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West Austin Studio Tour May 14 - 15 & 21 - 22

Fifth Edition – © 2016 West Austin Studio Tour A program of Big Medium – bigmedium.org Printed in Texas by 360 Press Solutions. All text and images represented in this catalog are copyrighted by the individual artist and may not be reproduced without their consent.

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About West

Dates and Times

Big Medium’s West Austin Studio Tour (West) is a free, annual, self-guided art event spanning across two weekends in May. West provides opportunities for the public to meet the makers: the local artists and artisans who drive Austin’s vibrant creative culture.

West includes five participant categories: Artist Studios, Galleries, Temporary Exhibitions, Happenings, and Partner Programs.

In its 5th edition, West features 205 Artist Studios, 53 Galleries, 62 Temporary Exhibitions, 4 Happenings, and 12 Partner Programs. This catalog serves as an overview of tour stops and a schedule of events. It is intended to help tour-goers hand-pick their West experiences. The West mobile website is a free online companion to the West catalog.

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Artist Studios, Galleries and Temporary Exhibitions are free and open on the weekends of May 14-15 & 21- 2 from 11am6pm. Happenings are also free and occur on the weekends of May 14-15 & 21-22 with varying hours. Partner Programs happen within and around tour weekends, and some may have costs associated.

Boundaries West of I-35 East of Mopac South of Hwy 183 North of William Cannon


Mobile

Accessibility

The West mobile site is your tour reference on the go. Use your mobile device to see images, statements, descriptions, and location information for all West participants. Look up your favorite artists and discover new ones, create a custom list of studios and exhibitions to visit, and use navigation tools to find your way around the tour.

Under each West participant listing is their location’s accessibility information. Each number represents a different feature that is available at the participant’s location. The numbers correspond to the list below. If the number is listed, it means that the West participant has verified this accessibility feature is available at their space.

west.bigmedium.org

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Official parking for the disabled

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Entrance and Interior : Minimum 32”

wide doorway clearance space

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Entrance: Entryway without stairs

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Entrance: Entryway with a ramp

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Entrance: No lip entryway

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Interior: Accessible path around studio

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Restrooms: Entryway with minimum

36” wide clearance space

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Restrooms: Minimum 56 x 60”

clearance space for toilet

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Restrooms: Grab bars

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Collective Courtesy: Many West locations are

Disclaimer: Big Medium censors no artist content when

in residential areas, so please be mindful of our

producing the East and West catalogs and websites.

neighbors. They’ve been very welcoming to tour-

Please be aware that the 2016 West catalog and

goers over the years, and we ask everyone to return

website may contain some images with sexual content,

the hospitality which includes peacefulness and

nudity, or violence. We understand that some may

cleanliness. Drive and park your vehicles thoughtfully,

find certain images controversial. We respect those

and if possible, use bikes or public transportation to

opinions and are always open to community feedback.

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Big Medium Team

Follow

Shea Little – Executive Director

Facebook – facebook.com/bigmedium Instagram – @bigmediumaustin Twitter – @BigMedium

Tiffany L Coghill – Director of Operations & Finance Hannah Packard – Director of Development Jordan Gentry – Director of Programming Jenna Carrens – Development Coordinator Kevin McNamee-Tweed – Gallery Curator & Studio Manager Elise Powell – Volunteer Coordinator Berkeley Beauchot – Gallery Assistant Estefania Marquez – Graphic Design

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

Stephanie Braddock – Advertising Karina Persson – Website/Mobile Development Joseph Pagano – Website/Mobile Development Alexa Star Johnson – Development Intern Isabel Browne – Design Intern

Board of Directors

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

Keith Kreeger – President Shea Little – Ex Officio Jon Lawrence Mirna Maddox Joseph Phillips Chelsea Sun Jana Swec

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Support West is made possible through the generosity of our supporters who join Big Medium in championing artists and the contemporary arts in Texas. We thank our Funders (fig. 1) who sustain our programming through grants. We also thank our Sponsors (fig. 2) – businesses who provide generous financial support for West; our Partners (fig. 3) – organizations who collaborate with us to achieve broader community impact, and our Media Sponsors (fig. 4) who provide promotion and coverage for West.

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1. Funders: 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 4

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Big Medium Donors David Abbott Sandra Adair Linda Allen (in honor of Calvin Larson) Arts and Recreation Bad Kitty LLC Kristina Bacci Julie Beauchot James R Beckett Rebecca Bennett Nicole Blair Emily Burgess Rachel K Bury Jim Butler Charles Byers Jenna Carrens Molly Casey Valerie Chaussonnet Claudia Chidester Aaron & Cara Choate Tamara Clarkson Anne Clemons Tiffany Coghill (in honor of Karen Vogel) Nick Cremona CS Gray Photography Ryan Davis Art Diva Creative Laura Donnelly David Duncan Paige J. Ellis Jonathan Faber Shan Fannin Rene Flo Roger Foster Jeff Garrard

Richard Garza Gauge Yarn Carolyn Kimball Gee Julia Gentry (in honor of Hubert Gentry) Jordan Gentry Melinda Gonzales Boe Rebecca Gordon Ann Graham Ross Grant Christiana Gunn Thomas Hefter Deleigh Hermes Judy Hogan Cyndi Howell Jascha Philip Johnson Bonny Johnson Ariana Khu Melissa Knight & Ethan Azarian Doug & Wendy Kreeger Keith Kreeger Daryl & Dana Kunik Melanie Lewis Mary Libby Emily Little Marissa Little Scott & Stephanie Little Littlepixie Publishing lookthinkmake Camille Lyons Steven Maddox Robert Malina Janis Marion C.Martell

Kristen McConnell G & S McDaniel Revi Meicler Nana Mensah Nicholas Meriwether Michael Hsu Office of Architecture Deanna Miesch Melissa Miller (in honor of Betty Little) Pat Molina Maria Montoya Hohenstein Paloma Moorman Jennifer Mueller John & Monique Mulvany David J. Neff Laura Neil Xonnes Desmond Ng & Donald Mason Laney Odom Patricia Olwell Duncan Osborne Michael Osborne Jessica Pages Chun Hui Pak Samuel Pate Judy Paul Diana Phillips Elise Powell Judy & Lloyd Provost Eric Roach Suzanne Roberts Janice Roberts Hannah & Charles Packard Samuel Pate

Nancy Pink Amy Rundio Cecelia Russell Shayne & Andi Salinas Glenn Scott Susan Scafati Reza Shirazi Cara Singleton Flip Solomon Ana Stapleton Calvin Stark Joel & Elissa Sumner Cement Loop Dave Sullivan Chelsea Sun John Swanger Jana Swec & Shea Little Barbara Swec Tim & Katie Swec Amanda T. Matthew Teodori Terri Thomas & Randy Potts Michael Troop Thomas Tweed Jacob Villanueva NJ Weaver Alyssa Taylor Wendt Jade White (in honor of Charles Duffer) Jon Windham Ernest Wood Sharon Zakes Dan Zaklis Julie Ziegelman Abe Zimmerman

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Advertisers Armadillo Christmas Bazaar Art Hop, Georgetown Arts Center ArtProfiler Austin Art Refugees Austin Art Services Austin Beerworks Big Bertha’s Paradise Bird’s Barbershop Blanton Museum of Art Blue Skies Frame Co. City of Austin Cultural Arts Division Davis Gallery D-CRAIN Elisabet Ney Museum Ephemeral Beauty at Asian American Resource Center Ermine Vintage Forbidden Fruit Generous Art IBIZ North Loop Strip

Special Thanks Industry Print Shop Inner Light Art Jerry’s Artarama Kasey McCarty Interior Design Mike Tolleson & Associates Miller IDS Moxie Realty Group Newcastle Homes Podium for Art Precision Camera Rebel Pizza Bar Revival Vintage Room Service Vintage Stone Carver Cat’s Carving Compound Thai Fresh Tito’s Handmade Vodka Uncommon Objects WeirdHomes Workhorse Bar XYZ Atlas

In-Kind Sponsors Austin Beerworks Austin City Limits Austin Eastciders Bouldin Creek Cafe Café No Sé Chameleon Cold Brew Erva Yerba Mate Juiceland The Khabele School KIND Snacks La Condesa

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Lick Ice Creams Mike’s Print Shop Republic Distributors Skinny Pop Thai Fresh Tito’s Handmade Vodka Trace Uchiko Wanderlust Yoga The Westin Austin Downtown Wunder-Pilz Kombucha

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Kirk Anders Lindsay Barras Anna Berns Patricia Bradby April Burcham Jeremy Burks Adam Carnes Jennifer Chenoweth Reese Cisneros Heather Coffey Elliott Counts Sherri Curry Tony Diaz Juliet Dill Krista Endsley Zack Flores Oliver Franklin Katie Friel Elissa Fulks Kitty Garza Ed Gibson Rebecca Gomez Lisa Goodell Jessica Haynes Katelena Hernandez Cowles Meredith Hubley Alexis Lanman Lauren Laugen Lindsey LeRoy Kanya Lyons Matt Mandrella TJ Mathias Tess Menconi Alberto Mejia Andrea Mellard Cheryl Morrell

Cameron Mott Bill Nadalini Chad Palmatier Carolyn Phillips Caroline Pinkston Meredith Powell Sarah Pratz Nick Pugliese Fred Ramirez Andrew Reiner Susan Richardson Stacey Rodrigues Carlos Rodriguez Brondo Tiffany Russell Jam Sanitchat Jordan Schraeder Nina & Frank Seely Sarah Sherman Tamara Silverleaf Jennifer Sinksi Ann Smith Jordan Smith Jacquelynn St. Pierre Anthony Sobotik James Talbot Matt Teodori Coco Vargas Jeanne Claire Van Ryzin Brannon Via Ken Villalovos Regina Waldo Guiniviere Webb Meghan Wells Jon Windham Sarah K. Wolf 2016 WEST Volunteers


Fellowships

Donate

Thanks to contributions from our community, Big Medium is able to provide a Fellowship Program for artists. Through this growing program, scholarships toward West participation fees are awarded to artists based on need and merit. Our hope is to encourage participation from artists experiencing financial limitations, as well as reward creatives that demonstrate artistic accomplishment.

Big Medium relies on community support to produce West, provide artists with Fellowships, and keep our programming free to the public. We invite you to join us in supporting Austin’s creative community by contributing to Big Medium.

This year, Big Medium provided $4,834 in full or partial financial support to 42 West artists.

Donate Online – bigmedium.org/support.html Donate by Phone – Text ‘bigmedium’ to 843.606.5995 Gifts big and small make an impact. Thank you for your support!

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Due West Due West is the official kick-off party and fundraiser for the West Austin Studio Tour. Guests of this event will receive a 2016 West catalog and will be the first to experience the West Group Exhibition, presenting the work of over 200 West artists. On the menu for 2016’s Due West are some of Austin’s best restaurants, including Uchiko, La Condesa, Trace, and Lick Ice Creams. Drinks from Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Rebel Pizza, JuiceLand, Chameleon Cold-Brew, Austin Beerworks, Austin Eastciders, and Wunder-Pilz Kombucha are also featured (fig. 5). Friday, May 13 – 7-10pm 5

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Community Breakfast Join us on the first Saturday of the tour for a community breakfast at the West Group Exhibition. Start your 2016 West with food, drinks, and enjoy a preview of artwork you can see on the tour. Bring your catalog and your appetite! Food and drinks provided by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, JuiceLand, Chameleon Cold Brew, Erva Yerba Mate, KIND Snacks, Taco Deli, and Thai Fresh! Family friendly activity by the Khabele School Art Program (fig 6). 6

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Partner Programs Partner Programs serve to educate our community about the fellow organizations and businesses who support the arts yearround in Austin. Partner Programs include a variety of offerings, such as special events by art organizations, private tours, and fundraisers that support the future of West. Be sure to check the date and time for each Partner Program, as well as instructions on reservations or entry fees.

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A. West Group Exhibition – Dougherty Arts Center Opening reception – May 13 – 7-10pm Gallery Hours – Monday-Thursday – 10am - 10pm West Weekends – 11am-6pm The West Austin Studio Tour Group Exhibition is where the tour begins. With over 200 West artists participating and catalogs and maps on site, you can plan your entire tour in one stop. The exhibition is organized by tour number, allowing you to move through the show geographically, discovering your favorite West artists along the way. All pieces are for sale with proceeds benefiting both the artists and Big Medium. 1110 Barton Springs Rd – (512) 939-6665 west@bigmedium.org – west.bigmedium.org

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Casa Neverlandia Tours – Talbot World

WEST Weekends – 10am & 1pm Tour the art wonderland that is Casa Neverlandia, an Austin treasure created by artist James Talbot. A rich, multi-media “experience in SOCO living”, this 3-story eco-consious, handmade rebuild placed 3rd in Natural Home Magazine’s “House of the Decade” competition and has had multiple exposures on HGTV, TLC, and the local media. Expect lots of color & design ideas, gorgeous masonry & mosaics, exotic interiors, a lookout tower, artist’s studio & gallery, and more Austin Weirdness than words can describe! Tours are guided by the artist himself. $20 per person with 25% of proceeds to benefit Big Medium. RSVP by phone or email (as listed below). 305 W Milton St – (512) 442-7613 talbot@talbotworld.com – talbotworld.com

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MetroRapid Tour – Capital Metro

May 14 – 12-3:30pm & May 22, 12-3:30pm Capital Metro, in partnership with Big Medium, is pleased to offer co-curated public transit tours to select West stops! The tour will take riders to a variety of studio and gallery spaces participating in West. To reserve your seat, please RSVP to Jordan.Smith@ capmetro.org. Visit Cap Metro’s blog for more tour details: capmetroblog.com. capmetro.org

D. Generous Art – Raising Artists Group Exhibition – AIA Austin WEST Weekends – 11am-6pm Raising Artists is a professional development program for artists at different stages of their creative pursuits. Programs include workshops, guest artists in schools, mentorships, student internships, articles and resources, and exhibitions. Raising Artists includes an annual exhibition for artists who have participated in our free workshops. 801 W 12th St – (512) 482-0747 generousarttexas@gmail.com – generousart.org

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E. Jennifer Chenoweth – Fisterra Studio XYZ Atlas: The Hedonic Map of Austin Finale West Weekends – 11am-6pm The XYZ Atlas: The Hedonic Map of Austin launched in 2013 with a survey that asked people 20 questions about where they had experiences in Austin that created meaning in their lives. We will release the final Hedonic Map of Austin, a GIS Map of our collective “highs” and “lows” during West. Where? at Barton Springs and Zilker Park, the high point of our experiences in Austin. 2201 Barton Springs Rd – (512) 477-0658 info@fisterrastudio.com – xyzatlas.org

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Changarritto with Lys Santamaria Mexic-Arte Museum

West Weekends – 12-3pm Lys Santamaria was born in Colombia and raised in both Canada and the United States. Her beadwork is primarily inspired by her travels abroad and by influential women in her life. She enjoys using traditional beading techniques that reflect her cultural background. The repetitive motion of her work allows her time to meditate and each bead is woven with intention. Changarrito is an art vending cart, conceptualized by artist Maximo Gonzalez as an alternative to the official gallery selection presented by the Mexican cultural authorities. Faithful to their original, informal spirit, Changarritos exist throughout the world, evolving as forums for the sale of original artwork to the general public, presentation of public programs, special curatorial projects, individual and collective exhibitions. 501 Congress Ave – (512) 480-9373 info@mexic-artemuseum.org – mexic-artemuseum.org

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Converse: Real Talk- An Interactive Performance with Ann Johnson – Women & Their Work

May 14 – 2-4pm Ann Johnson wants to have real face-to-face conversation. In her installation Converse: Real Talk, which resembles an outdoor park, visitors are encouraged to sit face-to-face and discuss keywords that appear in her tree sculptures such as Ferguson and immigration. Johnson is interested in a place for nuanced and respectful dialog that will serve as a counter point to the often shallow and abbreviated digital communications popular in social media. 1710 Lavaca St – (512) 477-1064 info@womenandtheirwork.org – womenandtheirwork.org

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Live Graffiti Art Installation – Rebel Pizza Bar

May 21 – 6-9pm & West Weekends – 11am-6pm Join us on the first Saturday of West from 6-9pm at Rebel Pizza Bar for a Live Graffiti Art Installation. Check out Rebel’s extensive menu and drink list, enjoy the family friendly activities, watch graffiti artists install amazing work on the patio, and meet a number of the 17 artists who helped to make Rebel’s space truly one-of-a-kind! Rebel Pizza Bar will donate 15% of all proceeds during this event to BIG MEDIUM! Rebel is the place to be both weekends during West for great food, signature cocktails, brunch pizzas, DIY Bloody Mary’s and more with 15% of all proceeds benefiting Big Medium. In addition, a Special Edition Rebel Graffiti Coloring Book will be available for the Graffiti Artist in YOU. 100% of proceeds benefit Big Medium during West. 7858 Shoal Creek Blvd – (512) 457-5757 rebel@rebelpizzabar.com – rebelpizzabar.com

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I. line upon line percussion: Reich Dougherty Arts Center May 14 – 8pm & May 15 – 4pm Steve Reich has been called “our greatest living composer” (The New York Times), “America’s greatest living composer” (The Village VOICE),“...the most original musical thinker of our time” (The New Yorker) and“...among the great composers of the century” (The New York Times). “There are just a handful of living composers who can legitimately claim to have altered the direction of musical history and Steve Reich is one of them,” states The Guardian (London). Tickets available at lineuponlinepercussion.org. 1110 Barton Springs Rd lineuponlinepercussion@gmail.com lineuponlinepercussion.org

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Ronen Sharabani: Driscoll Villa Projection The Contemporary Austin – Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria

May 15 – 9-11pm In celebration of the hundred-year anniversary of the Driscoll Villa at Laguna Gloria, The Contemporary Austin presents a one-night-only, site-specific, outdoor and indoor video projection by Israeli artist Ronen Sharabani, whose films and videos blend movement, performance, architecture, music, and light into transformational experiences that are intensely visual and sensory. Supported by the Edward and Betty Marcus Foundation. 3809 W 35th St – (512) 458-8191 info@thecontemporaryaustin.org thecontemporaryaustin.org

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Art and Activities at the Blanton’s Third Thursday – Blanton Museum of Art

May 19 – 12-9pm Join the Blanton for its free program of art and activities featuring yoga in the galleries, music, tours, and more. This month, a panel discussion features artists included in the exhibition, Fixing Shadows: Contemporary Peruvian Photography, 1968-2015. 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd – (512) 471-7324 info@blantonmuseum.org – blantonmuseum.org

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Ney Day – Elisabet Ney Museum

May 21 – 12-5pm Join us for The Elisabet Ney Museum’s Fourth Annual NEY DAY! Saturday May 21, from 12-5PM. Come celebrate Elisabet Ney, her art and legacy of empowerment. Visit her studio, the oldest art building in town, and enjoy SeVana Marimba, BettySoo, Miss Lavelle White, and Nina Diaz of Girl in a Coma! Marvel at the improv trapeze art of Madi Ward. Help Elisabet Ney Museum Featured Artist Jenn Hassin complete her interactive environmental installation. There will also be art demos, food trucks, and activities for all. Co-produced with Texas Folklife, KUTX, and with financial support from the Texas Commission on the Arts. 304 E 44th St – (512) 458-2255 austintexas.gov/elisabetney

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Artist Studios

Temporary Exhibitions

This is where the creativity begins. For many of these spaces, this is the one 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,

Temporary Exhibitions include pop-up shows, often created specifically for West. In this category, you can see exhibitions in warehouse spaces, empty homes, libraries, small businesses, and other unconventional venues.

or stand-alone commercial studios.

Galleries This category is for established art venues with regular gallery programming. These spaces are committed to exhibiting art yearround, supporting artists with opportunities to share their work and vision with the public in a dedicated space.

Happenings Happenings are time-based art events. This category may include performances, workshops, opening receptions, installations, competitions, art-centered celebrations, educational programming, and art-themed parties. Be sure to check the date and time for each Happening.

