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EAST AUSTIN STUDIO TOUR ▪ Fourteenth Edition ▪ Copyright © 2015 East Austin Studio Tour ▪ All rights reserved Printed in Texas by 360 Press Solutions ▪ 360presssolutions.com


Big Medium’s East Austin Studio Tour is a free, annual, self-guided art event spanning across two weekends in November. Through collaboration with the community, EAST provides opportunities for the public to meet the makers: the local artists and artisans who drive Austin’s vibrant creative culture. In its 14th edition, EAST features 287 Artist Studios, 152 Exhibitions, 17 Happenings and a series of Select Events. This catalog serves as an overview of tour stops and a schedule of events. It is intended to help tour-goers, like you, hand-pick their EAST experiences. Read on to explore the array of artistic talent waiting to be discovered!


EAST includes four participant categories: Artist Studios, Exhibitions, Happenings, and Select Events. Artist Studios and Exhibitions are free and open on the weekends of November 14-15 & 21-22 from 11am - 6pm. Happenings are also free and occur on the weekends of November 14-15 & 21-22 at varying times as listed. Select Events occur between November 14-22 at varying times as listed and may require an entrance fee.


East of I-35 West of Hwy 183 South of Hwy 290 North of Riverside Dr (expanded for 2015!)


For real-time updates on the East Austin Studio Tour and other Big Medium programs, join our online community: Facebook - facebook.com/bigmedium Instagram - @bigmediumaustin Twitter - @BigMedium


Big Medium does not set any content guidelines for artists or exercise any predetermined censorship when producing the EAST and WEST catalogs and websites. Please be aware that the 2015 EAST catalog and website may contain some images with sexual content, nudity, or violence. We understand that some may find certain images controversial. We respect those opinions and are always open to community feedback.


The East Austin Studio Tour is a program of Big Medium, an Austin-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting visual arts and artists in Texas. Big Medium relies on community support like yours to keep EAST free and open to the public. To share in the endeavor of creating an engaging and unique experience for our community, consider making a donation at bigmedium.org/support.html. Every contribution is meaningful and supports our programming, including the East Austin Studio Tour, the West Austin Studio Tour, Big Medium Gallery exhibitions, and the Texas Biennial. Thank you for joining us in championing the abundance of talent within Austin’s creative community!


Big Medium at Canopy 916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2 #101 Austin, TX 78702

Big Medium at Bolm Studios 5305 Bolm Rd #9-12 Austin, TX 78721



Shea Little - Executive Director

Keith Kreeger - President

Tiffany L. Coghill - Director of Operations and Finance

Shea Little - Ex Oficio

Hannah Packard - Director of Development

Mirna Hariz

Jordan Gentry - Communications and Program Coordinator

Jon Lawrence

Jenna Carrens - Development Coordinator

Joseph Phillips

Jon Windham - Graphic Designer and Production Manager

Chelsea Sun

Kevin McNamee-Tweed - Gallery Curator and Studio Manager

Jana Swec

Elise Powell - Project Assistant Berkeley Beauchot - Gallery Assistant Stephanie Braddock - Advertising Alexa Star Johnson - Development Intern

2015 EAST EVENTS COMMITTEE Jenna Carrens (Chair), Adam Carnes, Tiffany L. Coghill, Jordan Gentry, Keith Kreeger, Hannah Packard, Jennifer Sinksi, Chelsea Sun, and Jana Swec

WHAT TO SEE The East Austin Studio Tour includes four categories: Select Events, Artist Studios, Exhibitions and Happenings. Jump to the page of each category to find details about each stop or program. The tour is self-guided, so you are free to curate your own unique EAST experience.

SELECT EVENTS [PG 12-23] Select Events are projects or events, organized in collaboration with Big Medium. These events highlight partnerships that offer unique experiences for our audience, as well as provide financial and ideological support for the Select Event hosts and Big Medium. ARTIST STUDIOS

[PG 24-138] 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.


[PG 142-201] 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, theaters, or museums as well as a few select nonarts-based spaces.

HAPPENINGS [PG 204-210] 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.

FELLOWSHIPS Big Medium offers artists of all backgrounds the opportunity to participate in the East and West Austin Studio Tours through the Fellowship Program. Fellowships are awarded based on artistic merit and financial need and allow artists to waive their application fees to participate on tours. This year, the Fellowship Program provided financial support to 58 EAST artists.


The East Austin Studio Tour mobile site is a free online companion to the EAST catalog. The mobile site includes images, statements, descriptions, and location information for all EAST participants. Look up your favorite artists and discover new ones, search by artistic medium, create a custom list of studios and exhibitions to visit, and use navigation tools to find your way around the tour. Special thanks to Karina Persson and Joseph Pagano, developers of the EAST desktop and mobile site.

MEDIUMS For tour-goers looking for specific types of art, the EAST mobile site is searchable by 18 different artistic mediums:



















LIBRARY Catalogs are available at the Austin Public Library branches (first come first serve). Since 2010, the Austin Public Library has partnered with Big Medium to distribute East Austin Studio Tour catalogs to all 23 local branches. Through this collaboration, we hope to make EAST catalogs more accessible while encouraging the community to visit their neighborhood library branch and register for a library card. Visit library.austintexas.gov for more info.

Austin Public Library System ▪ Locations Faulk Central Library

800 Guadalupe St

Austin History Center

810 Guadalupe St

Carver Branch

1161 Angelina St

(Participating in EAST, see pg 167)

Cepeda Branch

651 N Pleasant Valley Rd

(Participating in EAST, see pg 200)

Hampton Branch at Oak Hill

5125 Convict Hill Rd

Howson Branch

2500 Exposition Blvd

Little Walnut Creek Branch

835 W Rundberg Ln

Manchaca Road Branch

5500 Manchaca Rd

Milwood Branch

12500 Amherst Dr

North Village Branch

2505 Steck Ave

Old Quarry Branch

7051 Village Center Dr

Pleasant Hill Branch

211 E William Cannon Dr

Ruiz Branch

1600 Grove Blvd

St. John Branch

7500 Blessing Ave

Southeast Branch

5803 Nuckols Crossing Rd

Spicewood Springs Branch

8637 Spicewood Springs Rd

Terrazas Branch

1105 E César Chávez St

Twin Oaks Branch

1800 S Fifth St

University Hills Branch

4721 Loyola Ln

(Participating in EAST, see pg 147)

Willie Mae Kirk Branch

3101 Oak Springs Dr

(Participating in EAST, see pg 159)

Windsor Park Branch

5833 Westminster Dr

(Participating in EAST, see pg 146)

Yarborough Branch

2200 Hancock Dr

Recycled Reads

5335 Burnet Rd

(Participating in EAST, see pg 201)

(Participating in EAST, see pg 183)

GETTING AROUND Please be mindful of our neighbors, as many EAST locations are in residential areas. Our neighbors have been very welcoming to tour visitors over the years, so we request that all tour-goers respect and return 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, walk, ride your bike or use public transportation to make your way around the tour. (For Capital Metro bus schedules and routes visit capmetro.org.)

FREE RIDES FROM UBER For the East Austin Studio Tour, Big Medium and Uber are partnering to provide rides around the tour. Sign up for Uber and insert the promo code STUDIOTOUR to receive a free ride on Uber, up to $20 off your trip. This promotion is for first time riders only, so if you’ve already taken your first Uber trip, share this promotion with friends and family so that they can enjoy their first ride. Sign up at get.uber.com/go/studiotour and enter the promo code STUDIOTOUR. For each ride taken, Uber will donate back to Big Medium.


Under each EAST participant listing is an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) graphic. Each square in the graphic represents a different accessibility feature that is or is not available at the participant’s location. The boxes correspond to the numbered list below. If a box is filled in with a “▪” that means that accessibility feature is available at the space. 1 Official parking for the disabled 2 Entrance and Interior: Minimum 32” wide doorway clearance space 3 Entrance: Entryway without stairs 4 Entrance: Entryway with a ramp 5 Entrance: No lip entryway 6 Interior: Accessible path around studio with minimum 36” width 7 Restrooms: Entryway with minimum 36” wide clearance space 8 Restrooms: Minimum 56 x 60” clearance space for toilet 9 Restrooms: Grab bars 10 Braille or raised letter signage

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Big Medium is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department, and by the Texas Commission on the Arts.


Big Medium thanks Perry Lorenz for the use of his building for DUE EAST and the EAST Group Exhibition.


IN-KIND SPONSORS Asel Ar t · Austin Beerworks · Austin Eastciders · Austin Tinkering School · La Barbecue · Broomly · BuildASign · Chameleon Cold Brew · El Chilito · La Condesa · Davis Gallery · Dos XX · Gardner · Hillside Farmacy · Hotel Saint Cecilia · Jacoby’s Restaurant and Mercantile · Jennifer Balkan · JuiceLand · Keith Kreeger Studios · KIND Snacks · Levitation · Lick Ice Creams · Linda Bagwell Massage Miller Blueprint · Panacea Rentals · Qui · Republic Distributors · Reverberation Appreciation Society · St. Philip Pizza Parlor · Sway · SXSW Transmission Enter tainment · Uncommon Objects · The University Co-op · Weather Up · White Mountain Foods · Wunder-Pilz Kombucha

ADVERTISERS Armadillo Christmas Bazaar · Austin Ar t Refugees · Austin Ar t Services · Austin Beerworks · Austin School of Film · Austin Studio Rental Bead It · Bearded Lady · Bird’s Barbershop · Blanton Museum of Ar t · Blue Genie Danger Derby · City of Austin, Ar t in Public Places (Cultural Ar ts Division) · Corazon Apar tments · D-CRAIN · Do512 · Davis Gallery · E3 Proper ties · Eastside Pop Up · Emily Little · The FRESH Festival · Generous Ar t · Gourmand’s · Harry Ransom Center · Jerry’s Ar tarama · JuiceLand · Justine’s Brasserie · Kasey McCar ty Interior Design · Kincannon Studios · KLRU · La Condesa · Link & Pin · Michael Hsu Office of Architecture · Mike Tolleson & Associates · MILLER Imaging & Digital Solutions (IDS) · Moxie Realty Group · Newcastle Homes · Par ts and Labour · Pauly Presley Realty · Prizer Gallery Skout Real Estate · Skylark Lounge · Switched On · Take Hear t · The Contemporary Austin · The Orchard · The Room Gallery · Tito’s Handmade Vodka · Uncommon Objects · XYZ Atlas · Wally Workman Gallery · Yellow Jacket Social Club

BIG MEDIUM DONORS Linda Anderson Anonymous Art.Science.Gallery. Phillip F Auth Bee Amour Jewelry Bluedale LLC Rebecca Bennett Sarah Braid Frank L Burns Jim Butler and Lynne Whitten Cambia Art Molly Casey Elizabeth Chiles and Juan Sanchez Aaron and Cara Choate Tiffany Coghill Randy Conway Coterie Market Shawn Cox Mary Lockwood Crouch

(in alphabetical order) Will Dibrell Ryan Davis Paige DeShong Rebecca Feferman Esme Marie Francis BJ and Stan Friedman Carolyn Gee Generous Art Hayley Gillespie J H Gillespie John Halaburt Belinda Hare Ben Heimsath Shannon Hinshaw Jamie Hunt Oliver Kiel Melissa Knight & Ethan Azarian Abe Koogler Doug and Wendy Kreeger Keith Kreeger Studios

Ish Kundawala Frank Lawlor Jon Lawrence J Little Shea Little Catherine Lucchesi Steven Maddox Kristen McConnell Paloma Moorman Mary Morse Laura and David Neil Desmond Ng and Donald Mason Alan Morris Charles and Hannah Packard Chun Hui Pak David & Dana Parker Connie and Samuel Pate Steve Redman Eric R

Veronica Roberts Meredith Ruduski Cecelia Russell Susan Scafati Amy Schweiss Eugene and Steve Sepulveda Reza Shirazi Pat Snow Jana Swec Barbara and Len Swec Terri Thomas and Randy Potts Amanda Thompson Texas National Instruments Libby Tilley Colleen Tulloh Alyssa Taylor Wendt Whole Foods Kathleen Wilson Marc Winkelman Sharon Zakes

COMMUNITY SPECIAL THANKS Aileen Adler Kirk Anders Greg Anderson Linda Bagwell Jennifer Balkan Cheryl Barnes David Barrow Jonathan Beall Eliana Bernard Stephanie Braddock Andrew Brown Gina Burchneal Jeremy Burks Bryan Butler Adam Carnes Molly Casey Michael Casias Jamie Cendon Jennifer Chenoweth Jerome Chladil Sunyong Chung Reese Cisneros Chris Coakley Heather Coffey Kevin Collins Sonya Coté Bill Davis Sam Davison Wayne Dean Bobby Dillard Juliet Dill Ben Edgerton Dominic Ferrario

Zack Flores Michael Fojtasek Aaron and Stacy Franklin Elaine Garza Ed Gibson Bryan Gonzales Lani Gonzales Stafford Gunning Jessica Haynes Adreon Henry Lisa Hickey Meredith Hubley Dustin Huff Gerardo Interiano Mike Ihnat Adam Jacoby Tiffany Johnson Linda Johnston Ashley Kegley-Whitehead Moya Khabele Kristine Kittrell Montgomery Knott Rachel Koper Evangelina Kreeger Daryl and Dana Kunik Alexis Lanman Hannah Lapin Lauren Laugen Jon Lawrence Ben Loftsgarden Andrew Long Perry Lorenz Ann Lee

Kanya Lyons Alexandra Manley Rebecca Marino Estefania Marquez TJ Mathais Kara Mathews Michael McCarthy Colin McIntyre Ryan McKerley Paul Melroy Tess Menconi Aaron Michalovic Dorelia Miller Luci Miller Lauren Moorman LeAnn Mueller Branigan Mulcahy Bill Nadalini Sarah Nation Grae Nonas Sarah O’Brien Kellie Olisky Joseph Pagano Chad Palmatier Barbara Parham Karina Persson Caroline Pinkston Jade Place Gary Price Nick Pugliese Paul Qui and Deana Saukam Tiffany Rasco Lisa Reile

Autumn Rich Gabriel Rodriguez Jamie Rodriguez Carlos Rodriquez-Brondo Ben Runkle Jesse Sachs Paula Salinas Jaime Salvador Castillo Jordan Schraeder Rachel Schultz Derrick Shannon Jennifer Sinski Anthony Sobotik Xochi Solis Amanda Sprague Erika Stojeba Jerry Sun Roland Swenson Kris Swift Meiling Tan Matt Teodori Wayne Tobias Zac Traeger Claude van Lingen Coco Vargas Heather Wagner-Reed Regina Waldo Meghan Wells Kami Wilt Lisa Wright Steve Wiman Andrew Wiseheart 2015 EAST Volunteers!

DUE EAST Big Medium thanks all who attended DUE EAST, the official kick-off par ty and fundraiser for the East Austin Studio Tour. In exchange for their suppor t, guests of DUE EAST were first to receive a 2015 EAST catalog and experience the opening of the EAST Group Exhibition, alongside performances by Temple of Ape, Adreon Henry, and Andrew Brown (soundfounder) of Exploded Records. This year’s event was held on Thursday, November 5 at 1500 E 4th Street, Austin, TX 78702. The DUE EAST and EAST Group Show venue was generously provided by Perry Lorenz. DUE EAST 2015 is sponsored by Tito’s Handmade Vodka. In-kind suppor t provided by the following sponsors:




Big Medium thanks our Community Breakfast sponsors. Community Breakfast occurs on the first Saturday of the tour (Nov 14 from 9:30 -11:00 am) at the EAST Group Exhibition and gives attendees the opportunity to discover their favorite EAST artists. This Select Event features food, drinks, and activities from the following sponsors:


Monkey Town 6 Wednesday, NOV 4 · 7:00 - 11:30 PM Monkey Town 6 is a nightly video cinema and dining experience that will run from November 4, 2015 - February 7, 2016. The audience of 40 sits inside a giant 27 foot cube and watches a 2 hour multi-channel video art program comprised of 15 artists—half of whom hail from Texas. After 10 years in New York, Monkey Town went on the road to Denver in 2014 and most recently in Barcelona this spring.

2416 E 6th St · (929) 320-9952 monkeytownhq@gmail.com · monkeytown6.com

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EAST Preview Bus Tour Thursday, NOV 12 ▪ 6:30 - 9:30 PM Catch a ride on the EAST Preview Bus Tour and be the first to experience the studios of EAST artists, Sunyong Chung, Andrew Long, Jonathan Beall, and Aaron Michalovic. Your all access tour includes cocktails at each studio and a unique opportunity to learn about these artists’ work and methods in an intimate setting. The tour will also include a visit to one of Austin’s most popular restaurants for some bites and refreshments. Finally, you will receive a one-of-a-kind piece to take home from one of these four artists. Enjoy this exclusive preview with Big Medium Founder and Director, Shea Little, alongside Big Medium Board President, artist Keith Kreeger. Limited availability, reserve your tickets now at east.bigmedium.org.

Tour begins at 916 Springdale Rd ▪ (512) 939-6665 east@bigmedium.org ▪ east.bigmedium.org


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Pastelegram Mobile Artists’ Yard Sale EAST Weekends ▪ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM The Pastelegram Mobile Artists’ Yard Sale features items from the studios and offices of Pastelegram’s many collaborators including artists’ proofs, failed artworks, unsold works, sketches, working photographs, books, supplies, interesting materials, found objects and other assorted power objects and totems all priced to sell for $50 or less. Check pastelegram.org/yardsale for times and locations.


Various locations; see pastelegram.org/yardsale yardsale@pastelegram.org ▪ pastelegram.org/yardsale

Last Depot before Desolation Friday, NOV 13 ▪ 8:00 - 11:00 PM EAST Weekends ▪ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Last Depot before Desolation is an exhibition of the assemblage art and sound environment of sculptor Colin McIntyre in a historic train station. The sculpture is built of an antique pipe organ and printing machinery, connecting the production of the written word and the generation of music. The work is complimented by three photographic installations by Robb Kendrick, Julia Solis and Tom Kirsch. This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

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979 Springdale Rd ▪ (512) 479-9941 colin@sculptureforge.com ▪ sculptureforge.com

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Community Breakfast Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 9:30 - 11:00 AM Join us on the first Saturday of the tour for a community breakfast at the EAST Group Exhibition. Start your tour with food, drinks, family-friendly activities, and a preview of artwork you can view on the tour! Food and drinks provided by KIND, White Mountain Foods, El Chilito, Wunder Pilz Kombucha, Chameleon Cold Brew and Tito’s Handmade Vodka. The Austin Tinkering School will be on site with activities for all ages! Build and race a car down a 60 foot Nerdy Derby track or make electrical circuits on paper. Take home a light up greeting card, make origami animals come to life, or build a three-dimensional pop up sculpture with working lights.

1500 E 4th St ▪ (512) 939-6665 east@bigmedium.org ▪ east.bigmedium.org

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Changarrito with Andrew Anderson EAST Weekends ▪ 12:00 - 3:00 PM Mexic-Arte Museum invites a new artist each month to display and sell their artwork on the Changarrito mobile art cart at various locations throughout the Austin area. Visitors are able to purchase artworks and 100% of the proceeds go directly to the artists. The featured artist for November is Andrew Anderson.

916 Springdale Rd ▪ (512) 480-9373 info@mexic-artemuseum.org ▪ mexic-artemuseum.org


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Draka the Dragon EAST Weekends ▪ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Draka the Dragon is a unique way to traverse the various venues at EAST 2015! Take a ride on the 112-ft long, mobile/kinetic sculpture to select tour locations, starting at Bolm Studios. Draka is made of mostly recycled materials; cut 55-gal steel drums form her scales, old cedar shakes line her belly, and faux-fur seats adorn her interior.


Regular tours starting at 5305 Bolm Rd ▪ (210) 596-8990 lisa@lisanigro.com ▪ flyingphoenix.biz

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EAST Public Art Crawl with Art in Public Places Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 3:30 - 6:00 PM Join the City of Austin’s Art in Public Places program for a “public art crawl” through east Austin featuring works from the collection, including TEMPO 2015 installations. Participants will travel by bus to over 10 public art sites and have a chance to meet some of the featured artists. Refreshments provided. Space is limited, so you must RSVP at austintexas.gov/TEMPO to reserve your seat.

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412 Comal St ▪ (512) 974-7700 culturalarts@austintexas.gov ▪ austintexas.gov/tempo


Eyes Got It! 2015 Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 6:00 - 10:00 PM Eyes Got It! is an open call art competition inspired by arts based, reality-TV game shows, created 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.

1500 E 4th St ask.eyesgot@gmail.com ▪ eyesgotit.wordpress.com

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Field Constructs Design Competition EAST Weekends ▪ 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Field Constructs Design Competition grew out of our collective desire to create an opportunity for emerging architects, designers, and artists to realize and share their work with the Austin community at Circle Acres Nature Preserve. The winning teams are INVIVIA, Studio Roland Snooks, OTA +, and OP.AL + AndEither-Or and their installations will be on view from November 14 to 22, 2015.

900 Grove Blvd ▪ (773) 456-6601 info@fieldconstructs.org ▪ fieldconstructs.org


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Victory Lap Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 6:00 - 9:00 PM Join us at the Historic Victory Grill for one of the official after-hours EAST festivities. Enjoy an evening of art, music and drinks, benefiting Capitol View Arts and Big Medium. Featuring performances by Dear Ashton, Kendra Christel, Serafia Jane and Tree G.


1104 E 11th St

Las Piñatas ▪ Piñata Fest 2015 Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 12:00 - 4:00 PM Just as the breaking of a piñata is a form of celebration, we are telling the tale of our city through the art of creative destruction. A small herd of piñata burros will be found grazing in an East side Austin park, welcoming Austinites, new and old, to the city’s first-ever Piñata Fest. In support and memory of the original Jumpolin piñata store in Austin’s rapidly gentrifying East side. A commission by City of Austin Arts in Public Places Program. Photography by Philip Rogers.

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2101 Jesse E Segovia St ▪ (970) 420-7131 david@goujondesign.com

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Bike EAST Art Attack Sunday, NOV 15 ▪ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Bike EAST is a social media-crazed, mostly serious art scavenger hunt, bike ride, and raffle supporting the Ghisallo Cycling Initiative and Big Medium. Signup for this super fun-filled way to engage in one of Austin’s signature cultural happenings, the East Austin Studio Tour. See some great art, discover the east side, and get your chance to win prizes. Bike EAST will kick-off at 11am with breakfast, then live music at 2pm, and at 4pm, the scavenger wraps up with an after-party at the Handlebar with free food, drinks, live music, raffle drawings, and the awarding of prizes. A portion of the $30 entry fee for adults (kids under 12 are free) benefits the East Austin Studio Tour and the Ghisallo Cycling Initiative, which promotes youth bicycling safety programs.

1500 E 4th St ▪ (512) 750-9584 laura@thefreshfestival.com ▪ thefreshfestival.com/bikeeast2015

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Daven Dowse Sunday, NOV 15 ▪ 7:00 PM Daven Dowse is a new short dance film project. Fascinated by the body as site and archive of personal and cultural lineage we dove into the movement research using several modes of inquiry (davening, dissolving, slowing down, molting, trembling) to come back to the site and edge of the body’s innate intelligence. Through such an excavation process we hope to reveal an idiosyncratic and intuitive language unique to each dancer - one that precedes the verbal. This unearthing, is not superimposed but instead gathered from memories and desires already present is in each of the dancers. Giving powerful voice to each of the performers, in this way, the process honors each of the dancers’ unique approach as well as personal and cultural histories. This is not a staged dance captured on film, rather it is motion practiced and built for the camera.

1500 E 4th St earthskybody@gmail.com ▪ arthskybodyworks.tumblr.com


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Make. Eat. Drink. Wednesday, NOV 18 ▪ 7:00 - 10:00 PM Fired– Make. Eat. Drink. 2015 is a PopUp Dinner at Franklin BBQ on November 18th during the East Austin Studio Tour. The entire evening has been months in the making and is a collaboration between chefs and artists. Artists: Keith Kreeger, Ryan McKerley, Michael McCarthy Chefs: Aaron Franklin, Alexandra Manley, Andrew Wiseheart Ticketing info at makeeatdrink.com - A portion of the proceeds will benefit Big Medium.


900 E 11th St makeeatdrink.com

HAINT Special Sneak Preview Screening Friday, NOV 20 ▪ 7:00 PM 72 Minutes long, work-in-progress Refreshments and Q&A with the artist to follow screening The directorial debut from Alyssa Taylor Wendt, HAINT is an experimental narrative feature that speaks of death, escape and secrets. In this gothic film noir, mortality and tension loom over two families struggling to survive postwar Berlin in 1947. The need for survival holds them together while their own surreal visions and dark fantasies tear them each apart. Addressing universal fears and desires, HAINT examines the forces behind our will to survive and what price that may carry. This line between darkness and light blurs as the relationships and stability both dissolve, where the only stable element is Mortality, played with great empathy and gothic beauty by the performance artist Joseph Keckler. This project is funded and supported in part by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and in part by the City of Austin Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future.

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1500 E 4th St alyssataylorwendt.com

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Google Presents: Paint the Town Saturday, NOV 21 ▪ 6:00 - 9:00 PM Google’s self-driving car project hopes to make it easier and safer for everyone to get around. As their prototype vehicles started to cruise the streets of Austin, Google invited Austinites to join Paint the Town and help transform the cars into moving pieces of public art. Get a sneak peek of the selected artwork that will start appearing on the prototype vehicles in Austin early next year.

1500 E 4th St google.com/selfdrivingcar/paint

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TheGlint at The Plant at Kyle Saturday, NOV 21 ▪ 6:30 - 11:00 PM TheGlint Edition Seven is planned for the evening of Saturday, November 21. Guests will gather at 5 pm at artist compound/home of Sunyong Chung and Philippe Klinefelter for drinks and appetizers. Hop on the round-trip shuttle to The Plant at Kyle, the Lake/Flato-designed architectural gem at the edge of the Hill Country. (Email info@theplantatkyle.com if you would prefer to drive your own car.) From 7 to 10 PM, The Plant will become a new work of art, transformed with visual and temporal interventions commissioned for this event that will dazzle the eye, spark the imagination, and incite conversation. Featured artists include mixed-media artist Doug Fitch, collaborative Soquelle, and Tunde Olaniran. Drinks and tasty local food are all part of the fun. Registration URL: editionseven.theglint.com

800 Gullett St ▪ (512) 689-6777 damian@theglint.com ▪ editionseven.theglint.com


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line upon line percussion Thursday, NOV 19 ▪ 8:00 PM Friday, NOV 20 ▪ 8:00 PM Austin’s virtuoso pianist and contemporary music champion, Charlie Magnone, joins us for two timeless John Cage works (Amores and Credo in US) and two major statements for percussion and piano from the more recent past, Philippe Hurel’s Interstices and Mathias Spahlinger’s ephemera. The Frenchman Philippe Hurel is Professor of Composition at Le Conservatoire national superieur musique et danse de Lyon. German composer Mathias Spahlinger recently received the 2014 Grand Art Prize, the highest honor of the Akademie der Kunste, Berlin. Tickets are $10 in advance and available at lineuponlinepercussion.org.


Location TBD lineuponlinepercussion.org

Creative Action ▪ Community Arts Sunday Sunday, NOV 22 ▪ 2:00 - 5:00 PM Celebrate the making of art that matters during Creative Action’s Community Arts Sunday! Enjoy active workshops, interactive art experiences, and performances by professional artists that celebrate community through dance, music, food, theatre, visual art, and inventing. These free activities are family friendly and open to all.

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2921 E 17th St, Bldg B ▪ (806) 787-0376 lindsay@creativeaction.org ▪ creativeaction.org

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Blue Genie Danger Derby ▪ Official EAST Closing Party Sunday, NOV 22 ▪ 5:00 - 10:00 PM East Austin Studio Tour’s most outlandish party, the Blue Genie DANGER DERBY, is back for a third year of destruction at the Blue Genie Headquarters on Sunday, November 22nd! We are an annual pinewood derby race where ‘art cars’ battle for victory by racing down a two-story hazard course: The track is 20’ tall, 100’ long, runs alongside the Blue Genie Headquarters and is peppered with a myriad of extreme dangers (fire included!). The first car to make it out ahead after surviving the numerous hazards wins bragging rights on the East Side and one sweet trophy. This year will feature new, top-secret hazards to add to the destruction!

