garden 105 Sara Vanderbeek 182 Kristina VandeWalle 149 Carlotta Vann 107 Somsy Vejsiri 53 Vice Shop 21 Victory Lap at The Historic Victory Grill 147 Marcy Ann Villafaña 101 Carolina Villarreal 57 Jamie Wade 57 Jess Wade 35 Jessica Ann Wagner 141 Waller and Holly Studio 81 Marilyn Walter 50 L S Waltrip 101 Warbach Lighting & Design 180 Hallie Rae Ward 101 Nathan Warner

65 Cari Washburn 138 Waterstreet Collective 119 Carly Weaver 102 NJ Weaver 136 Jason Webb 82 Sally Weber 137 Aaron Weiss 69 Peggy Weiss 69 Robert Weiss 189 Where is Your Heart? Wall 111 Adrian Whipp 76 Whitebox Studio 126 Kristin White 135 Susan White 94 Wide World Home 42 Cori Wilbanks 167 Jason Wilbur 46 Lindsey Wilderflatt 68 Wildfire Studio 80 Erica Wildman 174 Austin Public Library • Willie Mae Kirk Branch 139 Liliana Wilson 183 Austin Public Library • Windsor Park Branch 134 Taylor Winn 51 Dawn Winter 128 Winn Wittman 33 WOODSHED 57 Karen Woodward 182 Marj Wormald 77 WPA 123 Leigh Taylor Wyatt 114 Suzanne Wyss 166 Mark Yaggie 114 Michael Yates 77 You're Welcome Studios 181 Yasmin Youssef 168 Zhi Tea

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East Austin Studio Tour 2014  

The East Austin Studio Tour (EAST) is a self guided trek through East Austin’s extraordinary creative culture. Artists open their doors, inv...

East Austin Studio Tour 2014  

The East Austin Studio Tour (EAST) is a self guided trek through East Austin’s extraordinary creative culture. Artists open their doors, inv...