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1. Gabriel Frampton – Austin Public Library: Little Walnut Creek Branch Paper, mylar, mathematics Inspired by nature and mathematics, I created a novel form of modular origami composed of interlocking woven strips. This approach allows for absolute symmetry and high durability; the method of construction ensures that the structures will never sag or unravel, and will even support weight. My ambition is to scale up my designs to create architectural spaces, giving mathematical forms permanence. Temporary Exhibition 835 W Rundberg Ln – (254) 231-1058 folded.crystals@gmail.com – foldedcrystals.blogspot.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

2. Elisabeth Wilborn – Post Truth World The Austin Antique Mall Oil painting Elisabeth Wilborn considers herself a Conceptual Expressionist Painter. Her portraits are primarily painted alla prima, or in one sitting. She hopes to engage the viewer with an idea, an emotion, or ideally, both. Please ask about commissions. Temporary Exhibition 8822 McCann Dr – elisabethwilborn@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin

Silk, wool, linen, cotton, natural dye, wire, tape, up-cycled thread Started in the 1970s, WSSA is a non-profit dedicated to promoting textile arts: weaving, spinning, dyeing, felting, basketry & more. Members use traditional & new techniques to create wearable art, fine household items, & purely artistic expressions of thread, ribbon, wire, natural fibers, and other filaments. This is a lively studio of hands-on activities, art gallery, & artist vendors. Artist Studio 2802 Benbrook Dr – wssaustin.org@gmail.com wssaustin.org Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Zane Scheible – Art by the Books – Austin Public Library: North Village Branch

Screen printing on fabric Zane Scheible is an artist and apparel printer working out of a garage in south east Austin. Temporary Exhibition 2505 Steck Ave – (512) 270-9263 – zscheible@gmail.com fatzane.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Neeka Allsup – Home Studio

Oil paint Neeka’s Home Studio: 1700 sq ft of art in every room! Neeka is a prolific oil painter (BFA from the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago). Born in the back of a toy store in Austin Texas, she applies a generous color palette and patterns to ornament fantastic scenes from childhood. Toys and cartoons, energetic auras, spirited inanimate objects and furniture with detached body parts. Artist Studio 2501 Ashdale Dr – (512) 785-8940 neekaallsup@gmail.com – neekaallsup.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios WEST Exhibit

Mixed media, painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography Join us on the tour for a WEST Exhibit with live music and local art at Austin ArtSpace—a creative hub where established and emerging artists create, collaborate and present their work. With eight artists-in-residence, and rotating juried shows, Austin ArtSpace is a one-of-a-kind, eclectic gallery co-op featuring impressive local art. The WEST Exhibit features works specially selected for the tour. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 484-1671 kelli@avaaonline.org – austinartspace.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Jan Knox – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios

Acrylic, collage, ink, watercolor, oil stick Jan Knox paints her love of Nature influenced by her training as a geologist and her many travels. She creates surrealistic and contemporary abstractions in vibrant colors using watercolor, acrylic, ink and collage. In addition to paintings she also does black and white ink drawings derived from Nature. Artist Studio 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 453-4070 artist.jknox@gmail.com – artbyjanknox.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

8. Sharon Bibbee – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Acrylic paint, mixed media I have been an artist for several years and my primary medium is acrylic. I am a resident artist at Austin ArtSpace Gallery. I exhibit throughout the year with other galleries and area businesses. I enjoy painting with a free spirit and mind. You are always welcome. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 465-2200 sbibbee2010@gmail.com – sharonbibbee.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Marilyn Rea Nasky – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios

Oils, acrylic, collage, mixed medium, graphite, prisma color My goal as a painter is to create images that communicate my feelings about the mystery and transient beauty of our planet. I rely on visual memory, dreams, and emotions for these images of natural abstract organic form which are often based in “reality”, but are imaginary to the degree that I seek to capture a feeling about the subject and communicate it to the viewer. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 219-6262 reanasky@gmail.com – mreanaskyart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Melanie Lewis – Austin Artspace Gallery & Studios

Mixed media, acrylic, ink, pastel I paint a variety of subjects – landscapes, figurative, Judaica and imaginative – using both realistic and abstract elements. I work mainly in acrylics and ink. My work has been described by others as colorful, dreamlike and enchanting. Come and see an unusual collection of distinctive and unique art. Artist Studio 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 338-5358 mellewis64@gmail.com – melanielewisart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

11. Ann Newman – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Watercolor, gouache, oil sticks and acrylic paint on canvas Ann creates simple paintings that explore the relationship among line, shape, color, texture. She works in watercolor, gouache; oil sticks and acrylic paint on canvas. Matisse, Diebenkorn and Dworkin are favorites. She lives in Austin, Texas with her dog Vivy. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 970-8251 ann_newman@dell.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

12. Sonali Kukreja – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Oil, acrylic My work is diverse – from representational to abstract. My aim is to help clients realize their creative side with my artwork and the thoughts portrayed in them, and ultimately make a positive effect in their daily life. I feel art should move you and not just fill up a wall space. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (571) 442-1340 serenecompositions@yahoo.com – serenecompositions.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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13. Beverly Deutsch – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Oil paint on canvas and panel, watercolor, pastel Notes on being now. An image, thought or feeling captures me, pulls me into now. I like the pieces to seem as if they are living, moving on the canvas. Most of my work is oil on canvas or board. Viewers have described my pieces as energetically positive, colorful, powerful. I have a variety of subject matter: abstracts, figurative, landscapes and still lifes. I love visitors, come be one!!! Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 484-1671 badeutsch@att.net – badeutsch.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Kay Hughes – Hill Country Treasures Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios

Acrylic, oil Finding Bevo’s cousin keeping company with a donkey at Marbridge started my love of the area shortly after moving to Austin. The Hill Country grabbed me and what I like I paint. The western sky and shadow contrast on any sunny day is what I love to convey. My photos are in my studio to inspire me every day. I paint in series in acrylic and oil. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q kayhughes.knottgarden@gmail.com – knottgarden.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

15. Sandra Reiff – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Relief and monoprint collage My work is mixed media, mostly abstraction. I allow the art to have a life of its own. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Suzanne Cullen – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios

Acrylic, linen, wood panels My current works are depictions of the ocean, in abstract form. Through color and stroke I am attempting to capture the energy and beauty which resides within it. In general, I approach each piece by breaking down the visual world into shapes and color, and strive to invoke an emotional shift within the viewer. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – zenllamadesign@gmail.com zenllamastudios.bigcartel.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Mary Jo Kennard – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios

Oil on linen or canvas I’m an Austin contemporary painter, participating in the West Austin Studio Tour as a resident artist in Austin ArtSpace on my own studio walls, as well as in the Gallery. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 538-4050 mjkennard@austin.rr.com – maryjokennard.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

18. Debbi Smith Rourke – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Oil (palette knife and brushwork), pastel Debbi Smith Rourke is a contemporary artist in Austin working in oil and pastel. Inspired by nature, she primarily creates simplified landscapes, breaking down images to basic shapes and forms. This sometimes leads to full abstractions. Whether working large or small, abstract or representational, she is guided by design, balance, movement, texture, rhythm, contrast, energy and color. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 413-0027 debsmith@austin.rr.com – austinartspace.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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19. Neena Buxani – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Acrylic, gouache My work attempts to create a notion of strength through the use of daring color and inviting texture. When a viewer must resist the urge to touch a piece because she simply wants to experience its energy, I have achieved some success. When the artwork continues to impact the viewer causing her to examine it whilst sensing joy, excitement and wonder, I have achieved my intention as an artist. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 587-1151 neenasart@gmail.com – neenabuxani.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Hilary Christensen – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios

Old toys, legos, buttons, game pieces, broken electronics, beads Hilary is a painter, hoarder, and goodwill enthusiast. Her medium of choice is junk drawers. Painting with found objects has proven to be an addictive mix of puzzle solving and creating. Using the world around us not just for inspiration, but as a medium itself, ready to explore. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – hilarychristensenart@gmail.com hilary-christensen.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

21. Mare Kretschmar – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Acrylic on canvas I paint a very focused subject matter but the surrounding area around my subject takes on a wonderful abstract theme. I have a general idea of what the background will look like, but it can change during the actual rendering. It’s what I see in that moment in the background. Eventually, it reveals itself to me. So what I’m seeing can be completely different from what another person might see. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – marekretschmar@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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22. Nicole Jeffords – Austin ArtSpace Gallery & Studios Oil on canvas Nicole is a writer & fine art painter specializing in portraiture. Her work combines elements that are both classical & expressionistic, dwelling on the natural beauty of the face as well as the subject’s raw emotional energy & psychological patterns that come through as the canvas develops. Her website, artprofiler.com, is host to many of her stories & paintings, with new works added regularly. Gallery 7739 Northcross Dr, Ste Q – (512) 484-1671 kelli@avaaonline.org – austinartspace.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Darryl Freeman

Oil on canvas, pastel Visit the art studio and enjoy the beautifully landscaped yard which includes 2 Koi ponds, chicken yard, hundreds of tropical and native plant species. Art will be displayed in the studio and outdoors. Over 100 works of art on exhibit! Artist Studio 7912 Tisdale Dr – (512) 371-0438 darrylfreeman@sbcglobal.net – darrylsart.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Santiago Escobedo

Paint, plastics, organic matter My work involves the presence of time as a tangible thing. Using paint and a variety of other mediums, I aim to illustrate the relationship of man/beast to nature and all things that came before us. Artist Studio 1200 Taulbee Ln – santi.el.topo@gmail.com santiagovisual.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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25. Alexander Westphal – guest of Santiago Escobedo Hide, alabaster stone, yarn painting, painted doors This event is an opportunity for my fellow colleagues and I to show new work together since attending college in Nacogdoches. Sculpture and painting with live improvisational music create an interactive environment. Outdoor and indoor work space will become an installation. Artist Studio 1200 Taulbee Ln – (817) 657-2676 Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Archie Cox

Oil paint on canvas, graphite, ink, and colored pencil on paper I am an Architect, play pedal steel guitar, and paint with oil on canvas. My paintings and the process of creation embody structure, movement, and melody. Paintings are music for the eyes. The inspiration is based in algorithms, geometry, and chance. Artist Studio 1207 Richcreek Rd – (512) 415-0516 – acoxjr@hotmail.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6

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Cliona Gunter

Painting, mixed media, router carved wood, wood relief, spinners I like to mix graphite sticks, prismacolor and acrylic paint. Sometimes it’s mud; sometimes it’s gorgeous. If I clean them up too much they go a bit dead, so I try to err on the raw and vulnerable side. Why do some pieces hum and others don’t? I try for hum daily but there are no guarantees. Come see routered wood images, wooden reliefs, night landscapes, abstracts, game boards and spinners. Artist Studio 1305 Piedmont Ave – (512) 586-9867 trixar4kids@gmail.com – clionagunter.com Accessibility: 2, 7

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Chris Chappell

Oil Chris Chappell is a third generation Austinite who paints familiar neighborhoods, streets, and buildings around town as well as expressive figurative works in his studio in Crestview. Artist Studio 1506 Madison Ave – chrisrchappell@gmail.com chrischappellart.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Marilyn Querejazu

Painting, drawing I have a backyard studio where I create art using oils, watercolors, charcoal, ink and other materials. I have art for all walls and all budgets. Come Over! Artist Studio 1706 Madison Ave – (512) 720-1730 querejazu@sbcglobal.net – mquerejazu.faso.com Accessibility: 7, 8

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Scotty Stevenson – WalkingFossil Studio

Monoprints, oil painting This year I will be showing my City of Dice mono-prints and a few Morse Code oil paintings. Monoprints are the demolition derby of printmaking, few survive, one prevails, but hopefully fresh and interesting. My Morse code paintings are a punch drunk pattern of knobby dots and dashes of an obsolete tongue fallen on hard times, Tom-tom drum tapping out news on deaf ears and empty cells. Artist Studio 1807 Pasadena Dr – (512) 538-4634 walkingfossil@me.com – scottystevenson.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Jeff Bent

Sculpture, ceramics, drawing Nature is beautiful, scary and weird. We live in nature, but feel apart from it. Clay is a great vehicle for exploring the forms of nature and artifice, how the hard edges of the inanimate meet the softer contours of life. The intersections are interesting and typically where my art lives. Artist Studio 1918 Pasadena Dr – bent@sporecloud.com sporecloud.com Accessibility: 2, 3

32. Kristie Zamrazil – FullMoon/YellowHouse Studio Oil on canvas and board, mixed media I paint portraits to depict a person’s inner wisdom. I am inspired by the isolated moment, the look before an emotional turn, and signs of hard won experience. I seek faces that teach us, which is why I sometimes use traditional or suggestive religious iconography. I also often use Old Master’s techniques of colored glazes to create a depth of skin tone, warmth and otherworldliness. Artist Studio 1819 Piedmont Ave – (512) 322-0333 kzamrazil@sbcglobal.net – kristiezamrazil.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Bill Jeffers – guest of Kristie Zamrazil

Hand-carved stone sculpture Exploring a place where geometry and sensuousness meet. Each sculpture hand-carved from a single quarried block or a weathered field stone. First the stone, then an idea, a mental image. The stone’s reality, purity, density, flaws, hardness, fragility. Me, my tools, body, my little aches, impatience, and persistence. And the idea. Working. Artist Studio 1819 Piedmont Ave – (512) 296-3850 bill.jeffers@sbcglobal.net – billjeffersart.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Monte Rhodes – guest of Kristie Zamrazil

Sterling silver, semi precious stones, copper, brass Art is everywhere, trees, a field of blowing grass, the surface of a calm lake as it reflects the sky. I try to capture that feeling with my jewelry. Every piece is different, each is the result of much thinking and planning. I don’t always succeed in creating that feeling but I never stop trying. Artist Studio 1819 Piedmont Ave – (512) 751-8241 rhodesm1@swbell.net – monterhodes.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Efrain Arvelo – guest of Kristie Zamrazil

Hot or cold metal, wood, rocks, glass My work is a combination of blacksmithing, welding, and jewelry techniques that are applied to hot or cold metal. I also try to incorporate rocks, wood, glass, and found objects to make unique pieces for the home or garden. Artist Studio 1819 Piedmont Ave – (512) 657-5502 earvelo@austin.rr.com – phoenixforges.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Winston Hicks – guest of Kristie Zamrazil

Photography My interest in subject and style varies, but what I am usually drawn to is solitude and quite reflection, especially in portraits. Many of the portraits I photograph are candid shots, to show people unaffected by the camera. Artist Studio 1819 Piedmont Ave – (512) 845-6139 winstonhicks@gmail.com – winstonhicks.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Faustinus Deraet

Photography “Every image has a deeper meaning... it involves a feeling and a reason about why we photograph”. In my series “Chilango Subconscious” I realized how my mind guided me in this emotional and visual experience while being in Mexico City. Faustinus is a commercial and fine art photographer represented by Davis Gallery. Artist Studio 2906 Stoneway Dr – faustinusderaet@yahoo.com faustinusderaet.com Accessibility: 2

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Laura Latimer

Sculpture, installation, assemblage, fiber, painting I work to create fantastical scenes of beauty fueled by contradiction – while opening a discussion of the world we intend to leave behind. Natural processes, systems of communication, and marks of development inspire layered scenes of mass-produced components. Artist Studio 6814 Pioneer Place – (512) 484-2432 info@lauralatimer.com – lauralatimer.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Janna Sammon

Acrylic paint, oil pastel, pencil on wood I believe in the importance of wonder. From this place of the unknown my paintings emerge and evolve. Each layer informing the next…building upon the last. Lines, colors and textures respond to each other. Creating the story. Artist Studio 6812 Pioneer Pl – (512) 970-3849 janna@jannasammon.com – jannasammon.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7

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William Cauthern

Block prints, collographs, sculpure, found objects My recent works are produced from observation and photos, in which I explore textures and repetition. My work focuses primarily on the personal symbolism of these items and environments. Artist Studio 6803 Pioneer Pl – (512) 589-3834 – wcauthern@gmail.com cauthern.com Accessibility: 3

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Gullett Elementary – Student Art Show

Drawing, painting, ceramics The Gullett Student Art Show is a yearly event showcasing the art of all Gullett Elementary students from kindergarten to fifth grade. This year our gallery theme is “Monsters.” All of the students have done a piece of art that relates to monsters in some way. Friday May 13th 5:00-8:00pm we are having a reception featuring creative learning we have been doing all year. Temporary Exhibition 6310 Treadwell Blvd – (512) 414-2082 nicki.leatherwood-schoolar@austinisd.org gullettartclass.weebly.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Sarah St Laurent

Encaustic My medium is encaustic. I melt, fuse and layer the wax and I often add fabric, paper, metal or wood. By building layers of color, texture and pattern I can create rich textural images. My creativity is process driven; I love the journey from initial idea to finished piece. I’m inspired by patterns, textures and materials. My current series combines fabric I have dyed, wax and rusted metal mesh. Artist Studio 3000 White Rock Dr – (512) 656-3731 – ssl@austin.rr.com stlaurentart.com Accessibility: 3, 6, 9

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Larry Goode

Mixed media Drawing on his love of books, typography, printing and ephemera, Goode combines paper from publications published prior to 1960 with acrylic paint, metal, ash and other elements to create works that contain whimsy, humor, and a sense of melancholy. Larry Goode is an artist, designer, and educator living and working in Austin, Texas. Artist Studio 2014 Brentwood St – (512) 467-7471 lgoode@larrygoode.com – larrygoodeart.com Accessibility: 2

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John Cruz

Mixed media 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.” Artist Studio 1900 #A Brentwood St – cruz900@yahoo.com flickr.comphotos/cruzart Accessibility: 6, 7, 8

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Sonya Berg

Painting, drawing, photography, mixed media My recent work is a combination of photography and collage to create alluring but disruptive visual space. Abstracted windows of color and texture develop from a loss of context. Visual splits, juxtaposed depth and flatness, and a combination of recognizable space and abstraction invoke curiosity and interest in a manufactured landscape. Artist Studio 1500 Ruth Ave – sonyaberg.art@gmail.com sonyaberg.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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46. Papel Texano – Handmade Paper Collective Paper, pulp, wood, ink, mixed Handmade paper arts collaborative and non-profit workshop studio in Austin, Texas. Papel Texano shares the joy of hand papermaking and related crafts through artistic creation, demonstrations, workshops and classes, enabling both the professional and the hobbyist to make quality paper by hand, as a sustainable fusion of contemporary technologies and ancient crafts. Artist Studio 1400 Ruth Ave (carport on Woodrow corner) (512) 554-4720 – yama@papeltexano.org – papeltexano.org Accessibility: 1, 3

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Patricia Strong – Strong Studio

Oil, acrylic, gilding, mixed media I paint what appeals to me. I see an image, a photo, a spot of light and then transform it through the medium of paint. I’ve been working with images and paints for 40 years and even now the struggle is fresh and the work challenging. I try not to limit myself. I explore different mediums and extremes of scale... sometimes working for myself, sometimes contracting with clients. Artist Studio 1107 Justin Ln – (512) 537-4025 – strongv@me.com patriciastrong.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 9

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Sara Appleton – guest of Patricia Strong

Earthenware and food safe, body safe glazes Space ... the final frontier, these are the voyages of a 21st century potter. Hand thrown and sculpted earthenware works glazed in poly-chrome majolica. Artist Studio 1107 Justin Ln – (512) 766-7123 – sgapottery@gmail.com sgapottery.com Accessibility: 6, 7, 9

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49. Cheavens Gallery – Cheavens Art Exhibition Original paintings, photography, and limited edition prints We are a family-owned fine art gallery based in Austin, Texas. We offer a large variety of original paintings, prints, and other creative works. Our wide range of artwork provides something for every collector! Gallery 7101 Easy Wind Dr, #3101 – (512) 577-3015 info@cheavensgallery.com – cheavensgallery.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5

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Claudine Lucier

Jewelry Defined by an artistic blend of clean lines and organic shapes, Lucier Jewelry achieves a distinctive quality that is both timeless and modern. Working primarily in 14K gold, each piece is made using both lost wax casting and traditional metalsmithing techniques. Artist Studio 6910 Shirley Ave, Ste C – sales@lucier-jewelry.com lucier-jewelry.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 7

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Glenda Kronke – G Kronke Studios