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 4, #102 dangerderby.com

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Scott Rolfe Assemblage My focus is assemblage, an art form made from found and discarded objects. By combining, rearranging and altering these objects, they come to life with their own unique personalities. My subjects range from eccentric animals to complex shadow box constructions.

1305 Glencrest Dr ▪ (512) 596-3631 scott@srolfe.com ▪ srolfe.com


Gabe Langholtz guest of Scott Rolfe Acrylic paints and mediums, grease and charcoal pencils, collage Gabe Langholtz is a Naïve Modernist & Geometric Abstract painter from Austin, TX. His work, although primarily representational, is seminal to American Color Field painting, focusing on color relations, pattern making, form & line. His works were recently featured in the 2015 HGTV Smart Home & have appeared in multiple galleries, print publications, television, & film.

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


Nicole Conlay Acrylic, watercolor, pen and ink Project Hart Daze is a psychedelic collection of mixed media pieces that showcase the places the mind can wonder when given the freedom to roam. It is an exploration of human form through bright colors and surreal circumstances.

1406 Hillcrest Dr nconla20@gmail.com ▪ nicoleconlay.com


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Tim Patterson ▪ Home Studio Mixed media, spray painting, stencil creation Stop by Tim Patterson’s outdoor studio to throw some paint, experiment with color, and create your very own art. Tim shares his passion for art with his students and around the community. Now, he invites you into his home to experience his artistic style and have a little fun too!


6600 Haney Dr ▪ (412) 951-8055 tpatterson32@gmail.com ▪ timpattersonart.com

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Tee Kay ▪ Howling Aardvark Studio Complex Colored pencil, ink, acrylic Colored pencil, ink, and acrylic cartoon surrealistic goofy landscapes, space scapes, portraits, and whatever.


3005 Loyola Ln ▪ (512) 587-7997 tvark@yahoo.com

Rebecca Gordon & Evan Runyon Carol Ann Art Collective Painting, mixed media, performance, installation, sound Carol Ann Art Collective is a cozy East Austin art space hosted by Rebecca Gordon and Evan Runyon. Rebecca is a painter who combines traditional abstract art with the decorative, graphic elements of our modern world. Evan is a multi-disciplinary artist and musician based in combining visual art, performance, installation, and sound elements in large-scale works of kaleidoscopic intensity.

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3207 Carol Ann Dr ▪ (817) 300-2001 rebecca.blair.gordon@gmail.com ▪ rebeccablairgordon.com


Terry & Sarah Snow ▪ Chaos Woods Hand painted wooden crafts Out of Chaos Woods come curiosities, toys and other crafts. The intergalactic wooden creations are made by husband and wife team, 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 adults to our studio for fun activities and to learn about our process.

5335 Westminster Dr ▪ (512) 945-9925 chaoswoodsatx@gmail.com ▪ chaoswoods.com


April Sullivan Yarn April Sullivan makes bright creations with yarn in her Yarn Paintings inspired by the techniques of the Huichol Indians of Mexico. Laying down each thread is a meditative process. A closer look in person is the best way to enjoy these intricate fiber art pieces.

5407 B Westminster Dr ▪ (512) 632-0515 yarnpainting@gmail.com ▪ yarnpainting.etsy.com


David Leonard Oil on canvas and board I travel to different regions of the country to take photos from which to paint. I frequently paint San Francisco, Chicago, NYC, and Philadelphia city scenes. I create small, oil on board, paintings that I use as studies for the larger canvas paintings. I paint about a dozen of these more detailed large canvas paintings annually. This has been my habit for some time now.

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


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Jim Boyle Aluminum and LED lighting Combining aluminum and LED lighting, I strive to create small sculptures that reflect a calming and soothing feel in addition to an artistic rush of clean lines and modern simplicity. On occasion, I add some trickling water for an interesting change. The sculpture breathes a bit differently with the soothing sound of water.


4502 Elwood Dr ▪ (512) 589-5440 jabboy10@gmail.com ▪ simplelifepress.net/artwork/

Satch Grimley Paint, print, collage 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.


4600 Rimrock Tr ▪ (512) 745-1355 mail@satchgrimley.com ▪ satchgrimley.com

Elliot Morgan guest of Satch Grimley Print, laser-cut 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, his work includes black and white limited edition serigraph prints and threedimensional wood cutouts.

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4600 Rimrock Tr elliotmorgan@mac.com ▪ elliotspencermorgan.com


Claire Bresette ▪ Pink Box Studios Ceramic tiles Through traditional ceramic tile processes I explore the rhythms and transitions of repetition. The predictive nature of patterns is where I experiment with unusual and even discordant humor within a patter’s internal imagery.

1500-A Kirkwood Rd ▪ (512) 461-0085 clairebresette@gmail.com ▪ clairebresette.com


Meg McLaughlin ▪ Pink Box Studios Illustration Meg McLaughlin’s illustrations explore feminist themes with a heavy dose of femininity. Stark, delicate, and frozen in atrophy, the subjects of McLaughlin’s drawings live in a world of uneasy beauty. Lace is stronger than it appears.

1500-A Kirkwood Rd megmadethis@gmail.com ▪ megmadethis.com


Karen Maness ▪ RUST RED STUDIO Oil, acrylic My work is contemporarily representational, spanning from land, sea, and skyscapes, to intimate figurative pieces. My painting practice focuses on themes of relationships, time, and the interplay between character and environment. I produce art in both an intimate and monumental scale with paintings stretching over 75’wide.

3902 Cherrywood Rd, (backyard studio) karen@karenmaness.com ▪ karenmaness.com


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Charles Heppner Multi-disciplinary Charles Heppner is a multidisciplinary artist living in Austin and Chicago. He was born in Chicago into a large Catholic family where individualism was allowed unfettered. He has a degree in Mathematics from the University of WisconsinMadison. He had worked in finance and is a devoted parent of three children. His current body of work concerns spirituality and the human relationship to nature.


3903 Cherrrywood Rd ▪ (312) 282-0058 heppchas@mac.com ▪ charlesheppner.com

Katy David Aniline dyes, eggshells, beeswax The process of my artwork involves the application of color layers and the design connections between each layer. This results in works that carry multi-dimensional visual narratives. The iconic themes that I think about while doing this work: time, connection, and change, emerge organically from this process.


2204 Palo Pinto Dr ▪ (512) 965-7061 katydavidart@gmail.com ▪ katydavidart.com

Sara Thompson ▪ Hell on Wheels Hand Crafted Jewelry Jewelry All of my creations are handmade using brass, copper, silver, leather, and antique/ vintage reclaimed goods. I have always had a love for vintage choppers, hot rods, muscle cars, and metal music. I find a lot of inspiration from elements in all of these things.

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1716 Giles St hellonwheelsjewelry@outlook.com ▪ hellonwheelsjewelry.com


Kelsey Jenkinson Gouache I explore my views on life, death and rebirth using ancient archetypes. Using gouache, I paint beautiful realistically rendered bears with openings on their sides. Inside of the bears I paint honey bees and flowers, this represents the eternal forces that exists within the temporary body.

1701 E 38th St ▪ (816) 813-6383 kelseyjenkinsonart@gmail.com ▪ kelseyjenkinson.com

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T.R. Rodriquez Wood, glass, leather, antique buttons, matboard, photo materials As well as the one of a kind, collected object pieces I do, (furniture, mosaics, paintings, etc.), I have added manipulated photography. I like to play with an image until it’s completely transformed from it’s original state. this technique allows me to make several unique pictures from a single image.

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


Erik Tragus ▪ Tragus Clay Company Wood fired porcelain and 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


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Matthew Kressin ▪ Sawtooth Designs of Austin guest of Erik Tragus Wood, mixed media The mission of Sawtooth Designs of Austin is to create art and homegoods that are appreciative of the natural world using materials that are sustainable and domestically sourced. I create unique products that have quality construction and durable beauty.


3307 Lafayette Ave sawtoothdesignsofaustin@gmail.com ▪ sawtoothdesignsofaustin.com

Michael Merritt guest of Erik Tragus Clay Michael has been working in clay since moving to Austin in 1996.


3307 Lafayette Ave johnstonterrace@gmail.com ▪ michaelmerrittstudios.com

Jennifer Balkan ▪ Little Blue House Oil, charcoal, pencil I live and breathe to oil paint. I have somewhat recently embarked on a new journey: to find richness and intensity in color using only primary colors plus white. It’s been like crossing through the portal to another world – MAGIC!

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3109 Lafayette Ave, (the little blue house in the backyard) ▪ (512) 796-4842 jbalkan@grandecom.net ▪ jenniferbalkan.net


Susan Potter ▪ Susan Potter Photography Photography Susan Potter has traveled to countless countries capturing vibrant and intimate images of cultures around the world. Large gallery style prints on exhibit and for sale in new photography studio.

3303 Hemlock Ave ▪ (512) 944-8441 susanpotterphotography@gmail.com ▪ susanpotterphotography.com


Karen Alexander ▪ KJDA Works Studio Acrylic paint on stretched canvas Coming from a long tradition of women’s 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 translating some photos I had taken into a pixelated grid for a project, I started to develop the style of acrylic painting I currently practice. I am inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe, Chuck Close and Gustav Klimt.

2806 French Pl kjdaworks@gmail.com ▪ kjdaworks.com


Caitlin B. Alexander guest of Karen Alexander Gouache paint, screen-prints 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. As a guest artist, she will be showing her gouache techniques, a sampling of inspirations from her own studio, as well as various screen-printed items and art prints.

2806 French Pl ▪ (512) 633-5489 caitlin@cbaillustration.com ▪ cbaillustration.com


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refresh at our two eastside locations!

mlk & chicon east cesar chavez

photo by alison narro

ethan, fanboy shortcut, $24 shiner, complimentary

for locations and stylist schedules, visit www.birdsbarbershop.com

Evan Horn Ceramic sculpture, stone tilings, felted wool tapestry Evan’s work deals with the strength and fertility of complimentary opposite forces, forms and fibers. Water under pressure to cut stone. Water and precision to sculpt clay. Water and agitation to bind wool. Born in West Texas desert, Evan was influenced by the starkness and tensions that he found there. This is noticeable in his palette and in the way that he plays with notions of permanence.


1910 E 21 St ▪ (214) 414-5420 evanphorn@gmail.com ▪ evanhorn.com

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Bill Kolb Acrylic and oil on wood panel Great paintings, from 13 feet tall down to tiny. Great studio, fun attitude, free lemonade.


2107 E 21st St, Bldg B ▪ (512) 689-2096

Alec Hamilton Watercolor, acrylic, pen, graphite Alec Falle Hamilton is a new artist in Austin. He is currently working on his Spirit Animal Guides series. It is a similar format to a Tarot deck, featuring original paintings, and a guidebook explaining the symbolism and characteristics of the Spirit Animals. Come and visit his home studio to see the series taking shape, and to take in a collection of his earlier works. Consider the gnarwhal.

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2205 Walnut Ave, Unit B ▪ (970) 470-1113 gnarwhaldesigns@gmail.com ▪ alecfallehamilton.com


Slugfest Printmaking Workshop and Gallery Ink, paper, intaglio plates, relief blocks, letterpress plates Slugfest Printmaking Workshop is a collaborative printshop open to member artists who wish to create or edition prints independently or with the assistance of Slugfest’s professional printers. Introductory workshops are offered in lithography, relief printing, monotype, book arts and letterpress. The Gallery exhibits artists working in printmaking and related media.

1906 Miriam Ave ▪ (512) 477-7204 info@slugfestprints.com ▪ slugfestprints.com

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Flatbed Press Studio and Gallery Etching, lithography, relief, monotype printmaking Flatbed Press and Gallery creates and shows multiple original prints in four galleries. Currently showing is “Encrucijadas,” photogravures by Byron Brauchli, “Memento: Monotypes and Monoprints,” works by Linda Ridgway, Jules Buck Jones and others, “Flatbed Homecoming,” honoring past printers and assistants for our 25th anniversary. Flatbed’s studio will be presenting ongoing printmaking demos.

2830 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd ▪ (512) 477-9328 info@flatbedpress.com ▪ flatbedpress.com

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Sharyn Richey ▪ Flatbed Press Studio and Gallery Painting, collage My artwork is a study and practice of the human effort to find balance and make meaning in today’s complex world. I work in a variety of painting mediums and am presently fascinated with the process of collage. I am informed by the insights of depth psychology and by my experiences as a parish priest.

2830 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd sharyn.richey.artist@gmail.com ▪ sharynrichey.com


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Emily Eisenhart ▪ Flatbed Press Studio and Gallery Acrylic, sumi ink, watercolor, mixed media, works on paper Emily grew up with calligraphist and archaeologist parents. Having never formally studied art, she attributes her evolving style to her upbringing and creative curiosity. While painting and illustration are her forte, she is constantly experimenting with new styles and media. She has painted on all scales, from tiny portraits to 27-foot murals. Her work is never planned and is instinctive.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Studio 4 ▪ (206) 356-7342 hello@emilyeisenhart.com ▪ emilyeisenhart.com

Chelsea Brouillette ▪ Flatbed Press Studio and Gallery Watercolor and ink on paper Watercolors, inks and words. I guide the paints to create abstract manifestations of what the viewer may project. Some poetry alongside, I aspire to flow like the paints.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd ▪ (512) 373-6513 chelseabrouillette@gmail.com ▪ cbmiller91.wix.com/brouillettecolors

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Chelsea Jones ▪ Flatbed Press Studio and Gallery Gold, silver, natural stones I’m a metalsmith creating custom & limited edition jewelry. I begin with fine metal or a natural stone. These simple, beautiful materials direct the design of each collection or custom piece. After forging and finishing each piece by hand, what’s left is elegant and long-lasting.

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2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Studio 4 ▪ (512) 680-3015 chelsea@jacqjones.com ▪ jacqjones.com

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Melissa Knight ▪ Blue Cow Studio Batik fabric collage, design We are excited to celebrate the completion and opening of our new studio during EAST! Join us Saturday November 21st 2-6 pm for the opening reception and party. New artworks will be on display. Blue Cow Studio will be open 11am-6pm both weekends during EAST.

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


Ethan Azarian ▪ Blue Cow Studio Painter and muralist Come and join us Saturday November 21st 2-6pm for the opening reception and party to celebrate the completion of our new studio (Blue Cow Studio). Food and entertainment will be provided. New works on display. Blue Cow Studio will be open 11am-6pm both weekends during EAST.

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


Gigi Grinstad ▪ 12th Street Studios Oil and encaustic painting, installation, assemblage, jewelry My art is an exploration of the world. A naturalist-meets-mystic at heart, I take organic forms as inspiration. My work includes oil and encaustic painting, assemblage, installations and jewelry. Through my art I give a glimpse of a bug’seye, a bird’s eye, or a magical perspective.

2206 E 12th St gigignome@yahoo.com ▪ gigigrinstad.com


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Manny Carrasco ▪ Expedition Art Ink, charcoal, watercolor, digital painting Expedition Art features wildlife painter and illustrator Manny Carrasco. Expedition Art is a nonprofit organization that raises money for nature and wildlife conservation through art. In 2015, the organization focused on big cat and rhino anti-poaching initiatives. Manny’s recent work is comprised of sketches and digital paintings done while working in Zimbabwe.


2101 Sl Davis Ave info@expeditionart.org ▪ expeditionart.org

Ryah Christensen Paintings, mosaic, mixed media I am a painter, mosaic, and mixed media artist. In the pubIic realm I have recently completed a large mosaic at W. 2nd and Brazos Streets in downtown Austin. Currently I am collaborating with Sun McColgin to create a sculpture / mosaic at Eiler’s Park. Privately, I am making densely collaged mixed media sculptures and paintings, using pieces of journals and art that I have made with my children.


1180 Pandora St ▪ (512) 705-2797 ryahpapaya@yahoo.com ▪ 1180pandora.com

Austin Evers ▪ Woodwork at 17th Small batch furniture, woodwork Austin Evers founded “Woodwork at 17th” to make furniture, objects, and spaces to bring people together. A piece of furniture doesn’t have to be solely functional, it can be beautiful, it can create conversation, comfort, relationships.

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3005 E 17th St ▪ (512) 983-2283 woodworkat17th@gmail.com ▪ woodwork17.com


Philip Edgerton guest of Woodwork at 17th Steel, wood Edgeworks Design was started in 2013 by Philip Edgerton with a belief that successful designs embody three basic tenants: Utility, Longevity, and Beauty. Using salvaged wood and steel wherever possible, Philip believes in upscaling the old and abandoned, and breathing new life into the remnants of a throw away culture otherwise forgotten.

3005 E 17th St ▪ (215) 534-5536 edgeworksdesign@gmail.com ▪ edgeworksdesign.com


Joseph Magnano ▪ 13th St. Art Space Paint, canvas, wood, yoga, music Ongoing since the last two years Joseph has been radiating love and happiness through cow paintings. Joseph didn’t set out to paint cows, it sort of happened when moving to Texas from San Francisco. His cows continue to be valued and collected. While painting his cows Joseph is thinking of his next Artworld stunt, that hopefully doesn’t get him arrested again.

3119 E 13th St, #A info@josephmagnano.com ▪ josephmagnano.com

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Jeff Dahlgren ▪ Eggtooth’s Art Studio Oil, mixed media Colorful and thoughtful oil paintings that often include collage of multiple mediums, from digital media to CNC routed materials. Using chance and exposure to natural elements, the work cuts and pastes numerous influences with a raw process.

1184 Greenwood Ave ▪ (404) 277-6191 eggtoothjeff@gmail.com


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Natasha Cross Photography I studied photography hoping to shoot every day and make a living doing so. The reality is that I spend my days working with other photographers images. So in my personal time I travel, and while doing so I explore landscapes and people through the lens. This is my escape. This is how I remain curious.


1305 Cometa St ▪ (512) 775-1658 natashacross@yahoo.com ▪ natashacross.com

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John Lockhart ▪ Carbonista! Carbon transfer printing, film, digital photography I transform images into carbon transfer prints. Once an elite and highly prized process, carbon is now obscure, 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, handcrafted approach to each print as a unique fine art artifact.


1209 Eleanor St ▪ (512) 786-8076 john@johnlockhart.photography ▪ johnlockhart.photography

Jonathan Beall ▪ Sertodo Copper Copper Sertodo Copper is an international cooperative of copper artisans with workshops in Austin, Texas and Michoacan, Mexico. We create a wide range of high quality hammered copper articles made for both function and beauty and made to last.

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3615 Oak Springs Dr ▪ (512) 572-0167 sertodo@sertodo.com ▪ sertodo.com


Ken Arthur ▪ artxarthur guest of Sertodo Copper Oil, acrylic, mixed media I paint landscapes because I am excited by Nature’s beauty—and I paint portraits because I find the human face interesting in how it communicates feelings. Several portraits have been a collaboration with my wife—and that can produce a few new feelings. But to me, this is the purpose of art—feelings.

3615 Oak Springs Dr ken@kenarthur.net ▪ artxarthur.com

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Pam Arthur guest of Sertodo Copper Oil, acrylic, paper, glue, fabric, bead With my paintings, collages, and portraits, I hope to give my audience a moment of delight-and returning feelings of joy. Beauty has that ability—and I strive to create beauty.

3615 Oak Springs Dr pamarthur44@gmail.com

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Oil and acrylic on canvas, pen and ink on paper Paintings and drawings inspired by lust and frustration. Erotic art. Originals and prints. Subject matter may not be considered appropriate for children.

4807 Sara Dr alex.abel@att.net ▪ alexabelartist.tumblr.com


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Christine Giordano ▪ Gio Kelly Mein ▪ Camp Art Digital art, watercolor, illustration, photography Gio Kelly Mein is a collaboration of: Christine Giordano, a digital artist & painter whose art is inspired by nature, pop culture, and the offbeat. Todd Mein, a weird darkly humorous illustrator & painter that specializes in comics, portraits, & short film/animation. Christopher Kelly, a Filmmaker and Photographer whose work explores the perception of cultural norms and human relationships.


4810 Prock Ln ▪ (908) 812-0524 christinegio@gmail.com ▪ flickr.com/gp/christinegio/3jzz70

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MakeATX ▪ The Satellite Laser-cut 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 B Shady Ln, Studio 1 ▪ (512) 522-6253 workshop@makeatx.com ▪ makeatx.com

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Mark Puente ▪ Nailivic Studios guest of MakeATX Laser-cut wood, milk-paint, ink, glass, mixed media Inspired by Dia de los Muertos and folk art from around the world, my pen and ink illustrations are transformed into colorful engravings, which have been laser-cut and etched from milk-paint finished wood and other media. I work out of MakeATX in east Austin where I will be playing with lasers for my second round of EAST.

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1109 B Shady Ln, Studio 1 ▪ (978) 430-5515 nailivicstudios@gmail.com ▪ etsy.com/shop/nailivic

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Hallie Eubanks ▪ Studio #9 ▪ The Satellite Oil on canvas I’m an American Abstract Expressionist Painter currently focusing on abstract, oil on canvas works.

1109 B Shady Ln, Studio 9 ▪ (432) 413-9662 hallieeubanksart@gmail.com ▪ hallieeubanks.com

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Zoë Comings ▪ The Satellite Handmade porcelain jewelry Zoë blends her love of working with clay and metal with her experiences in the worlds of art, ceramics, fashion & fine jewelry to create high quality, handmade porcelain jewelry. She starts with combinations of raw materials that she then shapes into a polished collection-- inspired by dance, travel, nature and the passage of time.

1109 B Shady Ln ▪ (512) 364-8820 hello@zoecomings.com ▪ zoecomings.com

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Erica Wildman ▪ E. Wildman Gallery ▪ The Satellite Acrylic, plaster, glass, pigment, resin In my art, I like to capture the beauty of the fluid mind by using a variety of mediums. This allows me to express my feelings or “moods” through texture and depth.

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


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East Austin Studio Tour


Friday, Nov. 13, 8pm-12a

TOUR HOURS: Nov. 14-15, 11am-6pm Nov. 21-22, 11am-6pm

20 artists, various mediums

The North Door

502 Brushy St. Austin, TX 78702 austinartrefugees.com @austinartrefugees




Justin LeBlanc guest of The Satellite Photography Lens based artist who makes serial work on large format film. I explore various mediums with obscure materials, and photograph the outcome.


1109 B Shady Ln ▪ justinleblanc.com

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Chelsea Phillips guest of The Satellite Watercolor, ink, oil I am inspired by the people, animals and plants that surround me. In my images I combine people and nature to express our connection to the world around us. I paint or draw a person first, then use their expression or body language to determine their surroundings and story. Frequently, my own emotions and experiences are expressed in my art, which I use as a form of meditation.


1109 B Shady Ln chelsea.m.phillips@gmail.com ▪ chelseaphillipsart.com

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Joanna Kulesza guest of The Satellite Photography Joanna Kulesza is a portrait and documentary photographer working mainly with large-format camera systems. This slower picture-making process allows her to find careful moments and to interact more thoughtfully with her subjects. She approaches her work from an anthropological perspective, exploring concepts related to cultural identity, social circles, and the complexity of relationships.

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I. Freeland ▪ A Reflection of Light Photography Photography ~Seeing yourself through Freeland’s eyes is a phenomenal and delightful experience. He captures your face, body, expression, gesture and energy at moments when your guard is down. You’re not posing. You’re just you. You’re not trying. Freeland exposes those glimpses of beauty that will surprise you. “Whoa, is that me?!” That’s the hallmark of a gifted photographer.~

5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 (upstairs) info@arolphotography.com ▪ arolphotgraphy.com


Karina Figueroa ▪ Bolm Studios Oil, watercolor, charcoal, pencil My paintings are an exploration of my perceptions: those known and unknown. Through the process of painting, I learn more about the universe and my place within it.

5305 Bolm Rd lakarinainfo@gmail.com ▪ lakarina.com

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Jean-Pierre Verdijo ▪ Devoted Artistic Space Mixed media My artwork touches themes of cultural unity, unconditional love and the power of witness. Composed of 75% to 95% up-cycled material and in a posture of gratitude and amazement for this rare and precious opportunity. I am here to witness, serve and document the abundant grace that is life. I am inspired to share my creations with the world as an expression of presence and an offering of love.

5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 7 ▪ (512) 965-4635 jpverdijo@gmail.com ▪ artofjeanpierrre.com


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Rothko Hauschildt Encaustic I encourage each viewer to find his or her own interpretation of my work, whether or not it’s the same as my original intent. My work is meant to convey feelings first and foremost.


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

Susan Kemner Reed ▪ Bolm Studios Graphite on paper A Mother’s Anxiety is a series that I started 8 years ago. I hope to have 20 pieces in this series, although to date I have only completed 6. Each large graphite drawing takes between 3-6 years to complete. Obsessive mark-making is my goal, depicting my perspective as a mother in regards to my son going off to war in Iraq. Each mark becomes a moment of worry with lots of symbolic narrative.


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

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Selja Ojanne ▪ Bolm Studios Weaving, felting, soft sculpture, painting, woodwork, ceramics Working where art, craft, and design meet, Selja Ojanne creates textile wall hangings, rugs inviting tactile interaction, tropical pattern paintings, and various sculptural objects. All works strive to create a sense of place, and explore unconventional use of materials. Allowing retro influences, kitsch, and playfulness into her aesthetic, the work is always bold and eye-catching.

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5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 9.8 seljaojanne@gmail.com ▪ seljaojanne.com


Jana Swec ▪ Bolm Studios Painting I make art, music, soups and babies.

5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 10.2 ▪ (512) 468-2104 littleredswec@gmail.com ▪ littleswec.com

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Len Swec guest of Jana Swec Acrylic My first EAST, at the encouragement of my daughter and son-in-law, Jana Swec and Shea Little, co-founders of EAST. I hope for many more, and for their continuing support of Austin artists and the arts.

5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 10.2 ▪ (925) 708-2265 len.swec@sbcglobal.net ▪ lenswec.com

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Jon Windham guest of Jana Swec Scratchboard I think I figured out how to save the world while I was sleeping. My newest sgraffiti series, Scion, will examine bio-mechanical component-specimens excavated from the living remains of eighteen different posthuman links who just weren’t meeting each other fast enough. Thousands of years in the making...but will it be done in time?

5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 10.2 jon@jonwindham.com ▪ jonwindham.com


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Nathan Ratcliffe ▪ Bolm Studios Oil, gouache, watercolor, ink My current paintings are an exploration of material and form, inspired by water.


5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 10.4 ▪ (310) 913-7423 nathanratcliffe@gmail.com ▪ nathanratcliffe.com

Devon Stonebrook ▪ CALmax ▪ Bolm Studios Leather, acrylic, wood Trained in architecture, I create handbags + wallets that utilize thoughtfully calibrated designs to produce maximal effect. My accessory line, CALmax, is produced in Austin using a combination of laser cutting and hand assembly. The handbags that I design adapt digital fabrication with traditional leather techniques, resulting in meticulously crafted objects with modern allure.


5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 10.5 info@calmaxfashion.com ▪ calmaxfashion.com

Scott Bickerton ▪ Bolm Studios Polymer emulsions on canvas I’m progressing from my drip paintings to overlaying clear plastic over finished painting and deriving new works of art using silicone caulk and utilizing words as part of the composition.

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5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 10.6 ▪ (781) 608-5567 smbick@gmail.com ▪ scottmbickerton.com


Kevin McNamee-Tweed ▪ Bolm Studios Painting, drawing, books, other Artist and curator based in Austin, Texas. His work has been exhibited around the country, ranging from installations and painting to books and zines.

5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 11.4 ▪ (919) 357-1624 cottontweed@gmail.com ▪ kevinmcnameetweed.com

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Awst Press ▪ Bolm Studios Printed matter, handmade books Awst Press is a small press. With the help of our guest curators (writers of all genres) we strive to fill the gaps we see in the publishing world, featuring impressive work by diverse voices.

5305 Bolm Rd, Studio 11.5 awst@awst-press.org ▪ awst-press.com


ATM Studio & Gallery ▪ Bolm Studios Photography, mixed media ATM Gallery & Studio is an experimental space focused on emerging contemporary artists looking to explore the perimeters of their work in Austin, Texas at the moment. This tour ATM Gallery is hosting a group photography exhibition including Ben Aqua, Berkeley Beauchot, Brittany Laurent, Sarah Nation, Rolando Sepulveda and Clayton Smith Westmeier.

5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 12 ▪ (214) 986-6769 atmgallery@gmail.com ▪ atmgallery.info


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Craig Newswanger ▪ Resonance Studio Photography, holography, light, interactive constructions At Resonance Studio, Craig Newswanger and Sally Weber present works of photography, holography and other works of light. Craig builds interactive projects such as drawing machines and other engaging devices.


1406 Smith Rd, Ste D ▪ (512) 535-0179 craig@resonancestudio.com ▪ resonancestudio.com

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James Shetler ▪ Infrared Landscapes guest of Resonance Studio Photography with modified D800, printed on Epson printers Black and White Infrared landscape images of the Chinese Water Towns along with several locations across the Western United States. Images from Zion National Park, Canyon Lands, Big Bend and Colorado.


1406 Smith Rd, Ste D ▪ (512) 751-9894 james@jshetlerphotography.com ▪ jshetlerphotography.com

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Rebecca Cohen guest of Resonance Studio Collage with encaustic This particular exhibition was conceived as a “collage of collages”—small works presented in a grid. Each unique cut-and-paste picture combines diverse visual elements—most often newspaper photographs—into a new and unique whole.

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1406 Smith Rd, Ste D ▪ rebeccascohen.com

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Britta Ambauen ▪ Britta Ambauen Jewelry Smith Road Studios Jewelry, painting I believe our thoughts are extremely powerful. Ideas and beliefs that we revisit day after day, guide our choices and become reality. Wearing a piece of jewelry that represents something meaningful, can help remind us to choose thoughts that give us strength, hope, direction, connection, or whatever it is we need. I strive the create jewelry that is meaningful to the wearer.

1406 Smith Rd, Ste E ▪ (303) 579-5770 britta@brittaambauen.com ▪ brittaambauen.com

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Debbie Carroll ▪ Smith Road Studios Watercolor, acrylic, oils Like a road trip where you make new and unexpected discoveries, my images convey a dreamlike quality—familiar yet slightly foreign, recognizable but a little bit different. By creating a sense of movement through my use of line and color, I invite viewers to be active participants, to “wish they were there”.

1406 Smith Rd, Ste E ▪ (512) 656-2285 debbiec@austin.rr.com ▪ debbiecarrolldesigns.com

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Faith Schexnayder ▪ Flatfork Studio Smith Road Studios Foam, mixed media We specialize in creative environments and pieces that make your home or business unique. With us you will make a statement that people will remember.

1406 Smith Rd, Ste E & F ▪ (512) 293-4178 faith@flatforkstudio.com ▪ flatforkstudio.com


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Action Screen Graphics ▪ Smith Road Studios Screen printing, embroidery, graphic design Action Screen Graphics has served Austin with the highest quality custom screen printed t-shirts, embroidery, and promotional products, since 1987. Our in-house art department will help you create the perfect design to promote your business, school, band, cause, or organization. We offer literally thousands of promotional items, and our friendly staff will walk you through the entire process.


1406 Smith Rd, Ste F ▪ (512) 478-6248 info@asgpromo.com ▪ actionscreengraphics.com

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Dean Barrera ▪ Cobra Studios Acrylic, brass, paper, rubber, various other The American Beauty pieces use two base materials - acrylic and paint to create modern abstracted images of American symbols. The third material forces the work into the third dimension and acts as the image activator. The Snap paintings also use simple base materials - paper and rubber. The third material is the snap fastener. It becomes the glue that holds the incongruent materials together.


902 Gardner Rd, Unit 3 ▪ dean@metrohouseaustin.com

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Alyssa Taylor Wendt ▪ Studio 727 Film, sculpture, video, photography Alyssa Taylor Wendt is a multimedia artist and filmmaker in Austin. She constructs work that speaks about legacy, ritual, performance and animism using video, sculpture, soundscapes, installation, staged photography and interactive performances. She has just completed her first experimental feature film, HAINT, and has a solo exhibition of new work concurrently at Women and Their Work Gallery.

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727 Airport Blvd alyssataylorwendt@gmail.com ▪ alyssataylorwendt.com


Brad Walton guest of Alyssa Taylor Wendt Chalk The two biggest loves in Brad’s life have always been the inherent beauty of women and the ability to create. With his latest project, Brad has combined those two loves to make nude chalk body prints with beautiful women of all builds. The most rewarding part of his process in creating these pieces is how these women end up seeing themselves as the beautiful art they had been all along.

727 Airport Blvd ▪ (510) 213-0493 brad@bradwalton.com ▪ bradwalton.com


Soña Holman ▪ Studio 727 Pyrographic painting: wood burn, acrylic, plaster on wood panels The vigorous, expanding energy & dynamic calm found in nature is my ground zero. I like to tattoo the wood panels with fire drawing, etching an underworld for expressive form. Fusing pyrography, plaster, & acrylic paint, I evoke the natural realm, where biological, cellular & figurative elements move with quiet energy. The poetic abstracts are meant to cultivate contemplation, inquiry & the realm of the mysterious.

727 Airport Blvd ▪ (415) 246-3300 info@sonaholman.com ▪ sonaholman.com


Matt Musial ▪ APWX ▪ Austin Paintworks Studio 727 Steel, aluminum, urethane paints Austin Paintworks is a collaboration of painters that are best known for our custom motorcycle and bicycle paintwork, but owner Matt Musial (aka APWX) also produces “Hypnoptic” art pieces using stencil techniques. This series of 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


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Drew Riley Also displaying Leslie Kell Connie Miller Clara Newby Sharon Bibbee Logan Ganshirt Neena Buxani Kathi Herrin Jill Robinson

2235 East Sixth Street #102 Austin, TX 78702 www.linkpinart.com | 512.900.8952 An artist-led space featuring quality, local art

Alex Upham ▪ BooginaBootiga ▪ Studio 727 Painting, mixed media, wood, sculpture The show will represent work done throughout 2015: large 4’x4’ and 3’x4’ mixed media paintings with several smaller wooden sculptures.


727 Airport Blvd booginabootiga@gmail.com

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Melissa Stewart ▪ Studio 727 Mixed media Colorful and retro mixed media art.


727 Airport Blvd meowkapowart@gmail.com ▪ meowkapow.net

Bobby Hamric ▪ Studio 727 Sculpture, steel, aluminum, oil on canvas These works are steel and aluminum geometric sculptures mounted on stainless poles with steel bases. They are currently being shown at the French Legation. Other works at the studio include the cubes in unpainted metal and also some work using twisted aluminum. Hamric’s paintings are both geometric using metallic paints and expressionistic views of West Texas landscapes.

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

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Isabella Acosta ▪ Studio 727 Graphite, ink, markers My work is mostly fueled by observing people and the free process of imagining a bizarre and surreal world.

727 Airport Blvd ▪ (512) 565-6064 isabella.acosta88@gmail.com


Victoria Corbett ▪ Studio 727 Screen printing, illustration, painting, cut-out paper Hand screen printed home wares and accessories line known for its whimsical, detailed illustrations of flaura and fauna. Also creates one of kind intricate illustrated art works made out of cut - out - paper and other materials.

727 Airport Blvd ▪ (512) 217-6639 victroladesign@yahoo.com ▪ victrolastudio.com

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Pump Project Multiple media Pump Project is a non-profit art organization with a mission to enrich and reinforce Austin’s creative community through working artist’s studios and exhibition facilities. With over 30 different artists and craftspeople working in our space, there is almost always something for everyone!

702 Shady Ln ▪ pumpproject.org


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Michelle Rahbar ▪ Pump Project Painting, mixed media My work focuses on metaphorical transformations, the weight of words and the fears we play on that cause our lives to be stilled. Nothing is truly forgotten, memories double the space of our existence. My paintings are both figurative and abstract with a touch of magic realism. I paint the space where memory overlaps reality. The practice of painting for me, is really mining for significance.


702 Shady Ln, Studio 214 ▪ (512) 905-2789 artmuscle@gmail.com ▪ michellerahbar.com

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Linda Wandt ▪ Pump Project Oil, watercolor, pen Most of my paintings are of people, but lately I’ve been painting a lot of bee portraits. I give them human names, though.


702 Shady Ln, Studio Q linda@lindawandt.com ▪ lindawandt.com

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Betelhem Makonnen ▪ Pump Project Multi-media Betelhem Makonnen (b. 1972 Addis Abeba) is a conceptual artist whose research explores the perennial questions of existence. She investigates the relationship between elements usually perceived as contradictory. Her practice relies on observation, reading, dialogue and wandering.

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702 Shady Ln, Studio 248 contact.bmakonnen@gmail.com ▪ betelhemmakonnen.com


Rachel Wolfson Smith ▪ Pump Project Drawing, painting In my studio you’ll find a collection of giant drawings of crazed dirt bikes, paused between flying and falling. Inspired by my love of myths, epic Renaissance battle paintings, dirt bikes, and pencil drawings, my drawings mix together chaos and elegance. They look crisp from afar and energetically hacked-in close up, which in person is like experiencing two different drawings in one.

702 Shady Ln, Studio 254 wolfsonsmith@gmail.com ▪ rachelwolfson.com


Jan Middleton Roset ▪ Roset Studios ▪ Pump Project Oil on canvas The ebb and flow of thoughts and ideas come and go in my abstract oil paintings. I interweave distorted concepts of physics, life, death and what ever peaks my interest. Always striving to be an honest painter with no frills, I follow my instincts. In the end, it is this pursuit of freedom expressed on the canvas that makes these explorations exciting.

702 Shady Ln, Studio 133 ▪ (512) 258-6486 artistsaustin@yahoo.com ▪ janroset.com

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Cheryl Finfrock ▪ Pump Project Painting, monotype, encaustic I like the idea that stories told with images can communicate silently but not necessarily quietly. I regard the picture plane as a stage and those who occupy it as characters of place and person

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


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Caitlin McCollom ▪ Pump Project Acrylic, varnish, plastic, yupo, oil, paint, paper Caitlin G. McCollom is a painter and sculptor; her work is conceptual and focused on notions of existential absence expressed in abstractions on synthetic paper. McCollom is a nationally exhibiting artist and currently her work is held internationally in private collections in The USA, The United Kingdom and Australia. McCollom graduated in 2010 from Texas State University with a BFA in painting


702 Shady Ln, Studio 252 ▪ (512) 740-6133 caitlingmccollom@gmail.com ▪ cgmccollom.com

Jessica Mathews ▪ Pump Project Multi-media I make my work with an interest in contemporary culture’s relationship to digital representations of the outside world. My curiosity lies in the comparison of a natural landscape to its digital reproduction. In turn, my work weaves between both physical and digital worlds, reflecting a culture that simultaneously lives in both.


702 Shady Ln ▪ (512) 922-6337 jessica@jessicamathewsstudio.com ▪ jessicamathewsstudio.com

Catherine Small ▪ C.Small Studio ▪ Pump Project Painting, printmaking, drawing Catherine Small blends narrative and portraiture into her painting and printmaking. Thematically, the works invoke varying degrees of emotions. Visually, her style is influenced by the German Expressionists and the American Social Realists. Her work has been exhibited and collected nationally and internationally.

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702 Shady Ln, Studio 154 ▪ (510) 303-3306 art@catherinesmall.com ▪ catherinesmall.com

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Claire Sommers Buck ▪ Pump Project Handcrafted jewelry All of my jewelry is hand produced using traditional fabrication and casting techniques with carefully sourced, quality metals and gemstones. Inspired by my love of ethnic jewelry, textiles and adornment from around the world, I create pieces that evoke the essence of ancient relics but are clean and contemporary in their design. I hope you can stop by and say hello!

702 Shady Ln ▪ (830) 515-6008 clairesommersbuck@gmail.com ▪ clairesommersbuck.com

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Maggie Kleinpeter ▪ Pump Project Painting My recent paintings explore the relationship between the physicality of painting and the emotions evoked by drives through Louisiana.

702 Shady Ln, Studio 148 maggiekleinpeter@gmail.com ▪ maggiekleinpeter.com

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Elyssa Ketchersid ▪ Pump Project Metal, acrylic, ink Elyssa operates under the name of ‘5th House,’ which is a dreamscape inspired artistic outlet that aims to bring the ethereal into reality through jewelry and 2D art. All of 5th House’s wearable creations are handmade primarily out of sterling silver and semi-precious stones while the 2D art is created with a variety of mediums.

702 Shady Ln, Studio T eketchersid@gmail.com


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Lys Santamaria ▪ Pump Project Beads, thread, fabric, sterling silver Lys is a Colombian-born artist who grew up in Canada and the United States. Her work reflects her unique and colorful cultural background. Lys paints with beads and makes wearable art using traditional beading techniques. The repetitive motion of her work gives her time to meditate and heal. Each bead is woven with intention and a joy for this art of patience.


702 Shady Ln santamarialys@gmail.com ▪ etsy.com/shop/lysartshop

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Kafka Lenton ▪ Berlinetta ▪ Pump Project Painting, mixed media, collage I stick pieces of paper to a canvas. That’s it. Sometimes when I do it, I am watching Maribor play Apoel in the Champions League from three months ago. I don’t lose myself in my art to find myself again. My seven-year-old girl makes art. I am just saying.


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

Haley Lebeuf guest of Pump Project Sterling silver, gold-fill, semi-precious gemstones The latest collection from Haley Lebeuf was inspired by the Marfa Lights phenomenon. Voyager, looks to the heavens with a modern Texan point-of-view. Thoughtfully hand crafted in sterling silver and elements of gold. Designs feature moonstone and druzy. Offerings range from classic everyday items to one-of-a-kind pieces featuring unique gemstones.

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

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HEWN Wood, metal, glass, concrete, plastic Manipulating wood and metal is an age old struggle, pursued by those who dare to shape or hew it into something. Rushing or disrespect only pushes these mediums to deform however they seem fit. Hewn is a group of artisans, mediators in this bond between imperfect materials and artifacts.

730 Shady Ln ▪ (512) 386-6404 rich@hewnaustin.com ▪ hewnaustin.com

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Susannah Blanton ▪ Blanton Art & Design Oil painting I paint in a sequential series of stories, with each image illustrating an emotional snapshot of that story. After exploring “How to Disappear Completely” and “Seeking Happy”, my new series will be a reflection of memories, with a focus of a mixture of images that I find compelling and beautiful.

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


Stacy Kirk guest of Susannah Blanton Photography Astounding floral photography utilizing a high resolution scanner and custom made digital camera. A tenacious perfectionist, every photo that Stacy created was a true reflection of her spirit, her art and her soul. Some brilliant and in total perfection, some wilting and withering and some made glorious by intense light and scrutiny.

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


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Tom Suhler ▪ Exposure Fine Art Gallery & Studio Prints, still imagery, photography, video, apps Dancers, water & shadows are fused together creating imagery ranging from the unimaginable to the surreal in this year’s featured exhibit. Works from previous exhibits Smoke, Winding Creek & (e)Motion are also on display. Experience last year’s hugely popular interactive piece which has evolved into an App. Watch new videos. Check the website below for more information on new works & parties.


777 Shady Ln, #8 ▪ (512) 692-6166 tsuhler@tomsuhlerfineart.com ▪ tomsuhlerfineart.com

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Philippe Klinefelter Wood, metal, stone, sculpture In the studio are in progess large granite sculptures inspired by the rocks of east Austin’s creeks. My next project is the design, fabrication and implementation of my original idea for the park space surrounding the public art piece – Earth Fountain – commissioned by the city of Fort Worth, TX.


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

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Sunyong Chung ▪ Ginko Studios Colored porcelain I’ve been working mostly with colored porcelain for the past 3 decades to produce table wares, tiles and sculpture.

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800 Gullett St ▪ (512) 389-1920 sunyongchung@sbcglobal.net ▪ ginkopottery.com

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Melanie Schopper ▪ M. Schopper Ceramics guest of Ginko Studios Ceramics M. Schopper Ceramics celebrating 15 years of Production. New and improved Maintining Quality beyond Compare Employing the freshest wild-caught Texas rainwater in small, handcrafted batches of slip and glazes. From my hand to yours, Cheers! Looking forward to catching up with you again at Ginko Studios

800 Gullett St m.schopper@gmail.com ▪ cmpbs.org

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Saybra Giles ▪ Saybra Giles Fine Art guest of Ginko Studios Mixed media photo transfer collage I take photographs of small things: found objects, tiny creatures, minutiae we really don’t notice. I’m drawn to small creatures within their own ecosystems and to objects that become lost in the background. I create collages using image transfers from my photographs. My work explores relationships between human nature and the symbolism presented by small creatures or objects.

800 Gullett St ▪ (325) 518-5022 saybra@gmail.com ▪ saybragilesfineart.com


Elizabeth Decker ▪ Canopy Acrylic on canvas 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 thought, ideas and observations create the pictorial story of my journey.

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

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Chris White ▪ Canopy Oil, cold wax, encaustic on wood panels Intention and accident. Structure and disorder. Observation and action. The harmony of opposites. These explorations drive and guide my creative/human process. I am ever fascinated by the argument and agreement between an idea and the outcome. Mostly I paint with oils, cold wax and encaustic on wood panels that I make myself.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #103 ▪ (512) 962-6672 cwhite5200@gmail.com ▪ cwhiteart.com

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Andrew Saldana ▪ Canopy Acrylic, oil painting I work in a variety of series in which the focus is mainly the human figure, but I like to explore with other images, combining colors and shapes. My work is inspired by the strength and beauty of the human figure and I like to think that my imagery also represent my Hispanic heritage, Texas roots, and family traditions.


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

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Inés Batlló ▪ Canopy Encaustic, oil I have been working on a new series of oils and encaustics on panel and canvas. This series of paintings are related to the intelect and the forces of nature and life.

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

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Jamie Wade ▪ Exponential Art ▪ Canopy Ceramic sculpture, fiber I believe that we are all strange and interesting creatures, complete with unique strengths and challenges. Relationships between the Individual, their community, and their environments are prominent conversations in my work. While ceramic sculpture is my primary focus, I have also been enjoying experimenting with hyperbolic crochet.

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

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Jess Wade ▪ Exponential Art ▪ Canopy Acrylic, oil, clay, prints Life’s parade of folly and wonder endlessly feeds my creative flow. No matter the medium I’m fortunate enough to be playing in the work reflects a personal dialog about how we are collectively and individually participating in the world that we create.

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

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Eric Jackson guest of Jess and Jamie Wade Stoneware and porcelain ceramics Thirty-two years in clay, and in his prime, Eric Jackson creates functional pottery from stoneware and porcelain clays. His pots sometimes celebrate the historic burnt orange and white of Japanese Tea-ceremony fame: Shino glaze. Sometimes including color palettes not yet popularly associated with this glaze, all his wares showcase beautiful Shino surfaces as canvases, to be painted upon.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #106 ejpotter@austin.rr.com

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Kiah Denson ▪ Canopy Acrylic, ink, canvas, paper My art-making process is a transfer and release of invisible, internal energy onto a visible, tangible surface. As a result, painting and drawing become meditative and therapeutic. By creating movement in my art, I cultivate stillness within. I enjoy utilizing the fluidity of my materials – acrylic and ink on both paper and canvas – as I explore various processes, aesthetics and techniques.


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

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Karen Woodward ▪ Canopy Glass, ceramics, installation, collage My work is a colorful commentary on the human condition. States of mind, states of being, and the imperfections of daily life interest me the most.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #107 woodwardglass@hotmail.com ▪ karenwoodwardstudios.com

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Troy Allen ▪ Canopy Ink, watercolor, mixed media sculpture, installation Watercolor & Ink on stretched paper, mixed media sculpture/installation drawing contraptions.

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

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Brian Maclaskey ▪ Canopy Screen printing, painting, drawing Brian Maclaskey is an illustrator and screen printer creating unique works on wood and paper.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #108 brian.maclaskey@gmail.com

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Daniel Arredondo ▪ Daniel Arredondo Studio ▪ Canopy Acrylic on canvas and gesso board You may remember my paintings. My landscape paintings include colorful trees and sky. Some of my landscapes show the roots of trees below the surface, rocks, crevasses and deep dark areas, all with a meaning. My paintings are in a contemporary, impressionist style. I use acrylic on canvas and gesso board. Give me a call for a scheduled visit and visit my web site to learn more.

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

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Rebecca Bennett ▪ Canopy Oil painting, mixed media 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.

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

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Keva Richardson ▪ Canopy Painting, drawing, and mixed media I find inspiration for my work while pursuing my favorite pastime – taking long drives and getting lost in them. My art represents what I pick up, take in, and reinterpret from these wanderings.


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

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Chun Hui Pak ▪ Canopy Oil on canvas Inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s painting, Black Iris, this oil painting 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 its geometrical dynamics.


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

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Maria Montoya Hohenstein ▪ Arteology ▪ Canopy Found object, mixed media, assemblage Maria Montoya Hohenstein is an artist repurposing found objects in service of sustainable art and in stewardship of the earth.

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

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Janie Milstein ▪ Canopy Mixed media My work usually focuses on architectural lines, clean angles, abstracted city elements and how they are enmeshed with organic surroundings. I often use found materials and torn paper, substrates that come to me or take shape through some factor of chance or organic happening. Fabric, string, mesh, plastic, wire and wood frequently play key roles in my work

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

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Hector Carmona Miranda ▪ Canopy Sculptor, digital artist I am profoundly visually myopic. This abnormality or distortion corrected by glasses and surgery (for the time being) has become a working metaphor in my art work. Fear of losing my sight and dependence on external devices to see, has generated works that capture the different stages of my nearsightedness and the progression of the deterioration of my eyes.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #121 ▪ (915) 540-2328 me@hectorcm.com ▪ hectorcm.com

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Jaelah Kuehmichel ▪ JaelahFAD ▪ Canopy Interdisciplinary art and design Unbound by medium and genre, Jaelah Kuehmichel is interested in art as communication. Her process is motivated by personal exploration and experiences. Her product examines the fluidity of identity and perception. In this way, Kuehmichel at once exposes herself and directly implicates the viewer in her work through ambiguity, play, and visual impact.

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

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Diana Greenberg ▪ Canopy Oil, mixed media My process is that of covering and then discovering. Layers are quieted until later being pulled through or left to remain hidden. I start with a figurative painting and am interested in the process by which the figure or other composition disappears through layers and is then morphed into an abstract color study.


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

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Jenn Hassin ▪ Jenn Hassin Studios ▪ Canopy Rolled handmade paper and newspaper Jenn Hassin is a Texas born artist and graduated with a B.A. in Art in 2012 from St. Edward’s after serving 4 years in The U.S. Air Force. She creates conceptual art pieces with every intention of making a difference through her work. Process, time and labor are all essential to creating her detailed pieces. Hassin currently has work across the USA, to include a solo exhibition at The Pentagon.


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

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James Tisdale ▪ James Artist ▪ Canopy Ceramics My work is about the world around me seen through the eyes of growing up in the south.

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

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Cari Washburn ▪ Canopy Encaustic, mixed media, sculptural ceramics Drawn to the contrast between antiquity and modernism, I continue to combine my contemporary ceramic work with the ancient form of encaustic painting. By incorporating ceramic elements I create a visual vocabulary that connects the viewer to both the past and present. I hope my work, which is often whimsical in nature will serve as a playful reminder to nurture the inner child within each of us.

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

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Emily Galusha ▪ Canopy Mixed media, antiques, found objects I come from a place where the Ozarks meet the Delta. Currently a local freelance artist and graphic designer, I create one-of-a-kind mixed media works inspired by antique pistols and traveling through the West.

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

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Morgan Grasham guest of Emily Galusha Oil on canvas, taxidermy, digital art, ceramics, mixed media I combine classical painting with software that visualizes people as though they are inside black holes. I also play with taxidermy and Body Worlds style Plastination (come see my brains, no really). My work is about life’s conquering of death...and it’s about the physics of Stephen Hawking’s imaginary time. Also see my art at Sky Candy Aerial Arts, 507 Calles St #117, Austin, TX 78702

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #126 ▪ (972) 974-5864 info@morgangrasham.com ▪ morgangrasham.com

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Flip Solomon ▪ Canopy Pen and ink My current body of work starts to explore multidimensional worlds: from personal & ancestral symbols to DNA & genetic mutations to gestation & spirit animals.


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

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Elizabeth McDonald ▪ Canopy Very large scale paintings and other various media “The core of my work is ritual. From protocols to séances, pragmatic or symbolic, rituals sequence experience and construct power. They address anxiety directly or indirectly to protect from what is beyond one’s control.” Elizabeth McDonald exhibits widely with work in several recent museum shows abroad (Glasgow, London, Liverpool) alongside local solo shows this year at Pump Project and grayDUCK.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #206 ▪ (214) 763-0568 elizabeth0mcdonald@gmail.com ▪ elizabethmcdonald.com

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Mark Goodman ▪ Wildfire Studio ▪ Canopy Photography The work can be confrontational, political, religious and poignant.

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

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Trish Siegel ▪ Canopy Painting, photography, mixed media A recurring theme in my work is the association between person and place. I am interested in the metaphorical fork in the road and the crossing of boundaries. As our journeys in life are influenced by our past, my work is influenced by memory and self-reflection.

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

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B.B. Renee guest of Trish Siegel Archival pigment, signed and numbered limited edition prints The lens-based art of B.B. Renee reflects her interest in perception of reality and psychology. In her current series, Places of the One in Four, she makes formal portraits of places where sexual assault has been reported. Proceeds from this body of work benefit The Safe Alliance, providing services at SafePlace and Austin Children’s Shelter.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #208 hello@bbrenee.com ▪ bbrenee.com

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Peggy Weiss ▪ Peggy Weiss Studio ▪ Canopy Painting, mixed media After years of working in photography, I have turned my attention to abstract painting inspired by patterns in nature. Each series consists of six 24 x 24 inch canvases.

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

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Amanda Wood ▪ Canopy Ceramic sculpture, mixed media acrylic painting My sculptures and paintings examine less obvious characteristics of people in my life. Sculpting in a white, low fired clay gives me a lot of freedom to experiment with the forms and figures I work with. My clay figures are embellished with many layers of pigment and glaze. The paintings I create are sculptural and usually painted over high relief texture on canvas, wood or ceramic panels.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #213 ▪ (512) 657-0459 amanda.r.wood@gmail.com ▪ amandarobinwood.com

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Fallon Bartos guest of Amanda Wood Pastel, silver solder, glass and silver and gold leaf on cotton board Fallon was raised in cultural contrast; born in Okinawa, Japan, in 1964, to parents in the military. Her greatest artistic influences are being raised in Lawton, Oklahoma by creative parents who collected Asian art and antiquities. Her work is conceptual and abstract. Mixing pastel, glass, solder with gold and silver leafing, her work is sculptural and organic. Fallon now lives in Austin.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #213 ▪ (214) 773-2613 fallon@fallonstudio.com ▪ fallonstudio.com

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Carolyn McBurnett guest of Amanda Wood Glass, lead, zinc Having grown up in Spain I was inspired by the vibrant luminescence of stained glass works, always intrigued by the way the glass could split, bend and reflect natural light bringing to life it’s bold colors. I work in abstract three dimensional stained glass panels using textured and blown glass and some collected pieces striving towards a more contemporary composition.

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916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #213 glassart512@gmail.com ▪ glassyeyedstudios.com

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Rebecca Rothfus Harrell ▪ Canopy Mixed media, drawing, painting, paper Rebecca Rothfus Harrell is a 2D, mixed media artist. Her work is rooted in a longstanding interest in our rapidly evolving landscapes, from urban settings to vast, open spaces of west Texas. She culls imagery from a variety of sources to fabricate surreal, fantastic landscapes.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #215 ▪ (512) 809-0113 rebeccarharrell@gmail.com ▪ rebeccarothfus.com

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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.

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

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Marianne Levy ▪ Canopy Ceramics, painting, prints and collage 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.