Kiln formed glass My strong connection to nature is rooted in my passion for hiking and exploring the outdoors. My work is a reflection of the awe and wonder I feel at nature’s ability to create the rare and exotic. Artist Studio 6910 Shirley Ave, Ste A (entrance on ground level thru gate) (512) 351-5120 – gkronke@yahoo.com gkronkestudios.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6

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Morgan Bogart – Glass Blowing Austin

Blown and fused glass Glass Blowing Austin is a glass shop located in North Central Austin. We have beautiful fused and blown work on display. Artist Studio 6910 Shirley Ave, Ste A (entrance on ground level thru gate) (512) 968-2551 – morgan@glassblowingaustin.com glassblowingaustin.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6

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Industry Print Shop

Screenprint, mixed media This collective of creative individuals has birthed the artistrun print shop that has become a powerhouse in Austin. On any given day you may find them printing 10,000 shirts for your favorite music festival, or producing art prints for a prolific contemporary artist. Their current body of work represents the diverse and intense perspective of this unique constellation of talent. Artist Studio 705 Wallingford Bend, Ste 110 – (512) 524-0181 industryprintshop@gmail.com – industryprintshop.com Accessibility: 1, 3, 5, 6, 7

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Jamie Rood – Art of Texas Studio & Gallery

Photographic art My artwork originates from an idea or something interesting I find in our environment. I am influenced by hiking in the wilderness, urban decay, ambient music, yoga & meditation and a spirit of exploration.I hope you will ‘feel something’ while enjoying my images. It may be a fond memory, or emotion. Perhaps the color and texture just speak to you. I invite you to ‘get to know’ my work. Artist Studio 820 Brentwood St – (512) 345-3468 – art@jamierood.com jamierood.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 7

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55. Petrified Design – Tyson Pendergrass & Gable Bostic Furniture, design, wood, metal and leather We believe in thoughtfully designed, quality furniture that is made to last. Each project or piece is conceptualized, designed and built by hand in Austin, Texas. Artist Studio 6601 Shirley Ave – (806) 790-1622 tyson@petrifieddesign.com – petrifieddesign.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5

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Rachel Sellars

Paintings, drawings, prints In my work, I use what’s around me to depict the beauty I find in everyday life, expressing love for my subject and my medium in the loving detail and careful attention I give to every piece of art I create. Prints, drawings and paintings can be seen in my studio, but it is mainly paintings that I focus on, mostly portraying subjects of landscape, portraiture, and still life. Artist Studio 6906 Priscilla Dr – artworkbyrachelsellars.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Lawrence Jolly – LincCollective

Oil on canvas, mixed media with found objects, wood, oil paint Winner of the 2015 City of Austin People’s Choice Award, Lawrence Jolly seeks to connect the natural and spiritual worlds through visually visceral story-telling. A painter of highly rendered figurative and environmental subject matter, his work combines the humanism of Caravaggio with the wit and whimsy of Dali, seasoned with surprising use of color, texture and painterly stylings all his own. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (512) 517-8733 – larry@jollydesign.com – lawrencejolly.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Mike Smoller – LincCollective

Acrylic My fascination with the interplay of color and light continues with two series of light sculptures which represent my most recent works. The medium is acrylic film illuminated by fluorescent light which accentuates the transparency of color and the juxtaposition of shapes. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (469) 438-2356 – utarch@yahoo.com utarch.deviantart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Hank Edwards – LincCollective

Acrylic painting and acrylic pouring My work, whether categorized as realism, abstract, or a combination of both, gives me an opportunity to express internal struggles that have been stumbling blocks on my path to becoming a better human being. Issues such as sobriety, control, the quest for acceptance, and judgement are part of my struggle. Creativity is where I learned what true freedom means, and is precisely why I paint today. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (512) 585-5127 – hankttt@gmail.com hankedwardsfinearts.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Debbie Carroll – LincCollective

Works in both watercolor and acrylic on canvas and board 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”. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (512) 656-2285 – debbiec@austin.rr.com debbiecarrolldesigns.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Laura Sturtz – LincCollective

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. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (512) 627-6151 – artist@artist123.com – artist123.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Mars Woodhill – LincCollective

Acrylic on canvas, 3D multimedia Inspired by natural phenomenon, I reference biological and geological influences in my work. My paintings evoke the interior of a mineral formation, a view of an undiscovered world, or the genesis of a new life form. Other artworks examine the elements that produce change, whether exploring boundaries and restraints or depicting a moment of explosive energy. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (281) 703-6528 – mars@marswoodhill.com marswoodhill.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Thomas Athey – LincCollective

Photographic collage Exploring evolutionary principles at work in art, I create complex image inheritance scenarios (copies of images), apply targeted mutations to highlight desirable attributes (image edits) and enforce selection pressures (ranking and rating) in a survival-of-the-fittest workflow that ultimately determines which images are included in the finished collage and which are unceremoniously cast aside. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (512) 851-7890 – tathey@swbell.net – the-memeplex.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Anne Klump – LincCollective

Bronze, clay, acrylic paint 21st Century Renaissance Artist. I am not just working in one medium, but many. My background is in Architectural Studies (UT) and I work in Interior Design, Faux Painting, Murals, Canvas & Furniture Painting, and Sculpture. I am well rounded and never get bored or feel limited. If one medium is best to express something, I use that medium. My passion is life has always been to create beauty. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (512) 736-8707 – aklump@grandecom.net – anneklump.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Mark Puente – LincCollective

Laser-cut wood, milk-paint, ink, acrylic, mixed media My interpretation of the Mexican Lotería cards celebrates not only the Latino culture of Austin, but my own personal transformation since moving to this great city. I translate my Dia de los Muertos bio-mechanical illustrations into intricate, tactile and colorful engravings with the use of a laser cutter to etch and jigsaw milk-paint finished wood and other media. Temporary Exhibition 6406 N IH 35, Ste 2850A (next to Chase Bank) (978) 430-5515 – nailivicstudios@gmail.com – nailivic.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Austin Creative Reuse – Creation Station

May 14 – 11am -1:30 pm Join us at the Austin Creative Reuse “Creation Station” Making cool new stuff out of stuff ACR rescued from the landfill. Our recipe for the fantastic fantasy gizmos: Start with old boxes, tubs, toilet paper tubes and trays; Add buttons, bolts, bottle caps and corks; Secure with tape, glue, binder clips and string; Mix in imagination and resourcefulness. End result is something amazing! Happening 6406 N IH 35, Ste 1801 (center faces Middle Fiskville Rd) info@austincreativereuse.org – austincreativereuse.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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VERGE Artists Exhibition – Jerry’s Artarama

Painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media VERGE Art Events is dedicated to creating affordable opportunities and exposure for local artists to show and sell their work. Artists need the support of a community to thrive, and similarly, a community needs arts to flourish. We strive to create events that serve both of these purposes. The VERGE Artists Exhibition includes artists who have participated in past events. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – info@vergeartevents.org vergeartevents.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Megan Merrill – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama

Watercolor, mixed media, collage I am inspired by natural forms, whether they emerge in my work as the human figure, nature, or organically inspired abstract. Although my work is highly driven by aesthetics, conceptual connotations arise naturally from choice in materials. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (512) 537-5777 megan@meganmerrillart.com – meganmerrillart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Erin Bower – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama

Oil and acrylic paint on wood panel Erin Bower is a young Austin artist who recently graduated from Texas State university with a degree in Graphic Design. She decided to follow her passion for painting and become a muralist and fine art painter because of her love for portrait painting. Over the last year she has focused on growing as an artist and sharing the world of her imagination in the most interesting way possible. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (281) 725-4413 – erinmbower@yahoo.com erinmbower.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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70. Whitney Turetzky – VERGE Artists Exhibition – Jerry’s Artarama Vintage photos, acrylic paint, embroidery stitching I am a visual artist working with mixed media to explore historical injustice expressed in current social and political commentary. I draw inspiration from personal life experiences, historical events, and modern day issues. I transform iconographic photography using paint and textile embroidery in such a way to invoke questions and raw emotions. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (801) 691-2779 whitneyturetzkyart@gmail.com – whitneyturetzky.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Marion Bermondy – VERGE Artists Exhibition – Jerry’s Artarama

Watercolor paintings on paper I work with watercolors and especially enjoy capturing human and animal expressions in my paintings. Watercolor is a light and fluid medium that allows you to play with colors and shades like no other. For me, the magic of creating happens when water and colors mingle in front of my eyes on the paper, just the way I wanted them to. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – marion@marionbermondy.com marionbermondy.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Amitai Plasse – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama

Acrylic, ink, watercolor, pencil and digital motion tools, In his work, Ami Plasse chronicles the people, places & events he has experienced since moving from Brooklyn to Austin in 2011. In this new environment, he searched for a new energy which he found the city’s extraordinary music scene. His work, consists of drawings, animations, paintings and prints. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (917) 488-0483 – ami@amiplasse.com amiplasse.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Marlene Jorge – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama

Oil sharpies My art reflects the beauty of the inconsistencies which are such an integral part of our nature because we are not perfect but even though perfection is just an empty idea folded in the back of our ego, we are, regardless of our ego’s vision, beautiful wonderful pieces of perfect walking inconsistencies. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (512) 903-7656 jorgemarleneartist@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

74. Chris Celusniak – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama India ink, fluid acrylic on paper My art is a synthesis of the optimistic. I want to show a hidden depth of stories within stories that come together to create a whole. These works are eclectic by nature and derive their form from patterns, improbable vintage, and sometimes a world of endless color. I invite the viewer to look into the canvas and find the intimate spaces within the larger whole, to read the narrative of it’s inhabitants story. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (512) 468-3818 christophercelusniak@gmail.com – chriscelusniak.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Cara Jackson – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama

Mixed Vibrant and playful works in a variety of mediums. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – carajackson.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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76. Brian Stokes – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama Masking tape, ink and prismacolor on chipboard and wood My art is just me doodling...and I draw with tape. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (816) 585-3303 brian@trickponystudio.com – trickponystudio.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

77. Kelly Bruemmer – VERGE Artists Exhibition Jerry’s Artarama Acrylic, mixed media Acrylic and mixed media. Abstract. Fluid. Flowing with dramatic tones and colors. My process is completely visceral and intuitive. I consider my work free of prototypical principles, promotions or statements, but rich with emotional depth, love, truth and the undercurrent of my personal experiences, struggles and joys. I didn’t find art, it found me. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 6010 N IH 35 – (314) 809-0495 kellybruemmer111@gmail.com – artbyartwest.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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David Lamplugh

Painting, leaf The Defensive postures series stems from my older series on Ukiyoe. Both series are primarily concerned with animals defending themselves from the environmental ravages of humanity. The work is built on the foundation of digital collage and is created using experimental acrylic. Artist Studio 5914 Sunshine Dr – (512) 662-4486 fugnar@gmail.com – davidlamplugh.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6

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Negina Kolesar

Oil, acrylic, ceramics, canvas and paper prints I make pretty pottery. I paint. Sometimes I paint on the pottery. Artist Studio 1105 Alegria Rd – lusciousninja@gmail.com lusciousninja.com Accessibility: 0

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Karen Offutt

Drawing and oil painting As an artist, I am very aware of my environment which invites me to be a constant observer. I see potential in everything and my emotional reaction guides me to a specific inspiration. There are different aspects to my painting, for example, technical skill, creative freedom and emotional truth. My goal is to create work that guides all these elements in a direction that moves me. Artist Studio 1805 Romeria Dr – (512) 296-3435 – okoffutt@yahoo.com karenoffutt.com Accessibility: 2

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Salvador Rodriguez

Acrylic on canvas, watercolor and ink on paper My work is the result of seeing and representing the beauty around us, but sometimes take nature as I please and reject what I don’t like, creating new compositions based on observation and study of each plant, tree, rock, mountain, and their connections. It’s never photographically accuracy, but is the presence of life on an aerial landscape concept. Artist Studio 1901 Palo Duro Rd – (512) 653-6833 salvadorrod13@gmail.com sites.google.com/site/salvadorrodriguezart Accessibility: 2

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82. Martha Kull – Marketplace Art Gallery and Studios Acrylic, watercolor, pastels, colored pencils Long time Austinites: Mozelle Marks, Gail Sneden, and Martha Kull, with Garima Heath and Ghislaine Barillaud established the Marketplace Art Gallery (and Studios) in a vital area of Austin as a place to create and exhibit their art. These artists create in a variety of mediums and styles and love working together, sharing their processes and products with Marketplace visitors and customers. Artist Studio 5806 Burnet Rd – mktplc.gal@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4

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Manik Raj Nakra

Leopards, romance, blood, jungles of nepal, sultans eating gold Thick, teeming tropical jungles, exotic Asiatic animals, gore, romance, mythical severed heads, and the ancient artifacts and architecture of temples and alters, Manik’s work applies a contemporary lens to post-colonial anachronisms and historical Indian iconography. These themes highlight contemporarily relevant narratives, paranoias, and dreams of his time and place. Artist Studio 5608 Montview St – (281) 433-9465 manikinskywalker@gmail.com – manikrajnakra.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8

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smasHouse design

Wood, metal, concrete 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 Artist Studio 2121 Shoalmount Dr – (512) 656-0653 smashousedesign@gmail.com – smashousedesign.com Accessibility: 2

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Swava Pearl Hooks

Oil and acrylic paint on found objects HOLY CAT! Paintings of cats on found objects such as boxes and fish tins. I’ll be taking custom orders and painting on site. Custom orders placed before or during the first weekend will be available for pick up during the second weekend. Artist Studio 5615B Jim Hogg Ave – swava.pearl@gmail.com etsy.com/shop/swavapearl Accessibility: 4

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Vicki Harris – Absurd and Absurdly Beautiful – Austin Public Library: Recycled Reads

Color inkjet prints My main focus is documenting how we as humans occupy and alter the world. The consequences and aftermath of that occupation are often absurd and at times absurdly beautiful. My work is influenced by the New Topographics movement of the 1970’s including photographers Robert Adams, Stephen Shore and Frank Gohlke. But mainly I just like to look. Temporary Exhibition 5335 Burnet Rd – (512) 569-4648 – violetcrown@gmail.com flickr.com/photos/125849607@n05 Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Thomas Hooper – Austin Public Library: Yarborough Branch

Drawing, painting, printing, video, film, sculpture, installation Most know me for my intricate tattoo work which draws influences from traditional tattooing, nature, mathematical and geometric patterns, as well as eastern religious imagery. In this exhibition I aim to mix orthodox and unorthodox drawing and painting techniques, organic textures with geometrical entities, crossing the paths of my everyday practice on skin into a different realm. Temporary Exhibition 2200 Hancock Dr – thomashoopertattooing@gmail.com meditationsinatrament.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Philip Sterzing

Oil painting, drawing I create oil paintings of landscapes, still lifes, abstracts, and humans. I am a native Austinite; and graduated from UT Austin and attended Cooper Union Art School in NYC. My goal is to create unique images that portray the beauty I see in the world and the beauty of forms and colors. Artist Studio 1407 W 51st St – (512) 934-7911 – philsterzing@gmail.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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John Kuehne – guest of Philip Sterzing

Oil painting I paint from life using the expensive mud we call oil paints. I’m interested in any object that may happen to be in front of me. The true subject is always the painting and the paint itself. I like the quick burst of energy in making small pictures. Artist Studio 1407 W 51st St – johnkuehneart@gmail.com kuehne.wordpress.com Accessibility: 2, 3

90. The Arc of the Arts Studio & Gallery ROLL w/ IT! Painting, drawing, digital prints, mixed media and jewelry The Arc of the Arts Studio & Gallery is a creative arts program offered by The Arc of the Capital Area that provides services and supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Arc of the Arts is an inclusive program where artists learn new skills, explore their own artistic process and professionally sell and display their artwork. Gallery 4902 Grover Ave – (512) 476-7044 art@arcofthecapitalarea.org – arcofthearts.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7

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Kris Ohlinger – Frust Labs

Acrylic, oil, ink, graphite I have interest in taking a slice/snapshot/sample of noise/ complexity/networks and bounding/confining them with drawing/painting so that I can yell at them, “psff, that’s it?!” Occasionally they respond by creating a fleeting itch/twitch and I wonder, “ooooooh?” Artist Studio 5317B Aurora Dr – (940) 442-1779 – vorange4@gmail.com Accessibility: 4, 6

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Krysti Davis – guest of Kris Ohlinger

Sterling silver, petrified wood, agate, natural turquoise, stone Mine is a long term endeavor to imbue inanimate objects with talisman qualities using sterling silver, native and other natural stone. My preferred fabrication techniques include repousse, chasing, stamping, stone cutting, and inlay. I love working with petrified palm wood, Rio Grande agate, and natural green turquoise. Artist Studio 5317B Aurora Dr – (956) 330-7168 – tangokd@gmail.com etsy.comkrystidesign Accessibility: 4, 6

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Guzu Gallery Presents: The POPular Vote

Original, mixed media artwork and screen prints Guzu Gallery supports local artists, providing them with a venue to present their artwork to the public in a casual setting. Guzu’s exhibitions tend toward the pop culture side of the art spectrum — showcasing subjects and themes that general audiences can connect with. In particular, their current group exhibition, The POPular Vote, celebrates (pokes fun at?) politics in this election year. Gallery 5000 N Lamar Blvd – (512) 454-4898 – guzugallery.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6

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Christopher Hynes

Assemblages, collage, color field painting Speaking of his work, Hynes says, “When I’m in my studio the Universe is perfect and everything I need is right there. Sometimes it’s even divine and I’m just a channel for it to come through. I like to think of my work as visual poems. The constructions are a form of storytelling, and I love to tell my stories.” Artist Studio 5206 Guadalupe St – (512) 371-1806 christopher@christopherhynes.com – christopherhynes.com Accessibility: 4, 7, 8, 9

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Jason Webb

Acrylic Fundamentally, my work is concerned with impermanence. I carefully examine and paint discarded possessions or abandoned places, having been exhausted of their value. I also paint collections of objects which carry deep personal value for their owners. Artist Studio 5509 Guadalupe St, #1 – (512) 619-3926 jason@jasonwebbart.com – jasonwebbart.com Accessibility: 3, 6

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Andy Nelson – Riktor

Oil, acrylic, spray paint, wood, metal and concrete Street Art & Fine Art fusion is a description of my artwork. With a Fine Arts degree from Oregon and over 20 years of creating street art I have ventured into many styles. I enjoy creating art reflecting experience from travel, relationships, mood & culture. These experiences fuse concept & abstract ideas, creating visual stimulation and potential energy movements with some apparent objects. Artist Studio 5314 Harmon Ave – (801) 215-9540 anelsonart@gmail.com – andynelsonart.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6, 7

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Kerry Kittrell – kerry kittrell art

Sculptured paintings, mixed media, acrylic on canvas, cauldron keepers Glowing, colorful metallic abstractions emerge in mixed-media sculptured paintings and other forms including Cauldron Keepers. Deeply connect with the beauty, delight, and magic of our precious Mother Earth. Explore liminal portals, myth, and symbol. Experience the Sacred and the Divine Feminine within and without. Materials include repurposed materials, acrylic paint, vintage buttons, driftwood, rusty metal and fiber. Artist Studio 5004 Eilers Ave – (512) 632-7858 kerry@kerrykittrellart.com – kerrykittrellart.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Marie Blazek – guest of Kerry Kittrell

Clay How to make clay fly? Why are my hands shaped like wings? My obsession with the properties and possibilities of clay is only surpassed by what my hands want to do with it. I impose my favorite images on the forms, to give them place and weight while defying gravity through my imagination. Almost illusory, my ravens fly, my Buddhas bless, and my trees sway; all, unmired by their clay-flesh. Artist Studio 5004 Eilers Ave – (512) 988-0034 marie_blazek@hotmail.com – marieblazek.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Bradford Maxfield & Christin Atkinson Estudio Bradlio

Wood, acrylic, lighting, metal My body of work encompasses my journey through life as a creative soul that loves to make tangible things. My body functions similar to other humans that I know but I am unique in my own manner. Not only for the people and things that influence me but for the innate abilities in which I was born with. This is an exploration of all of that. Artist Studio 812 E 47th St, Unit A – (915) 472-4121 bradfordmaxfield@gmail.com – estudiobradlio.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 8