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

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Alexandra Robinson ▪ Canopy Drawing, installation Inspired by images of discarded plastic, cellular degeneration, disease and couture fashion, my abstract drawings and installations are at once minimalistic and excessive. I am interested in ideas about perception and I have long drawn parallels between landscape and the self.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #217 alex@alexandrarobinsonart.com ▪ alexandrarobinsonart.com

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Hollis Hammonds ▪ Canopy Drawing, sculptural installation Ranging from detailed drawings to sculptural installations, my work floats back and forth between reality and fantasy, illustrating disaster-like images of piles of debris, altered landscapes, and broken homes. My recent and past works deal with memory, material consumption, waste, catastrophe and superficial loss.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #217 hollis.hammonds@mac.com ▪ hollishammonds.com

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Carolyn Kimball ▪ Canopy Screen printing Carolyn Kimball is a printmaker, painter and kitchen mess-maker. She creates both fine art prints and modern home decor. Her home decor line, Kimball Prints, draws inspiration from the beauty of the natural world. Each piece is handled by the artist through the design process: starting with an original painted design, then screenprinted by hand and individually packaged in her Austin studio.

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

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Cathy Savage ▪ Canopy Printmaking, mixed media I’m fascinated with the printmaking process but I work in other mediums on occasion, including collage and assemblage. Science and math are recent fascinations and I’m learning volumes about subjects that I once gave little notice.

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

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Susan Scafati ▪ Canopy Photo-based contemporary art SUSAN SCAFATI is a visual artist whose abstract, narrative style is informed by an interest in the ways that individual versus collective identities, and personal versus cultural mythologies, are constructed. Her photo-based artwork has won awards and been exhibited in museums and galleries nationally and internationally - both individually and with the art collective Lakes Were Rivers.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #219 info@susanscafati.net ▪ susanscafati.net

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Neeka Allsup ▪ Nudge Collective ▪ Canopy Mixed media, oil, drawing, print-making Nudge Collective has multiple artists with various styles including painting, printmaking and drawing. The Nudge space is a salon style setting with a lovely and approachable ambiance.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #220 ▪ (512) 785-8940 neekaallsup@gmail.com ▪ nudgecollective.com

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Stephen Paul Connor ▪ Canopy Oils, acrylics, mixed media Drawings, paintings and prints by Stephen Paul Connor.


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

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Natalie Davis ▪ Canoe ▪ Canopy Leather Canoe is a modern leather goods line hand crafted by Natalie Davis in Austin, TX. Founded in 2009, our work explores pattern through hand tooled, carved, and dyed leather goods, from accessories to home wares. Canoe products are crafted with a sartorial eye and workhorse materials to last a lifetime, made proudly in the USA.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #223 ▪ canoegoods.com

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Revi Meicler ▪ Revi Meicler Studio ▪ Canopy Mixed media In this series, I explore how our inner lives, full of real and imagined events, affect how we interpret our experience and project ourselves in the world. The views are disjointed as our thoughts are; not logical; not orderly but still related to our circumstances. They only become organized moment by moment in a back and forth process. That process is what I hope the viewer will experience.

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

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Keith Kreeger ▪ Keith Kreeger Studios ▪ Canopy Ceramics We design & make porcelain wares for your favorite restaurants, stores and homes. Our work bridges the gap between traditional ceramics and contemporary design. We firmly believe that Objects Matter and everything we make is designed to be used and enjoyed on a daily basis. We think that a meal with friends that you’ve spent hours preparing calls for dinnerware crafted with the same care.

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

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The Whitebox Studio ▪ Canopy Photography, video The Whitebox studio is a membership based photography/video studio located in Canopy. Whitebox is home to a variety of photographers with their own unique style.

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

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Women Printmakers of Austin Bone Black Studio & Gallery ▪ 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

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Judy Paul ▪ Pollen Floral Art ▪ Canopy Mixed media collage paintings Over the years I’ve tried to develop a process that helps me to stay engaged and energized from the start to the finish of a painting. The excitement, energy and happiness that I experience while working is something I hope is passed on to the viewer.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 3, #104 ▪ (512) 507-8199 judy@judypaul.com ▪ judypaul.com

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Jessica and William Knopp ▪ Son of a Sailor ▪ Canopy Brass, semi-precious stones, wood, leather, paint William and Jessica began Son of a Sailor at the onset of their own burgeoning relationship. Four years later, with the help of a small and amazing team, Son of a Sailor is a growing lifestyle brand with a focus on jewelry and home accessories that celebrate the marriage of functional design and bold geometric color.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 3, #105 ▪ (512) 524-0023 hi.there@sonofasailor.co ▪ sonofasailor.co

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Blue Genie Art Industries ▪ Canopy Mixed media Blue Genie is a maker-based commercial studio with extensive experience in fabricating the complex, unusual, or grand. In our 16 years of operation we have helped realize the creative concepts of architects, designers, museums, and other artists, all with a spirit of play and an interest in building community.

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

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Alejandra Almuelle ▪ Canopy Ceramic Almuelle’s artistic compositions are known for their combination of image with text as a grounding for human and animal forms distilled from line drawing, painting, and printed images. Her utilitarian pieces focus on subtlety of design and color. Techniques on clay include silk screen, painting, airbrush and sgraffito.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 5, #102 alejandra.almuelle@gmail.com

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Revelator ▪ Canopy Film, video, digital Revelator is a creative film and video production company that represents various directors in Austin, Texas. They write, produce and edit film and video work for television and digital platforms.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 5, #103 ▪ (512) 478-0004 info@revelator.tv ▪ revelator.tv

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Joshua Chakra, Rosemary Allen, and Samantha Heligman The Moon Collective Paint, mixed media, ceramics We are a artistic collective of 3 artists: Joshua Lewis, Rosemary Allen, and Samantha Heligman. We each have our own medium and style. Joshua works in Mixed media, Rosemary works with Paints of all sorts, and Samantha is a Ceramic artist .We consider our space a safe place for us to come and experiment, play and learn. We are new collective and are still planting our roots in the community.

705 Gunter St themooncollectiveatx@gmail.com ▪ themooncollective.com


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Nick Schnitzer & Sarah Presson ▪ Eye Like Design Studios Mixed media collage We’re just back from England, Portugal, and Spain, and although the European winter was cold and wet, we pushed through and made it to spring, just in time for Holy Week in Madrid! Join us as we explore the intersections of Abrahamic cultures, consumerism, and the triumph of love!


736 E Cherico St ▪ (512) 779-5557 nick@nickschnitzer.com ▪ ns-sp.com

Jack Murphy guest of Eye Like Design Studios Text art I create text art 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.


736 E Cherico St ▪ (940) 783-5422 jackmurphy.design@gmail.com ▪ bit.ly/textual-healing

Spencer Cook guest of Eye Like Design Studios Oil painting These images are faked. They aren’t what I’ll show. These are only references for paintings, smooth images I’m only trying to mimic in oil. They’re all stock 3D models taken from programs intended for either architects or perverts. They’re kitsch allegory, composed as quickly as possible. The paintings are meticulous, labored renderings of these cheap scenes.

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736 E Cherico St ▪ (361) 537-7051 scook@scook.info ▪ scook.info


Brian Walker guest of Eye Like Design Studios Jewelry Organic, unique, ancient, modern, simple, intricate. My designs are heavily influenced by nature and classic design. Using only diamonds and precious metals, I prefer to feature a stone’s unique characteristics. Asymmetry is often a component of my design and I like to play with classic, simple forms.

736 E Cherico St ▪ (210) 378-6306 walkerbrian@mac.com


Greg Davis guest of Eye Like Design Studios Photography The purpose of Greg’s work is to serve as a reminder to us that we are all part of something greater than ourselves. It is imperative that we be aware of and respect the diversity of our planet as well as our unprecedented need to preserve it. Prints and Limited Editions Available. Greg and his work are represented by National Geographic Creative Muah.

736 E Cherico St ▪ (512) 228-0995 greg@gregdavisphotography.com ▪ gregdavisphotography.com


Rita Marie Ross guest of Eye Like Design Studios Argentium silver, gold, copper, aluminum Creating jewelry and sculptures for the past 50 years and I am still not done! I combine metal fabrication and weaving techniques to make sculpture and jewelry. I like to tell stories with my sculptures and explore lines and designs with the jewelry. The best place for me is the zone where all time is lost while working.

736 E Cherico St ▪ (512) 577-3479 ritamarieross@gmail.com ▪ ritamarieross.com


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John Swanger ▪ 701 Tillery Painting Paintings based on specific actions and processes. Air movement, crumpling, scattering and walking are examples of starting points and themes. I continue exploring energies of color, light, process and perception.


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

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Rebecca Klier ▪ The Studio @ Picturebox Painting, drawing, mixed media For me, art is a way of documenting fleeting moments in time such as a shy smile or the 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 texture of the paint.


701 Tillery St, A-7 rebecca@deutschemexicana.com ▪ deutschemexicana.weebly.com

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Tracy Mullen ▪ The Studio @ Picturebox Silk, ceramics, painting I’m a third generation artist, born and raised in Austin. I have a BA in Studio Art and a lifelong obsession with watercolors. Lately I’ve been getting deeply into silk painting. I love it, because you can get watercolor effects, but on something more practical than more pages in sketch books.

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701 Tillery St, A-7 tracykmullen@gmail.comtracymullen.com

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Eliana Bernard Porcelain My love of the material and process of manipulating clay to create delicate lacelike patterns, are what makes the Lace Collection unique. Each piece is handcrafted with care and detail, from layering lines of slip to brushing gold within each piece. This fall I am introducing a new collection of dinnerware to complement the lace collection, creating a truly unique dining experience in your home.

701 Tillery St, A-11 eliana.bernard@gmail.com ▪ elianabernard.com

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Lisa Crowder ▪ Lisa Crowder Jewelry ▪ 701 Tillery Jewelry My work is a combination of forms, movement, depth and contrast. Pieces are fabricated, formed and oxidized to create new shapes and dimension.

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

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Iona Handcrafted Books ▪ The Bread Factory Leather, archival papers, vintage hardware Hello again everyone...we’re over here cranking out more gorgeous leather books this year for your writing, painting, scribbling, and sketching pleasure. Please come visit us for a bit ...we’ll have your favorite cookies, and our favorite beverages, good tunes, and a crazy delicious leather smell to fill your nostrils. Guaranteed fabulousness!

701 Tillery St, B-3 ▪ (512) 247-4700 mychal@ionahandcraftedbooks.com ▪ ionahandcraftedbooks.com


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Traci Hutson Ceramics functional and eclectic ceramic sculpture


801 Tillery St tracihutsonart@gmail.com

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John Mulvany Painting, drawing and mixed-media There are several strands in my work originating from various points in history, art and ancient and contemporary cultures. In my paintings I try to draw parallels between ancient superstitious ideas on how the world, nature and the universe work and our own time.


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

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The Tillery Street Darkroom Silver gelatin prints Founded in 2015 as a non-profit, cooperatively owned space dedicated to the preservation of traditional photographic processes, The Tillery Street Darkroom is east Austin’s answer to the need for a DIY film printing and processing lab. The current exhibition on display is entitled ‘The Human Element,’ and was curated by Magnum photographer Eli Reed and Tillery Street Darkroom founder Scott Squires.

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1103 1/2 Tillery St ▪ (512) 731-6617 scottsquires1@gmail.com ▪ tillerystreetdarkroom.tumblr.com

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Brian Egan & Jessica Erickson Mixed media Collaborative & Mixed Media Art Pastel. Acrylic. Oil. Stencil. Letraset. Watercolor. India Ink. Found Objects.

3105 Stokes Rd ▪ (248) 703-3205 jgwyn22@aol.com ▪ jessicaerickson.com

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Brent Clifton ▪ Clifton Craftwork and Design Metal, wood I design and build fine furniture. I see it as a privilege and a responsibility. I use metal and wood (and a few other things) to make pieces that channel the beauty and fullness found in the world around us. You can often sit on or eat off of them.

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


Sara Lathan guest of Clifton Craftwork and Design Oil paint, gouache, pen I’ve been drawing and painting since shortly after I entered the world. Recently, I’ve been experimenting with various surfaces and limited color palettes to recreate small scenes from some of my favorite places in west Texas. My current work depicts a series of moments I’ve captured; moments I still dream about today.

3004 Glen Rae St ▪ (512) 470-8414 sara@saralathan.com ▪ saralathan.com


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Scout McComb Mixed media, wood, copper, steel, rope, glass, leather, stone I make mixed-media sculptures utilizing techniques drawn from an array of disciplines such as blacksmithing, woodworking, leathercrafting, stonecarving, writing, math, glass and ceramics. Each sculpture features a life-sized copper figure engaged in some type of activity, often accompanied by a poem elucidating the theme. This year I’ll have 4 completed works on display, as well as a work in progress.


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

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Rosewood Cooperative Painting, photography, mixed media, installation, textile Rosewood Housing Cooperative will be featuring works by Ryan Adams, Julian Bos, Nils Hoover, Reed Jones, Amanda Raby, and more. Among the works presented will be paintings, photographic prints, multimedia visual artworks, adventurewear crafted from leather and repurposed fabrics, and interactive sound sculpture.


1165 San Bernard St ▪ (512) 710-9205 rosewood.coop@gmail.com ▪ info@rosewoodcoop.org

Julian Bos ▪ Rosewood Cooperative Acrylic polymer, gouache, ink on paper Working primarily in mixed media with an emphasis on the elements of repetition and form through experimentation and refinement. Current works explore the emotional engagement inherent in pattern and composition.

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1165 San Bernard St julianb1212@gmail.com ▪ julianbos.com


Janis Fowler Charcoal, colored pencil, acrylics, oil, graphite, resin My name is Janis, and I am a mixed media portrait artist. I love creating art with anything I can get my hands on, using everything from traditional oils, acrylics, and pencils to unconventional materials like rolling papers, coffee grounds, and found objects. My pieces are often colorful and celebrate beauty and pop culture. I would love to show you my studio.

1206 Hackberry St ▪ (512) 552-6217 janisfowler@gmail.com ▪ janis-fowler-art.squarespace.com


Deann Acton ▪ Art Therapy Austin Acrylic, canvas, photography, digitial Dark backgrounds and pretty children exploring nighttime worlds full of animals and mystery. With these newest paintings, I am allowing my daydreams to fuel my creativity, hoping to elicit wonder and playfulness. Large and small paintings from my current challenge to finish the year with 365 new paintings Also showing pieces related to her previous cancer treatment.

1200 E 11th St, #109 ▪ (512) 221-3685 deann.acton@gmail.com ▪ 365paintings.weebly.com

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Bret Adams Acrylic on canvas Inspired by pointillism and fauvism, the work describes a connection between color, energy, and movement. Stepping back from a century of modernism, the work is a study of post impressionist style. Neither completely realistic nor abstract, it embodies a balance of impulsive, emotive color application along side recognizable form.

1216 Inks Ave ▪ (281) 235-0469 bretladams@gmail.com ▪ bretlouisadams.com


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Andrew Bellatti Green Wood, metal My work explores the relationship between form, physics, and beauty. I am interested in the static display of dynamic forces. As we experience the world, we develop an implicit understanding of the physical laws by which we are bound. To be in the presence of harmony/symmetry/balance is ineffably moving; perhaps due to the exhibition of an ideal, perhaps due to the vulnerability of that ideal.


1301 E 7th St andrew@andrewbgreen.com ▪ andrewbgreen.com

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Kristen Fox Mixed media on canvas or found substrate My work is a literal and figurative exploration of layers, using disparate media to create texture and depth. Mostly figural, common themes include the individual versus the collective and the role of women in contemporary society, inspecting the roles that are created for us and those we create for ourselves. My current focus explores patterns of swarms as determined by spatial relationships.


1301 E 7th St kristenafox@gmail.com ▪ kristenafox.com

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Aaron Taylor Drawing Blind contour series of investigations of well known architectural prints. These drawings were done in an effort to explore the tectonic tactically by short circuiting the exactitude of vision with the inexactness (a.k.a. “blindness”) of the hand via blind contour technique.

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1301 E 7th St aaronpaynetaylor@gmail.com


Rob Rough Bleach on black denim, oil, red-iron oxide, mixed media “How’d he do that?” is one of my favorite responses to my work. I choose materials based on what’s at hand and coming up with something unexpected. Extracting the fabric’s pigment with bleach is still my foundation. But if the piece merits it, now we’re starting to see applied rust and oil paint added after stretching, along with occasional sewing-in additional pieces of fabric.

1105 E 6th St, Unit B (entrance behind Practice Yoga) ▪ (512) 560-4041 robroughstudio@gmail.com ▪ robroughstudio.com

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Matt Fajkus Architecture Reclaimed corrugated tin, fabric, welded steel rebar, wood As a young and energetic collaborative, our passion and beliefs are rooted in expanding the conventional reach and impact of architecture. Our creative process, jointly driven by the client and design team, results in a unique final product expressed through its function, form, and clever material choices. Featured: Tesse[Lighted] Installation, Fashion[ing] Objects, Tree House

900 E 6th St, Ste 100 ▪ (512) 432-5137 info@mfarchitecture.com ▪ mfarchitecture.com

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Knoxy Knox ▪ Studio 106 ▪ Knox Photographics 501 Studios Photography A co-working studio that hosts a wide spectrum of creative folks including: industrial design, graphic design, fashion photography, food photography, and videography. The studio is also used for rentals, event parties, meeting space, and in the future, a non-profit art gallery. This year’s featured artists are Tania Quintanilla, Rudy Arocha, and Knoxy Knox.

906 E 5th St, Ste 106 ▪ (832) 265-8832 knoxy@knoxphotographics.com ▪ knoxphotographics.com


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Anna Gieselman ▪ Bee Amour Headquarters 501 Studios Jewelry, metal work I am a native Austin artist as well as a beekeeper and my line of jewelry, Bee Amour, is the embodiment of those two passions. Many of my pieces are cast from actual honeycomb while other designs are based around the shapes, colors and textures found within my hives. My intention is to create beautiful jewelry that invites a conversation about bees and their importance.


906 E 5th St, Ste 207 ▪ (512) 203-7646 anna@beeamour.com ▪ beeamour.com

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


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

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Andrea Nelson Pencil, marker, acrylic, oil, gouache Landscapes of infrastructure, the Texas sky, highway overpasses, transmission and cell phone towers. Paintings of words, symbols, numbers and maps. Drawings of babies, children, toys, sea creatures, pets and other precious things. Peep boards and murals.

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


Barry George Forged and welded sculpture in steel with found objects The found object is the starting point for my sculpture. I incorporate them in my forged and welded creations. Much of my work is created for the yard or garden. I do figurative works and animals and lot of birds. Also many of my works are kinetic and meant to be manipulated by the viewer. Jean Tinguely has been a huge influence on my work. All sales will go entirety to Save Our Springs Alliance.

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


Patricia Greene guest of Barry George Wire sculptures, mixed media, recycling, found objects I had come through an array of textural investigations experimenting with different materials from natural fibers to metal and plastic, shattering misconceptions of the use of Textile in Art. I’m intrigue on the transformation of every day objects into metaphors where dreams and reality live side by side.

204 Attayac St patriciagreene_mx@yahoo.com


Jennifer Chenoweth ▪ Fisterra Studio Drawing, sculpture, painting Artist Jennifer Chenoweth of Fisterra Studio makes contemporary art in any material that fits the idea, from drawings to large sculpture to interactive collaborative projects. “XYZ Atlas: The Hedonic Map of Austin” uses community input to map emotional experiences of residents of Austin. She works actively in her studio and in her community to create change through inspiration and connection.

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


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Jennifer Hill guest of Jennifer Chenoweth Ceramics Many of my ceramic artworks are designed with an unusual and sometimes perplexing structure for use. There is space within and the outside serves as a story of how that space was created. Structures are created like the rhythmic combs of a hive or the twigs of a nest; exterior forms interior, protrusions contrast with smooth surfaces. As vessels they are by turns challenging and inviting.


1200 E 2nd St ▪ (214) 399-6684 jenniferamhill@yahoo.com ▪ jenniferhillceramics.com

Elise Sibley Chandler guest of Jennifer Chenoweth Site-specific installation, performance, video “GROUNDBREAKING DISCOVERY OF MUNDANE SUBTERRANEAN WATER SYSTEM While repairing the main water line in front of Fisterra Studio, Sibley Chandler uncovered a complex network of pipes penetrating the building. “The underground apparatus is believed to formerly have been used to import a lifesustaining substance” she says. Today, “we waste water down the drain in pursuit of sanitation.””


1200 E 2nd St candelara@elisesibleychandler.com ▪ elisesibleychandler.com

Glen Vigus guest of Jennifer Chenoweth Photography For years, my medium of choice has been photography. I’ve always thought of cameras as little time machines that help us hold onto the past. My first “quality” camera was a Pentax K1000. From the 80s through the 90’s I shot on film. In the early 2000s, I began transitioning to digital photography. I jokingly refer to my camera as my “Linus blanket” because I never go anywhere without it.

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1200 E 2nd St ▪ (979) 575-5665 glenvigus@gmail.com ▪ glenvigus.com/photos


Christina Coleman guest of Jennifer Chenoweth Hair gel on paper, canvas, wood panel In 2011 I began making works on paper using hair gel as a medium. I have returned to this material, with an interest in surfaces and textures representative of animal hide, skins, and land. In addition, I am incorporating sculptures with some of these works, complementing their cultural value.

1200 E 2nd St colemanandcar@gmail.com ▪ christinacoleman.net


Brian Mckinney guest of Jennifer Chenoweth Wearable fashion I design wearable art that captures a unique sense of beauty, utility and inspires creative Interpretation that result in original looks for each individual. I love the creative process of blending unique materials, organic colors into functional wearable fashion and teaching artists digital fashion design, product development and creative selling.

1200 E 2nd St mckinney@dmprofits.combrianmckinney.com

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Beth Consetta Rubel guest of Jennifer Chenoweth Mixed media The intersection of race and pop culture are fundamental components that invigorate my paintings. Recently, I’ve exhibited at Texas State University, Chicago Museum of Science + Industry, and R Space, San Antonio. Published in Complex Magazine and will be a featured artist in an upcoming documentary “Doing Innovation” funded by the MacArthur Foundation.

1200 E 2nd St consetta.rubel@gmail.com ▪ bethconsettarubel.com


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Gabel Karsten guest of Jennifer Chenoweth Oil painting To paint, I must slow down and look carefully. It is exciting to witness the nuances in shapes and colors—how a scratch can be elegant or a shadow so complex. I want to show how everyday common objects are truly items of beauty.


1200 E 2nd St gabelkarsten@yahoo.com ▪ gabelkarsten.com

Javier López Cantú ▪ Artworkstudio Gouache, acrylic, oil, digital photography It is my mission to make thought-provoking art accessible to all while doing good in the world. My artwork allows me to explore the visual and emotional realms of my life with a focus on social commentary, urban “cityscrapes” and rural landscapes. I work in gouache, acrylic and oil as well as digital photography.


81 San Marcos St, Ste B ▪ (617) 209-9896 contact@jlcart.com ▪ jlcart.com

Cecelia Russell ▪ Waller at Holly Studio Acrylic I enjoy the pairing of whimsical and reality. I am inspired by vintage, newspaper, magazine and family photos.

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


Atourina Charles Watercolor, ink For Atourina this astrology series came together quite naturally as it’s been an interest of hers since childhood. She allowed the interpretations to come without too much thought involved and she hopes they are received in a more than face value way.

1309 Garden St ▪ (626) 644-1209 omtree11@gmail.com ▪ wildfigleaf.com


SmasHouse Design Wood metal concrete, furniture, lighting fixtures Designs brought to life by craftsmen who work in the field every day. Carpenters and electricians bring their design ideas to life through reclaimed materials and vintage pieces, all to be made anew and one of a kind, From accent pieces to functional furniture, let us design your dreams and create all of your lighting needs.

1401 Canterbury St ▪ (512) 656-0653 mapleleafconstruction@gmail.com


Liliana Wilson Painting, drawing My images come from the subconscious. 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 our human experience.

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


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John Cruz guest of Liliana Wilson Mixed media, wood, acrylic Artist John Cruz holds a B.F.A. 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 ▪ flickr.com/photos/cruzart

Cecilia Colome ▪ LOS CUATRO guest of Liliana Wilson Painting, drawing, etching, mixed media ...And suddenly a hare ran across the road. One of us pointed to it with his hand. That was long ago. Today neither of them is alive. Not the hare, nor the man who made the gesture. O my love, where are they, where are they going. The flash of a hand, streak of movement, rustle of pebbles. I ask not out of sorrow, but in wonder. —”Encounter,” Czeslaw Milosz


1404 Canterbury St ▪ (512) 467-6016 cecilia.colome@sbcglobal.net ▪ ceciliacolome.com

Carlos Lowry guest of Liliana Wilson 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.

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1404 Canterbury St ▪ (512) 797-5405 carlos@nuevoanden.com


Jodi Rae Brownstein ▪ Jodi Rae Designs 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 collectible jewelry that expresses the personality of the women and men who wear it.

1407 E Cesar Chavez St, A ▪ (773) 330-5222 jodi@jodiraedesigns.com ▪ jodiraedesigns.com


Tom Beach and Amanda Walker ▪ Beachwalker Boxes Glass, wood We are sculptural boxmakers in Austin, Texas. We combine unique woods with etched and cast glass, woodburning, and any other media that catches our fancy, making boxes that range from whimsical art to reliquaries. Everything we make is one of a kind.We love to play on the dual nature of the box- boxes both conceal and reveal,and we make boxes that both challenge and make the most of this duality.

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


Robert Page Oil Trying to depict the soul of a creature is challenging work and I strive to create paintings that are thought provoking...by painting animals with balloons, and a person or two here and there.

1611 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (843) 337-5392 robert@rampageart.com ▪ rampageart.com

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Ben Godkin ▪ Godkin Photo Photography The great American roadtrip. Come rediscover the American landscape through the fine art photography prints portraying the vast open vistas and natural beauty of the world. This artist home has vaulted ceilings and towering walls where the art comes alive and will transport you through time as you reconnect to nature. Hand made jewelry will also be on display crafted by local artist Megan Kirtley.


2001 Holly St ▪ (512) 921-9922 godkinphoto@gmail.com ▪ godkinphoto.com

Jennifer Forman ▪ Polychrome Art Studio Metal chandeliers I am a multi-disciplinary artist currently specializing in welding and metal sculpture. This medium inspires me because of it’s concreteness and dimension. Both a builder and a dreamer, I spend my artistic time with steel, aluminum, copper and glass. This current project focuses on chandeliers, which were inspired by nature and design.


2010 Riverview St jen@jenforman.com ▪ polychromeart.com

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Nate Forman ▪ Polychrome Art Studio Photography Nate is a photographer who sees the world with a child’s amazement. He hangs out of cars, stares at bugs, plasters his face against airplane windows, and other such silliness. Everywhere he brings his camera is an opportunity to share that. His background in technology also allows him breadth in post-processing opportunities.

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Sara Wood guest of Polychrome Art Studio Photography Proof. That was my initial attraction to photography. It documented an event or situation that I might otherwise forget, or others wouldn’t believe or couldn’t experience. A photograph took something witnessed and transformed it into a tangible, irrefutable reality. I realized later how perception can be manipulated by the photographer. This convergence of logic and creativity inspires me.

2010 Riverview St sara@sararwood.com ▪ sararwood.com

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229 John Corry

Watercolor, acrylic Art is dreaming awake in a medium. It’s the calisthenic for the imagination, and the imagination solves problems in whatever medium. My house will showcase my original watercolors: a collection depicting 30 years of the political and musical history of Austin Texas; including portraits of Bonnie Rait, Jesse Jackson and Timbuckthree, “The Black Cat”, and Austin landmarks like the Blanco Gap.

2110 Riverview St ▪ (512) 476-8909 jcorry@prodigy.net


Lindsay Nakashima ▪ Nakashima Books Bookbinding Hand crafted books and enclosures. Graduate of the North Bennet Street School in Boston, MA and coursework at the University of Iowa, Center for the Book, Iowa City, Iowa. Lindsay Nakashima takes in private commissions, repair work and instructs bookbinding.

42 Robert T Martinez Jr St ▪ (512) 815-9229 lnaka@mac.com


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Michael Brady Laser cut acrylic, cord and bulb asembly Continuing with my interest in functional and sculptural lighting solutions, I am showing luminaires designed and created by myself, which are precision cut out of different types and colors of acrylic, forming unique motifs and bright eye-catching designs.


94 Anthony St ▪ (214) 931-2802 likes2tinker@gmail.com ▪ michaelbradydesigns.com

Andrew Long Painting Long has exhibited widely; commissioned projects at Institute of Contemporary Art (London), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston); multiple solo exhibitions, McMurtrey Gallery (Houston), Conduit Gallery (Dallas), Plus Gallery (Denver); AMOA’s 20 To Watch, Texas Paint: Out of Abstraction (Arlington Museum), Kim Foster Gallery (New York). Locally, W Hotel, Austonian, 2124 Condos have acquired his work.


2110 Willow St ▪ (512) 450-1045 art@andrewlong.net ▪ andrewlong.net

Pehr Smith Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, collage, works on paper The Horse is a most amazing creature; it is mythic, majestic and mysterious. I relate to this animal in my art as a sourcebook for inspiration, and to find new compositions. They relate to landscapes within my self, awaiting discovery through the ritual of drawing, painting, and time spent quietly reflecting.

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2110 Willow St ▪ (512) 623-9059 pehrsmithart@gmail.com ▪ pehrsmithart.com


Stephen Pruitt ▪ Fluxion Photography ▪ Prizer Gallery Archival papers, giclée printing, carbon black and white inks Stephen Pruitt has been a photographer for over thirty years, working with film, digital media and whatever leftovers happen to be sitting in the fridge. Specializing in landscape and portraiture with digressions into garden tools, he utilizes a background in engineering and theatrical lighting design to create remarkably detailed images printed and finished in house.

2023 E Cesar Chavez St stephen@fluxiondesigns.com ▪ fluxionphotography.com

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Jose Lopez Oil My art is representational. I am making an effort to represent some of the main themes of the human condition such as love, fear, loneliness,death,etc. I am just an amateur painter, in fact I am a teacher in a public school. I continue to teach myself new painting methods and techniques in an attempt to create better work.

2303 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 796-9276 joselogabo@gmail.com ▪ joseloart.blogspot.com


Tommy Wilson Acrylic on canvas and wood East Side’s featured experimental artist will be showing his collection of abstract and psychedelic interpretations of Austin landscapes, portraits and the human figure. Tommy utilizes vibrant colors and heavy textures in his acrylic and mixed medium paintings. Zipper Wayne Studio will feature over 100 original works in the space where they are created.

2318 Willow St ▪ (512) 669-3316 brainflames@gmail.com ▪ zipperwayne.com


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Proudly supporting Austin artists for 35 years 1202 West Sixth Street Austin, Texas 78703 wallyworkmangallery.com 512.472.7428

Chris Timberlake Christopher Taylor Timberlake Fine Art Jewelry 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, Ste B ▪ (512) 674-1607 info@cttjewelry.com ▪ cttjewelry.com

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Pete Betcher ▪ The Back Pack Wood, acrylic plastic, acrylic paint, canvas, steel The Back Pack is a collaborative group of artists whose work focuses on bringing original pieces to people all over the world. This space is home to all walks of artists and educators working side by side to nurture creativity. Our featured artists include: Pete Betcher, Zac Thomas, Emma Schmidt, Christie Young, Tiffanie Lanmon, and Christopher Torres.


2400 E Cesar Chavez St, Ste 206 ▪ (406) 470-0046 petebetcher@gmail.com ▪ thebkpk.com

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Emma C Schmidt ▪ The Back Pack Ink on paper Emma creates illustrated cartographic drawings of walks and routes she’s taken and maps charting the places that make her neighborhood of East Austin unique. These maps represent a temporary experience of that place and time. On Display: Walk and Draw ATX City Map [A collaboration with Austin Atlas’ Ann Armstrong]. Public project mapping Austin block by block. Come by and draw a block!

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2400 E Cesar Chavez St, Ste 206 emmacschmidt@gmail.com ▪ emmacschmidt.com


SprATX Art Collective Mixed media SprATX is a collective of over 20 established artists 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 generating economic opportunities for artists.

2412 Cesar Chavez St, Unit 316 B ▪ (512) 758-9969 info@spratx.com ▪ spratx.com

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Jack Smith Acrylic on canvas I love to paint.

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

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Katrina O’Day Oil, collage, metal, wire, beads, chain, vintage metals Healing arts and jewelry design. Originally from Houston, Texas, in 1998 I made Austin my home after completing my MFA in painting, drawing and printmaking. Over the years I have grown as an artist, and though the mediums may change, the ideas remain of how I fit into this world we live in. The focus of my work, whether it be painting or jewelry, is about how to make this world a better place.

2511 Willow ▪ (512) 568-6395 katrina@odaydesigns.com ▪ katrina-oday.squarespace.com


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J.J. Campbell ▪ Rural Rooster Graphic design, screen printing We travel the world of DIY and creative solutions, yet we are trained in traditional techniques. We look for creative and effective ways to make, present, or print. We work to put that extra touch on every item because it’s the small things, the nuances, the last 5% that take impressions to the next level. We are an Award Winning Graphic Design and Screen Printing studio located in Austin, Texas.


2602 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 420-8558 info@ruralrooster.com ▪ ruralrooster.com

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Squidrabbit Digital art I make colorful, whimsical illustrations while traveling through memories and imagination. I like hoppy beers and animals too.


2606 E 2nd St ▪ (512) 971-4388 squidrabbit.com

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Carly Weaver Oil painting, drawing on wood Grackles, bicycles, landscapes, beers and a baby. Originals and affordable reproductions. Plus a new project of larger drawings on wood.

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

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Ryan McKerley Ceramics Porcelain in that classic late 20th Century studio pottery style.

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


Kate Hellenbeck guest of Ryan Mckerley Photography I started taking pictures around the same time I was still playing with toys. I graduated from Savannah College of Art & Design in 2003 with a degree in photography. From shooting weddings, musicians, and portraits, toys are my favorite subject.

2710 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 460-9747 khelleboo@gmail.com ▪ katemariehollowseve.tumblr.com

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Annie Compton Oil, watercolor, pencil, charcoal I paint real stuff. The everyday beauties that surround me. Magnificent morning glory on the back fence, a fresh-cut melon catching morning light, a bucket of ripe tomatoes at the edge of the garden. Plein air sketches and studio pieces. Landscapes near and far.. crashing waves in my face, bald cypress roots as a slow motion tangle at the riverside. Mostly oils from life whenever possible.

2511 Hidalgo St ▪ (301) 873-1667 dacompton@me.com ▪ anniecompton.com


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ASPCO ▪ Artist’s Screenprinting Co-operative Screen printing The Artists Screen Printing Co-op is a non-profit cooperative serving the needs of artists and designers who share a common screen printing studio in which they collaborate and create original works.


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

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Sky Candy ▪ 507 Calles Street Aerial and circus arts Sky Candy is East Austin’s own aerial and circus arts studio, offering circus arts classes for Austinites of all ages, aspirations and abilities, as well as performances, workshops, summer camps, and more. We exist to foster a safe, welcoming space for learning, collaboration and performance in the aerial and circus arts.


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

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Agnes Seebass ▪ 507 Calles Street Silver, gold, gold leaf, steel, oxidation Making jewelry has been my passion for the last 25 years. After many years in Mexico I now enjoy Austin as my home. My Studio in vibrant East Austin is the perfect place to keep going this journey of creating and discovering. This year I am very excited to have a wonderful guest artist, the Mexican poet and painter Kenia Cano. Please come by, I promise it is worth it!

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Kenia Cano ▪ “Las Santas de Remington” guest of Agnes Seebass Mixed media Kenia Cano is an award winning poet and visual artist who explores both disciplines with sensibility and authenticity. Her work invites you on a fascinating emotional and intellectual journey. Her captivating personality and resonant voice makes it a pleasure to meet this Mexican artist in person.

507 Calles St, Ste 121 keniacano72@hotmail.com ▪ pintoresmexicanos.com/keniacano

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Ender Martos Optical creations of movement, vivid contrast, geometric order Artist Ender Martos uses acrylics & monofilament on plexiglass to mix sculpture with paintings in a colorful and almost musical marriage. His work uses a unique repetition of oscillating lines, kaleidoscopic colors, and symmetry in a deliberate & calculated attempt to create illusions. Light becomes a component to each piece, spiraling the viewer into successive layers of patterns design & depth.

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

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Paul Clarence Oglesby guest of Ender Martos Hand cast concrete I create simple forms in hand cast concrete. The elemental, architectural and organic shapes work as singular minimal pieces or can be grouped together on a large scale, creating an interaction between the different shapes. The natural heaviness of the material can be transformed into an elegant form, influenced by the structures found in nature.

2803 E 5th St ▪ (512) 663-1032 pcodesigns@gmail.com ▪ paulclarenceoglesby.com


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Selva Sagrada guest of Ender Martos Wood, acrylic, metal, canvas, concrete SELVA SAGRADA is a conscious design collective that stands for its exact meaning, “Sacred Jungle”. We believe in preserving all that is wild sacred by giving back to those in need and to the Earth through the products and services we offer. CREATORS: ALICE RABBIT / ELECTRA AVELLAN / ISA AVELLAN


2803 E 5th St ▪ (512) 799-0396 selvasagrada@gmail.com ▪ selvasagrada.com

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Abby Rose Mandel Porcelain, metal, drawing I am in love with the process of art making. Dirty hands, messy spaces, experiments that lead to successes (and failures) are all critical components to me in the development of meaningful work. Interaction with art is the best feeling, both in making and in viewing! Come by the studio, touch the work, and see my new pieces. Early guests each day can expect an extra special art treat!


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

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Lauren McPhail guest of Abby Rose Mandel Oil on canvas Color is vital. Color is what makes the work relatable through feelings, associations, or just pleasurable. Color is playful, creates tricks to the mind, and manipulates the emotions. Along with so much information we are forced to absorb and pick and choose what to care about or remember, I keep in my work a way to translate information in to imagery that provokes questions.

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3010 E 2nd St ▪ (832) 428-7726 laurenkmcphail@gmail.com ▪ laurenmcphail.com


Katrina Jane Perry ▪ Fort Tillery Photography, sculpture Katrina Jane Perry is interested in the relationships between Nature and the human condition, spirituality, womanhood, isolation and communication. Juxtaposing works of differing scale and media, Perry draws awareness to the significance in Nature’s duality; her minute design and expansive grandiosity, heightening one to the nuances of our intimacy and estrangement with Nature.

618 Tillery St katrina.jane.perry@gmail.com ▪ katrinajaneperry.com

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Travis Cook ▪ Cook Shop ▪ Fort Tillery Multiple medias Cook Shop is a place for material exploration, product development, design collaboration, and creative problem solving. We work with Architects, Artists, Private Clients, and Fellow Designers on a range of work at a variety of scales. Light Fixtures, Furniture, and Public Installations are currently underway.

618 Tillery St ▪ (303) 304-9695 travis@travisrcook.com ▪ cookshopdesign.com

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Andrew Danziger ▪ Hatch Workshop Wood, metal, space COFFEE, SAWMILL, LOGS, FURNITURE, maybe even a last-minute INSTALLATION?!?!?! We’ve got more wood, tools and excitement than ever before! Come sip espresso and gaze into the wood grain....

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


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CLOSING NOVEMBER 29! 21st and Guadalupe Streets Free admission View parking map and hours at www.hrc.utexas.edu/visit 512-471-8944

Peter Gray ▪ Fun Art Metal, wood, aluminium Fun Art is primarily sculpture made from found objects and uses a variety of mediums including crushed cans, wood and metal. Fun Art is whimsical and not tied to a particular medium or genre. Everyone is an artist inside and Fun Art celebrates the latent artist.


627 Allen St ▪ (512) 773-1017 itipetergray@yahoo.com

Armadillo Clay Employees ▪ The Quonset Hut Studio at Armadillo Clay Ceramics, fused glass The employees of Armadillo Clay & Supplies will display their individual bodies of work at the Quonset Hut Studio on the Armadillo Clay grounds. Artists include Rob Sheldon, Brent Freiburger, Michael Soto, and Melissa Ragland.


3307 E 4th St ▪ (512) 385-7311 armadilloclay.com

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Leigh Taylor Wyatt ▪ East Side Glass Studio Hand blown glass East Side Glass Studio is a full service hot glass facility with an onsite showroom featuring production and custom pieces. ESGS owners Leigh Taylor Wyatt and Shara Funari upcycle glass destined for the landfill into Riforma Glass Designs making glassware, vessels and lighting. ESGS is open to the public through select classes, workshops and events.

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3401 E 4th St ▪ (512) 815-2569 info@eastsideglassstudio.com ▪ eastsideglassstudio.com


Michael W. Hall guest of East Side Glass Studio Painting Michael W. Hall is primarily a water-media painter whose abstract works are directly inspired by his fanatical interest in freight trains, travel, and exploring hidden places.

3401 E 4th St ▪ (267) 709-2174 mmmwhhh@gmail.com ▪ mmmwhhh.com


Bearded Lady Screen printing Bearded Lady is a print studio, gallery, and retail shop operating out of East Austin since 2002. We specialize in providing custom and collaborative print services to professionals from the art, music, design, advertising, film, and boutique fashion industries. We also regularly work with artists to publish limited edition art prints, host monthly art shows, and offer occasional workshops.

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

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Hawkeye Glenn ▪ Blacksmith Industries Inc. Splinter Group Porcelain enamled steel, ceramic and wood sculpture I like making Art. I have some new work to show that is in the process of being completed and a number of pieces that are done. I consider it to be some of the best work I’ve produced.

405 Springdale Rd hawk@hawkeyeglenn.com ▪ blacksmithindustries.com


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Brandon Mike ▪ Delta Millworks Steel, concrete, leather, painting, sculpture, functional design As a multidisciplinary artist and designer based in Austin, I find that most, if not all, of my inspiration is derived from the natural world. I love interpreting that in my work. I remain curious and eager to explore new techniques and mediums, inherently feeding from the challenges and infinite possibilities presented therein.


4701 E 5th St ▪ (512) 944-8107 hello@brandonmike.com ▪ brandonmike.com

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Brian David Johnson ▪ Splinter Group Solid domestic hardwood, hand mixed resin Modern handmade wood decor and design from the studio of Brian David Johnson, otherwise known as BDJ Craft Works.


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

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Andy St. Martin ▪ Concentrated Paintings Splinter Group Painting, drawing collage, assemblage sculpture forthecoming

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


Aaron Michalovic Wood Aaron Michalovic—wood collage..furniture...timberframe....all things wood. Friends showing – all that is Andy rhin.....and joe Swec

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


Adrian Whipp ▪ Lumiere Tintype Photography Wet plate collodion 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

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Kristy Darnell Battani ▪ Artpost Multi-media paintings, paper works I am overwhelmed by, repulsed by and curiously drawn to the deluge of information engulfing our society. I find beauty in deteriorating layers of information, both in form and substance, and seek to excavate, capture and recreate those discoveries in multimedia paintings and artworks.

4620-B E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 270-0267 kristy@kristybattani.com ▪ kristybattani.com


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Court Lurie ▪ Artpost Acrylic, mixed media The elements and content in my work reveal a nexus between our man made and our natural world. My work brings together organic, spontaneous, gestural language with refined, deliberate, referential mark making. This illuminates an important duality, an interplay between technological influence, and the forces of nature we confront daily – a tension where entropy meets order.


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

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Paul Meyer ▪ Artpost Painting I am intrigued by the space between the objective and non-objective. The liminal place in which there is a sense of something emerging, existing and receding is where I find true parallels to this life. My works are comprised of materials that can be found in the traditions of both painting and sculpture, such as wood, plaster, powdered pigments, water and oil based paints and stains.


4704 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (281) 744-9496 paulmeyerstudios@me.com ▪ paulmeyerstudios.com

Travis Seeger ▪ Artpost Steel, stainless steel, copper, wood and rust, lots of rust... I will be featuring new work from my ongoing Sphere series. A collection of outdoor sculptures, fire vessels and lighting elements formed in the shape of 36” diameter spheres.

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

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Brian Chilton ▪ Brian Chilton Design Recycled and repurposed materials, wood, steel, other metals Brian Chilton honed his crafts in furniture design, master woodworking, and artistic welding in Santa Fe, NM before moving back to his native Texas to create work that integrates modern lines with organic materials. He leads a group of talented craftsmen in designing and fabricating large-scale architectural elements to intricately detailed furniture for both residential and commercial clients.

4715 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 636-5818 regina@brianchilton.com ▪ brianchilton.com

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Nathan Warner & Buck Hubach Warbach Lighting & Design 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

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Dan Byrd guest of Warbach Lighting & Design Collage I try to utilize dying forms of media in an effort to re-purpose and restore feelings of nostalgia and pride into bygone items. The subjects I focus on can vary greatly, but the work is always composed of materials that share a relationship with the subject.

5007 E Cesar Chavez St danielbyrd6@gmail.com


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Phil Sadler ▪ Legacy Design House Sign fabrication Neon constantly surrounds us, subconsciously making our atmosphere complete on Saturday nights when we are reminscing with friends and recalling classic moments with each other. Custom made NEON, the “dying art”. Find out why its alive, how its made from scratch and witness the beauty of inert gases combusting for natural light, at my shop Legacy Design House.


5011 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (832) 515-1387 legacydesignhouse@gmail.com

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White Light Studio Painting, sculpture, silk screen wares, furniture, jewelry We Are White Light Studio, an all female work space active with powerfully creative women. You are welcome here, you are safe here, & we love all badass women! Current resident artists are Haylie Raymond, Rachel K Bury, MausMade, & Kitten Mountain.


900 Vargas Rd wearewhitelightstudio@gmail.com ▪ wearewhitelightstudio.com

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Rachel K Bury ▪ White Light Studio Painting, sculpture, acrylic, plastic, wood My practice investigates painting as an object, bringing attention to the material, the surface, & the dimensionality of the work. Through the manipulation of paint, plastic, & support I seek to provide the viewer with a new way of looking, through their vision, mind & body.

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Orlando Sanchez ▪ Magic House Collective Acrylic, oils, charcoal The artwork is about empowerment through appreciating the beauty of the models. The models were posed in beautiful floral crowns so that the photos can be turned into elaborate fractal paintings. These paintings then can be appreciated by the viewer and used to be a representation of inner beauty.

1901 Crossing Pl, Apt 1104 ▪ (813) 650-5713 osanchezart@gmail.com ▪ orlandosanchezart.com

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Emily Michele Berry guest of Orlando Sanchez Acrylic, watercolor, colored pencil Emily Michele Berry is an Intrepid Explorer of the Universe. Hailing from The Heart of It All with a bachelors degree in Fashion Design, she loves exploring her thoughts, emotions, spirituality, and outside surroundings through various mediums. Lovingkindness and rose-colored, heart-shaped glasses are how she navigates the world. She strives to live in joy and loves to create and radiate beauty.

1901 Crossing Pl, Apt 1104 emilymicheleberry@gmail.com ▪ emilymicheleberry.com

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Eric Lothspeich ▪ EMLstudio guest of Orlando Sanchez Oil, charcoal, digital My art is a study of beauty in the world around us mixed with ideas of the imagination. I use models, photo-reference, nature and imagination to create works that try to move the viewer and help us focus on the things that are truly important.

1901 Crossing Pl, Apt 1104 ▪ (678) 468-8628 eric@emlstudio.com ▪ emlstudio.com


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Fabian Parker guest of Orlando Sanchez Watercolor, pen and ink, graphite Borrowing from mythologies and cultural symbols from around the world, I attempt to generate my own explanations for various internal and external phenomena.


1901 Crossing Pl, Apt 1104 ▪ (979) 943-1301 fabianparkerart@gmail.com

Olga Lora ▪ The Art of Olga Lora Oil on canvas My paintings are a reflection of my love for everyday objects and the beauty of the ordinary. They are a visual narrative of little stories of a place, and of moments of life and love; sometimes based on reality, sometimes derived from my imagination, or both. My art is often permeated with a fragile melancholy or a contagious happiness. These are feelings which characterized my life.



1333 Shore District Dr, Apt 1143 ▪ (678) 925-0592 myart@olgalora.com ▪ olgalora.com

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Anastasia Grebnova Cement Loop Oil on canvas, pastel I paint to convey the message of peace, light and unity. Creating art is a force, a passion, a spiritual experience. 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.

5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 ▪ (908) 398-5670 info@anastasiagrebnova.com ▪ anastasiagrebnova.com

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Brendo Cement Loop Minimal plywood sculpture I make sculptures that can best be described as Miter-Heavy Plywood Minimalism.

5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 brendo3030@gmail.com ▪ jojobrendo.com

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Danika Ostrowski Cement Loop Painting My work explores the beauty of scarce and deserted environments by examining and abstracting the lively color and forms found in unexpected places. Landscapes, geological forms, and native plants of Big Bend are the subject in my newest paintings.

5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 info@danikaalena.com ▪ danikaalena.com


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Yasmin Youssef: Hamsas & Minarets Cement Loop Mixed media This collection of hamsas and golden minarets explores the allure of far-away lands, symbols, imagination, big sky, dreams, shadows, and ornate architecture connecting heaven to earth. The materials used to create this body of work include graphite, ink, acrylic paint, collage and gold leaf.


5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 yasmin@yasmin.ws ▪ yasmin.ws

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Ryan Painter Cement Loop Painting, printmaking Ryan is a painter and printmaker who explores the traditions and ideas of the sacred. His process involves careful discovery and experimentation with form and color. He extracts from the world we can see, using physical and spiritual vocabularies to uncover the world that visually transcends ours.


5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 ▪ (214) 364-8767 rpainterj@gmail.com ▪ ryanpainter.com

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Monica Ceniceros Cement Loop Acrylic and wood stain on panel Monica Ceniceros is a 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.

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5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 ▪ (512) 296-3891 monica@monicaceniceros.com ▪ monicaceniceros.com


Kaitlin Merchant Davison Celebrating Beauty ▪ Cement Loop Oil, acrylic Kaitlin seeks to remind the viewer of the beauty and peace that surrounds us. By capturing a moment of movement, the depth and emotion of a simple gesture or glance become the focus of the piece. Kaitlin creates most pieces in a single sitting. Crafted in reverse, the monochromatic oils begin with a thick coat of paint which she quickly removes before it dries; revealing the canvas beneath.

5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 ▪ (512) 537-4618 kaitlinmerchant@gmail.com ▪ kaitlinmerchantdavison.com


Matt Mikulla 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 matt@mattmikulla.com ▪ mattmikulla.com

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James Felton Graham J Felton Design ▪ Cement Loop Domestic and exotic woods, plywood, metal, salvaged items Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery. For James finding a problem is many times his first step to creativity. While tackling a pile of scrap wood an idea hatched. Older family members used scrap fabric to make warm, beautiful quilts. Why not use this wood to mimic the patterns and designs of textiles? --Please stop by to see the other problems James has gotten himself into.

5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 ▪ (512) 987-9595 james@jfeltondesign.com ▪ jfeltondesign.com

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Karen Bolton Cement Loop Ceramics Under the title CRAFT DRINKS, this body of work brings together different sets of ceramic vessels. They explore the communal aspects of whiskey, tea, and wine drinking. The wheel-thrown and altered porcelain works thus turn into modes of coming together for conversation, pleasure, and celebration.


5811 Berkman Dr, Ste 140 ▪ (512) 998-4913 karenbolton.ceramics@gmail.com ▪ karenbolton.com

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Terry Chastain ▪ Austin Artwheels Cement Loop Works on paper Austin artwheels is a mobile art gallery that seeks to turn the traditional gallery experience on its head. We venture that art can be anywhere at anytime. Austin artwheels is eager to collaborate with schools and non-profits to fill the gaps in art funding.


5811 Berkman Dr ▪ (415) 202-3740 tinhornterry@gmail.com

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Grace McEvoy Austin Public Library: Windsor Park Branch Photography Grace McEvoy’s recent images could be described as pictorial documentary. Shooting in both color and black and white, she produces images that convey the essence of an event, a place or a person. Grace uses both film and digital photo equipment.

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Melissa Montalvo Austin Public Library: University Hills Branch Acrylic piant, canvas, upcycled paper, paper Melissa started her art career as a teenager producing fan art. As a fangirl she had access to a plethora of topics including manga, anime, and several YA books. She was able to take the techniques she learned and used them to create her on colorful style. She creates paintings and piñatas that are both colorful and whimsical.

4721 Loyola Ln melissa1montalvo@gmail.com

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Scott and Lori Lockhart Photography, custom designed and handmade silver jewelry From the stunningly beautiful landscapes that were the home range of my childhood, including the High Plains of the Texas Panhandle and the Chihuahuan Desert of the Big Bend country of far West Texas and from locations worldwide meet nature through the lens of a camera with powerful and healing images that show how photography can reveal the beauty of the world and our connection to it.

1509 Suffolk Dr ▪ (512) 914-5177 jscotthart@gmail.com ▪ scottlockhartphotographer.com


Janna Sammon East Space Acrylic, oil pastel, pencil on wood As a child I spent as much time as possible in the world of my imagination. When painting, I do not feel the need to know what to do next or what the outcome of each step should be. I let go and observe the interaction of colors, lines, and texturesreconnecting with my imagination. From this place of the unknown my paintings emerge and evolve. Creating the story.

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

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Adreon Henry East Space Silkscreen, vinyl SlackElectric is launching a new line of vinyl prints, lighting and accessories designed by Adreon Henry. Please stop by The Space and see the full line during EAST 2015! For more information peruse adreonhenry.com and slackelectric.com


2009-B Airport Blvd ▪ (512) 627-8284 adreon@adreonhenry.com ▪ adreonhenry.com

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William Cauthern East Space Block Prints, found object sculpture My recent 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.


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

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Shannon Fannin East Space Mixed acrylic medium “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see” –Henry Thoreau. To me, cars are more than just a way to get from point A to point B. They are rolling pieces of art that represent our individual style. My paintings are a monument to the overlooked details that are hidden in a car’s reflections, colors, and flowing lines.

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2009-B Airport Blvd ▪ (512) 917-4660 shan@shanfannin.com ▪ shanfannin.com


Stephanie Estrin East Space Acrylics, mixed media My art is inspired by emotion or nature and embody my feelings at the moment of their creation. Color is my muse. I create intuitively to express my thoughts and transfer them from my head to canvas. I paint to express myself in a way that I can’t do with words. Given my spontaneous process, each painting comes away with a unique energy. My intent is for the viewer to connect with the work.

2009-B Airport Blvd ▪ (512) 762-9423 stephanie@stephanieestrin.com ▪ stephanieestrin.com

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Wendy Saha & Melissa Sonzala • Modplexi East Space Hand cut collage mounted on plexiglas Each piece we work on starts with one found image that sends us digging for the rest of the story. The whole notion of reinterpreting found pictures into our own imagined reality happens through a process of modifying the meaning by modifying the image’s location. The end result rarely reflects the beginning idea. Cut, distort, corrupt, and reconstruct.

2009-B Airport Blvd modplexi@gmail.com ▪ modplexi.com

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Deanna Carrillo East Space Copper, silver, gold, gemstones, found objects I love creating art jewelry using nontraditional materials and techniques. I translate my 2D art into 3D jewelry by imprinting hand drawn designs onto metal. Metal is my passion, but no material is safe! I love to challenge traditional notions of what is precious, sometimes using upcycled materials or found objects such as sea glass, automotive paint, or even bowling balls in place of gemstones.

2009-B Airport Blvd deecarrillo@gmail.com ▪ deannacarrillo.com

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Brenda Armistead East Space Porcelain and stoneware ceramics Brenda Armistead’s experiences as a certified Dive Master inspire the colorful aquatic and botanical motifs seen in her work. She creates mainly in wheel-thrown and carved porcelain, but also enjoys figure sculpting, painting, and machine embroidery; often combining techniques for a uniquely exuberant presentation.


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Pam Welborn East Space Oil on canvas, watercolor, acrylic I paint landscapes and flowers, focusing on the beautiful shapes and forms that are found in nature. Through my art I support Austin Pets Alive, a no kill animal shelter in Austin, Tx. 100% of the proceeds of my sales in this show will go to help them with their goals.


2009-B Airport Blvd ▪ (512) 587-5547 pamwelborn@gmail.com

Kerry Kittrell East Space Acrylic, mixed media Brilliant, colorfully glowing metallic abstractions emerge in mixed–media sculptured paintings. My works entice you to deeply connect with the beauty, delight, and magic of our precious natural world. Explore myth, symbol, and the sacred within and without. Materials include acrylic paints, clay Buddha heads by Marie Blazek, vintage buttons, and repurposed rusty metal and fiber.