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Carla Ek – Ek Creations Studio

Pottery, ceramics, 3D printing Modern cats, robots and mid-century modern all fascinate the artist, Carla Ek who incorporates the 1960’s look into her work. Recent designs included folder clay casserole dishes, key boxes and bee adorned dishes. Eclectic designs well worth stopping by to see! Artist Studio 4517 Red River – carlaek@ekcreations.net ekcreationsstudio.etsy.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 7, 9

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Palri Pema Od Ling – Traditional Tibetan Sacred Paintings and Sculptures

Painting, gold leaf, sculpture in wood and bronze, small trinkets Richly colored paintings in traditional brocade frames and glittering golden statues sized miniature to massive create a feast for the eyes at Palri Pema Od Ling Tibetan Buddhist Temple. Our special display for the WEST tour is complimented by printed materials explaining the symbolism in the art. We will have congenial docents to answer questions about the displays, and small items for purchase. Temporary Exhibition 605 E 45th St – palri.austin@gmail.com – palri.org Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 9

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Tom Delaney – Palri Pema Od Ling

Photo encaustics and fine photography Why Studio Cygnet? It’s a reference to the story about the ugly duckling that turns out to be a beautiful swan. The ducklings couldn’t recognize the beauty because their only experience was as a duck chick, and not as a cygnet. The moral of the story is my inspiration. There is beauty in all things; we just may need to change who we are to experience it and be allowed to appreciate that beauty. Temporary Exhibition 605 E 45th St – (512) 796-4449 studiocygnet@earthlink.net – studiocygnet.com Accessibility: 0

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Michael Penn Smith – Palri Pema Od Ling

Photography I’ve been a “Vision Worker” for most of my life, first in still and then for over 3 decades in motion photography. Now I’m enjoying returning to still photography for part of my livelihood, and also exploring the power of photography for creative expression and for sharing human experience. When shooting I’m aiming to uncover the extraordinary reality that glimmers within the ordinary. Temporary Exhibition 605 E 45th St – (214) 519-4822 michaelpennsmith@gmail.com michaelpennsmith.photoshelter.com Accessibility: 0

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The Elisabet Ney Museum

Sculpture The Elisabet Ney Museum is the home and studio of the famed 19th century German sculptor Elisabet Ney, a very exceptional woman and seminal Austinite. The Museum celebrates her art, history and legacy every day with educational programs, exhibits, special events, family events and more year-round. Gallery 304 E 44th St – (512) 458-2255 – ney@austintexas.gov austintexas.gov/elisabetney Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Jenn Hassin – The Elisabet Ney Museum

Rolled handmade paper and newspaper You’re invited to come take part of a yearlong exhibition at the Elisabet Ney Museum by artist Jenn Hassin. She will be activating the space with a sculpture using rolled paper and wants you to be involved. Write your dreams, prayers and hopes on handmade cotton rag paper and help in the making of this work. Hassin currently works out of her studio with the intention of making a difference.​ Gallery 304 E 44th St – (512) 808-8168 – jennhassin@gmail.com jennhassin.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Katherine Robinson

Couture, one-of-a-kind dresses, hand-woven and handprinted fabric A classically-trained couturier, I’ve worked for greats such as Bill Blass and Geoffrey Beene, and in American’s last bastion of couture – Hollywood. Couture is both an art and a craft. It is about fitting the individual body with a fluid architectural skin that adapts to any imperfection in order to eliminate it. My art is to enable clients to create a visual mirror of their inner selves. Artist Studio 4204 Duval St – (208) 608-5634 – wt.dresses@gmail.com whirlingturban.com Accessibility: 0

107. Sarah Presson – guest of Katherine Robinson Cut paper collage, watercolor and ink Sarah Presson’s work celebrates the diverse range of the human experience through cut paper collage and watercolor. Bizarre pairings of ancient archetypes and sumptuous colors collide with humorous moments to create a visual symphony. Artist Studio 4204 Duval St – (731) 695-4285 – sarah@sarahpresson.com sarahpresson.com Accessibility: 0

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Nick Schnitzer – guest of Katherine Robinson

Low relief assemblage My current work concerns the common elements of the esoteric aspects of the Abrahamic religions. Although quite different, these traditions share much more than meets the eye, and through my work, I seek to celebrate these expressions. Crafted primarily with steel, wood, and glass, these works seek to induce a contemplative look at the deeper aspects of these cultures. Artist Studio 4204 Duval St – (512) 779-5557 – nick@nickschnitzer.com nickschnitzer.com Accessibility: 0

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Yordanis Garmendia-Mederos – guest of Katherine Robinson

Oil, acrylic, pencil, collage In my work, I try to unite the Apollonian idea of reason with the Dionysian notion of instinct. Through this lens I seek to understand the modern sensibility of our complex culture. Artist Studio 4204 Duval St – (830) 212-9460 – mperesgil@yahoo.com Accessibility: 0

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Steve Shelton – Ecotopes – guest of Katherine Robinson

Steel, garapa hardwood, plywood, soil and stone Steve Shelton is a landscape designer + founder of Ecotopes. In addition to designing + building outstanding native landscapes, Mr. Shelton + his team of fabricators build a variety of integrated outdoor lifestyle products, including furnishings, planters, a composter + a hibachi grill. Artist Studio 4204 Duval St – (512) 587-2401 – steve@ecotopes.com ecotopes.com Accessibility: 0

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Denise Fulton

Oil and acrylic on board My paintings are post-contemporary representational. The subject matter ranges from figures, to portraits to trees in the landscape. Lately I’ve been working oils. Artist Studio 4104 Ave H (studio is behind house) denise@denisemfulton.com – denisemfulton.com Accessibility: 6

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Chalda Maloff – guest of Denise Fulton

Digital painting My art reflects my abiding optimism and faith in the order of our world. My process, sometimes intellectual and sometimes intuitive, consists of working and reworking shapes and colors towards an expressive whole that will have the power to evoke emotion, sensuality, and spirituality. Artist Studio 4104 Ave H (studio is behind house) cmaloff@medium-s.com – chalda.com Accessibility: 6

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Christy Kale – guest of Denise Fulton

Oil painting, stained glass mosaic work Christy Kale is a painter of iconic imagery in which she explores the intersection of reality and imagination. Her work is characterized by highly saturated color, a playful energy and a celebration of the natural world. She also creates one of a kind mosaic pieces incorporating stained glass, vintage buttons, beads and mirror. Artist Studio 4104 Ave H (studio is behind house) – (512) 466-7051 christykale@gmail.com – christykale.com Accessibility: 6

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Orlando Sanchez – Creative Warriors

Oils, acrylics The Creative Warriors, making strong and beautiful paintings with community. From making the frames to making meals together after a hard long day of painting. We are here to share beautiful creations of art and inspire. Temporary Exhibition 4101 Guadalupe St, #200 – (813) 650-5713 osanchezart@gmail.com – orlandosanchezart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9

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115. Eric Lothspeich – EMLstudio – Creative Warriors Oil, acrylic, and charcoal Creative Warriors, making strong and beautiful artworks as a community. From making the frames to cooking meals together after a hard day of painting this community/tribe work together to challenge each other to create and inspire. Temporary Exhibition 4101 Guadalupe St, #200 – (678) 468-8728 eric@emlstudio.com – emlstudio.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Fabian Parker – Creative Warriors

Watercolor, acrylic, pen and ink, graphite, mixed media Borrowing from mythologies and cultural symbols from around the world, I attempt to generate my own explanations for various internal and external phenomena. My goal is to use those influences to create standalone narratives of my own. Temporary Exhibition 4101 Guadalupe St, #200 – (979) 943-1301 fabian.parker@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Emily Berry – Creative Warriors

Acrylic, watercolors, colored pencils, love! Emily Michele Berry explores human thoughts, emotions, spirituality, and their interconnectedness through her mixedmedia artwork. She is currently inspired by divine feminine archetypes with playful and powerful juxtapositions of gorgeous flora and fauna. Emily sees the world in rose-colored glasses and enjoys sharing this beauty through her art. Temporary Exhibition 4101 Guadalupe St, #200 – (937) 681-2256 emilymicheleberry@gmail.com – emilymicheleberry.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Laura Poll – Weaving Arts Austin

Linen, cotton, silk, wool, hemp, upcycled materials Weaving Arts Austin is a nontraditional weaving studio. Using simple weaving structures, students are encouraged to experiment with a variety of materials and colors to create unique works of art. The process more closely resembles painting and is accessible to everyone. The studio offers classes and workshops, and is family friendly. Artist Studio 4302 Bellvue Ave – (512) 284-8451 contact@weavingartsaustin.com – weavingartsaustin.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6

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Madeline Irvine

Salt crystals: sea salt, volcanic salt, Himalayan pink salt and inks, gouache, metallic inks and phosphorescent paint The oceans, ancient and current, are the source of my current work. I am drawn to the seas for many reasons, including its beauty and power, the illusion of limitlessness, its age and history, teeming life and countless mysteries. A greater awareness of the ocean and the rapid effects of climate change unfolding within it are undercurrents of the work. Artist Studio 4507 Sinclair Ave (studio at the end of driveway) madelineirvine.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Sara Madandar & Jieun Beth Kim – 2wo Lines – B

Acrylic, oil-paint, watercolor, encaustic paint and mixed media 2wo Lines studio consists of two artists, Sara Madandar and Jieun Beth Kim. Both received their Master of Fine Arts at the University of Texas-Austin. Madandar’s work is about the relationship of the human to their bodies and covers. Kim investigates the state of physical being and its impermanence through her artwork. This will be the single opportunity to see their private studio. Artist Studio 630 Maiden Ln, Apt B – 2wolines@gmail.com 2wolines.weebly.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6, 7, 8

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121. Marja Spearman – de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART Sculpture, ceramics, installation Visit the workshop and see the maquette and production process of the next sculptural installation: “Cloud Nine,” as well as art by Leslie Begert and Nell Gottlieb. It has been quite a year. de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART finished the renovation of the adjacent gallery and its first exhibit “One / Sixth” is open to you as well. See our ad and gallery listing. Artist Studio 1004 W 31st St – (512) 815-7534 marjaverhaar@earthlink.net – marjaspearman.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6

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Nell Gottlieb – de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART

Mixed media: ceramic, glass, resin, metal, fiber, found objects Over the past year, my practice in ceramic and glass has shifted to include additional materials, approaches and concepts. I have devoted much thought to memento mori and social and personal change, which has resulted in a broader vocabulary and room for reflection. I look forward to sharing this with you and invite you to visit the studio and new gallery space. Artist Studio 1004 W 31st St – (512) 663-8450 – nell.gottlieb@gmail.com nellgottlieb.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6

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de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART

Painting, mixed media, sculpture, video, works on paper This is de stijl’s first exhibition, “One / Sixth,” and features these six, African American, UT MFA graduates: Walter Kisner, Steven Jones, Zoë Charlton, Robert Pruitt, Christina Coleman, and Janaye Brown. Artists’ Discussion, Sunday, May 15, 2:003:30pm, focuses on the individual artworks and on the broader implications of being one of the few African American MFA artists in this society. Gallery 1006 W 31st St – (512) 354-0868 – destijlaustin@gmail.com destijlaustin.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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Pat Falconer

Mixed including colored pencil, ink, acrylics, watercolor I love to draw and paint. Whatever captures my attention from year to year becomes subject matter for my work. Right now that is birds and animals. Artist Studio 1516 W 31st St – (512) 479-4089 – pfalconer13@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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Empty House Productions – Indoor Games

Painting, drawing, print, sculpture, video, photography Set in a real life context and home to a real family, Indoor Games plays around the contradictions and inspirations aroused by art and life. Using the house as an installation background, we celebrate in a contemporary fashion a legacy of genres. Featured artists: Carolina Alcocer, Heather Sundquist, Oriana Carrasco, Jack Mendoza, Jon Windham, Bayo, Belen Garcia-Mendoza and Kuki & Claudia Bastos. Temporary Exhibition 2507 Aztec Dr – belengmh@icloud.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6

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B Shawn Cox

Mixed media, painting, clay Based on or derived from personal or found vintage photographs, my work attempts to capture, reinterpret and share a moment in time. Visually inspired by (in no material order) vintage images, advertising, architecture, magazines, 80’s and literature. I’m drawn to narratives, humor, cliché, irony, color texture, layered meanings and shiny things. I use paint, plaster, clay, etc. Artist Studio 1411 Gaston Ave (studio in back) – (281) 802-3882 bshawncox@gmail.com – bshawncox.com Accessibility: 0

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Kaitlin Merchant Davison – guest of B Shawn Cox

Oil, acrylic Kaitlin’s goal as an artist is to provide the viewer with a moment of retreat from the chaos of life with a reminder of the beauty and peace we’re surrounded with when only we look for it. Her work features moody and dramatic skyscapes, mysterious female figures, and colorful flowers that play in the broad space between realism and abstraction. Artist Studio 1411 Gaston Ave (studio in back) – (512) 537-4618 kdmerchantart@gmail.com – kdmerchant.com Accessibility: 0

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West Campus Women – Gingi Statman

Painting printmaking drawing sculpture performance We are a collaborative of young women artists and musicians from Austin, TX. West Campus Women features the artwork of Amanda Cavazos Weems, Gingi Statman, Natalie Bradford, Nohemy Herrera, and Tori Reynolds. Paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures will be on display at Gingi Statman’s home studio. Artist Studio 2810 San Pedro St, Unit B – westcampuswomen@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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A Night with West Campus Women

May 21 – 6pm-12am Come enjoy a night of art and music celebrating female empowerment. Much2Much and Jackie Mae will perform. West Campus Women features the artwork of Amanda Cavazos Weems, Gingi Statman, Natalie Bradford, Nohemy Herrera, and Tori Reynolds. Paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures will be on display at Gingi Statman’s home studio. Happening 2810 San Pedro St, Unit B – westcampuswomen@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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130.

Casey Diebold

Acrylic on canvas and wood Casey Diebold’s work is a hybrid of pulp-illustration and crime noir depicting fictional rebel-romance stories set around the 1960’s. Influences include Hitchcock, garage rock, and the full Chevy line-up between 1956 and 1964. He has been pushing paints into galleries across the US since 2008. (Apt/ Studio is located on the right, just after the turn onto Nueces St. from Guadalupe) Artist Studio 2812 Nueces St, #101 – casey.diebold@gmail.com caseydiebold.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8

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Angela Mathias – VERGE Artists Exhibition

Oil and watercolor Simple and aura-like imagery to comment on and question the life span of people. Taking a backstage perspective on memories and human energy. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – (512) 516-1022 angela@wadeart.gallery – wadeart.gallery Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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April Davis – VERGE Artists Exhibition

Photography I explore the crumbling ruins of abandoned buildings which have become insidious throughout our cities and towns to capture their hidden beauty. I want to share the puzzle and mystery of each location and show the interplay of life and death as nature begins to reclaim a structure. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – (512) 826-8150 april@deadlycreative.com – deadlycreative.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Carla J. Clay – VERGE Artists Exhibition

Watercolor, acrylic, ink I create colorful flora and fauna paintings using watercolor and acrylics. My science background is infused into my work and my intricate black and white sketches. “It is only by selection, by elimination, and by emphasis that we get at the real meaning of things” - Georgia O’Keeffe. Visit VERGEartevents. org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – carlajclay.art@gmail.com carlajclayart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Katie Horbal – VERGE Artists Exhibition

Printmaking, relief, woodcut, linocut, screen printing I am a studio art major living and working in Austin, Texas. My focus is on creating whimsical imagines that don’t exist in the real world. Growing up I loved anything prehistoric. I would imagine dinosaurs being alive today in our modern world and what that would look like. I use different styles of printmaking to make these images come to life. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – (512) 202-4488 katiehorbal@yahoo.com – katiehorbal.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

135. Rebecca Gordon – VERGE Artists Exhibition – The Q Oil paint, mixed media My paintings combine traditional abstract art with the decorative, graphic elements of our modern world. I enjoy an inventive and improvisational process of changing paintings over time while merging influences from mid-20th century art movements with the modern day commercial art forms of advertising and design graphics. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – (817) 300-2001 rebecca.blair.gordon@gmail.com – rebeccablairgordon.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Flip Solomon – VERGE Artists Exhibition

Pen and ink My current body of work starts to explore multidimensional worlds: from personal and ancestral symbols to DNA & genetic mutations to gestation & spirit animals. Visit VERGEartevents. org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – flipsolomon@yahoo.com flipsolomon.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Robert Page – VERGE Artists Exhibition

Oil, acrylic, canvas, wood panel Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – robert@rampageart.com rampageart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Drew Riley – VERGE Artists Exhibition

Acrylic on stretched canvas Gender Portraits, a series by transgender artist, Drew Riley, uses vibrant paintings and intimate stories to chronicle gender diversity. “Painted with splashes of bright color, full of dynamic movement or charged silence, and set against whimsical or brooding backdrops, Riley’s portraits are nothing short of arresting.” - Mitch Kellaway, The Advocate. Visit VERGEartevents.org to learn about VERGE. Temporary Exhibition 2906 Medical Arts St – (512) 827-8272 drew@genderportraits.com – genderportraits.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Adreon Henry – BIRDWATCHING, A CANVAS LOCK, AND SOMEONE WHO LOOKS LIKE YOU – Medical Arts Gallery

May 21 – 6-10pm Join us Saturday, May 21st from 6-10pm for the opening of Adreon Henry’s Birdwatching, A Canvas Lock, and Someone Who Looks Like You. Recent work with vinyl, film, and audio transform the space and offer a unique experience to the viewer. Hosted by Dr. Robert Cantu. On view through June by appointment. For more information peruse adreonhenry.com Happening 2911 Medical Arts St, Ste 13B – (512) 627-8284 adreon@adreonhenry.com – adreonhenry.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum

The artists work in a wide range of mediums Contemporary artists Kristen Fox, Julie Fritz, Morgan Grasham, Soña Holman, David Lamplugh, Lucy MacQueen, Jeffrey Primeaux, Saul Jerome San Juan, Kristy Battani, and Catherine Small overlay their artwork on the permanent collection of historic art and period furniture housed in the stately 1855 Greek-Revival architecture of the Neill-Cochran House Museum, interacting with the rich context in form and content. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (512) 478-2335 – nchmuseum.org Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Soña Holman – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum

Pyrographic painting – wood burn, acrylic and plaster on wood I love to wood burn, creating drawings tattooed into the surface of the wood. Pyrography, plaster, & acrylic paint become mixed media panels of abstracted, textured movement, pulling the imagination into a quiet, mystical energy, replete with elements of the natural realm- trees, sky clouds, storms. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (415) 246-3300 info@sonaholman.com – sonaholman.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Lucy MacQueen – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum

Acrylic on panel, plexiglass My focus is the mercurial effect of weather, particularly water. Incorporating plexiglass onto my work by etching or painting it, adds dimension, movement and shadow. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (512) 784-4081 lucymacqueen@mac.com – lucymacqueen.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Julie Fritz – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum

Oil, cold wax, graphite, oil stick, collage Julie Fritz will be showing large abstract landscapes of Texas in oil and cold wax on framed board. Her paintings have simple compositions, but multiple layers of color give the works depth and texture. The beeswax brings a unique transparency that tells the story of the process and of the land. She will be giving demonstrtions on bringing the Texas landscape to life with cold wax. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (804) 317-8849 juliefritz8@gmail.com – juliefritz.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

144. Jeffrey Primeaux – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum Acrylic on canvas, panel, paper My paintings are like collages in that they are composed from various source images, but are painted in a more representationally cohesive manner to depict scenes that interpret elements of the natural/visible world as they might be composed according to memory, fantasy, or imagination in general. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (512) 963-6479 jeffprimeaux@yahoo.com – jeffreyprimeaux.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Kristen A. Fox – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum

Paint and found materials on stretched canvas A collection of works at the historic Neill-Cochran House: Contemporary works are arranged as an overlay onto the historic spaces and displayed adjacent to the museum’s permanent collection. Themes of my work include the individual versus the collective and the role of women in contemporary society, inspecting the roles that have been created for us over time and those we create for ourselves. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (512) 574-2075 kristenafox@gmail.com – kristenafox.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

146. Morgan Grasham – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum Oil on canvas, taxidermy, digital art, ceramics, mixed media I combine classical painting with software that visualizes the subject as though they are inside black holes. A trained taxidermist, I also make sculptures inspired by cabinets of curiosities. My works at the Neil-Cochran House Museum play with space, and open a dialog on human-animal relationships, then and now. They explore the multi-faceted issue of biodiversity conservation. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (972) 974-5864 info@morgangrasham.com – morgangrasham.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

147. Kristy Darnell Battani – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum Mixed media I am overwhelmed by, and yet curiously drawn to, the deluge of information enveloping our society. I find beauty in the deterioration of information, both in form and substance. My new work for West emphasizes the tactile side of information, specifically information in Braille, will be shown for the first time at the Neill-Cochran House whose original occupant was the Texas Blind Institute. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (512) 270-0267 kristy@kristybattani.com – kristybattani.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Catherine Small – Pop-Up at Neill-Cochran House Museum

Painting, printmaking, mixed media I will be exhibiting my contemporary artwork which blends narrative and portraiture along side the period art and furniture of the historic Neill-Cochran House Museum. Temporary Exhibition 2310 San Gabriel St – (510) 303-3306 art@catherinesmall.com – catherinesmall.com Accessibility: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Bradley Wilson

Black and white 35mm film, pen, charcoal My work includes both photography and drawings, capturing both natural and built forms. In both mediums I focus on composition and light. In both man-made or organic I try to capture the emotion, composition, and bold beauty they both have to offer. Artist Studio 915 W 21st St, Unit 1 – (512) 695-6539 bradleylwilson@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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spaceCAMP – Hyperstyle – Materials Lab

Painted wood spaceCAMP’s mission is to experiment with materials and explore spatial concepts through an ongoing series of sitespecific installations. ‘Hyperstyle’ will consist of two dense grids of slender columns, one springing from above, one from below, and meeting in the space between. A pattern of color will highlight where these grids overlap, emphasizing the tension between floor and ceiling plane. Gallery 310 Inner Campus Dr, WMB 3.102 – (512) 232-5969 joel@joelnolandesign.com – joelnolan.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 7, 8, 9

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Women & Their Work Ann Johnson – Converse: Real Talk

Printmaking This multi-media and print based exhibition explores cultural connections related to ways of communicating, self-identity and race. Converse: Real Talk is on view through June 23, 2016. Ann Solesister Johnson is a Houston based artist and teacher. Women & Their Work is a visual and performing art organization that serves as a catalyst for contemporary art created by women living and working in Texas and beyond. Gallery 1710 Lavaca St – (512) 477-1064 info@womenandtheirwork.org – womenandtheirwork.org Accessibility: 2

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Bob Swaffar – artStar Pottery

Porcelain thrown, textured, multiple glazes, wood, salt, soda fired Although my professional career was in computers and architecture, I periodically worked with clay. After retiring from the University of Texas, I built my studio and in 2005 I started making pots full time. I work with porcelain fired in atmospheric kiln conditions, such as wood, salt, or soda. My pieces are functional and thrown on a potters wheel emphasizing surface texture and color. Artist Studio 906 W 17th St – (512) 477-7449 – swaffar@lostinaustin.com lostinaustin.com/artstar Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Jamie Kovach

Painting, photography, sculpture Desserts offer a pretty package, concerned as much with form and aesthetic presentation as with content. These treats are symbolic of celebration, play, and reward. Kovach uses these symbols, and others like them, to explore the dichotomy of innocent childhood cravings and beleaguered adult “control”. Artist Studio 1515B Woodlawn Blvd – jamiekovach.com Accessibility: 2

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Jeanne Philquist

Oil on linen I paint relationships described by moments in time. I try to tell a story of our slightly absurd lives and, with humor and empathy, our interactions 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. We’ll laugh! Artist Studio 1709 Palma Plaza – (512) 478-9590 jphilquist@austin.rr.com Accessibility: 0

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Jean Synodinos – guest of Jeanne Philquist

Acrylic, oil pen, gouache, sand, cement, fabric The work is an abstract exploration of the perfect imperfection of curves implied by nature, as well as the lines imposed upon nature by people. Surfaces are highly textured with paints and the occasional injection of fabric, sand, or other materials to build dimension. Pieces are quite purposefully dulled or given multiple coats of high gloss for additional contrast. Artist Studio 1709 Palma Plaza – (512) 740-0013 jeanlsynodinos@gmail.com – jeansynodinosart.com Accessibility: 0

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Carol Hayman

Printmaking These prints are from a series on manikins, in a surreal presentation of artificial bodies in various stages of decomposition. The dents and chips contrast with the usual decorative role of manikins. The images convey feelings that these figures have a history, a life of their own, momentarily paused, but might continue when the viewer turns away. Artist Studio 1001 Eason St – (512) 477-3099 – carolhayman@yahoo.com carolhayman.weebly.com Accessibility: 3, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Barbara Timko – guest of Carol Hayman

Painting with washes and color pencils on cloth My dreams make powerful pictures of a woman on adventures with her dog companions. On thin translucent cloth, the image is fleshed out with terracotta washes and markers. The negative space is as alluring as the positive. The muted colors enhance the inner world depicted. My goal is to capture attention by a space that becomes a doorway to a meditative state. Artist Studio 1001 Eason St – (512) 296-8685 – btimko@aol.com Accessibility: 3, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Phillip Wade

Oil and acrylic on canvas My fourth West Tour, and I’ve learned the public is always right! It’s boring to me painting the same things, and I had a great response to my interiors, landscapes, portraits and the children’s book paintings inspired by the years I spent at my mother’s place in Cornwall. I’ve been painting and teaching in Austin since 1981, coming from Philadelphia to earn an MFA at UT Austin. Artist Studio 1202 Lorrain St – (512) 658-0465 – phillipwade2@gmail.com phillipwade.net Accessibility: 0

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Theresa Bayer – guest of Phillip Wade

Acrylic, mixed media, oil, canvas, panel, paper My paintings feature dreamlike scenes of mysterious people, animals, and landscapes and have a storybook quality to them. Symbols inspire me, because they compress complex ideas and philosophies into immediately accessible images. I love portraying the figure and seeing how many different ways it can fit into a fantastic scene. Artist Studio 1202 Lorrain St – tbarts.com Accessibility: 0

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Georgia Xydes – guest of Phillip Wade

Ceramics An accomplished potter, I have exhibited my functional stoneware and tile murals in Texas juried shows for many years. A residence in Japan resulted in mastering brush painting techniques which I apply to my pots. Natural plants and animals are my usual designs, especially dogs and cats. Artist Studio 1202 Lorrain St – (512) 992-1026 – gxydes@hotmail.com Accessibility: 0

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Eve Larson – guest of Phillip Wade

Oil I come to visual art from the world of ballet. I was a dancer for many years. I imbue my paintings with the romance and movement of the dance. I always look for the beauty, expressiveness and theatricality in life and art. My paintings have an implied story which I leave to the viewer’s imagination. Artist Studio 1202 Lorrain St – evelarson@mac.com – evelarson.com Accessibility: 0

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Marjorie Moore

Combined media, installation My studio is small in size, but large in collected accumulations. These found artifacts are frequently used as subject matter in my combined media works. The 2 and 3 dimensional works discuss the relationship between the natural world, science, and popular culture. The studio evokes a wonder cabinet of old with a contemporary twist. Artist Studio 1309 W 9 1/2 St – (512) 917-6378 mooremarjorie67@gmail.com – marjoriemoore.com Accessibility: 2

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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities Patricia Duncan Brown Tribute Collection

Painting, photography, ceramics, drawing Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities features examples of the paintings, drawings and fine artworks of native Austinite Patricia Duncan Brown. Also on display are delightful objects selected from her many lifelong collections. Included are Mexican folk art, toys, shell art, books, ephemera and dolls. Highlighted this year is a special display of 19th century stereoviews of the American West. Gallery 1501 W 9th St (museum in back parking lot) info@museumofcollectibles.org – museumofcollectibles.org Accessibility: 2, 6

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Frieda Pangestu

Sterling silver, copper, jeweler’s brass and mokume-gane Contemporary Jewelry. Simple geometry with subtle complexity. Strives to achieve a sense of duality, of lightness and substance, of light and shadow, of concealing and revealing, in the hope of elevating the senses. Architectural and sculptural yet wearable and comfortable. Striking yet understated, modern yet timeless, and bold yet quiet. Handcrafted in sterling silver, copper and mokume-gane. Artist Studio 704 Pressler St – (512) 479-7044 friedapangestu@gmail.com Accessibility: 2

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Peter Bellonci

Stone sculpture Starting a sculpture is the most difficult part of the whole process. It involves examining the stone for its unique characteristics, and imagining the endless possibilities that it holds. My tools are simple; a hammer, chisels, rasps, rifflers and an eye that evaluates the various ways forward to a balanced form. Artist Studio 615 Oakland Ave – (512) 784-2371 – peterb@grandecom.net Accessibility: 3, 6

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166. Wally Workman Gallery Patrick Puckett – Solo Show Painting, printmaking, collage, drawing, encaustic and sculpture Established in 1980 and located in a 100 year old historic house in Austin’s art district, the Wally Workman Gallery specializes in emerging and collected talent. The gallery has two stories of exhibition space where one can view each of the 55 artists currently represented. The current solo show in our downstairs gallery is with local figurative painter Patrick Puckett. Gallery 1202 W 6th St – (512) 472-7428 – wallyworkmangallery.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Dwain Kelley – Rose Street Studios

Mixed media, sculpture Landscape paintings and drawings, mixed media and sculptural assemblages made with artifacts and other treasures. Interesting studio with many years of award winning art and graphics on display plus an extensive book collection in a historic old house. Artist Studio 1107 Rose St – (512) 476-2588 rosestreet@aol.com – dwainkelley.com Accessibility: 0

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Mary Barminski Johnson – guest of Dwain Kelley

Mixed media My art is inspired by love and its complexities in all forms. I enjoy playing with patterns and color and incorporating my personal vocabulary of simple shapes and objects. Artist Studio 1107 Rose St – (512) 423-1559 – rosetreet@aol.com barminskijohnson.com Accessibility: 0

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Mettle: Alumni Invitational 2016 – Austin Community College Kramer Gallery

Sculpture “Mettle” features alumni: Pamela Tajmajer, Moses Tsai, and Michael Villarreal. Together, their work complements one another and reflects bold artistic directions since the artists’ foundational work at ACC. Villarreal’s quirky bulbous shapes and artificial surfaces alongside Tajmajer’s soft tactile woven materials and cascading wall sculptures contrast with Tsai’s life-size bronze nudes. Gallery 1218 West Ave – (512) 223-3250 jisaacso@austincc.edu – austincc.edu/art Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

170. Umbreen Ahmad – Abstract Art on 904 West Ave Acrylic, pastels My inspiration is the nature of things, beings and the extraordinary talent that surrounds, humbles and inspires me. Abstract art knows no bounds and I am in love with the surprise that dancing of various blends of colors and brush strokes create. I never plan before I embark on an abstract journey. The path reveals itself as I keep on painting on. I am excited to share my work with you! Temporary Exhibition 904 West Ave, Ste 150 – (512) 431-5688 umbreen.ahmad@gmail.com – umbreenahmad.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6

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George Brainard – All Tore Up: Texas Hot Rod Portraits – Austin Public Library: Faulk Branch

Photography Photographs of the cast of characters that make up the Texas Hot Rod and custom car scene from the book “All Tore Up: Texas Hot Rod Portraits” published by the University of Texas Press. Temporary Exhibition 800 Guadalupe St – (512) 632-3046 george@georgebrainard.com – georgebrainard.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Old Bakery and Emporium Art Gallery Hidden Heartbeat of the Earth & Texas Jan Knox, Pamela Elbaum, Eddie Sutherland

Drums, flutes, clay, glaze, ink, paint, canvas, leather, feathers Inspired by water and air moving through and around our world and tonal art of the earth is featured in the May exhibit at the Art Gallery. Jan Knox, Pamela Elbaum and E.M. Sutherland are the artists. The art gallery has tall limestone walls with tall windows overlooking the Capitol. The Old Bakery and Emporium is the historic jewel of Congress Avenue. Gallery 1006 Congress Ave – (512) 974-1300 austintexas.gov/obemporium Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Jan Knox – Hidden Heartbeat of the Earth & Texas – Old Bakery and Emporium Art Gallery

Ink, acrylic, collage Jan Knox paints her love of Nature influenced by her training as a geologist and her many travels. She creates surrealistic and contemporary abstractions influenced by Nature. In “Hidden Heartbeat of the Earth and Texas”, Jan has created a series of dramatic ink drawings on canvas reflecting the hidden crystalline wonders to be found in Central Texas caves. Gallery 1006 Congress Ave – (512) 974-1300 kay.huges@austintexas.gov Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

174. Pamela Elbaum – Hidden Heartbeat of the Earth & Texas – Old Bakery and Emporium Art Gallery Clay, horse hide, feathers, yarn, stone This body of work has developed over the past twenty years. Clay is of the earth; drawing on all the elements. Clay of the earth; made workable with water; dried by air; made permanent through fire. To work in the sculpture form and create pieces with a voice brings me joy. All works are of midrange Stoneware clay, glazed and fired in my studio. Gallery 1006 Congress Ave – (512) 608-2127 tonalpitches@gmail.com – artsbylovetree.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Co-Lab Projects’ DEMO GALLERY YOUNGSONS Live Free with Guys

Painting and collage YOUNGSONS is the collaborative painting duo of Drew Liverman and Michael Ricioppo. The artists trade turns at every stroke, at every idea point and counterpoint from detail to composition. There is a visual rhyming here, a syncopation, perhaps even a punning. The results are accumulative, energetic, omnivorous, and flirt with but never wholly emerge from the zest of the painting process itself. Gallery 721 Congress Ave – (512) 300-8217 info@co-labprojects.org – co-labprojects.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

176. Mexic-Arte Museum – Obra Gráfica: Selections from the Print Collection Print making Obra Gráfica features the Museum’s growing collection of historical and contemporary prints by Latina/o and Latin American artists with works that encompass a diverse range of techniques and subject matter. The exhibit features the history of printmaking as a tool of communication and the excitement of the form as it continues to transform and challenge a new era of artists and viewers. Gallery 419 Congress Ave – (512) 480-9373 info@mexic-artemuseum.org – mexic-artemuseum.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

177. La Peña Gallery – OESTE: A Collective Latino Art Exhibit Mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture, prints, woodprint

OESTE: A Collective Latino Art Exhibit, featuring the works of Celeste De Luna, Fidencio Durán, Celeste González, Carlos Lowry, Fernando Muñoz, Peter Ortiz, Salvador Rodríguez, Miguel Santana and Liliana Wilson. La Peña’s mission is to support artistic development by providing exposure to emerging and established artists, and offering Austin the full spectrum of traditional and contemporary Latino art. Gallery 227 Congress Ave – (512) 477-6007 – lapena227@gmail.com lapena-austin.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Dougherty Arts Center

Mixed media The Dougherty Arts Center is a multi-cultural community arts center that is proud to support emerging through professional artists by creating opportunities to showcase work, see a show, and experience art-making first hand. Admission is always free. For West, the Dougherty Arts Center is partnering with Big Medium to host the West Group Exhibition. Gallery 1110 Barton Springs Rd Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum Umlauf Studio in the Museum

Sculpture The Studio in the Museum exhibition offers visitors a look at work areas from Umlauf’s actual studio – plus an interactive section that takes visitors through the sculptural process and offers a hands on exploration of objects such as sculpting tools and Umlauf’s sketchbooks. Gallery 605 Robert E Lee Rd – (512) 445-5582 programs@umlaufsculpture.org – umlaufsculpture.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5

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Jerry DeFrese

Paint, wood, canvas, found objects Using acrylic paint, canvas and found objects I try to create something that has meaning. Artist Studio 1112 Bluebonnet Ln – jdefrese@yahoo.com jdefrese.blogspot.com Accessibility: 6

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OUR WEST AUSTIN STUDIO TOUR

OPENING PARTY

Friday, May 13, 7pm-10pm TOUR HOURS: May 14-15, 11am-6pm May 21-22, 11am-6pm 5 ARTISTS, VARIOUS MEDIUMS

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REHEARSAL & RECORDING STUDIO 7915 Manchaca Road, Austin, TX 78745 spaceatx.com & @spaceatx austinartrefugees.com @austinartrefugees


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David Parsons – Parsons Creative

Photography David has been photographing Austin and Central Texas for over a decade. His images capture beautiful, exciting, contemplative and awe-worthy moments in time. With a combination of raw and artfully edited photographs, his gallery is a pleasure to behold. In addition to scenic photography, David is a portrait photographer and welcomes portrait sessions. Artist Studio 1821 Dexter St – (512) 326-4999 david@mediasystemscompany.com davidparsonsimages.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Kali Parsons – Parsons Creative

Mixed media, acrylic, watercolor, ink, collage My work is inspired by the whimsy and delight I find in everyday life. As part of a daily practice I capture these moments on canvas and paper using a wide range of media. Lucky for me I’m surrounded by the comedy troupe that is my husband, two sons, two cats, one dog, and seven chickens. Artist Studio 1821 Dexter St – (512) 963-9698 kalilparsons@gmail.com – kaliparsons.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Julie Konvicka

Sterling silver, gold jewelry Julie Konvicka was standing on a street in Toulouse, France when she realized it was time to leave the fear and loathing of high tech. Driven to learn the equation of form and balance brought by fire and forged metal she honed her skills in Recife, Brazil and later Austin, Texas. Julie hammers and sculpts sterling silver and gold into shapes that echo the mathematics of nature and perfect form. Artist Studio 1403B Oxford Ave – (512) 619-2138 info@juliekonvicka.com – juliekonvicka.com Accessibility: 6

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Sharon Zeugin – Sharon Zeugin Art

Cold wax and oil, mixed media, calligraphy on paper and panels New work includes cold wax and oil, mixed media on paper, panels and canvas, calligraphy and book arts. Artist Studio 2104 Wright St – (512) 565-5619 sharonzeugin@yahoo.com – sharonzeugin.com Accessibility: 0

185. Rebecca Borrelli – guest of Sharon Zeugin Ink Illustrator of Austin’s first Adult Coloring Book. Artist Studio 2104 Wright St – beccajborrelli@gmail.com beccajborrelli.com Accessibility: 0

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Larry Akers – Eye Play Studio

Mixed, repurposed, patterned and reflective materials; photography Fluid imagery is the unifying theme of my work. Using patterned and reflective repurposed materials, I create sculptures that use moire effects and pattern variation to generate shifting imagery that is elaborately animated by the viewer’s movements. I also make three dimensional mandalas and reflected light pieces and do water photography, all emphasizing fluid patterns. Let your eyes play. Artist Studio 2311 Ridgeview St – (512) 443-1036 larryakers@austin.rr.com – eyeplaystudio.net Accessibility: 3, 4 , 5, 6

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Andrea Loomis – guest of Larry Akers

Mostly glass Each piece begins with a spark - evolving through a process of analytical evaluation, thoughts, questions and emotions. Colors, transparency and texture of glass provide me with the language to create an object that is one with its reflections and shadows - stirring the beholder - a moment of surprise, a pause of joy, a memory, an idea - carrying on creativity by prompting the viewer. Artist Studio 2311 Ridgeview St – (512) 775-4889 andrea@loomisnet.com – andrealoomis.com Accessibility: 3, 4, 5, 6

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Malina Cipleu – guest of Larry Akers

Fused glass, polymer clay My tools for self expression are playing, experimenting, and day dreaming. Ideas develop in layers of glass powder and enamels, evolving in an open conversation between the piece and myself - some dialogs louder than others. The results are abstract fragments of this journey, drawing attention to movement, balance and harmony. Artist Studio 2311 Ridgeview St – (512) 964-4408 info@malinacipleu.com – malinacipleu.com Accessibility: 3, 4 , 5, 6

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Valerie Chaussonnet

Steel, oil paint, watercolor I am primarily a sculptor, but I also paint and draw. I mainly work with steel: welded and forged scraps and yard steel. The process of art making integrates my being, and unifies my former lives with the current one. It heightens my consciousness of the collective, past and present. Each piece I make is a collaboration. Artist Studio 2008 Arthur Ln – (512) 919-6399 vchaussonnet@gmail.com – valeriechaussonnet.com Accessibility: 0