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2009-B Airport Blvd ▪ (512) 632-7858 kerry@kerrykittrellart.com ▪ kerrykittrellart.wordpress.com


Imagine Art ▪ ReNEW EAST 65+ artists and anything goes! A creative incubator where art + love intersect to make place for 65+ artists with and without disabilities. Expect raw, fresh, affordable art and meet artists in the art-making process. Join in the fun to create Artist Trading Cards. Enjoy fine art, ceramics, fused glass and mixed media,prints and products. Music and refreshments top of this venue as a great stop! Yes, we mean FREE COFFEE!

2830 Real St ▪ (512) 554-2406 debbie@imagineart.net ▪ imagineart.net

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Julie Ahmad Imagine Art Acrylic, mixed media, canvas I paint in an intuitive style, not having the final outcome in mind. It’s a practice in patience & trust, discovering where the canvas will lead is often full of surprises. Living almost a decade in NYC and working in fashion, texture and color come second nature to me, the cross over to fine art was natural. I love bringing that cosmopolitan energy into my work and sharing it with the world.

2830 Real St ▪ (702) 468-4280 art@julieahmad.com ▪ julieahmad.com

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Pat Molina Imagine Art 2D mixed media, pen and ink, watercolor, pastel, charcoal Just as water is in all living things; watermedia allows the artist to find the spiritual essence that water can bring to flowing paint. It frees the spirit to allow the color to flow; pushing paint aside for another color or absorbing that paint to create another color. I am also showing pen and ink and mixed media figurative drawings in blind contour style. Prices range $50-1000 framed.

2830 Real St ▪ (512) 825-2370 molinayvedia@hotmail.com ▪ artbypatmolina.com

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TAKE IN THE SKYLINE, ALONG WITH THE CULTURE. Corazon offers studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartment homes at the very center of Austin’s creative and cultural heart. Just three blocks east of IH-35 between 5th and 6th Streets, Corazon's rooftop deck, landscaped pool courtyard, and extensive collection of work by Austin artists offer dramatic views in every direction.

1000 East 5th | 512.476.3278 www.CorazonATX.com

Jeanne Philquist Imagine Art Oil paintings on linen, framed I paint relationships described by moments in time. I try to tell a story of our slightly absurd life and, with humor and empathy, our relationships with our environment, our animals, and one another. Cats intrude on many of my works, but so do bears, goats, dogs, birds and fantasy animals, I hope you will come see my new work.


2830 Real St ▪ (512) 478-9590 jphilquist@austin.rr.com

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Heidi Lowell Imagine Art Watercolor Heidi Miller Lowell uses watercolor as a tool for personal insight and quieting the mind. She believes that the balance between light and dark on paper points to a inward universal human truth. She believes that art, when coupled with communication and connection can be a powerful tool for transformation.


2830 Real St ▪ (512) 976-4315 theaustinartery@gmail.com ▪ heidimillerlowell.com

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Carl Smith Imagine Art Painting For EAST 2015 I will have lots of various works available, affordably priced, leftover from the last few solo show of mine. Works on canvas and paper, some free things, and some new things. Please stop by and I’ll give you a deal. I promise to use the money to make more art.

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2830 Real St ▪ (512) 923-6539 europeanechoes@gmail.com ▪ carlsmith29.wix.com/arts

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Lisa Chronister Imagine Art Mixed media, stained glass, printed matter, found objects After making stained glass panels for 18 yrs I wanted to stretch my talents. A lot of glass doesn’t need background light. Incorporating found elements (driftwood, toys, coins) I create dimensional glass art. Themes are suggested by the objects, visual or linguistic elements from daily life. Political satire, comedy & moody self reflection are frequent concepts that work their way into my art.

2830 Real St ▪ (512) 789-3191 chron@imagesof.net


Laura Sturtz Imagine Art Mixed media sculpture, mobiles, jewelry, chess sets, 2D art Laura Sturtz is a versatile artist exploring both geometric and organic forms in her artwork. Her sculptural creations are often comprised of fragments of various materials that she has made, altered, and/or found. These varied elements become a unified creation in her quilt series, wall reliefs, mobiles and art chess sets.

2830 Real St ▪ (512) 282-9480 artist@artist123.com ▪ artist123.com

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Mark Steven Design Showroom at Windmill Bicycles Wood, steel Furniture design and fabrication are a microcosm of architecture. Furniture, like architecture, is structure, scale, and proportion, all attributes which I find fascinating. In a multimedia-based culture where seemingly everything–from our clothes to our food–is mass produced in fully automated form, I seek to rediscover the too-often forgotten values of finely crafted furniture and accessories.

2209 Manor Rd mark@markstevendesign.com ▪ markstevendesign.com


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Gallery Shoal Creek Texas Sculpture Group ▪ Speaking Silence Varied media Speaking Silence, a juried exhibition showcasing work by members of Texas Sculpture Group, explores the contemplative nature of contemporary sculpture. The TSG seeks to establish camaraderie among those who make, collect, research or simply enjoy contemporary sculpture in Texas. Speaking Silence was organized as part of Gallery Shoal Creek’s year-long celebration of 5 Decades Defining Art.


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

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Photo Méthode Gallery Kevin Greenblat ▪ Child of the Mississippi Photography In the Spring of 1990 Kevin visited the state of Louisiana, lesser known as The Child of the Mississippi. He saw an unwavering spirit in this state of diverse backgrounds and cultures that has captivated him ever since. His images portray the sense of being lost in time - in a state unlike any other. Kevin captures a sincerity, paying respect to his subjects and their way of life.


2832 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Ste 107 ▪ (512) 294-9550 info@photomethode.com ▪ photomethode.com

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Creative Action Reflect The Times: Visions For Social Change Painting, drawing, video/film, photography, fiber, mixed media Nina Simone once said “You can’t help it, and artist’s duty, as far as I am concerned, is to reflect the times.” Creative Action presents Reflect The Times: Visions For Social Change, a collection of work by Teaching Artists and students. This show will reflect what is crucially relevant in our lives, from the perspective of professional artists and the youth they mentor. Featuring guest artists Puro Chingon.

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2912 E 17th St, Bldg B ▪ (512) 442-8773 lindsay@creativeaction.org ▪ creativeaction.org

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Petra Rupp ▪ From Start To Finish Rare Trends Acrylics, watercolors, mixed media From Start To Finish, an exhibition dedicated to the fashion and art lovers.Rare Trends along with artist Petra Rupp will show what it takes to have a vision and transform it into reality. Come experience our Start To Finish Exhibition.

2211 E 12th St ▪ (512) 712-5775 iamrare@raretrends.com ▪ raretrends.com

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Romani Gallery Traveller’s Market; Eye Sea/Ear Full; Active Radical Thought Mixed media, paper cut, photography, jewelry, video, performance Romani Gallery’s Traveller’s Marketplace features local, national, and international artists in a fine art market setting. Eye Sea / Ear Full - A sonic & motion based installation, sponsored by A.R.T. (Active Radical Thought) and Badlands Austin. Eye Sea/ Ear Full is an interactive showcase experience, incorporating visual art, projection, short films, live music, and more.

1900 E 12th St ▪ (512) 785-8019 gallery.theromani@gmail.com ▪ theromanigallery.weebly.com

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Brandon Ellis Romani Gallery Silkscreen, aerosol, acrylic paint, ink Photographer, printmaker, painter, illustrator, storyteller, destroyer, and builder. The work of Brandon C Ellis.

1900 E 12th St brandon@brandoncellis.com ▪ brandoncellis.com


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Jessica Wagner ▪ The Witch House Drawing, painting, performance, video, mixed media, installation My current work embodies, “The Personal is Political.” Through Riot grrl bands, witchcraft, and self narratives I tell my story from age 4 until present. The anthems that introduced me to feminism become a collection of visual ephemera. Themes of witchcraft in relation to feminism mingle with the Riot grrls and enter a dark space translating childhood trauma.


1901 SL Davis Ave ▪ (773) 988-6062 jessica.wagner@vcfa.edu ▪ jessicaawagner.com

Alex Gonzalez ▪ Gonzalez House Acrylic on canvas, mixed media Abstract inspired by an urban environment. Sometimes I paint to capture a specific moment. Sometimes I paint to express. Sometimes I paint to not think. Sometimes I paint for love. Sometimes I paint to gift. Sometimes I paint.


3110 E 12th St ▪ (612) 940-4030 alicezutz@gmail.com

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Dan Mueller Art Studio Mixed Media Austin Artists ▪ Art Collaborative Exhibit Mixed media art collaborative Dan Mueller Art Studio hosts this artist collaborative in their multi-tiered outdoor space. On display/for sale will be mosaic tile art, oil and acrylic paintings, metal sculpture, glass art, photography and jewelry. Refreshments sponsored by our good friends at Austin Beerworks; Dr. Dubbist to spin music on November 22nd. More happenings are planned…details and artist info at danmuellerart.com

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1405 Deloney St ▪ (214) 682-2930 dan@danmuellerart.com ▪ danmuellerart.com


Daniel Rivera Austin Public Library: Willie Mae Kirk Branch Charred wood, mixed media, LED lights Through the use of dioramas, I create microcosmic views on issues ranging from the environmental, sociological, and the fictional. My fictional portrayals are inspired and rooted in horror fiction and fairy tales with an emphasis on allowing the viewer to interpret each work individually.

3101 Oak Springs Dr ▪ (972) 900-8938 danielriveradesigns@gmail.com ▪ danielriveradesigns.com

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Austin Tinkering School Mixed media, wood, drawing, painting We’re a new Maker Space in East Austin, and we offer classes, camps, workshops, and events for kids and adults. Art and tinkering projects by our students will be on display. A hands-on art-making activity or two for kids (or adults!) to get into will also be available.

1122 Airport Blvd, Ste A info@austintinkeringschool.com ▪ austintinkeringschool.com

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Lucy MacQueen Current work of Lucy MacQueen ▪ Revival Cycles Ampersand panel, acrylic, gold leaf, etched plexglass Come and find me at Revival Cycles on Bolm this EAST. My current work is a continuation of my weather series, depicting rain, storms and ocean scenes. I will have several small pieces on offer, but can bring out the big work for anyone interested.

5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 1 ▪ (512) 784-4081 lucymacqueen@mac.com ▪ lucymacqueen.com


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Art by Brian Phillips ▪ Salvaged wood artist Revival Cycles Painting, salvaged wood, repurposed items When I find the wood/objects I salvage to use in my art, I try to see the beauty in the blemishes, mistakes and years of use and abuse. It all has a story, good or bad. I’ve always been drawn to layers and layers of paint drips, scrapes, nail holes and repurposed items. Use what’s available, just make art. Some people get it, some don’t, and that’s the beautiful thing about art. Embrace that.


5305 Bolm Rd, Bays 2-3 ▪ (512) 571-1703 brianphillipsemail@gmail.com ▪ artbybrianphillips.com

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5305 Bolm Rd, Bay 8 hello@notgallery.net ▪ notgallery.net

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ICOSA Juke Auto Sculptural work, prints, paintings, drawings ICOSA is a diverse group of artists who have banded together to pursue cooperative exhibition opportunities in non traditional spaces throughout the Austin area. Featured Artists: Adrian Aguilera, David Bae, Jonas Criscoe, Kate Csillagi, Erin Cunnigham, Andrea DeLeon, Brooke Gassiot, Terra Goolsby, Katy Horan, Betelhem Makonnen, Amanda McInerney, Anna Pedersen, Sara Vanderbeek, and Jen Wilson.

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702-B Shady Ln ▪ (512) 775-6158 info@icosacollective.com ▪ icosacollective.com


Sara Vanderbeek Juke Auto Oil, acrylic, gouache, 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.

702-B Shady Ln ▪ (718) 964-8180 sara.vanderbeek@gmail.com ▪ saravanderbeek.com


Big Medium Pablo Taboada: 1955-2015 Oil An early friend and supporter of Big Medium, Pablo Taboada was integral to the inception of EAST. While his landscapes were most widely shown around Texas and the US, Big Medium’s exhibition attempts to represent the breadth of his practice. By the generosity of his wife, Paula Salinas, Pablo Taboada: 1955-2015 offers a representative sampling of his roughly 20 years of painting in Texas.

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

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Art.Science.Gallery. In Danger (or, why you should really, really give a shit) Various This exhibit tells the story of critically endangered species, highlighting the alarming rate of species decline caused by human impacts and what we can do about it. In Danger is a group show that visualizes the immediacy and magnitude of endangered species issues, remembers extinct species through an altar of remembrance and inspires visitors to take action through education and advocacy.

916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #102 ▪ (512) 522-8278 info@artsciencegallery.com ▪ artsciencegallery.com


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Co-Lab Projects Angelbert Metoyer ▪ Life Machine Mixed media, sculpture, video Metoyer is interested in what he refers to as the “hidden language of religion”. Across all of the mediums he works in – painting, sculpture, performance, video art and sound art – his explorations act as a powerful conduit to ancestral memory and what the radical psychoanalyst Carl C Jung would describe as the essential a priori archetypes that define what it means to be human.


916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #103 ▪ (512) 300-8217 info@co-labprojects.org ▪ co-labprojects.org

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Gert Johan Manschot Invenio Fluid acrylic on canvas, wood or hardboard Black and White, Here and Now. Meditation and Art coming together. Art of the Moment. Paintings created in a meditative moment, in which the thinking mind is not active and the creative impuls is instant and immediate, coming from a place of mindless awareness, the world of No-Thought, No-Form. Energy emanating from canvas See: manschot-art.com/documentary


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

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Christina Moser Invenio Installation, drawing, screen printing By translating familiar iconography and patterns and transposing them, Christina creates familiarity from unfamiliar spaces and objects. Across various mediums she focuses on concepts that can give the viewer something to take away, physical ephemera that evokes a storied experience and place. Inspiration is drawn from the contrast between natural and mechanical patterns.

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Modern Rocks Gallery ▪ Classic Rock Photography Photography Modern Rocks Gallery showcases fine art rock photography from award wining rock photographers. As well as being the permanent home for the highly acclaimed Nirvana Nevermind outtakes by Kirk Weddle, the gallery has just released an exclusive collection from the archive of long time Austin City Limits photographer, Scott Newton, featuring some incredible images of the Austin music scene in the 1970’s.

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

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Metropolitan Gallery Fine Art Consulting ▪ MG 2015 Various Metropolitan Gallery is Fine Art consulting firm curating unique collections for residential and corporate clients in Austin and all across the United States. We aim to be a strong support for the artists we work with and bring innovative works to new audiences. Stop in and view works by artists we’ve featured in this year’s projects.

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

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Alexa Villalobos and Julie Donie Fertile Ground Control Fabrication Station Earth, stone, steel, wood Relax with beverages served in an outdoor living room. World beat music, flaming concrete balls, warming steel fire pits, colorful wood, stone and steel benches to sit upon set amidst a variety of planters. Fertile Ground is an outdoor space design/ build firm. Peruse our spatial layouts & fabrication process in the workshop or simply lounge on the art and people watch at the center of EAST.

3600 Lyons Rd, (adjacent to Big Medium) ▪ (512) 340-0432 info@fertilegroundgardens.com ▪ fertilegroundgardens.com


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837 W. 12th St. | Austin, TX 78723 512-477-4929 | davisgalleryaustin.com Hours: M-F 10-6pm Sat. 10-4pm

The Museum of Human Achievement Installation, new media Less Nightclub, More Cult. Do you believe in space?


(262) 880-6982 themuseumofhumanachievement.com

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Hallie Rae Ward: You & Me Createscape Coworking Mixed media, printmaking, painting My show is titled, “You & Me”. It deals with self-reflection, and the role it plays in my relationships with people and my environment. I revel in the diversity of people and the different experiences I have with them. Each piece is a story, a moment, an emotion that each viewer can relate to in his or her own way.


701 Tillery St, A-3 ▪ (512) 585-7075 info@hallieraeward.com ▪ hallieraeward.com

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Ethan Azarian ”Migration” TEMPO 2015, Art in Public Places Digital reproduction of original paintings for temporary mural “Migration” mural by local artist Ethan Azarian was commissioned by the City of Austin’s TEMPO Program for Art in Public Places. The concept includes 5 large vinyl banners (7FT x 7FT) depicting the changing landscape in East Austin from the early 1800s to present day. The mural is located at the Rosewood-Zaragosa Neighborhood Center and will be on display from October 15, 2015 - January 5, 2016.

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2800 Webberville Rd inhousegallery@hotmail.com ▪ ethanazarian.net


Hanz Zarate

Golden Glove Annual Art Exhibition ▪ Golden Glove Tattoo & Gallery

Acylic, oil, watercolor, pen and ink, colored pencil Golden Glove Tattoo and Gallery is an east side tattoo parlor and fine art venue. We feature artists of a diverse background (from the tattoo industry and beyond). From classically trained fine artists to outsider art—we celebrate a multitude of creative channels. Curator: robertlilly@goldenglovetattoo.com.

2502 Webberville Rd ▪ (323) 770-1440 hanzzarate@gmail.com ▪ hanzzarate.com

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LEFT&14th: pi*lot ▪ Austin Public Library: Carver Branch Art, photo pilot … a collection of photographs to test audience reaction with a view of future series.

1161 Angelina St ▪ (512) 971-9664 ocara64@yahoo.com ▪ leftand14th.com

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Chris Cody FOURground ▪ Rosewood Drawing, sculpture I like doing art. It’s fun. I feel like Michelangelo. I like his sculptures of people and animals. He’s very good at it. He’s Italian. I like to be like him. I like to eat pizza and meatballs like all Italian foods. I also like to study about Roman and Greek gods and superheroes. I like music and movies too and to make art about it. I hope you come to see my art. I like to meet you.

1319 Rosewood Ave ▪ (512) 970-4497 chriscody717@gmail.com


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Brandon Lack FOURground ▪ Rosewood Mixed media painting After receiving a second cancer diagnosis, Brandon channeled challenged ramifications into creativity. Brandon achieves much joy and fulfillment from the process of creating his art. He says, “I paint the picture the way it looks in my head.”


1319 Rosewood Ave ▪ (512) 431-9949 brandonlackstudio@gmail.com ▪ brandonlackstudio.com

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Tiffany Coleman FOURground ▪ Rosewood Drawing, poetry Art is like friends forever, it has a lot of heart in it. Go with your dreams. Writing and speaking are a part of me, it’s in my soul and my heart and it touches my feelings. I like to write poetry for my boyfriend Chris Cody. With my mind I can do it. Sometimes I get a writing block and then I think a little and write something I like about a lot. Never give up.


1319 Rosewood Ave henricoleman@aol.com

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Shon Parker FOURground ▪ Rosewood Drawing “Hi my name is Shon Parker. I like to draw pictures, listen to hip-hop, play video games, write notes to my girlfriend, and watch the weather. I can draw a lot of things, but not everything. This is my first time to be in an art show.”

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Bianca Neal

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill

Acrylic, pastels, digital Bianca Neal is a visual artist and illustrator. As an educator and writer, Bianca has illustrated over ten children’s books and hosts art workshops and leads mural projects for adults and children. She 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.comhopefulart.org

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Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill

Video, mixed media SaulPaul is no stranger to the world of art, having graduated from the UT Austin with a degree in convergent media, he sees visual graphics as an extension to his musical work. Combining 3D graphic animation along with photos from his travels and video creation skills, SaulPaul’s latest work, Dream in 3D, will challenge gallery viewers to Dream in 3D and make their dreams a reality.

1104 E 11th St ▪ (512) 229-8681 contact@saulpaul.com ▪ saulpaul.com



Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill

Photography DebbieJayne, photographer turned social entrepreneur, was created by the city she loves- Austin, TX. Known for capturing emotion on-stage and off through her passion in digital photography, she hopes to win over the hearts of those that also call Austin, “home.” Join this AustinGypsy™ on her journey of exploration & wonderment, through the streets, community, and the countless music venues.

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


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Carlotta Vann

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill Acrylic Carlotta uses acrylic paint to create her varied styles of paintings. She is not locked into a particular style which allows her to freely flow from each inspirational idea. She hopes her work evokes a thought provoking and emotional response or question in your own mind, however strong, however subtle that leads to your own vision field.


1104 E 11th St ▪ (512) 565-4264 carlottavann@yahoo.com ▪ carlottavannartgallery.com

Damon Moseley

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill Acrylic Damon Moseley is an artist and the Art Director of Mprintstudio; a freelance art department that utilizes a network of creatives to deliver graphics for print, digital media, and visual identity. He created the brand Afroamericana as a celebration of contributions made by Americans of African descent that help make a better American dream for everyone.


1104 E 11th St ▪ (512) 579-6517 damon_moseley@yahoo.com

Ima Neal-Jones

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill Ceramics, fabric pictures Ima focuses primarily on ceramics and creating fabric pictures. She has fun when she hand-builds and casts ceramics. Her pieces are for the home or office as well as used as decorative accent displays. When creating pictures made of different fabrics of females and nature scenes, her current interest is to use a variety of patterns, styles and colors seen in the U.S., Africa and the Caribbean.

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1104 E 11th St ▪ (512) 585-0664 ilnj@sbcglobal.net ▪ capitolviewarts.org


Claudio Lopez

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill

Silver, jewelry Designer Claudio López was born in México City and studied architecture at the University of México and anthropology at the National Institute of Anthropology. He was named Emerging Texas Artist at the 2013 Texas State Arts & Crafts Fair. In 2015, he completed his Associate of Applied Science in Jewelry. His philosophy is to make beautiful jewelry with singular designs that last a lifetime.

1104 E 11th St ▪ (512) 660-1845 info@athenasilversmith.com ▪ athenasilversmith.com


Lakeem Wilson

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill

Mixed media Lakeem makes paintings, drawings and mixed media works that utilize traditional skills and new technology. His artistry raises questions about what it means to be black in America. He is concerned about the way black bodies in our society are depicted, and interested in highlighting and re-shaping the way we perceive related images and information.

1104 E 11th St ▪ (512) 955-6993 lakeemwilson@gmail.com ▪ naturalbornstar.creativist.me


Gannon Crutcher

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill

Acrylic, ink, crayon, mixed-media collage Gannon produces commentary on social, political, theist and personal issues. His works objectify the sainthood and martyrdom and connectivity of everyday people to a universal ideology. He substitutes religious icons for more modern icons and layman forging a new visual doxology. He utilizes acrylic, ink, crayon, mixed-media collage and found objects on cardboard, paper or wood.

1104 E 11th St ▪ (646) 299-2480 gannoncrutcher@aol.com


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Ryan Runcie

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill Acrylic As a studio artist and illustrator, Ryan strives for an honesty in his work that resonates his deepest thoughts onto others. He extends his ideas through creations meant to embody the love and peace all life deserves. He merely wants to help others recognize this equality through his art. Ryan believes that once we see we control and govern our actions, we can begin to change them.


1104 E 11th St ▪ (713) 204-5667 ryan.runcie@gmail.com ▪ tanmanstudios.com

Dre Draco

Capitol View Arts presents G.I.V.E. ▪ The Historic Victory Grill Ink I have been a professional tattooist for 12yrs. I specialize in custom tattoo art. I enjoy creating art that displays contrast of different images. Such as a very soft and beautiful thing combined with that of a darker nature. Art is the artist interpretation of the actual thing I like to deviate from the norm of what people would expect and create custom tattoo art unique to each client’s body.


1104 E 11th St ▪ (512) 909-3719 flamezzzzzzzz@gmail.com

Trilby Nelson: Mixed Media and Fiber Art ▪ Take Heart Mixed media, fiber Take heart is a shop in East Austin featuring modern, handmade and vintage objects for the home and person. Take Heart regularly features the work of artists from around the world. During EAST, Take Heart is proud to be hosting the mixed media and fiber work of East Austin artist Trilby Nelson.

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

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Sculpture on the Grounds ▪ French Legation Museum Sculpture 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. On view EAST weekends from 12 - 5PM 802 San Marcos St frenchlegationmuseum.org


Jenn Daly, K. Newhouse and Robbie Ortiz Ritualistic Reliquaries Mixed media, pyography, installation, painting La Botanica Green and White hospitably opens its doors to showcase the ritualistic works of Jenn Daly, K. Newhouse, and Robbie Ortiz. Rich with natural materials and varying mediums including wood burning, painting and installation. These artists explore wealth of the spirit, its protection in magic, and its ebb and flow of love and support to and from the Saints.

1201 E 7th St ▪ (512) 472-0675 johnkinkin@sbcglobal.net

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Sebastian Foster ▪ Sebastian Foster Gallery Paintings, prints Sebastian Foster works with local, national, and international artists. The space has been located on East 6th since 2011. Sebastian Foster has developed a strong roster of emerging and established artists. The artists represented reflect a broad range of ideas and style. Sebastian Foster is also a print studio with thousands of prints on hand. SF has published over 500 editions since 2008.

900 E 6th St, Ste 103 ▪ (512) 789-7772 lad@sebastianfoster.com ▪ sebastianfoster.com

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Austin Art Refugees The North Door Various The Austin Art Refugees have transformed The North Door into a creative hub of twenty impressive and diverse artists. This collaboration provides exposure for twenty professional artists and offers a unique experience to attendees. The artistically curious are invited to peruse and purchase a variety of high-quality, original artwork, enjoy a drink, and listen to live music.


502 Brushy St austinartrefugees@gmail.com ▪ austinartrefugees.com

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Ann Alva Wieding Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Solar and lunar photography printed on metal I am a photographer that is captivated by the patterns that emanate from nature. I strive to capture and display the visual drama that is the interplay between light and color. I focus my lens on a moment in time where the light emanating from the Sun and the Moon may never be the same again. I then printed on metal in order to share the radiance of the light from that moment with the viewer.


502 Brushy St ▪ (503) 449-4147 bigredmuse@gmail.com ▪ bigredmuse.com

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Judy Paul Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Mixed media collage painting Over the years I’ve tried to develop a process that helps me to stay engaged and energized from the start to the finish of a painting. The excitement, energy and happiness that I experience while working is something I hope is passed on to the viewer.

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502 Brushy St ▪ (512) 507-8199 judy@judypaul.com ▪ judypaul.com


Dyan Dahlberg Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Oil, mixed media 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.

502 Brushy St ▪ (512) 657-3101 dyan.dahlberg@gmail.com ▪ dyandahlberg.artspan.com

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Patrick Moran Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Painting, drawing Exploring the connection between abstraction and form my work utilizes several mediums; ink, watercolor, and acrylic paint are used most prominently. Initially creating abstract compositions I overlay a gestured form or carve one out using the existing color and shape. My work is a study of creation and completion and the balance in between.

502 Brushy St ▪ (219) 241-2799 pmoran12@gmail.com

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Drew Hood Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Acrylic My current explorations in abstract painting come from an interest in the relationship between digital and analog tools of representation. In some areas the hard-edge geometry appears to be a field of pixels, while others evoke a kind of atmospheric virtual reality. I like to think of the work as something Frank Stella might create today if he were influenced by contemporary street art.

502 Brushy St ▪ (330) 221-4882 jdehood@gmail.com ▪ drew-hood.com


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The exhibition is organized by Americas Society, Inc., and made possible by the generous support of the National Endowment for the Arts; the New York State Council on the Arts; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; PRISA/Santillana USA; SRE/ AMEXCID – CONACULTA – INBA and the Mexican Cultural Institute of New York; Jaime and Raquel Gilinski; Mex-Am Cultural Foundation; and Grupo DIARQ. Support for the exhibition at the Blanton is provided in part by Isabella Hutchinson and Diego Gradowczyk. Media Sponsor: Univision Alfredo Boulton, Pampatar, ca. 1953, Photograph of the living room of Alfredo Boulton’s beach house, Margarita Island, Venezuela, designed by Miguel Arroyo, Collection: Fundación Alberto Vollmer, Caracas

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

Cori Wilbanks Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Sterling silver, steel, wood I strive to create elegant and unique pieces of jewelry and sculpture drawing upon the soft curves of art nouveau, the hard edges of art deco, and the natural beauty of organics. My objective is to evoke rhythm and motion into permanent forms.