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190. Shield Maidens of Freyja – guest of Valerie Chaussonnet Steel and other metals We are a collective of women who weld, forge, sculpt and fabricate with steel and other metals. Artist Studio 2008 Arthur Ln – (512) 919-6399 vchaussonnet@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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Cosmos+Caos – guest of Valerie Chaussonnet

Hand built ceramics fired to bisque, glazed and kiln fired Cosmos+Caos is an Austin based studio creating hand built ceramics. Each piece is unique, hand built and fired to bisque, glazed and fired up to 2,300 F. We formulate and continuously adapt our glazes to meet our current theme. Each collection is made in small batches. Each batch follows a thread of inspiration and a flow of progression. Artist Studio 2008 Arthur Ln – (512) 581-5112 – cosmos+caos@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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Karen Bolton – guest of Valerie Chaussonnet

Ceramics Functional, porcelain vessels. This work is wheel-thrown and altered with a dynamic matte surface of subtle earth tone variations. Artist Studio 2008 Arthur Ln – (512) 998-4913 karenbolton.ceramics@gmail.com – karenbolton.com Accessibility: 0

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Kelli McDonald – Offbeat Art Studio

Etched and dyed eggshells and acrylic In my backyard art shed, I will be showing my process of working with eggshells by etching, dyeing and adding sculptural elements to their surfaces. A new series of my work, borrowing inspiration from acrylic nail art and pysanky (traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs), will be on display. Artist Studio 2015 Ford St – klmcdonald3@gmail.com kellimcdonaldart.com Accessibility: 0

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Jill Robinson – One Basket at a Time

Reed, hardwoods, gourds, pine needles, antlers, beads, sea grass Award-winning handwoven baskets and handcrafted gourd art. Texture, color and design, whether contemporary or traditional, inspire my creativity. Artist Studio 1910 Goodrich Ave – (512) 203-1190 jillbasket@gmail.com – onebasket.net Accessibility: 0

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Mary Yznaga – M.Y. Metal

Metal, fiber, painting, photography My primary focus is creating agaves, succulents and other sculptures in steel for outdoor gardens. I also do mailboxes, light fixtures and Milagros. During WEST 2016, M.Y. Metal studio will showcase nature photography by Ralph Yznaga and word art by Art-o-mat artist Cas Milner. In addition, visitors may add to an energetic action painting in progress. Unleash your inner Jackson Pollock! Artist Studio 1912 Goodrich Ave – (512) 415-0090 myznaga@austin.rr.com – krop.com/myznaga Accessibility: 0

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Nelson Guda – Studio of Nelson Guda

Photography and interactive projection installations Contemporary artist, photographer, and former scientist, Nelson’s art examines what it means to be human in a complex world. Nelson has given two TED talks about his work, which has taken him from isolated wilderness to international conflict zones. Stop by and see Nelson’s imagery from around the world and experience one of his engaging interactive projection installations. Artist Studio 1603 Hether St – (512) 524-6842 – nelson.guda@gmail.com nelsonguda.com Accessibility: 0

197. Alexis Kraus & McConnell Bobo Papercut Paper papel carta With papercut, we will be showcasing recent architectural drawings, laser-cut sculptures, and books. Temporary Exhibition 1702 Kinney Ave, Unit B – (662) 380-0733 wbobo411@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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South Austin Museum of Popular Culture SouthPop and Beyond

Paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography The South Austin Museum of Popular Culture (SouthPop) presents, exhibits, documents and interprets Austin art and culture of the past 60 years and makes that history accessible to local, national and international audiences. SouthPop’s programs trace the evolution and the social context of Austin’s cultural production from the early 1960s through present day that have profoundly shaped Austin. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 440-8318 – info@southpop.org southpop.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Cass Hook – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Bronze, terracotta, acrylic Bronze, terracotta, pastel, pencil, acrylic, figurative, portrait, and abstract sculpture drawings and the occasional painting. Leaning heavily toward the abstract, communicative images. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 970-2305 casshook@cloudhook.com – cloudhook.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

200. Scout Stormcloud – SouthPop and Beyond – South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Oil on canvas I have been working as a photo realist for over 30 years. I enjoy painting in oil of my friends, pets, and plants. Portrait work has recently caught my interest, I enjoy work of other artists such as Picasso, Ruscha and O’Keeffe and incorporated them in a few of my paintings. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 496-9372 stormcloud@cloudhook.com – cloudhook.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Guy Juke – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Silk screen multiple prints and offset prints I will send in prints from the last twenty years or so, probably a painting as well. All will be representative of my various styles and content selections, in a vast variety of artist mediums. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 964-9194 blackiewhite709@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Danny Garrett – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Pen and ink, oil, acrylic, oil crayon, computer I’ve been an Austin artist since 1971. Worked mostly in the music business, but also did film and computer game work. In 2015, I published a book on my music art, entitled WEIRD YET STRANGE; NOTES FROM AN AUSTIN MUSIC ARTIST. This book received the 2015 Texas State Historical Association Ron Tyler Award for the best illustrated book on Texas history and culture. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 878-3104 danny@dannygarrett.com – dannygarrett.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Jim Franklin – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Charcoal, ink, acrylic, oil I’m known for creating the Armadillo motif in my music related posters and I am looking forward to exposing my more fine art works. I’ve innovated approaches to painting, Recombinant Art, Eyes Closed Self Portraits, Abstract and surrealistic paintings. I refuse to be nailed down in, out or under any box! Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 440-8318 – jimfranklinarts.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

204. Roi James – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Oil on linen and panel A few select pieces of my work to show alongside my fellow painters. My work is introspective, filled with metaphor and symbolism, and journals the experience of life as a lesson in finding one’s way home. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 970-3471 rjstudio@roijames.com – roijames.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Billy Perkins – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Screen prints I was inspired by 60’s comic book art as a child and taught myself to draw. I got into KISS and Alice Cooper as a teen, and also discovered album cover art and psychedelia. These influences, including hand-drawn text, are still characteristic of my work. I’ve been designing rock posters and album art since 1991, and am fortunate to have won several awards and have my work in some prominent books. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 517-1444 penhead@austin.rr.com – billyperkinsart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

206. Sam Yeates – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Oil on canvas Paintings by Sam Yeates. Yeates has been involved in the Austin cultural scene since the mid seventies and has shown in galleries in San Francisco, Taos, Cincinnatti, Dalllas and of course Austin. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – (512) 496-9116 syeates@grandecom.net – samyeates.net Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

207. Kerry Awn – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture Acrylic painting Kerry Awn is a native Texan painting in acrylic in a style described as, “Modern Texas Retro”. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – kfitzgerald2@austin.rr.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Bob Wade – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Airbrushed digital canvas, mixed media sculpture I bring vintage black and white photos back to life by digitally transferring them to canvas and applying acrylic via airbrush. I also create sculptures using recycled materials. The HOG sculpture currently on display at SouthPop is made from Harley Davidson parts. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – txwades@earthlink.net bobwade.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Jon Eric Narum – SouthPop and Beyond South Austin Museum of Popular Culture

Oil Hey, Y’all! Come on down to the South Austin Museum of Popular Culture and check out some new works. Gallery 1516-B S Lamar Blvd – jenarum@sbcglobal.net theskyguy.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Terri St.Arnauld & Frank Yezer – Platinum Portraits & Fine Art Photography

Hand-printed photographs in B&W, platinum on cotton rag paper During West, stop in to see a large vintage view camera. We specialize in hand-printed platinum and gelatin silver photographs, sometimes weaving two platinum images together for our fine-art work. We manage our own darkroom, which includes processing our B&W film and prints, mixing chemistry, coating papers for our platinum prints, and processing our own digital work. Artist Studio 1104 W Annie St – (512) 658-5153 terrifrank95@sbcglobal.net – platinumportraitsphoto.com Accessibility: 2

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Stella Alesi – BLACKBOX

Oils on panel “To progress in life you must give up the things that you do not like. Give up doing the things that you do not like to do. You must find the things that you do like to do. The things that are acceptable to your mind.” - Agnes Martin Artist Studio 1017-A W Milton St – alesiart.com Accessibility: 0

212. Sarah Friesema – 5 Oaks Trading Company – TALLER Clay concrete paper plastic textiles water hops grain yeast TALLER is the home studio from which 5 Oaks Trading Company operates, and answers (in English) the question “what do you want to be when you grow up.” Quero hablar mejor hasta que me garaje TALLER es una broma mejor. Projects are loosely organized into a drinking game: ROCK (ceramic, cement); PAPER (self-explanatory); SCISSORS (cut, collage, paper or plastic? textile, t-shirt) and BEER! Artist Studio 911 W Elizabeth St – (512) 720-2453 5oaks.trading@gmail.com Accessibility: 2, 3

213. FORGE CRAFT Architecture + Design FORGE x CRAFT + invited artist Erin Edwards Digital, print, and arylic painting Featured work from our studio showcases two contrasting concepts that are central to our practice: the mobilization of raw ideas and the crafting of detail and beauty. Personal creations from our design staff will be on display alongside portrait paintings by featured artist Erin Edwards whose work has been exhibited as part of the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division’s People’s Gallery. Temporary Exhibition 608 W Monroe, Ste C – (512) 872-6655 info@forgecraftarchitecture.com – forgecraftarchitecture.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 6

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Valerie Fowler – Wonder Chamber Studios

Oils, watercolor, ink and pencil My paintings and drawings explore the natural world, our fragile earth, and the mark we humans make on it. Artworks range from large and small format oil paintings to large and small format ink and pencil drawings on paper – all with intense detail and a uniquely personal perspective. Artist Studio 1211 Ravine Dr – (512) 922-1737 – valerie@valeriefowler.com valeriefowler.com Accessibility: 2

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Greta Olivas

Acrylic, mixed media My work is a collaboration of intuition and exploration. It’s about a relationship with the materials and paint. It involves control and giving up control. When immersed in painting my mind stops and time stands still. For me it’s meditation. Abstract art allows me to be free and gives me permission to express myself instinctively. Artist Studio 1114 Fairmount Ave – gretaolivas@gmail.com gretaolivas.com Accessibility: 7

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Sally Fraser

Mixed medium, acrylic, oil Certain forces lead me to create a painting such as : mystery, curiosity, intrique, and emotions to tease the eye while viewing the abstracts, mixed media and collages. Artist Studio 507 Lockhart Dr – (512) 771-9285 – sngfraser@gmail.com sallyfraserfineart.com Accessibility: 0

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Jennifer McClure – You Who Never Arrived – White Box ATX

Conceptual photography Whitebox ATX is an art gallery and studio space located in Austin, Texas. We curate exhibitions and offer residencies for artists, curators and scholars. As Whitebox Press, we publish catalogues, essays, and other writings on contemporary art. Gallery 1908 Newning Ave – (512) 423-6717 www.whiteboxatx.com – whiteboxatx.com Accessibility: 0

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Liana Tomchesson – NotArtStudio

Metal I am a 3D artist and metalsmith hell bent on creating a shared space where provocative cultural subjects and finely crafted jewelry and objects coexist. Artist Studio 1904A Newton – liana78704@gmail.com lianatomchesson.com Accessibility: 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Dee McCandless

Atercolor, pen and ink, charcoal, pencil, and pastel Dee McCandless works in watercolor, pen & ink, charcoal, pencil, and pastel. Her subject matter includes landscape, still life, and portraits of people and animals. Dee is also a choreographer and musician, best known for “Waterworks”, dances at Barton Springs Pool. She has been a yoga instructor at Austin Community College since 1993. Artist Studio 2101 Wilson St – (512) 775-8866 – hmccandl@austincc.edu Accessibility: 0

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Gene Menger

Fiber works, mixed media Gene Menger has been engaged in the creative process for nearly five decades. His work encompasses fabric design, painting, mixed media, dance, film, video, and theater. Menger’s fiber works are in the collections of Ford Motor Company, the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, and Texas Instruments. His fabrics are featured in the book “Contemporary Batik and Tie Dye”. Artist Studio 2101 Wilson St – (512) 415-2776 – gno@ideality.com Accessibility: 7

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Issa Nyaphaga – Art Overcomes!

May 15 – 6-10pm Live painting performance by Issa Nyaphaga, renowned artist and activist from Cameroon, music from the Djembabes, Guy Forsyth and Bamako Airlines. Food from Wasota African cuisine, drinks, video, silent auction all benefitting community radio in Africa. $40 door, $30 advance donation (food and drink included). Go to radiotaboo.com. Happening 414 Johanna St – (505) 699- 8948 – ironthorn@hotmail.com radiotaboo.com Accessibility: 0

222. Dameon Lester – Fuzzy – Art for the People Gallery Sculpture, mixed media Lester transforms modest materials into intricate sculptural forms. In this iteration, pipe cleaners reference the open-celled skeletal structures of Radiolaria, a microscopic planktonlike creature. These sculptures portray a complex aesthetic between human and natural production; both systems control and influence each other, vacillating between the familiar, to objects of natural phenomena. Gallery 1711 S 1st St – (512) 761-4708 – artforthepeoplegallery.com info@artforthepeoplegallery.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Susi Brister – Fuzzy – Art for the People

Mixed media, photography Brister’s work explores the interplay between the natural world and the synthetic imitations that humans have conceived to recreate nature. Using man-made materials that mimic organic objects and patterned textiles that reference aspects of the natural world, Brister stages and photographs mysterious forms in the landscape as interventions that highlight the slippage between reality and fantasy. Gallery 1711 S 1st St – (512) 761-4708 info@artforthepeoplegallery.com – artforthepeoplegallery.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Julie Williams – South Austin Studio

Oil painting, mixed media I am drawn to objects and subject matter that reflect the feminine spirit. Frequently, I choose settings or views that depict a glimpse of a woman’s daily routine or personal attire. If the art evokes a response from the viewer, it’s likely to be one from personal experience. Once the memory is recalled, it becomes a shared experience with the artist - part of our collective feminine mythology. Artist Studio 701 W Mary St – (512) 585-6666 juliewill.austin@gmail.com – southaustinstudio.com Accessibility: 3, 5, 6, 7

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Ann Seago – guest of Julie Williams

Oils, pastels, photography Ann approaches her paintings with a sensitivity combining shape, tone, line and color. The inspiration for her preferred subject matter comes from daily life, particularly in and about Austin, and how she can use that in her work to evoke emotion, memories and identity. Artist Studio 701 W Mary St – (512) 923-2056 ann.b.seago@gmail.com – annseago.com Accessibility: 3, 5, 6, 7

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Cynthia Bloom – guest of Julie Williams

Jewelry My jewelry features antique, vintage, and modern treasures that I have been collecting for many years—Old World Bohemian glass beads, iridescent glass buttons made from 19th and early 20th century molds, rare Austrian crystals, and beautiful gemstones of unusual character. I infuse these dazzling objets d’art into each unique creation. Shown in stores nationwide for 15 years. Czech it out! Artist Studio 701 W Mary St – (512) 779-7737 – cindy@cynthiabloom.com cynthiabloom.com Accessibility: 3, 5, 6, 7

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Julie Ahmad – Julie Ahmad Contemporary Art

Mixed media on canvas I’m currently exploring mixed media and incorporating found objects into my art. I found myself drawn to glitter, sequin, beads and anything that sparkles. I chose to celebrate man’s best friend as a gesture of love to the sweet souls that stay so faithfully by our sides. Artist Studio 804 W Mary St – (702) 468-4280 art@julieahmad.com – julieahmad.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Eli Halpin – guest of Julie Ahmad

Oil paint Eli Halpin grew up in Alaska and now lives and paints full time in Austin Texas. Her oil paintings tell stories of living together, working together, eating together, the sacredness of food, friendship, family, sharing and the cycle of life and death. The painted scenes are infused with humor and romance while emphasizing the instinct, intuition and wisdom of nature. Artist Studio 804 W Mary St – eli@elihalpin.com elihalpin.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Philip Rogers – guest of Julie Ahmad

Photography As a photographer and artist my forward projection depends on seeing clearly the space around me. And, in that space, choosing images or moments to convey the specialness that influenced my choice to push the button. Artist Studio 804 W Mary St – (207) 459-4094 philiprogers67@gmail.com – philiprogersphotography.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Graham Franciose – guest of Julie

Watercolor, ink, and gouache on coffee stained paper Graham Franciose’s work reaches back to those times of exploration and imagination, where anything was possible. His whimsical, sometimes emotional, illustrations show a sliver of a story, a moment between the action, leaving the exact circumstances and narrative up to the viewer. There is sense of familiarity and honesty within his characters and scenes, as well as a sense of mystery and wonder. Artist Studio 804 W Mary St – info@grahamfranciose.com grahamfranciose.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

231. Avery Orendorf – Southside Gaiety Hall Artists Co-Op Murals, hand painted furniture, wood art Avery Orendorf is a mural artist, illustrator and furniture painter. Avery adds hand-painted graphics to walls, furniture and other items that call out for more character. Her work utilizes line work, silhouettes, patterns and color to add an element of playfulness and interest to personal and public spaces. Artist Studio 707 W Live Oak St – (512) 944-5140 averyodesign@gmail.com – averyodesign.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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232. Julie Pelaez – guest of Avery Orendorf Southside Gaiety Hall Artists Co-Op Alcohol inks and rubbing alcohol I work best when channeling the emotions I’m experiencing – that we all feel at some point - be it vulnerability, insecurity, embracing change, empowerment, or desiring to improve ourselves. My work is a reflection of my personal journey, with the understanding that we are all continually evolving together. Artist Studio 707 W Live Oak St – juliepelaez@yahoo.com dropr.com/juliepelaez Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

233. Roxanne Rathge – guest of Avery Orendorf – Southside Gaiety Hall Artists Co-Op Metallic ink on cotton paper photograph The portraits I am presenting at West are stiff and formal, imbued with a quiet darkness. Their opaqueness is penetrated with gilded geometric forms. The mathematical lines contrast with the organic shapes of the subjects’ faces. I work as a commercial and fine art photographer in Austin, TX. Artist Studio 707 W Live Oak St – roxannejo.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Soo Lee – guest of Avery Orendorf Southside Gaiety Hall Artists Co-Op

Ceramics Working with clay has been a perfect medium that combines my love for nature, graphic design, printmaking and the love of cooking. Currently, I am creating mostly high-fire stoneware on the wheel to bring art for everyday use. The surface treatment of my pots have hand drawn designs which include mishima, sgraffito or tape resist techniques. Artist Studio 707 W Live Oak St – sooleeceramics@outlook.com sooleeceramics.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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235. Valentina Dorsa – guest of Avery Orendorf – Southside Gaeity Hall Artists Co Op Wood and paint These small and quiet wood pieces are the beginning of a new direction for me, though I’ve been working with natural organic forms for some time. I find myself soothed by the natural grains of the wood, and love the way they contrast with the layer of pen and paint. These pieces are inspired by the contrast of my European upbringing and the relative freedom of my new life in the Southwest. Artist Studio 707 W Live Oak St – (512) 568-7586 valentina.dorsa@yahoo.com – valentinadorsa.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Michele Hogan – Far to Fall : Collage Work by Michele Hogan – Austin Public Library: Twin Oaks Branch

Mixed media Collage artists are hunter-gatherers and searching for images to use is half the fun. I start with an image I’m drawn to and build the piece around it. Materials are sourced from photos, magazines, vintage correspondence and any other ephemera that catches my eye. I enjoy bringing figures into the work because of the stories they suggest. Temporary Exhibition 1800 S 5th St – michelehogan@ymail.com michelehoganart.blogspot.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Cynthia Pierce

Acrylic, clay My deepest desire, is to just make things, and the studios become a play ground where each bowl, drawing, painting can stand complete within itself. I play with grolleg porcelain in search of the perfect bowl. My Texas roots have pulled me back to scenes of “Texanna” where cattle, horses, and dirt dominate my canvases. Color is the major focus in both clay and canvas. Artist Studio 1012 W Johanna St – (512) 751-2234 cynthiabeimer@gmail.com – artofcynthiapierce.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 4, 6

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Croix Williamson – The Yard

Steel, paint Using various media to explore shape, form, geometries, color, pattern and repetition to create objects of mystery and intrigue and fantastic windows into imaginary places. Artist Studio 2000 S 7th St – (512) 632-7644 – croix444@gmail.com croixwilliamson.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 7, 8

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Ryan Scott-Nairns – Metalwork Austin The Yard

Metal As Metalwork Austin, Ryan Scott-Nairns and Crew work together to create high quality metal work of all types. We specialize in Custom Furniture, Metal Art, Architectural Ironwork, Gates, Railings, and Metal Signs. Stop by our shop to see what unique projects we are working on, you will surely see something interesting! Artist Studio 2000 S 7th St – (512) 689-9066 info@metalworkaustin.com – metalworkaustin.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 7, 8

240. Christopher Franco – Aardvark Forge The Yard Metal Design and fabrication of metal architectural hardware. Artist Studio 2000 S 7th St – (512) 633-2784 – aardvarkforge@gmail.com aardvarkforge.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 7, 8

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Justin Beal – Automaton Print Forge The Yard

Screen printing, serigraphy Automaton Print Forge is the creation of graphic designer and screen-printer Justin Beal. Justin just wants to make cool shirts and posters, that he hopes people will enjoy as much as he enjoys making them. Artist Studio 2000 S 7th St – (512) 952-1388 info@automatonprintforge.com – automatonprintforge.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 7, 8

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Ryan Lucier

Ceramics Handmade porcelain and stoneware to enhance the home and garden. Artist Studio 2001 S Lamar Blvd, Studio G – (508) 308-0132 ryan1236@gmail.com – etsy.com/shop/rhynoclayworks Accessibility: 2, 3

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Nancy Germond – Germond Designs

Ceramics You can never predict the cast of characters that will be created by Nancy of Germond Designs. Clay is the medium of choice but other than that, the ‘sky is the limit’ whether it’s a series of cloud boxes, sculptural figures or handmade dish ware. Making use of many techniques at each stage of the process, the results marry whimsy with practical, and quirkiness with the expected. Artist Studio 2001 S Lamar Blvd , Studio G – (512) 940-4210 ngermond@sbcglobal.net – germonddesigns.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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244. Brooke Gassiot – guest of Nancy Germond Light sculpture Gassiot creates atmosphere within unique spaces using light and sculpture. Gassiot’s lighting installations can be found around town at places such as Juniper Restaurant and milk + honey spa, as well as private collections throughout Austin. Artist Studio 2001 S Lamar Blvd , Studio G – (512) 299-2254 brooke@gassiotstudio.com – gassiotstudio.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Michelle Schwartz, Lyndsie DeCologero, Annie Wells, & Elsie Greer – The Femmes Mindzai Creative

Mixed media, collage, painting Mindzai Creative and Michelle Schwartz bring together an eclectic group of emerging artists inside Mindzais’ womb. Showing together for the first time as The Femmes we express the powerful experience of being female. Temporary Exhibition 2001 S Lamar Blvd , Ste D – (512) 831-1837 atx@mindzai.net – mindzai.net Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9

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Austin Art Garage – Spring Collection

Acrylic, oil, mixed media, pen, ink, drawing For nearly nine years Austin Art Garage has been showcasing local emerging artists and providing new and seasoned collectors an accessible assortment of hand-crafted attainable art work. Whether you’re looking for a gift, or the first significant art piece for a new home, you have the chance to invest in a local artist early in their career and be a part of their journey. Gallery 2200 S Lamar Blvd, Ste J – (512) 351-5934 art@austinartgarage.com austinartgarage.com/collections/jake-bryer Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Jake Bryer – Austin Art Garage

Composite photography Jake Bryer is a composite photography artist and co-founder of the Austin Art Garage in Austin, Texas. His work consists of combining layers of photography to create surreal and painterly landscapes. His main body of work reflects the vibrancy and dynamic energy of his hometown, Austin, Texas. Artist Studio 2200 S Lamar Blvd, Ste J – (512) 351-5934 jake@austinartgarage.com – jakebryer.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Joel Ganucheau – Austin Art Garage

Acrylic, pencil, oil pastel, spray paint, xerox transfers, oil I’m a father ..an artist ..a musician ..a night owl ...a daydreamer. My paintings are inspired by my current mood, recent events in my life and completely random visions. I am always experimenting with new techniques and processes to keep things exciting. Making art is very therapeutic and necessary for me. I’m not sure where I would be without it. Thanks for having me. Artist Studio 2200 S Lamar Blvd, Ste J – (512) 968-6796 joel@austinartgarage.com – joelganucheau.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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Ellen Hunt – Austin Art Garage

Jewelry Ellen Hunt’s professional background in architecture and long family history of metalsmithing together create simple, elegant, timeless jewelry. The technical precision used to form each coil,burnish, and form come from a lifetime of passion for design and an innate love of patterns and texture. Ellen is always available to work with you on custom or one of a kind pieces, too. Gallery 2200 S Lamar Blvd, Ste J – (512) 527-4239 ephainc@gmail.com – huntdesignjewelry.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3

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250. Robert Wymer, Aldo Bohm, Alejandra Almuelle and Rachel Koper – Austin Woodwright Painting, watercolors, wood, sculptures, drawing, ceramic Robert Wymer, owner of Austin Woodwright, creates paintings, abstracts and plein air watercolors recently shown at The Renner Project. Aldo Bohm is a master woodworker and artist with an inventory of lathe turned objects, sculpture and furniture. Alejandra Almuelle makes figurative sculptures out of clay, and mixed media. Rachel Koper creates oil paintings, drawings and occasionally watercolors. Artist Studio 2200 S Lamar Blvd – (512) 535-3680 rdouglaswymer@hotmail.com – austinwoodwright.com Accessibility: 1, 3, 5, 8

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Art from the Streets and Mockingbird Maker – Mockingbird Domestics

American hardwoods, steel and mixed medias Mockingbird makes fine crafted furniture in the classic modern style. We tailor our designs to fit our client’s needs. We invite you to visit our showroom featuring our furniture, home goods and during West, a curated selection of Art from the Streets. Meet our workshop craftsmen and learn more about our process and construction. Gallery 2151 S Lamar – (512) 677-4004 info@mockingbirddomestics.com mockingbirddomestics.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 10

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Art From The Streets – Mockingbird Domestics

Acrylic on paper, photography, metal work, mixed media For the past 24 years, homeless and formerly homeless individuals have found free open studio sessions hosted by Art From The Streets in downtown Austin. We host an Annual Show & Sale at the Austin Convention Center in NOV with all proceeds going to the artists. We’re part of West for the second year. Give Art/Give Hope at the AFTS Pop-Up Gallery at Mockingbird Domestics. Temporary Exhibition 2151 S Lamar – (512) 925-6450 – artfromthestreets.org artfromthestreetsvolunteers@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 10

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Wyss Bronko – Drugparty Collaborative Studio C – Thornton Road Studios

Mixed media, sculpture, installation A collaborative, immersive mixed media installation by Suzanne Wyss and Holly Bronko. An unfurling of the mind. Come experiment with us. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio C – suzannewyss.com Accessibility: 2, 3

254. Cindy Corkill – Studio H – Thornton Road Studios Oil and acrylic painting, hubcap assemblage My paintings comprise a diary of representational and abstract images. I abstract out of scene what is important to me. I love different sorts of light: In the winter, I paint in my back yard in a plastic greenhouse that diffuses the light wonderfully. In the summer, I paint outside in the direct sun, or more comfortably in the shade! I have a BFA from Alfred University, Alfred, NY. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio H cindy.corkill.studios@gmail.com cindy-corkill-studios.squarespace.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Mindy Graber – Mindian Designs Thornton Road Studios

Mixed media mosaics My mosaic artwork emphasizes the integration of hand cut glass, stone, and mixed media, to include fiber, fabrics, paper and assorted natural and personal objects. Whether I am creating wall pieces, residential installations, or any other one of a kind custom design, my process is inspired by colors, textures, patterns and dimension. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio J – (512) 626-5534 mindian5@hotmail.com – mindiandesigns.com Accessibility: 2

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Jo Lagattuta – guest of Mindy Graber

Printmaking, mixed media My works utilize printmaking techniques such as monotype, solar plate, intaglio, gelatin print, and collagraph. Often I incorporate a found object to give my print more significance. I enjoy monotype because I can lose myself in the spontaneity of the moment. My intention is to create soft ethereal-like inspirational images and create space for the viewer to experience this ethereal feeling. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio J – (512) 771-7004 jolagattuta0871@earthlink.net – jolagattuta.com Accessibility: 2

257. Christine Gilbert – Studio J – Thornton Road Studios Watercolor and acrylics I create expressionistic watercolor and acrylic paintings and make hand-knitted colorful scarves from jewel yarns. I also make lightweight anodized aluminum earrings. I’m a member of the Waterloo Watercolor Group and the Austin Visual Arts Association. I have been at Studio J, 2309 Thornton Road, for 10 years. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio J – (512) 567-0641 cgilbert@austin.rr.com Accessibility: 3, 5, 6

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Rita Marie Ross – Studio L – Thornton Road Studios

Woven copper and aluminum sculpture, argentium sterling jewelry Rita Marie Ross has been working in non-ferrous metals for over 35 years. Be it a large scale woven copper wire sculpture or a small hand crafted piece of jewelry, her attention to detail is evident. She metaphorically and physically weaves her memories and imagination into each piece. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio L – (512) 577-3479 ritamarieross@gmail.com – ritamarieross.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Jacob Colburn – guest of Rita Marie Ross

Copper In 2007 Jacob began an apprenticeship under his father Daryl G Colburn and began creating on his own. Together they started Colburn Studios and began showcasing their art in many galleries and shows. In 2011, Daryl Colburn passed away suddenly. Jacob continues to learn and create art with his own style from the knowledge passed down from his father. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio L – (512) 586-6548 jacobgcolburn@gmail.com – jacobgcolburn.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Sandy Muckleroy – Thornton Road

Bronze fabricated sculptures mounted on mineral specimens I grew up playing in the sand dunes of Lake Michigan and accompanying my sculptor parents to art shows throughout the mid west and south. The impressions taken in, from nature and art, continue to be my greatest inspiration. I bring together bronze, beautiful gems and minerals, and an oxy-acetylene torch to create bonsai-inspired trees and other organic forms. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio L – (512) 565-3695 sandymuck@yahoo.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 6

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Greg Davis – Gusto Studios – Thornton Road Studios

Photography National Geographic Creative Photographer – Large Limited Edition Fine Art Collector’s Pieces and small matted prints available for collection. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio M – (512) 228-0995 greg@gregdavisphotography.com gregdavisphotography.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Fireseed Clay Art Studios – Thornton Road Studios

Ceramic Owned by Rick Van Dyke. Fireseed Clay Art Studios rents space to more than 25 potters making everything from sculpture to dinnerware. This working community is a hub of creativity and collaboration. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio O – (512) 440-8485 fireseedclaystudios@gmail.com – fireseedclaystudios.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Rick Van Dyke – Fireseed Clay Art Studios Thornton Road Studios

Ceramic succulent planters I want my pots to look alive, like they hatched from eggs or grew from seeds. My pottery is organic, highly textural, and colorful. I make a lot of cactus and succulent planters. Artist Studio 2309 Thornton Rd, Studio O – (512) 440-8485 rickvandykestudio@gmail.com – rickvandykestudio.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Mary Hunter

Mixed media, collage, assemblage, painting, photography Mary Hunter is best known for her earthy, textural, symbolic and intuitive mixed media works in collage, assemblage, painting and photography. Artist Studio 1000 Juanita St – (512) 788-1799 – mary.hunter@mac.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Saul Jerome San Juan

Acrylic paint and graphite Instagram is to a Filipino-American as the South Pacific was to Gauguin in desiring the distant, primitive, exotic, beautiful, and human. Out of thousands of digital images, singular artifacts of plastic pigment paint an obsessive visual ethnography of youthful, heterosexual, white, masculine, and Protestant identities fermenting in the heat of the American South during a time of social upheaval. Artist Studio 2606 Wilson St, #502 – sjsanjuan@gmail.com sauljerome.com Accessibility: 0

266. Eliza Jade San Juan – guest of Saul Jerome San Juan Ink and watercolor on paper Ink and watercolor works of illustration and abstract art with a focus on visual texture and improvisational composition. The audience is invited to create a narrative guided by organic shapes and iridescent color. Artist Studio 2606 Wilson St, #502 – elizajade.sanjuan@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

267. Navasota Sering – guest of Saul Jerome San Juan Mixed media 2D work, with a focus in watercolor painting, sometimes integrated with writing and audio. Occasional musings on persimmons. Artist Studio 2606 Wilson St, #502 – (512) 435-1622 navasotasering@gmail.com Accessibility: 2

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Denise Dodd – guest of Saul Jerome San Juan

Acrylic on canvas, mixed media Using spirit guided inspiration and my own intuition, I paint what I call “botanical and ethereal abstracts” on canvas incorporating my own hand made paper and other found tidbits. I work both large and small and usually have 6-8 paintings going at the same time. My work has been called colorful, happy, vibrant, whimsical and energetic. Artist Studio 2606 Wilson St, #502 – (707) 845-0107 denisedoddarts@gmail.com – denisedoddarts.com Accessibility: 0

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Lucian Richards – guest of Saul Jerome San Juan

Acrylic paint on gallery-wrapped canvas “There is not a single true work of art that has not in the end added to the inner freedom of each person who has known and loved it” (Camus). These words sum up why I work as an artist. In creating art, I wish to bring to life visions of color and form that will inspire those who experience it. Artist Studio 2606 Wilson St, #502 – (512) 551-9175 lucian@revolucianarts.com – revolucianarts.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 7, 9

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Donna Starnes – Donna Starnes Creative

Acrylic, alcohol ink, photography Donna has lived in Austin since 1981. In that time, she has transformed her years of graphic design experience into the exploration of visual arts, including primarily photography and painting. She has a keen eye for color and composition and a deep appreciation for “the creative moment”. Donna’s work, sometimes called “organic abstract,” is fun, energetic, inspirational, and expressive. She brings beauty from and into everyday life. Artist Studio 2613 Wilson St – (512) 917-2135 donna@donnastarnes.com – donnastarnes.com Accessibility: 0

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271.

Joy Noguess – Tiny Happy Clay

Earthenware clay, glaze The feeling you get when something in your life is truly enjoyed – when you honestly derive happiness from an object or experience – that is what motivates me. I create functional and decorative ceramics for the home and garden by layering pops of color and graphic decals over the natural white clay body. Artist Studio 2711 La Mesa Dr – tinyhappyclay@gmail.com tinyhappyclay.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Dawn Winter – guest of Joy Noguess

Acrylic paintings on gallery-wrapped canvases I love color and texture and this passion is reflected in my multi-layered paintings which are created with keeping a sense of color, balance and depth in mind. A visit to the galleries of Santa Fe prompted me to pursue my then unrecognized creative side...and it’s the creative process while painting that I’ve come to value and appreciate in myself and others. Artist Studio 2711 La Mesa Dr – (512) 923-1527 dawnwinterart@gmail.com – dawnwinter.net Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Mariel Fogel – guest of Joy Noguess

Precious metals, precious stones, wood, misc Jewelry provides opportunity for intimate experience with sculpture. The jewelry I create comes from a fondness for both sculpture and miniatures, and strange, enigmatic scientific discovery. I love to create a larger than life sensation where the viewers can get lost in thought. I’m drawn to the versatility of metal, but will use any material that can withstand the demands of the wearer. Artist Studio 2711 La Mesa Dr – marielfogel.weebly.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Jessica Alexander – Hilltopper Studio

Photography, painting, screen-printing and mixed media Hilltopper Studio features the talents of four artists – Sarah Frankie Linder, Jessica Alexander, William Kern and Alexander Freeman – under one roof for an engaging juxtaposition of artworks. Through a variety of subject matter, such as animals, urban spaces, still life and portraits, each individual’s passion and vision come to life in their 78704 studio. Artist Studio 3005 Oak Crest Ave – hilltopperstudio@gmail.com Accessibility: 3

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Stevan Alcala

Digital photography I capture the life in the moment rather than the moment itself. I find inspiration through architecture, graphic design, music and the musicians that I photograph. Artist Studio 2909 Oak Crest Ave, Apt B – (310) 938-5910 stevan.alcala@gmail.com – alcalaphotography.com Accessibility: 0

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Melissa Grimes

Oil painting, collage, multimedia, ceramic sculpture Oil paintings, multimedia collages and ceramic sculptures shown in an 1889 Victorian home in South Austin, 78704. Artist Studio 901 Cumberland Rd – (512) 445-2398 melissa@melissagrimes.com – melissagrimes.com Accessibility: 0

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Marian Haigh – guest of Melissa Grimes

Wood-fired stoneware and porcelain clay I am intrigued with the workings of nature and human stories. Dualities interest me, also our passions, myths, and dreams. I seek to express feelings with clay—perhaps longing for strength and beauty. This clay-making process is a way to lighten my spirit or chart a new course for the future. My porcelain and stoneware vessels are hand built and fired in a wood kiln for 20 hours. Artist Studio 901 Cumberland Rd – (512) 217-3424 marian@marianhaigh.com – marianhaigh.com Accessibility: 0

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M.L.E.