502 Brushy St ▪ (432) 935-3474 cori.wilbanks@gmail.com ▪ coriwilbanks.com

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Dave McClinton Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Printed matter My work is influenced by my 20+ year career as a graphic designer. I’m either abstracting landscapes or speaking on cultural issues with human figures and faces. I want to show you something familiar and then alter your perspective. These shapes, bodies and “views” are familiar but I want you to think about your own experiences. That’s where your own vision governs your relationship with the art.


502 Brushy St ▪ (512) 750-9956 dave@dmdesigninc.com ▪ davemcclinton.com

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Zachary Hetlage Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Video art Zachary Hetlage is an Austin based filmmaker working along side fellow members of the Spectrum Production Company. Through experimenting with frame rates and practical visual effects, they contrast modern visual elements with traditional cinematic techniques to explore the personal metamorphosis that is associated with forced migration.

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502 Brushy St ▪ (770) 815-7695 zhetlage@icloud.com ▪ zacharyhetlage.com

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Robert Cameron Connelly Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Photography Robert Cameron Connelly is an experimental, large-format photographer, employing processes that meld analog photography with painting - in camera. His work explores themes of existence, transformation, and the boundless possibilities of human cognition, bridging our temporal reality with imaginative views of an astral existence.

502 Brushy St ▪ (864) 978-9446 robertcameronconnelly@gmail.com ▪ robertcameronconnelly.com

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Robert Lee Summerlin Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Oil on panel Robert Lee Summerlin is a portrait painter who approaches his work with the mindset of an athlete. Valuing the physical nature of painting, he utilizes every muscle in his body to attack his panels with bold colors and dynamic marks. This transference of energy into his pieces gives his figures the liveliness he believes they deserve.

502 Brushy St ▪ (912) 596-5139 robertleesummerlin@gmail.com ▪ robertleesummerlin.com

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Hanna Bernbaum Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Charcoal, marker, ink, graphite Hanna Bernbaum applies whimsical abstraction to feelings of vulnerability or awkwardness experienced in dreams. Oftentimes her subject matter has exaggerated parts or is in anatomical decay. In her ink drawings, Bernbaum performs surgery between fragments of the figurative, fibrous and geological, revealing a reduced and iconographic vocabulary of people and bizarre habits she observes.

502 Brushy St ▪ (951) 897-8981 hanna.bernbaum@utexas.edu


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Eli Halpin Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Oil, mixed media Eli Halpin grew up in Alaska and now lives and paints full time in Austin Texas. She focuses on the face expressions of animals while enjoying and celebrating their paws, cheeks, whiskers, claws, hooves, antlers, horns and tusks. Eli’s paintings tell stories of living together, working together, eating together, the sacredness of food, friendship, family, sharing and the cycle of life and death.


502 Brushy St eli@elihalpin.com ▪ elihalpin.com

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Elisabeth Wilborn Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Oil on canvas My present focus is on expressionistic portraiture. Using a style known as “alla prima”, it is critical that I do not put the brush down until the work is complete. Immediacy keeps paint alive and energy in the moment. I work mostly from live models, but utilize photographs when Ted Cruz and Andy Cohen are unavailable to sit for me. I am currently interested in themes of power and vulnerability.


502 Brushy St elisabethwilborn@gmail.com ▪ elisabethwilborn.com

Maria Fernanda Soltero Austin Art Refugees ▪ The North Door Fibers, multimedia María Fernanda Soltero is a fiber and multimedia artist who produces impeccably crafted work that exalts the beauty of the chaotic uncertainty found in our thoughts. Currently expanding on her “Monsters” series, María Fernanda manipulates fiber materials to transform distorted memories into sculptural beings.

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502 Brushy St mafe.soltero@gmail.com ▪ mariafernandasoltero.com

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Polly Morwood and Michelle Shwartz Romance of the Rose ▪ Companion Mixed media Romance of the Rose is a collaborative collection of work by Michelle Schwartz and Polly Morwood. This series of work was inspired by the poem written in the middle ages, Romance of the Rose is the personification of Nature making birds, animals and people. The artists have infused their similar views on nature as well as succefully encapsulating their diversity in this collection.

908 E 5th St ▪ (512) 695-8552 pollymorwood@gmail.com ▪ seedsthenroots.com

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Ana Villagomez ▪ Farewell Books Sculptural installation ANA VILLAGOMEZ received her BFA in sculpture from the University of Houston in 2013. Her work has been shown at David Shelton Gallery, The Joanna and more. Ana Villagomez is based in Houston. FAREWELL BOOKS is a progressive new and used bookshop and art gallery in the city of Austin, Texas. Founded in February 2013 by Travis Kent & Mikaylah Bowman.

913 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 473-2665 info@farewellbookstore.com ▪ farewellbookstore.com

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Wade ArtRoom Austin ▪ From The Middle Painting, illustration, video, music box From The Middle: Conceived on the creative side, processed with intuition and artistic intelligence, executed with skill. A thoughtful group of artists making compelling work that is beautiful, intriguing, and a little curious. This show is sure to leave you wanting more. Artists: Chris Celusniak, Valentina Dorsa, Erin Edwards, Yuliya Lanina, Angela Mathias, Megan Merrill, Marie Tobola.

81 San Marcos St, Ste D ▪ (512) 516-1022 info@wadeart.gallery.com ▪ wadeart.gallery.com


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Yuliya Lanina From The Middle ▪ Wade ArtRoom Austin Paintings, animation Born in Russia, Yuliya Lanina relocated from New York City to Austin, where she now lives and works. Her work ranges from paintings and mechanical sculptures to animations and video. Her creatures and their stories move freely between logical and illogical, realistic and illusory, predictable and surprising, representing life that can only be lived, but never understood.


81 San Marcos St, Ste D ▪ (646) 209-9905 yuliyalanina@gmail.com ▪ yuliyalanina.com

Marie Tobola From the Middle ▪ Wade ArtRoom Austin Charcoal, oil I make figurative oil paintings. I went to The School of the Art Institute of Chicago BFA 2006. I have done all kinds of commissions and mural work. Primarily I sit in a corner and try to translate the silliness in my head onto a surface.


81 San Marcos St, Ste D ▪ (512) 696-5079 marie.tobola@gmail.com

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Erin Edwards From The Middle ▪ Wade ArtRoom Austin Oil on linen My artwork is the expression of my lifelong need to know and understand others profoundly, a desire for intimacy. Prior to painting, I studied clinical psychology, which taught me that human beings long to be mirrored by others. In my paintings, I seek always to provide this recognition of basic and unique humanity while also making myself known to others.

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81 San Marcos St, Ste D ▪ (512) 516-1022 erin@erinedwardsstudio.com ▪ erinedwardsstudio.com

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Valentina Dorsa From The Middle ▪ Wade ArtRoom Austin Painting My snapshot paintings, small and intimate, reflect our increasingly intertwined relationship with one another via the likes of Instagram and Twitter. My Drip Paintings, inspired by my experiences in Shanghai, explore the fragility of the human body and its make-up, gravity and weight organically guiding the paint on the canvas.

81 San Marcos St, Ste D ▪ (512) 568-7586 valentina.dorsa@yahoo.com ▪ valentinadorsa.com

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The SHOW On The Road Ami Plasse ▪ Angry Cloud & the Automatic Sharpie Drawings, prints, paintings, digital animation Angry Cloud & The Automatic Sharpie is an exhibition of drawings and animation by New York transplant, Ami Plasse. Ami is compelled to hyper-document the sights and sounds of real life through live drawing of the world around him. Capturing these unique moments in time, the pieces tell a bigger story as a body. The literal and abstract collide and sometimes cut a rug in Ami’s collective.

1010 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (206) 355-7353 karen@theshowontheroad.com ▪ theshowontheroad.com

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Tina Weitz ▪ Pola-Vision II Austin Public Library: Terrazas Branch Photography A continuation of her Pola-Vision Series, Tina Weitz is working with the last of her expired Polaroid Time-Zero film, nearly a decade old, to capture images of today that conjure the vanishing past. The film ceased manufacture and expired in 2006. The resulting images often fight to the surface with failing chemistry, reminding us our present becomes past in the time it takes to press a shutter.

1105 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 294-9550 tinaweitzphotography@gmail.com ▪ tinaweitz.com


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Teresa Cantu ▪ En Dehors Fast Folks Acrylic on canvas and paper The technique of classical ballet with the use of pigment and pointe shoes is what you will find in Teresa Cantu’s abstract creations. Documenting the geometry, patterns, and expressive nature of ballet via en pointe using acrylic is another realm one can see the performing art form of ballet in a concrete abstract medium. The canvas is the stage and the patterns are the dance.


1201 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (361) 463-9625 teresayogaandart@gmail.com

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The Gallery @ LewisCarnegie ▪ Pack Film Pack Pack film Positives, negatives, prints and misprints. Pack Film Pack is Sean Carnegie, Craig Crutchfield, Bart Kibbe, Tim Kerr and Woody Welch. Our fifth year on the tour, we invite you to hang out, hear music, have a beverage, put your feet up and buy some art. Check our website for a schedule of lectures and demos.


1312 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 708-1128 gallery@lewiscarnegie.com ▪ gallery.lewiscarnegie.com

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VM Fisk Semi-order ▪ Proper Mixed media painting and sculpture My work is an abstraction of what surrounds me, the confusion and discovery of daily life simplified into shape, line and color. Evolving disorder into semi-order, finding pattern in chaos. I build the world around me.

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1312 E Cesar Chavez St vmfisk.art@gmail.com ▪ vmfisk.com


The 4 Amigos: Isuan, Joser, J Tello, Sparkeye TOPS Acrylic, charcoal 4 Artists, 1 goal: To Rock the East Austin Studio Tour: Isuan, Joser, J Tello, and Sparkeye. Themes will feature pop art, aliens, real life Austin, and explosions on canvas. The exhibition space, TOPS (Texas Office Products & Supply), is a massive warehouse full of additional prints, artwork, frames etc. A fun filled stop on your way to the next spot on the tour!

1300 E 5th St ▪ (512) 472-1340 josem@topstexas.com ▪ topstexas.com

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Elaine Alba ▪ LOOP OF FAITH Yarn, recycled T-shirts, bags My crochet work is my passion. If I could no longer do it any more it would be very difficult for me to accept. I always have two or three projects working at one time. I love making gifts for family and friends. My favorite items to crochet are baby blankets. I am always amazed how something so beautiful is created from a single strand of yarn that I manipulated to an end result.

1500 E 4th St ▪ (512) 940-0869 elaine.alba@g.austincc.edu

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Gloria Watson ▪ Renee’s Unique Dolls Acrylic paints, canvas, wire My work is a combination of all my skills of drawing, painting, sewing and sculpting. My medium is primarily acrylic paints on canvas supported by wire sculpture. However, I do paint 2-D pictures and sculpt from a variety of other materials. Art is a ministry for me and I reach out to all viewers.

1500 E 4th St airolgeener@gmail.com

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EAST Group Exhibition Various The East Austin Studio Tour Group Exhibition captures the tour in one expansive show. With nearly 300 EAST artists participating, you can explore a wide range of media and styles in small format to discover your favorite EAST artists. Catalogs and maps will be provided to help you better plan your tour. Works in the group exhibition are for sale and a portion of the proceeds benefit Big Medium.


1500 E 4th St ▪ (512) 939-6665 east@bigmedium.org ▪ east.bigmedium.org

Kris Chau ▪ As Above So Below Busy-Being Painting, drawing, printed matter, wood, installation This show as well as all of the artwork I have been doing during the year draws from various indigenous cultures and their stories that explain the relationship between man and our world and inevitably each other as people. They are made to invoke a story and hopefully its somewhere between yours and mine.


1601 E 5th St, Ste 102 (enter on Comal St) ▪ (512) 879-4742 hello@busy-being.com ▪ busy-being.com

ASOP: Student Work ▪ Austin School of Photography Digital photographic prints ASOP maintains that the photographer’s task is to understand the physical properties of light, space, and movement, and then to sculpt them into a meaningful experience for the viewer. As this medium is governed equally by manipulable physics, as well as by the current state of communicative syntax, a photographer must understand, and then master, both. We nurture this mindset in our students.

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


Little Pink Monster Gallery ▪ #gold_on_gold_on_gold Santa Cruz Cultural Center Painting, collage, found object, sculpture, performance, poetry Little Pink Monster Gallery is a non traditional art gallery presenting the exhibition #gold_on_gold_on_gold at The Santa Cruz Center for Culture featuring local counterculture (read: gangsta) artists. Wear your gold, bring your bling! Briar Bonifacio (@dearninja) and Manik Raj Nakra (@smallest_m) for Little Pink Monster Gallery (@lpmartgallery) #littlepinkmonstergallery #gold_on_gold_on_ gold

1805 E 7th St ▪ (512) 810-8281 littlepinkmonster512@gmail.com ▪ littlepinkmonster.gallery

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Jason Archer and Josh Row ▪ Dario’s Last Rodeo Acrylic, oil, canvas, design, mural, drawing, mixed media Jason Archer is an American visual artist and leading pioneer of the contemporary art scene in Austin, Texas. His work fuses Pop Art and cultural archetypes to create modern myths that reimagine historical events, natural phenomena or existing ritual. Josh Row is the Design Director of No Comply Skate Shop and the Creative behind DANG! Collectively, they operate Show Goat Mural Works. joshrow.com

1800 E 6th St ▪ (512) 560-2080 designatedbadass@gmail.com ▪ jasonarcher.co

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Rachel Guest ▪ Dario’s Last Rodeo Oils, acrylics, canvas Bold brisk movements, large and playful, lead to the steady flow of refinement and attention to detail within each piece, each expressing the underlying story of Rachel’s journey.

1800 E 6th St ▪ (512) 468-5254 rachelguest13@gmail.com ▪ rachelguest.com


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Andrew Hamra: Waves Carved in Stone Stone Wave Gallery Stone Andrew Hamra is an inventor, surfer, and drummer. He has found stone to be the perfect medium to blend these passions into the the creation of art. The act of creating while visualizing beautiful waves and working in the rhythm of stone is deeply transformational.


1715 E 6th, #212 ▪ (512) 657-7057 andrewhamra@gmail.com ▪ stonewavesculptures.com

The WIP Creative Group Exhibition RCR ATX Studio Lounge Various The WIP Creative is a new group of Austin artists. Though their ideas and intentions vary, they support one another through encouragement and critique. Showing in WIP’s first exhibition: Karina Figueroa: oil paintings on canvas; Jenny Granberry: acrylic and watercolor paintings; Kelli McDonald: etched/dyed eggshells; Lindsay Welch: acrylic paintings on vintage fabric; and Michelle Schwartz: mixed media.


301 Chicon St, Ste B thewipcreative@gmail.com ▪ thewipcreative.com

Chicon Collective Photography, painting, mixed media, digital, video/film The Chicon Collective is an open, experimental community in East Austin’s old Third Street Bus Depot. Scrappy, relaxed, and a little dorky, we’re designers and developers, lovers and fighters, musicians and makers, hackers and bakers, saints and transgressors. We’re all really different, but we’re working together to make the world a little more beautiful and a lot more interesting.

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301 Chicon St, Ste C & D amanda@chicon.co ▪ chicon.co

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CAMIBAart CAMIBAart Selected Gallery Artists Paint, ink, paper, wax, monfilament, plexiglas, cardboard Specializing in regional concept driven contemporary art with a focus on materials, an emphasis on the quality of craft, and an attention to detail. This group exhibit includes a wide variety of materials and methods. Gallery artists showcased include: Margaret Smithers-Crump, Katy David, Orna Feinstein, Ender Martos, Winston Lee Mascarenhas, Rebecca Rothfus Harrell, & Charlotte Smith.

2000 E 6th St troycampa@camibaart.com ▪ camibaart.com

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Art From the Streets Pop-Up Exhibition ▪ CAMIBAart Acrylic on paper, photography, metal work, mixed media, drawing For 23 years, homeless or formerly homeless persons have found free open studio sessions hosted by Art From the Streets. Join us DEC 5-6 at the Austin Convention Center for our Annual Show and Sale with all proceeds going to our artists. Two weeks prior we’re part of EAST for the third year. Get Art and Give Hope at the AFTS Pop-Up Exhibition at CAMIBAart, 2000 E 6th Street, Austin, TX 78702

2000 E 6th St ▪ (512) 925-6450 director@artfromthestreets.org ▪ artfromthestreets.org

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Drew Riley Gender Portraits ▪ Link & Pin Acrylic on canvas Transgender artist, Drew Riley, chronicles gender diverse people through captivating figurative paintings alongside intimate written stories in her series, Gender Portraits.

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


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Maria Lyle Link & Pin Pastel, oil paintings I realized after creating hundreds of pastels in swirling strokes of pure color,these woman images, are all about me. And my emotions when I am creating my art work. The animals held by the woman, the flowers that I love to grow in my garden, the halos that radiate, the eyes that are meloncholy, passionate, and caring reveal me. Each one is a part of what I feel about life around me.


2235 E 6th St, Ste 102 ▪ (512) 293-9712 mtlyle@aol.com ▪ marialyle.com

Leslie Kell: Dreamscapes Link & Pin Digital photo collage, mixed media I’ve created virtual environments using digital collage and original photography. Natural elements and textures have been melded with architecture to create a new perception of the world. In addition to my EAST venue, I will also have a large solo show at the Dougherty Arts Center on Barton Springs during November and December. Check my website for details.


2235 E 6th St, Ste 102 ▪ (512) 917-0104 kellcreative@gmail.com ▪ lesliekell.com

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Connie Miller Organic Abstracts Link & Pin Oil impasto on gallery wrapped canvas Organic Abstract paintings give the viewer a feeling of place, experience, time. I paint in impasto style, with lush swaths of oil paint, to represent these feelings.

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

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Neena Buxani Link & Pin Acrylic paint, gouache My paintings take the viewer on a very tactile and vivid journey. I enjoy using different techniques and mediums to create visually interesting compositions--a juxtaposition of intense colors and inviting textures regardless of the subject. I invite you to drop in the vibrant world I enter when I create.

2235 E 6th St, Ste 102 ▪ (512) 587-1151 neenasart@gmail.com ▪ neenabuxani.com

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Kathi Herrin Clay Works by Kathi Herrin ▪ Link & Pin Ceramics After working with other mediums for several years, I discovered clay in 2012 and have placed my focus on ceramics. Working in 3D is just so much more gratifying to me. Ever evolving and curious about the medium, I continue to explore form and function in one way or another, whether the work is functional or sculptural, carefully planned or spontaneous and intuitive.

2235 E 6th St, Ste 102 ▪ (512) 775-0458 realgalleryaustin@gmail.com ▪ realgalleryaustin.com

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Jill Robinson Link & Pin Reed, hardwood, gourds, pine needles, antlers Award winning handwoven baskets and handcrafted gourd art. Texture, color and design, whether contemporary or traditional, inspire my creativity.

2235 E 6th St, Ste 102 ▪ (512) 203-1190 jillbasket@gmail.com ▪ onebasket.net


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Sharon Bibbee Link & Pin Arcylic paint My art is a lively and full of color. Art is a therapeutic method of expressing on canvas what I feel in life such as joy and love. I love the color, movement, and excitement of completing my vision to share with others.


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

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Clara Newby Link & Pin Watercolor, acrylic, mixed media collage Wildflower Center artist of the year shares her love of Texas wildflowers and blooming plants.


2235 E 6th St, Ste 102 ▪ claranewby.com

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Logan Ganshirt An exhibit of mostly funny faces ▪ Link & Pin Watercolor, pen and ink, digital Link & Pin Gallery and Logan Ganshirt present: An exhibition of mostly funny faces in traditional and digital media.

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2235 E 6th St, Ste 102 ▪ (512) 963-1882 loganganshirt@gmail.com ▪ loganganshirt.com

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Refreshments Provided: The Art of Making Abject Perch CoWorking Mixed, multi media We are neighborhood shared workspace that houses & embraces local and visiting artists for your viewing pleasure.

2235 E 6th St, Ste 107 ▪ (512) 779-3046 hello@perchcoworking.com ▪ perchcoworking.com

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Marcy Ann Villafaña Perch CoWorking Charcoal, conté, paper, acrylic paint, photography, inks Marcy Ann Villafaña works in a variety of mediums, including charcoal, conté, paper, paint, inks, and photography. Currently she is enjoying a rebirth of her creative outlets. Marcy Ann is exploring an old love for drawing through anatomical studies of bone and muscle, leading to enhancements in the quality of her paper art, which is now driving the exploration into the three-dimensional area.

2235 E 6th St, Ste 107 ▪ (512) 619-8911 marcy@marcy.net ▪ villafanaart.com

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The work of Matthew and Chloe Warren Law Office of Melynda Nuss Painting, sculpture Works of husband/wife artists Matthew Warren and Chloe Cooke-Warren. Matthew explores geometric shape through unconventional materials and found objects. He pays special attention to extending the life of otherwise overlooked materials. Chloe studied at the Pratt Institute in New York, and her paintings are inspired by the diverse landscapes and colorful characters of Brooklyn and Manhattan.

2104 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ matthewmichaelwarren.com


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Prizer Gallery

Abe Louise Young ▪ Poet to Poet: A Friendship in Exquisite Letters Writing, drawing When poets Abe Louise Young & Alan Shefsky began a letter correspondence in 1999, magic happened; it became their main artistic vehicle until Skefsky’s death. This show highlights their verbal play, struggles in honesty, & process of becoming confidantes. Visitors are invited to write letters of their own for the gallery to stamp & mail. Receiving a letter can be a true delight- surprise someone!


2023 E Cesar Chavez St prizeraustin@gmail.com

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grayDUCK Gallery ▪ Jonas Criscoe & Brian Johnson Mixed media, ink drawing, painting Grayduck’s current show features large scale, silkscreen and mixed media works by Jonas Criscoe depicting nature’s ability to reclaim abandoned human structures, and ink on mylar drawings by master printmaker Brian Johnson, using layered imagery to references pop culture in sinister yet humorous ways. Limited edition prints by both artists will also be available.


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

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Mandiflora ▪ Esquina Tango Performing arts, floral design Esquina Tango is a non-profit organization striving to build a vibrant and diverse community in East Austin and beyond through performing arts and Latin American traditions. Mandiflora will be featuring floral and plant designs, as well as presenting a unique twist of living art through the motion of music and dance.

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209 Pedernales St ▪ (512) 524-2772 info@esquinatangoaustin.com ▪ esquinatangoaustin.com


East Side Collective Residential and commercial architecture design collective of architects + engineers + lawyers + contractors + photographers

2400 Cesar Chavez St, Ste 302 info@eastsidecollective.com ▪ eastsidecollective.com

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Art Gallery at Soma Vida Mixed media The Art Gallery of Soma Vida proudly offers conscious, colorful artworks with bold and inspired techniques. Formerly the UpCollective, our space continues to support local fine artists. Each artist welcomes you into an authentic creative culture. Explore personal insights as well as process and share their spark! Best of all, you will find an amazing variety of work available for purchase in a range of sizes and prices.

2324 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 560-7924 gallerybyjeana@gmail.com ▪ somavida.net

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Dawn Winter Art Gallery at Soma Vida Acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas and paper My love of color, layers and texture are reflected in my paintings. During the creative process, I especially enjoy being spontaneous and using my intuition to create paintings with a balanced sense of color, depth and patterns. I tend to gravitate towards painting both abstract and landscape abstract paintings and find this to be a welcome departure from the day to day details of living.

2324 Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 923-1527 dawnwinterart@gmail.com ▪ dawnwinter.net


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Linda Dillon Eclectic Glass Glass, wood, paint, beads, antlers My experience as a graphic designer has taught me to be creative with glass, antlers, wood, beads, paint and combine it into a one of a kind chime. Depending on your choice for display this will optimize the prism reflections from the glass while maximizing the soothing and relaxing sound experience. Other creations include cheese trays, coasters, citronella oil lamps and themed terrariums.


2112 A Haskel St ▪ (512) 450-8031 eclecticglass@gmail.com

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The Room Gallery Mixed media, photography, sculpture, painting The Room Gallery is a collective of emerging artists looking to showcase their work. Artists Juan Carlos Cazares, Randy Conner, Mr. Mosca, Yui Sakamoto, Juan Carlos Zermeño and Daniel HG 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

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Randy Conner The Room Gallery Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas Randy Conner is a self-taught artist living in Austin. His work is bold, bright, and cryptic. With many hidden themes and messages and bizarre imagery, his paintings demand much more than a quick glance. Working primarily in acrylic paint and oil pastels, Conner strives to create images that are difficult to forget. He says, “I want the viewer to feel drawn in, confused, excited, and energized.”

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

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Juan Carlos Zermeno ▪ Eureka The Room Gallery Photography The photographic work of Juan Carlos Zermeno is developed based on the documentation of small details in familiar places. From small in-situ compositions he manages to contextualize a series of images of nondescript appearance, placing some elements found in front of his camera to achieve some sort of record of an ephemeral action that results in an image that often emphasizes circular designs.

2712 Willow St ▪ (512) 435-1402 zerjuancarlos@gmail.com ▪ topoluz.com

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MASS Gallery Maura Murnane ▪ Fashion Island Mounted inkjet prints Titled after shopping districts in the Orange County area, the show consists of oversize prints made from a set of consecutively shot images. Each set is condensed into a single frame and expanded to larger-than-life size. A flux of lossiness appears as waves of high and low detail expanding outwards. Digital, primordial slush piles. There is a suggestion of figures on a field—people, sort of.

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

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Wonderwall Studio A Study of Masculine and Feminine Contrasts Fine art printing featuring unique materials Amy Bautz exhibits a confident, swooping style that veers unexpectedly into the abstract with a liquidity that seduces us into a world of voluptuous forms from the plant and animal kingdoms. Ben Mosley captures the energy, passion and movement of athletic display and popular culture in what may be described as figurative, cubist and abstract expressionist, each with a story to tell.

507 Calles St, Ste 109 ▪ (866) 610-3540 info@wonderwallstudio.com ▪ wonderwallstudio.com


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The art of Daniel HG Austin Public Library: Cepeda Branch Acrylic on paper Designer and graphic artist, 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 art and participate in different expositions, both individual and collective, in his native Mexico as well as in the United States.


651 N Pleasant Valley Rd ▪ (512) 435-1402 theroomatx@gmail.com ▪ theroomgalleryatx.com/daniel-hg

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Nancy Mims ▪ The Sky Looms Utility Research Garden Photographic prints on cloth, thread, found objects Nancy Mims returns to the Utility Research Garden with The Sky Looms, a new collection of photographic works on cloth. This collection centers around observations of the sky: a paradoxically stable and constant presence full of dramatic and unpredictable changes, a source of solace, deep mystery and beauty and sometimes frightening power and chaos.


638 Tillery St, (garden behind Foxtrot Bravo Alpha) ▪ (512) 293-5235 nancy@nancymims.com ▪ nancymims.com

Ramona Fabregas Recent Works Utility Research Garden Paper, cardboard, tape, paint, wood, words Ramona Fabregas earned a BFA from Syracuse University and was awarded a residency at Glassell School of Art, MFA Houston. A Texas resident for over 25 yrs, she’s worked in the film, theater, and computer game industries. Intrigued by language and narratives of all sorts, Ramona Fabregas is a mother, artist and writer, currently residing in Western MA.

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LUPE Arte and Latinitas ▪ The Art of Empowerment Chalk, oil, pastel, acrylics, watercolor, photography, animation LUPE Arte, Latinitas & The Edge of Imagination Station are community-based organizations that empower youth through art education, media & technology. This exhibit features work from art instructors Maria Guadalupe C., Johnny Villarreal, the students & partner Adan Hernandez. Come see artwork inspired by sacred dreams, storytelling, the Chicano experience & the unique experiences of young Latinas.

4926 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 407-9911 lupearte@mygrande.net ▪ lupearte.net

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Jennie Tudor Gray and Westview Middle School Austin Public Library: Ruiz Branch Variety Jennie Tudor Gray is an Artist and Arts Educator. She is pleased to be showcasing her work and that of her students from Westview Middle School in Pflugerville ISD.

1600 Grove Blvd ▪ (512) 974-7500 ms.jennie.gray@gmail.com ▪ jennietudorgray.com

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Art Therapy Austin: Community Art Interactive Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Art Therapy Austin, a healing resource for the Austin community, offers individual and group Art Therapy, talks, & exhibitions. Deanna Miesch, artist, Art Therapist and founder of Art Therapy Austin will exhibit new photographs and other works. She and her colleagues invite the community to make collective art to be exhibited in the gallery 1-3pm. Change your world and the world changes with you.

1200 E 11th St, Ste 109 arttherapyaustin.com

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Art + Music = An Ortega Happening Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Some would say that the neighborhood around our school has changed drastically over the last few years, but in many ways it stays strong and rooted in valuable community traditions and cultures. We would like to welcome you to one of the neighborhood’s longest standing structures, Ortega Elementary, as a way for community members longstanding and new alike to come together and celebrate.

1135 Garland Ave ortegaartstudio.com

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Terri Thomas • “See What’s Good Anymore” • Canopy Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 12:00 - 5:00 PM The title taken from the movie “Basquiat” sets the stage for an Invitational for the EAST community to engage in a painting collaboration for work to be considered for a future installation. “My work is about contrast/duality, originality and subjectivity. For the Tour, I search for ways to engage & collaborate with my peers & viewership.” Thomas has had numerous museum & gallery exhibits in Miami, LA, Chicago, DC, Houston, Austin & NY. #territhomas 916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 1, #101 terri@territhomasart.com ▪ territhomasart.com


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Austin Creative Alliance Opening Party Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 2:00 - 6:00 PM Please join Austin Creative Alliance for an afternoon cocktail party celebrating the work of JLC Art and Wade Art Room. The party will be held in the courtyard of 81 San Marcos Street. Austin Creative Alliance will be raffling off art to raise money in support of EAST.


81 San Marcos St ▪ (512) 247-2531 membership@austincreativealliance.org ▪ austincreativealliance.org

The Lion’s Nest • First Anniversary Printmaking Party! Saturday, NOV 14 ▪ 5:00 - 10:00 PM The Lion’s Nest Gallery and Printshop is celebrating its first anniversary with a bang! T-shirt printing! Printmaking demos! Liive music from singer songwriter Katie Stewart from 6-7pm! Live performance by The Amazing Hancock Brothers at 9pm! OPEN FOR THE TOUR FROM 12-6 BOTH WEEKENDS! Explore our printshop and amazing collection of hand wrought jewelry, artisan ceramics, fine art prints, and more!


1008 E 6th St ▪ (521) 220-7270 johanna@thelionsnest.com ▪ thelionsnest.com

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Omission • Juan Carlos Deleon Saturday, NOV 14-15 ▪ 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Omission is the deletion of open space; a once undefined and amorphous volume is captured and given definition. It is the consumption of openness. Omission is an art installation of twenty 10’ inflatable white spheres which can be arranged in various configurations. Omission is an original work commissioned by the City of Austin and Art in Public Places.

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2320 Rosewood Ave, Boggy Creek Greenbelt Park ▪ (713) 471-7941 juan@juancarlosdeleon.com ▪ juancarlosdeleon.com


HOPE Farmers Market Sunday, NOV 15 ▪ 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM The Sunday market is a weekly showcase, featuring a diverse selection of farmers, food artisans & artists, educational programming, community outreach and great live music. It was recently named the 9th Best Farmers Market in America!

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

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The Tufted Door Exhibition Sunday, NOV 15 ▪ 12:00 - 8:00 PM The Tufted Door creates stylish, sustainable/biodegradable furniture with no fire retardant chemicals. Each unique piece is of heirloom quality and designed to last generations. The frames are constructed with FSC certified hardwoods, skillfully upholstered with sustainable or recycled materials and filled with 100% certified organic latex. Beautiful, unique, eco-friendly furniture for Austin.

1208 Garden St ▪ (512) 569-5353 rosemary@thetufteddoor.com ▪ thetufteddoor.com


LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivor Art Gallery Sunday, 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 or contribute one of your own. Food and refreshments will be available throughout the event.

2201 E 6th St ▪ (512) 236-8820 livestrong@livestrong.org ▪ livestrong.org

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little e.a.s.t. Saturday, NOV 21 ▪ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Little e.a.s.t. is a collaborative showcase at Blackshear Elementary Fine Arts Academy featuring East Austin student artwork. The 3rd annual “little e.a.s.t.” event is packed full of fun for any art lover. Bring your child for the unveiling of Hatch Workshop’s unique storytelling chair sculpture with community storytellers, student performances from Shakespeare, musical performances by S.W.A.N., craft stations, and much more!


1712 E 11th St ▪ (512) 414-2021 elisabeth.healey@austinisd.org ▪ blackshearyellowjackets.org

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Image and Identity: Serie in Review Saturday, NOV 21 ▪ 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM For the past 22 years, Coronado Studio has been home to the Serie Project which gave underrepresented artists a rare opportunity to learn to work in the serigraph method while broadcasting their talent and message to their community. Come to see Sam Coronado’s legacy in person at our event featuring printing demonstration and student commemorative works.


6603 Felix Ave ▪ (512) 385-3591 admisitrative@serieproject.org ▪ serieproject.org

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Beverly Kemp • Hotel Vegas Saturday, NOV 21 ▪ 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM Artist Beverly Kemp’s one day show at Hotel Vegas, displaying a selection of recent pieces that encompasses loved one portraits, important events in her history and abstract visions of the future.

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1500 E 6th St co@cokatrevino.com


Gerardo Arellano • Hotel Vegas Saturday, NOV 21 ▪ 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM Born in 1980, Torreon Coahuila Mexico and grew up in Monclova Coahuila Mexico, in 1998 he moved to Monterrey where he lived 7 years and studied Visual Arts at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon; he lived mostly of his life in the northern parts of Mexico, he identifies himself with the Norteno/border culture.

1500 E 6th St ▪ (512) 351-0767 gerardoarellano1@gmail.com ▪ gerardoarellanoart.tumblr.com

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Kealing Visual Arts Exhibition Saturday, NOV 21 ▪ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM In Kealing’s art program, students learn new techniques and sharpen their skills while exploring art history and making 2D and 3D compositions. The Kealing Visual Arts Program is proud to involve the students in community shows and competitions such as EAST Side Studio Tour, Youth Art Month, and Jr Visual Arts Scholastic Event.

1607 Pennsylvania Ave kealingart.weebly.com

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Under the Overpass at SkyLines Saturday, NOV 21 and Sunday, NOV 22 ▪ 7:00 PM and 8:00 PM Under the Overpass at SkyLines, is a collaboration between Dance Waterloo and Cindertalk. The performance will interact with Melissa Borrell and Hanna Lupico’s piece, SkyLines, a sculpture installation commissioned by the City of Austin and AIPP in Austin’s Boggy Creek Park. Cindertalk, a multi-instrumentalist in Portland, Oregon, will compose and perform two musical selections for Dance Waterloo.

1114 Nile St ▪ (850) 758-5609 teelmorgan@gmail.com


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Hops for HOPE: Art & Beer Bazaar Sunday, NOV 22 ▪ 4:00 - 10:00 PM It is a visual journal rather than one of words.


1100 E 5th St info@hopecampaign.org ▪ hopecampaign.org

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Cosmo Futura Sunday, NOV 22 ▪ 6:00 - 9:00 PM The designs of Echo Higuchi embody both Eastern and Western influence, where sacred meets utility and simple lines shape light and shadow in both wearable art and space design. We’ll be transforming our space for this one night happening; ordinary surfaces become animated through projection and Echo’s unique aesthetic vision comes to life during live performances!



2109 E Cesar Chavez St ▪ (512) 344-9173 allyson@coco-coquette.com ▪ coco-coquette.com

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3 Austin Painters Michael Abelman Carl Smith

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INDEX A Reflection of Light Photography, 49 Abel, Alex, 43 Acosta, Isabella, 61 Action Screen Graphics, 56 Acton, Deann, 101 Adams, Bret, 101 Ahmad, Julie, 151 Alba, Elaine, 185 Alexander, Karen, 33 Alexander, Caitlin B., 33 Allen, Troy, 74 Allen, Rosemary, 91 Allsup, Neeka, 87 Almuelle, Alejandra, 91 Ambauen, Britta, 55 Archer, Jason, 187 Arellano, Gerardo, 209 Armadillo Clay, 130 Armistead, Brenda, 150 Arredondo, Daniel, 75 Art + Music = An Ortega Happening, 205 Art From the Streets Pop-Up Exhibition, 191 Art Gallery at Soma Vida, 197 Art Therapy Austin, 101 Art Therapy Austin, 205 Art.Science.Gallery., 161 Arteology, 76 Arthur, Ken, 43 Arthur, Pam, 43 Artist’s Screenprinting Co-operative, 124 Artpost, 133-134 ATM Studio & Gallery, 53 Austin Artwheels, 146 Austin Creative Alliance Opening Party, 206

Austin Paintworks, 57 Austin Public Library: Carver Branch, 167 Cepeda Branch, 200 Ruiz Branch, 201 Terrazas Branch , 183 University Hills Branch, 147 Willie Mae Kirk Branch, 159 Windsor Park Branch, 146 Austin School of Photography, 186 Austin Tinkering School, 159 Awst Press, 50 Azarian, Ethan , 39 Back Pack, The, 120 Balkan, Jennifer, 32 Barrera, Dean, 56 Bartos, Fallon, 84 Batlló, Inés, 72 Battani, Kristy Darnell, 133 Beach, Tom, 113 Beachwalker Boxes, 113 Beall, Jonathan, 42 Bearded Lady, 131 Bee Amour Headquarters, 104 Bell, Susan, 85 Bennett, Rebecca, 75 Berlinetta, 66 Bernard, Eliana, 97 Bernbaum, Hanna, 179 Berry, Emily Michele, 137 Betcher, Pete, 120 Bibbee, Sharon, 194 Bickerton, Scott, 52 Big Medium, 161

Bike EAST Art Attack, 19 Blacksmith Industries Inc., 131 Blanton, Susannah, 67 Blue Cow Studio, 39 Blue Genie Art Industries, 90 Blue Genie Danger Derby, 23 Bolm Studios, 49-53 Bolton, Karen, 146 Bone Black Studio & Gallery, 89 BooginaBootiga, 60 Bos, Julian, 100 Boyle, Jim, 28 Brady, Michael, 116 Brendo, 143 Bresette, Claire, 29 Brouillette, Chelsea, 38 Brownstein, Jodi Rae, 113 Buck, Claire Sommers, 65 Bury, Rachel K, 136 Busy-Being, 186 Buxani, Neena, 193 Byrd, Dan, 135 CALmax, 52 CAMIBAart, 191 Camp Art, 44 Campbell, J.J., 122 Cano, Kenia, 125 Canoe, 88 Canopy, 69-91 Cantu, Teresa, 184 Cantú , Javier López, 110 Carbonista!, 42 Carmona Miranda, Hector, 77 Carol Ann Art Collective, 26

Carrasco, Manny, 40 Carrillo, Deanna, 149 Carroll, Debbie, 55 Cauthern, William, 148 Cement Loop, 143-146 Ceniceros, Monica, 144 Chakra, Joshua, 91 Changarrito with Andrew Anderson, 15 Chaos Woods, 27 Charles, Atourina, 111 Chastain, Terry, 146 Chau, Kris, 186 Chenoweth, Jennifer, 105 Chicon Collective, 190 Chilton, Brian, 135 Christensen, Ryah, 40 Chronister, Lisa, 155 Chung, Sunyong, 68 Clayworks Studio and Gallery, 104 Clifton, Brent, 99 Cobra Studios, 56 Cody, Chris, 167 Cohen, Rebecca, 54 Co-Lab Projects, 162 Coleman, Christina , 109 Coleman, Tiffany, 168 Colome, Cecilia, 112 Comings, ZoĂŤ, 45 Community Arts Sunday, 22 Community Breakfast, 15 Companion, 181 Compton, Annie, 123 Concentrated Paintings, 132 Conlay, Nicole, 25 Connelly, Robert Cameron, 179 Conner, Randy, 198 Connor, Stephen Paul, 88 Cook, Spencer, 92 Cook, Travis, 127

Corbett, Victoria , 61 Corry, John, 115 Cosmo Futura, 210 Createscape Coworking, 166 Creative Action, 23, 156 Cross, Natasha, 42 Crowder, Lisa, 97 Crutcher, Gannon, 171 Cruz, John, 112 Dahlberg, Dyan, 175 Dahlgren, Jeff, 41 Daly, Jenn, 173 Dan Mueller Art Studio, 158 Danziger, Andrew, 127 Daven Dowse, 19 David, Katy, 30 Davis, Natalie, 88 Davis, Greg, 93 DebbieJayne, 169 Decker, Elizabeth, 69 Deleon, Juan Carlos , 206 Delta Millworks, 132 Denson, Kiah, 74 Devoted Artistic Space, 49 Diamond, Alex, 160 Dillon, Linda, 198 Donie, Julie, 163 Dorsa, Valentina, 183 Draco, Dre, 172 Draka the Dragon, 16 EAST Group Exhibition, 186 EAST Preview Bus Tour, 13 EAST Public Art Crawl, 16 East Side Collective, 197 East Side Glass Studio, 130 East Space, 147-150 Edgerton, Philip, 41 Edwards, Erin, 182 Egan, Brian, 99

Eggtooth’s Art Studio, 41 Eisenhart, Emily, 38 Ellis, Brandon, 157 Erickson, Jessica, 99 Esquina Tango, 196 Estrin, Stephanie, 149 Eubanks, Hallie, 45 Evers, Austin, 40 Expedition Art, 40 Exponential Art, 73 Exposure Fine Art Gallery & Studio, 68 Eye Like Design Studios, 92 Eyes Got It! 2015, 17 Fabregas, Ramona, 200 Fannin, Shannon, 148 Farewell Books, 181 Fast Folks, 184 Fertile Ground Control Fabrication Station, 163 Field Constructs Design Competition, 17 Figueroa, Karina, 49 Finfrock, Cheryl, 63 Fisk, VM, 184 Fisterra Studio, 105 Flatbed Press Studio and Gallery , 37-38 Flatfork Studio, 55 Fluxion Photography, 117 Forman, Jennifer, 114 Forman, Nate, 114 Fowler, Janis, 101 Fox, Kristen , 102 Freeland, I., 49 French Legation Museum, 173 Fun Art, 130 Gallery@LewisCarnegie, The, 184 Gallery Shoal Creek, 156 Galusha, Emily, 79 Ganshirt, Logan, 194 George, Barry, 105 Gieselman, Anna, 104

Giles, Saybra, 69 Ginko Studios, 68 Giordano, Christine, 44 Glenn, Hawkeye, 131 Godkin, Ben, 114 Golden Glove Tattoo & Gallery, 167 Gonzalez, Alex, 158 Goodman, Mark, 80 Google Presents: Paint the Town, 21 Gordon, Rebecca, 26 Graham, James Felton, 145 Grasham, Morgan, 79 Gray, John and Chris, 104 Gray, Peter, 130 Gray, Jennie Tudor, 201 grayDUCK Gallery, 196 Grebnova, Anastasia, 143 Green, Andrew Bellatti, 102 Greenberg, Diana, 78 Greenblat, Kevin, 156 Greene, Patricia, 105 Grimley, Satch, 28 Grinstad, Gigi, 39 Guest, Rachel, 187 Habitat Restore, 185 HAINT Special Sneak Preview Screening, 20 Hall, Michael W., 131 Halpin, Eli, 180 Hamilton, Alec, 36 Hammonds, Hollis, 86 Hamric, Bobby, 60 Harrell, Rebecca Rothfus, 85 Hassin, Jenn, 78 Hatch Workshop, 127 Hauschildt, Rothko, 50 Heligman, Samantha, 91 Hell on Wheels Hand Crafted Jewelry, 30 Hellenbeck, Kate, 123 Henry, Adreon, 148

Heppner, Charles, 30 Herrin , Kathi, 193 Hetlage, Zachary, 178 HEWN, 67 HG, Daniel, 200 Hill, Jennifer, 108 Historic Victory Grill, The, 169-172 Holman, Soña, 57 Hood, Drew, 175 HOPE Farmers Market, 207 Hops for HOPE: Art & Beer Bazaar, 210 Horn, Evan, 36 Howling Aardvark Studio Complex, 26 Hubach, Buck, 135 Hutson, Traci, 98 ICOSA, 160 Image and Identity: Serie in Review, 208 Imagine Art, 151-155 Infrared Landscapes , 54 Invenio, 162 Iona Handcrafted Books, 97 Isuan, 185 J Tello, 185 Jackson, Eric, 73 JaelahFAD, 77 Jenkinson, Kelsey, 31 John & Chris Gray, 104 Johnson, Brian David, 132 Jones, Chelsea, 38 Joser, 185 Juke Auto, 160-161 Karsten, Gabel, 110 Kay, Tee, 26 Kealing Visual Arts Exhibition, 209 Kell, Leslie , 192 Kemner Reed, Susan, 50 Kemp, Beverly, 208 Ketchersid, Elyssa, 65 Kimball, Carolyn, 86

Kirk, Stacy, 67 Kittrell, Kerry, 150 Kleinpeter, Maggie, 65 Klier, Rebecca, 96 Klinefelter, Philippe, 68 Knight, Melissa, 39 Knopp, Jessica and William, 90 Knox, Knoxy, 103 Kolb, Bill, 36 Kreeger, Keith, 89 Kressin, Matthew, 32 Kuehmichel, Jaelah, 77 Kulesza, Joanna, 48 Lack, Brandon, 168 Langholtz, Gabe, 25 Lanina, Yuliya, 182 Las Piñatas/Piñata Fest 2015, 18 Last Depot before Desolation, 14 Lathan, Sara, 99 Law Office of Melynda Nuss, 195 Lebeuf, Haley, 66 LeBlanc, Justin, 45 Legacy Design House, 136 Lenton, Kafka , 66 Leonard, David, 27 Levy, Marianne, 85 line upon line percussion, 22 Link & Pin, 191-194 Lion’s Nest, The, 206 Little Blue House, 32 little e.a.s.t., 208 Little Pink Monster Gallery, 187 LIVESTRONG Cancer Survivor Art Gallery, 207

Lockhart, John, 42 Lockhart, Lori, 147 Lockhart, Scott, 147 Long, Andrew, 116 Lopez, Jose, 117 Lopez, Claudio, 171

Lora, Olga, 138 LOS CUATRO, 112 Lothspeich, Eric, 137 Lowell, Heidi, 154 Lowry, Carlos, 112 Lumiere Tintype Photography, 133 LUPE Arte and Latinitas, 201 Lurie, Court, 134 Lyle, Maria, 192 Maclaskey, Brian, 75 MacQueen, Lucy, 159 Magic House Collective, 137 Magnano, Joseph, 41 Make. Eat. Drink., 20 MakeATX, 44 Makonnen, Betelhem, 62 Mandel, Abby Rose, 126 Maness, Karen, 29 Manschot, Gert Johan, 162 Mark Steven Design, 155 Martos, Ender, 125 MASS Gallery, 199 Mathews, Jessica, 64 Matt Fajkus Architecture , 103 McBurnett, Carolyn, 84 McClinton, Dave, 178 McCollom, Caitlin, 64 McComb, Scout , 100 McDonald, Elizabeth, 80 McEvoy, Grace, 146 McIntyre, Colin , 14 McKerley, Ryan, 123 Mckinney, Brian, 109 McLaughlin, Meg, 29 McNamee-Tweed, Kevin , 53 McPhail, Lauren , 126 Meicler, Revi, 88 Merchant Davison , Kaitlin, 145 Merritt, Michael, 32

Metoyer, Angelbert, 162 Metropolitan Gallery Fine Art Consulting, 163 Meyer, Paul, 134 Michalovic, Aaron, 133 “Migration” Ethan Azarian, 166 Mike, Brandon, 132 Mikulla, Matt, 145 Miller, Connie, 192 Milstein, Janie, 77 Mims, Nancy , 200 Mixed Media Austin Artists, 158 Modern Rocks Gallery, 163 Modplexi, 149 Molina, Pat, 151 Monkey Town 6, 13 Montalvo, Melissa, 147 Montoya Hohenstein, Maria, 76 Moon Collective, The, 91 Moran, Patrick, 175 Morgan, Elliot, 28 Morwood, Polly, 181 Moseley, Damon, 170 Moser, Christina, 162 Mullen, Tracy, 96 Mulvany, John, 98 Murnane, Maura, 199 Murphy, Jack, 92 Museum of Human Achievement, The, 166 Musial, Matt, 57 Nailivic Studios, 44 Nakashima, Lindsay, 115 Neal, Bianca, 169 Neal-Jones, Ima, 170 Nelson, Andrea, 104 Newby, Clara, 194 Newhouse, K., 173 Newswanger, Craig, 54 North Door, The, 174-180 Not Gallery, 160

Nudge Collective, 87 O’Day, Katrina, 121 Oglesby, Paul Clarence, 125 Ojanne, Selja, 51 Omission, 206 Ortiz, Robbie, 173 Ostrowski, Danika, 143 Page, Robert, 113 Painter, Ryan, 144 Pak, Chun Hui, 76 Parker, Fabian, 138 Parker, Shon, 168 Pastelegram Mobile Artists’ Yard Sale, 14 Patterson, Tim, 26 Paul, Judy, 90 Paul, Judy, 174 Perch CoWorking, 195 Perry, Katrina Jane , 127 Phillips, Chelsea, 48 Phillips, Brian, 160 Philquist, Jeanne, 154 Photo Méthode Gallery, 156 Pink Box Studios, 29 Plasse, Ami, 183 Pollen Floral Art , 90 Polychrome Art Studio, 114 Potter, Susan, 33 Presson, Sarah, 92 Prizer Gallery, 117 Prizer Gallery, 196 Proper, 184 Pruitt, Stephen, 117 Puente, Mark, 44 Pump Project, 61-66 Quonset Hut Studio, The, 130 Rahbar, Michelle, 62 Rare Trends, 157 Ratcliffe, Nathan , 52 RCR ATX Studio Lounge, 190

Renee, B.B. , 81 Revelator, 91 Revival Cycles, 159-160 Richardson, Keva, 76 Richey, Sharyn, 37 Riley, Drew, 191 Ritualistic Reliquaries , 173 Rivera, Daniel, 159 Robinson, Alexandra , 86 Robinson, Jill, 193 Rodriquez, T.R., 31 Rolfe, Scott, 25 Romani Gallery, 157 Room Gallery, The, 198-199 Roset, Jan Middleton, 63 Rosewood, 167-168 Rosewood Cooperative, 100 Rosewood-Zaragoza Neighborhood Center, 166

Ross, Rita Marie, 93 Rough, Rob, 103 Row , Josh, 187 Rubel, Beth Consetta, 109 Runcie, Ryan, 172 Runyon, Evan, 26 Rupp, Petra , 157 Rural Rooster, 122 Russell, Cecelia, 110 RUST RED STUDIO, 29 Sadler, Phil, 136 Sagrada, Selva, 126 Saha, Wendy, 149 Saldana, Andrew, 72 Sammon, Janna, 147 Sanchez, Orlando, 137 Santamaria, Lys, 66 Satellite, The, 44-48 SaulPaul, 169 Savage, Cathy, 87 Sawtooth Designs of Austin, 32

Scafati, Susan, 87 Schexnayder, Faith , 55 Schmidt, Emma C, 120 Schnitzer, Nick, 92 Schopper, Melanie, 69 Sebastian Foster Gallery, 173 See What’s Good Anymore, 205 Seebass, Agnes, 124 Seeger, Travis, 134 Sertodo Copper, 42 Shetler, James , 54 Showroom at Windmill Bicycles, 155 Shwartz, Michelle, 181 Sibley Chandler, Elise, 108 Siegel, Trish, 81 Slugfest Printmaking Workshop and Gallery, 37

Small, Catherine, 64 SmasHouse Design, 111 Smith, Pehr, 116 Smith, Jack, 121 Smith, Carl, 154 Smith Road Studios, 54-56 Snow, Terry & Sarah, 27 Solomon, Flip , 80 Soltero, Maria Fernanda, 180 Son of a Sailor, 90 Sonzala, Melissa, 149 Sparkeye, 185 Splinter Group, 131-132 SprATX Art Collective, 121 Squidrabbit, 122 St. Martin, Andy , 132 Stewart, Melissa, 60 Stone Wave Gallery, 190 Stonebrook, Devon, 52 Studio 727, 56-61 Sturtz, Laura, 155 Suhler, Tom, 68 Sullivan, April, 27

Summerlin, Robert Lee, 179 Swanger, John, 96 Swec, Jana, 51 Swec, Len, 51 Take Heart, 172 Taylor, Aaron, 102 Texas Sculpture Group, 156 The SHOW On The Road, 183 The Tufted Door Exhibition, 207 TheGlint at The Plant at Kyle, 21 Thomas, Terri, 205 Thompson, Sara, 30 Tillery Street Darkroom, The, 98 Timberlake, Chris, 120 Tisdale, James, 78 Tobola , Marie, 182 TOPS, 185 Tragus, Erik, 31 Under the Overpass at SkyLines, 209 Upham, Alex, 60 Utility Research Garden, 200 Vanderbeek, Sara, 161 Vann, Carlotta , 170 Verdijo, Jean-Pierre, 49 Victory Lap, 18 Vigus, Glen, 108 Villafaña, Marcy Ann, 195 Villagomez, Ana, 181 Villalobos, Alexa, 163 Wade, Jamie, 73 Wade, Jess, 73 Wade ArtRoom Austin, 181-183 Wagner, Jessica, 158 Walker, Brian, 93 Walker, Amanda, 113 Walton, Brad, 57 Wandt, Linda, 62 Warbach Lighting & Design, 135 Ward, Hallie Rae, 166

Warner, Nathan, 135 Warren, Chloe, 195 Warren, Matthew, 195 Washburn, Cari, 79 Watson, Gloria, 185 Weaver, Carly, 122 Weiss, Peggy, 81 Weitz, Tina, 183 Welborn, Pam, 150 Wendt, Alyssa Taylor, 56 Westview Middle School, 201 Whipp, Adrian, 133 White, Chris, 72

White Light Studio, 136 Whitebox Studio, The, 89 Wieding, Ann Alva, 174 Wilbanks, Cori, 178 Wilborn, Elisabeth , 180 Wildfire Studio, 80 Wildman, Erica, 48 Wilson, Liliana, 111 Wilson, Tommy, 117 Wilson, Lakeem, 171 Windham, Jon, 51 Winter, Dawn, 197 WIP Creative Group, 190

Witch House, The, 158 Wolfson Smith, Rachel, 63 Women Printmakers of Austin, 89 Wonderwall Studio, 199 Wood, Amanda, 84 Wood, Sara, 115 Woodward, Karen, 74 Woodwork at 17th, 40 Wyatt, Leigh Taylor, 130 Young, Abe Louise, 196 Youssef, Yasmin, 144 Zarate, Hanz, 167 Zermeno, Juan Carlos, 199

ADVERTISER INDEX Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, 71 Austin Art Refugees, 46 Austin Art Services, 47 Austin Beerworks, 34 Austin School of Film, 71 Austin Studio Rental, 94 Bead It, 106 Bearded Lady, 119 Bird’s Barbershop, 35 Blanton Museum of Art, 177 Blue Genie Danger Derby, 213 City of Austin, Art in Public Places (Cultural Arts Division), 82, 153 Corazon Apartments, 153 Contemporary Austin, The, 94 D-CRAIN, 213 Do512, 118 Davis Gallery, 165

E3 Properties, 152 Eastside Pop Up, 128 Emily Little, 188 FRESH Bike, 203 Generous Art, 165 Gourmand’s, 128 Harry Ransom Center, 128 Jerry’s Artarama, 83 JuiceLand, 35 Justine’s Brasserie, 140-141 Kasey McCarty Interior Design, 59 Kincannon Studios, 188 KLRU, 127 La Condesa, 95 Link & Pin, 59 Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, 58 Mike Tolleson & Associates, 107 MILLER Imaging & Digital Solutions (IDS), 176

Moxie Realty Group, 83 Newcastle Homes, 59 Orchard, The, 202 Parts and Labour, 164 Pauly Presley Realty, 119 Prizer Gallery, 213 Room Gallery, The, 35 Skout Real Estate, 70 Skylark Lounge, 212 Switched On, 153 Take Heart, 83 Tito’s Handmade Vodka, 189 Uncommon Objects, 58 XYZ Atlas, 107 Wally Workman Gallery, 119 Yellow Jacket Social Club, 71

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East Austin Studio Tour 2015  

East Austin Studio Tour 2015