Watercolor, charcoal, audio, video, found object sculpture I prefer the label Provocateur over Artist, and the media I choose to work with depend heavily my subject. My current project – Don’t Talk About It – explores the culture of silence surrounding domestic abuse relationships through a body of work comprised of watercolor paintings, charcoal drawings, audiovisual installation, and found object sculpture. Artist Studio 1401 Cinnamon Path, Ste B Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Stephan Werbeck

Jewelry made with platinum, gold, silver, diamonds, gems Celebrating the art of jewelry design by showcasing our custom designed and Austin made jewelry. Our pieces are forged with platinum, gold, silver, diamonds and colored gemstones in a studio setting. We also support local artists by displaying Austin artists’ visual works in our gallery space. Artist Studio 2620 S Lamar, Ste A – (512) 916-9253 steve@caleesidesigns.com – caleesidesigns.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Jordan Gentry

Oil, acrylic My portraits are guided by the subtle lines that make up facial structure. I exaggerate and abstract these faint forms using geometric shapes and layers of vibrant color. Artist Studio 2110 La Casa – jordge88@gmail.com jordangentry.com Accessibility: 2, 7

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Steef Crombach – guest of Jordan Gentry

Abstract painting installation Although my work radiates a resolute materiality in a firm shape, my approach to the world is poetic and very speculative. I question the status of objects and situations. In my work I relativize concrete manifestations by adding an almost identical second layer to them. The work I show at West is inspired by my previous visit to Austin coming from a Dutch perspective. Artist Studio 2110 La Casa – stiri@hotmail.com steefcrombach.tumblr.com Accessibility: 2, 7

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Shakti Sarkin

Oils, acrylics, caran d’ache, sculpture We seem to be matter and energy: liquid, elements, stardust, light. Driven to explore these intangibles, I transfer my experiences onto canvas for examination. While awakening from a dream last year, I saw trees, sky and water sliding into each other, morphing into a beautiful and ethereal landscape. This transcendent experience has influenced my recent work. Please visit us during the tour. Artist Studio 2111 Montclaire St – (512) 577-1577 shaktisarkin@gmail.com – shaktisarkin.com Accessibility: 0

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Cheryl Finfrock – guest of Shakti Sarkin

Paintings on claybord I like the idea that stories told with images can communicate silently but not necessarily quietly. My current series of paintings depicts the character of both place and person. I regard the picture plane as a stage and those who occupy it characters with their paradoxical natures and predicaments. Artist Studio 2111 Montclaire St – (512) 426-9217 cherylfinfrock@gmail.com – cherylfinfrock.com Accessibility: 0

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Brady Fern

Oil and acrylic painting, screen printing Doing artwork, for me, is an expression of a nonverbal moment, an exploration of inner consciousness, released through color and space. I long to capture these fleeting moments, vague yet intense. I am most often inspired by light and music. My artwork includes painting, screen printing, mixed media, and installation art. Artist Studio 2902 Oakhaven Dr – bradyfern7@gmail.com bradyfern.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Jim Stafford

Sinker cypress and reclaimed long leaf pine Functional furniture built with reclaimed wood using oldworld techniques. Hand made joinery including dovetails and mortise-tenon construction. Artist Studio 2405 Bluffview Dr – (512) 417-3495 jimstafford@utexas.edu – staffordwoodworks.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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285. Chris Guarino – From the Unknown ART on 5th Sculpture, painting, mixed media, drawing ART on 5th represents an eclectic collection of local, national and international artists in a 7,000 square foot space. Along with a permanent collection of “The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss,” the gallery houses hundreds of original film posters from all over the world. During West, the gallery will be featuring an exhibition of sculptures by Austin based artist Chris Guarino and holding a reception with the artist on Saturday, May 21st from 7-9pm. Gallery 3005 S Lamar Blvd – (512) 481-1111 inquiries@arton5th.com – arton5th.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Issa Nyaphaga – Urban Way ART on 5th

Acrylic paint, hair, feathers, mud, pencil Issa Nyaphaga was jailed and tortured for his political cartoons in the 1990s in Cameroon, West Africa. He now uses art to empower his community by raising funds to bring wheelchairs, fresh water and medicine to his village. He combines elements of body painting, live music, and improvised dance to create original pieces. He encourages others to develop a resilient process through which we can all can affect cultural change. Gallery 3005 S Lamar, Ste C 110 B – (505) 699-8948 ironthorn@hotmail.com – issuetv.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Virginia Fleck

Plastic bags, colored acrylic Original art, prints and artist editions made from up-cycled plastic bags. Artist Studio 1900 Larchmont Dr – (512) 589-6846 virgfleck@gmail.com – virginiafleck.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Yuliya Lanina – guest of Virginia Fleck

Mixed media, painting, video Yuliya Lanina’s paintings, animations and animatronic sculptures portray alternate realities that fuse fantasy, femininity, and humor. She is particularly interested in turning the traditional medium of painting into a multi-dimensional and interactive experience for the viewer. Yuliya is a guest artist of Virgina Fleck. Artist Studio 1900 Larchmont Dr – yuliyalanina@gmail.com yuliyalanina.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

289. Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders – Patience Blythe and Matt Smith Mixed media: multiple applications The Ann Richards School is the only 6th-12th grade public school in Austin where 100% of students are engaged in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM). Through our STEAM-focused curriculum and Maker education, we are creating a female workforce prepared to support the nation’s high-tech and leading STEM employers in industries where women are traditionally under-represented. Artist Studio 2206 Prather Ln – (512) 414-3236 patience.blythe@austinisd.org – annrichardsschool.org Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

290. David Amdur – David Amdur Custom Designs Woodworking, sculpture, furniture Welcome to the world of David Amdur, my dream project. I built the house and the studio, created art, furniture, sculptures – Now, Dinnerware is my latest obsession. Articulated shapes in the finest woods -spoons, forks, plates & saucers + The Amdur Gallery Collection: paintings, photography, carvings, mosaics, mirror frames, custom furniture…Outside: a wild acre w/ a fish pond. Artist Studio 4000 Clawson Rd – (512) 443-6056 david@davidamdur.com – davidamdur.com Accessibility: 2

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Charyl Coleman

Vintage and antique textiles Narrative storytelling with an amazing array of vintage and antique textiles and accouterments. A delectable space to behold. Artist Studio 4102 Valley View Rd – charylcoleman@gmail.com Accessibility: 0

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Emily Coleman

Oil paint, bone, shell, keratin, leaves, wood While I have and do work within traditional mediums such as oil paint, I also enjoy exploring the use of unconventional materials. I’m especially drawn to anything that can be found readily in nature. It’s these explorations into unusual mediums that I enjoy the most. Artist Studio 4102 Valley View Rd – (512) 779-1210 mlecoleman@gmail.com – mlecoleman.com Accessibility: 0

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George Huffman

Oil paintings George E. Huffman is a visual artist who was born in 1966 near Philadelphia, raised outside of New York City, developed as an artist in Tucson, Arizona and has called Austin, Texas home for the last decade. He began his artistic career as a painter and printmaker after earning a Bachelors of Fine Art from Villanova University in 1987. Artist Studio 4513 Frontier Tr – (512) 659-1841 george@georgehuffman.com – georgehuffman.com Accessibility: 0

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Daniel Escobar – Órale

Mixed, mixed around Come into a stranger’s home, make small talk and flee with finger foods. Artist Studio 1902 Forestglade Dr – (512) 507-8743 ddjescobar@gmail.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Rick and Lisa Loudermilk

2D Geometric watercolors, felicitous oil pastel landscapes, transcendental digital collage, lo-fi digital 2D “sculpting”, and 2D mixed media from two artists in their home-based studios. Artist Studio 2014A Jones Rd – (512) 963-5812 – tolisalou@gmail.com rickloudermilk.com Accessibility: 3, 7, 10

296. Cat Quintanilla – Stone Carver Cat’s Art Compound and Sculpture Garden Stone Come visit an intriguing working art studio and sculpture garden perched along a verdant SW conservation area. In the lushly planted inner courtyards enjoy large hand carved sculptures in marble and in sustainable native Texas limestone. Indoors, discover colorful contemporary, yet playful, alabasters, marbles and soapstones. Here we practice “Art as an opportunity for a shared human experience”. Artist Studio 43 Pillow Rd – (512) 788-1862 – stonecarvercat@gmail.com stonecarvercat.com Accessibility: 2, 3

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Dana Brown

Painting, printing, sculpture, and mixed media My work stems from my interest in materials, patterns, colors, and collecting. I obsessively arrange and layer to highlight repetition and relationships in both the final image and in its creation. I utilize and often combine various traditional processes and apply my sense of humor and appreciation for nostalgia. Artist Studio 6200 Bridlington Cr – danawbrown@gmail.com danabrownart.blogspot.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

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Sara Vanderbeek

Oil painting, printmaking, drawing Come by to see new work and my newly constructed converted garage studio! Artist Studio 5701 Lewood Dr – (718) 964-8180 sara.vanderbeek@gmail.com – saravanderbeek.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10

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Elise Chevalier

Mixed media, oil, acrylic, wire, wax Dense, trippy mixed media paintings, sculptures, and remixed picture books are treasure maps. They direct you to hidden worlds and invite you to create your own. Artist Studio 5103 Orleans Ct – (512) 200-9622 – babushco.com Accessibility: 0

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300.

Kyle Gross – Stones Throw Studio

Silver, gold and other metals As a jewelry designer I strive to create pieces that capture the simple elegance that I see in nature by incorporating its textures, motifs, and designs into my work. Textures are hammered or roller milled onto the metal to give the pieces their unique look and interesting stones are incorporated to bring their innate beauty into the design. Artist Studio 5247 Meadow Creek Dr – (512) 217-3455 kyle@stonesthrows.com – stonesthrowstudio.com Accessibility: 0

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Philip Edgerton

Steel and wood Maker of custom lighting, furniture, and home goods, using both new and found materials for a uniquely modern and industrial style. Handmade here in Austin, and built to last a lifetime. Artist Studio 1111 Radam Cr – (215) 534-5536 edgeworksdesign@gmail.com – edgeworksdesign.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5

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Sarah Bork

Photography and fused plastic bags All of my work is about exploration and permission. Quilts: Heritage & Adventure: examines how events in my grandmothers’ lives filtered down to impact mine. These ‘quilts’ are made of fused plastic bags. This year I will also be showing a few pieces from Liquid Love, my new series of gratitude notes to swimming pools and water for being one of the great comforts of my life. Artist Studio 4614 Jinx Ave – sjbork@gmail.com sarahborkhamilton.com Accessibility: 3, 8

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Kat McTee – guest of Sarah Bork

Mixed media on fabric and paper Works on fabric and paper. Processes include: screenprinting, dye & discharge processes, monoprinting, photography and obsessive hand embroidery in various combinations. Visual meanderings through lost landscapes scattered with motel signs, scraps of text, circus ladies, and your grandmother’s pocketbook. Artist Studio 4614 Jinx Ave – (512) 632-3012 kat@artcloth.com – artcloth.com Accessibility: 3, 8

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Caroline Walker – Pure Pariah Studio

Digital photo collage combined with traditional media Come check out these collage works that explore a meeting point between digital design tools and traditional mediums. The work combines drawing and painting with found images or digitally manipulated photos to create an alternate world or unique environment on the page. Artist Studio 4507 S 2nd St – (646) 247-4054 carolinewalker1@gmail.com – purepariah.com Accessibility: 2, 6

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Ion Art

Neon, metal, paint Ion Art is a design + build studio specializing in neon signs, architectural features, and large scale art. Our team has artists in multiple fields including neon, metal, and graphic art. We’ve made and refurbished some of Austin’s most iconic signs, including the ACL Music Fest guitar, and the State Theater blade. Our workshop contains a neon bending studio, an art gallery, and a fabrication shop. Artist Studio 407 Radam Ln, Bldg A – (512) 326-9333 – ionart@ionart.com ionart.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Patina Collective – guest of Ion Art

Collaborative coffee illustrations We’re a native Austin collective who are inspired by circular and natural themes, all infused with espresso! A trio who encompasses images of cycles of nature and cycles of civilization, all while having fun with our drink of choice! Our freedom is found in our creativity. Artist Studio 407 Radam Ln, Bldg A – patinacollective@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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407 RADAM

Woodworking, sculpture, furniture We are a group of craftsmen that utilize this shop space to create both our individual and collaborative works. We have a range of pieces showcased: finely crafted furniture, sculptures, and wood art. Artist Studio 407 Radam Ln, Bldg D – (512) 412-8992 ben.honeawoodworks@gmail.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

308.

Chuck Voelter

Oil and urethane on canvas, hemp canvas, and plywood In painting I’ve found the opportunity to create a world that fuses the literal with the ephemeral, nature and human nature, plants and animals, the macro to the micro; when I paint shapes, with lines or with poured paint, I often seek to mimic forms I know from the human body and the natural world in combinations that evoke a primal familiarity. Artist Studio 209 E Ben White Blvd, Ste 213 – (512) 730-3952 cvoelter@earthlink.net – chuckvoelter.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Leslie Filip – SoCo Industrial Arts Studios

Wood, metals, cnc routing, laser, wide format printing We make furniture of all kinds, from whimsical to very high end. Using production methods that include CNC routing, welding, laser cutting, and design software, we not only produce our own lines, but offer these same services to other artists. We can help bring a high level of craftsmanship to your project, whether you are starting with just an idea or a complete blueprint. Commissions accepted. Artist Studio 209 E Ben White Blvd, Ste 106 – (512) 442-4208 lfilip@mac.com – socoia.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Matthew Brown – Only Sun Woodworks SoCo Industrial Arts Studios

Furniture, wood, metal, installation, design Only Sun Woodworks is a design/build company specializing in fine furniture and spatial design. Matt Brown, owner, has expertise working with local business owners as well as home owners. Only Sun Woodworks combines quality construction with thoughtful design. Artist Studio 209 E Ben White Blvd, Ste 106 – (512) 676-8663 matt@onlysunwoodworks.com – onlysunwoodworks.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9

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Resin Rose – The Tufted Door

Birch and maple hardwood, fabric, organic latex, metal Resin Rose Sustainable Furniture proudly introduces an iconic heirloom line of innovative, sustainable furniture designed to grow and adapt to the modern lifestyle. One piece with endless possibilities. Functional, modular, stylish, & sustainable. Artist Studio 113 Industrial, Bldg A-3 – (512) 808-6704 rosemary@thetufteddoor.com – resinrose.com Accessibility: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Jane Moon – Studio 103

Acrylic paint on glass Back painted glass abstracts. Artist Studio 820 Shelby Ln, Unit #103 – daisy5812553@yahoo.com janemoonstudio.com Accessibility: 6

313. Lee Ross – Back Painted Glass Studio 103 Back painted glass I am a visual artist who is interested in nontraditional applications of acrylic painting. Currently my work is painting on the back of glass with acrylic paints. To work directly on glass, the composition needs to be reversed, and the order of the layering is switched; from bottom/back to front/top. All images are lit from the front unleashing, the “life” in the paintings. Artist Studio 820 Shelby Ln, Unit #103 – innerliteart@gmail.com innerliteart.com Accessibility: 6

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Saybra Giles

Mixed media photo 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. Artist Studio 5202 Fort Mason Dr – (325) 518-5022 – saybra@gmail.com saybragilesfineart.com Accessibility: 0

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Koren LeClair

Silver, gold, or copper jewelry with wood, enamel and resin A former graphic designer, my jewelry combines modern design elements such as clean lines, bold colors, and organic shapes with the ancient techniques of metalsmithing. Working primarily in sterling silver with occasional uses of copper and gold, I love to incorporate unique materials such as enamel, resin and wood. Favorite techniques include box construction and inlay. Artist Studio 5202 Fort Mason Dr – (602) 448-4179 korenleclairjewelry@gmail.com – korenleclair.com Accessibility: 0

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Rebecca Wood – guest of Saybra Giles & Koren LeClair

Charcoal, watercolor, acrylic, ink, printmaking The things that motivate me in the making of art are simple: happiness, fun, and unexpected beauty. While this certainly pertains to subject matter, it also relates to the process, even the struggle, of making art. Artist Studio 5202 Fort Mason Dr – reblwood@gmail.com reblwood.com Accessibility: 0

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Brian Phillips

Salvaged wood artist Self taught salvaged wood artist. I create my work out of discarded materials. I try to have fun with the imagery as well as the titles. I want to open up my studio for people to see where I come everyday to create the work I make. It’s a converted shipping container, finished out with salvaged items. I hope you can swing by and say hi! (Dogs welcome!) HAVE FUN • ENJOY LIFE Artist Studio 6203 Glen Meadow Dr – brianphillipsemail@gmail.com artbybrianphillips.com Accessibility: 0

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Matthew Warren

Sculpture, printmaking, painting, mixed media, digital I like making neat stuff. I like taking things apart. I like finding new and interesting ways of utilizing and extending the life of otherwise overlooked, expendable materials. Like a hip hop artist samples old jazz, funk and soul records for their tracks, I sample technology, industrial design, manufacturing and popular culture for my works. Math and geometry too. Also humor and comedy. Artist Studio 6509 Bluesky Way – matthewmwarren@gmail.com matthewmichaelwarren.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 5, 6

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Marilyn Skalberg

Oil, acrylic, ink At once playful and unsettling, these diminutive paintings are metaphors for questions about life: what we see and what we know. The owl is a complex symbol of protection, darkness, wisdom, and foreboding. In this series, expressionless owls show up as masked stand-ins shrouded in protective human garb. Keeping silent. Watching. Marilyn Skalberg is an American artist that works in painting, drawing, and print. Artist Studio 1203 Spearson Ln – (402) 770-7409 marilyn.skalberg@gmail.com – marilynskalberg.com Accessibility: 2, 3, 6

320.

Articulture Designs – Monique Capanelli

Living art, plants, furniture design, garden decor Art with plants. Décor with personality. Landscapes with equanimity. Articulture Designs is an Austin-based design firm and gallery using plants and natural elements as a primary medium. Come visit our brand new 2,200 sq.ft. studio and boutique showcasing groundbreaking interior design and innovative living art. Relax in the ¾-acre gardens and enjoy yourself. Art is Alive® with Articulture®. Temporary Exhibition 6405 Manchaca Rd – (512) 762-5228 info@articulturedesigns.com – articulturedesigns.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

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321. Austin Art Refugees – Sound:Vision Space Rehearsal & Recording Painting, drawing, photography, prints Austin Art Refugees presents Sound:Vision featuring artists: Bart Kibbe, Hannah Lee, Dave McClinton, Patrick Moran and Ann Wieding. The artists bring a unique interpretation to the exhibit’s theme, which was influenced by the music being made within Space Rehearsal & Recording. Austin Art Refugees works as an artist collective to bring increased visibility and opportunities to artists in Austin. Temporary Exhibition 7915 Manchaca Rd – austinartrefugees@gmail.com austinartrefugees.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

322. Ann Alva Wieding – Austin Art Refugees Sound:Vision – Space Rehearsal & Recording Photography, collage 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. Temporary Exhibition 7915 Manchaca Rd – bigredmuse@gmail.com bigredmuse.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

323. Dave McClinton – Austin Art Refugees Sound:Vision – Space Rehearsal & Recording Digital collage My work is under the direct influence of my 20+ year career as a graphic designer. I’m either decorating with landscapes or speaking on cultural issues with human figures and faces. I want to show you something familiar and then alter your perspective. And honestly, beyond that, I want you to enjoy what you’re looking at. I can’t help but share what’s in my head. Temporary Exhibition 7915 Manchaca Rd – (512) 750-9956 dave@dmdesigninc.com – davemcclinton.com Accessibility: 1, 2, 7

Participants

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Index p10

APL: North Village Branch 4

p38

p131 407 RADAM 307

p41

APL: Recycled Reads 86

p107 Bryer, Jake 247

p59

A Night with West

p101 APL: Twin Oaks Branch 236

p15

Campus Women 129

p41

p135 Capanelli, Monique 320

p54

Aardvark Forge 120

p108 Austin Woodwright 250

p2

Capital Metro C

p75

ACC Kramer Gallery 169

p105 Automaton Print Forge 241

p30

Carroll, Debbie 60

p75

Ahmad, Umbreen 170

p89

Awn, Kerry 207

p1

Casa Neverlandia B

p98

Ahmad, Julie 227

p74

Barminski Johnson, Mary 168

p24

Cauthern, William 40

p82

Akers, Larry 186

p65

Battani, Kristy Darnell 147

p37

Celusniak, Chris 74

p118 Alcala, Stevan 275

p71

Bayer, Theresa 159

p18

Chappell, Chris 28

p93

p111

2wo Lines 260

APL: Yarborough Branch 87

Bruemmer, Kelly 77 Buxani, Neena 19

p105 Beal, Justin 241

p83

Chaussonnet, Valerie 189

p118 Alexander, Jessica 274

p73

Bellonci, Peter 165

p27

Cheavens, Ted 49

p10

Alesi, Stella 211 Allsup, Neeka 5

p21

Bent, Jeff 31

p27

Cheavens Gallery 49

p108 Almuelle, Alejandra 250

p25

Berg, Sonya 45

p3

Chenoweth, Jennifer E

p123 Amdur, David 290

p36

Bermondy, Marion 71

p126 Chevalier, Elise 299

p102 Ann Richards School for Young

p53

Berry, Emily 117

p15

Christensen, Hilary 20

Women Leaders 240

p11

Bibbee, Sharon 8

p83

Cipleu, Malina 188

p26

Appleton, Sara 48

p6

Blanton Museum of Art K

p61

Clay, Carla J. 133

p136 Arc of the Arts

p47

Blazek, Marie 98

p77

Co-Lab Projects 175

Studio & Gallery 321

p98

Bloom, Cynthia 226

p111

Colburn, Jacob 259

p97

Art for the People Gallery 223

p123 Blythe, Patience 289

p124 Coleman, Charyl 291

p123 Art of Texas Studio & Gallery 289

p86

Bobo, McConnell 197

p124 Coleman, Emily 292

p122 ART on 5th 286

p28

Bogart, Morgan 52

xiii

Community Breakfast

p69

artStar Pottery 152

p108 Bohm, Aldo 250

p5

Contemporary Austin, The J

p22

Arvelo, Efrain 35

p84

p109 Corkill, Cindy 254

p33

Athey, Thomas 63

p129 Bork, Sarah 302

p84

p47

Atkinson , Christin 99

p82

Borrelli, Rebecca 185

p17

Cox, Archie 26

p9

Austin Antique Mall, The 2

p29

Bostic, Gable 55

p58

Cox, B Shawn 126

p106 Austin Art Garage 246

p35

Bower, Erin 69

p120 Crombach, Steef 280

p136 Austin Art Refugees 323

p75

Brainard, George 171

p25

p10

Austin ArtSpace 6

p97

Brister, Susi 223

p14

Cullen, Suzanne 16

p34

Austin Creative Reuse 66

p109 Bronko, Wyss 253

p45

Davis, Krysti 92

p75

APL: Faulk Branch 171

p126 Brown, Dana 297

p60

Davis, April 132

p9

APL: Little Walnut Creek Branch 1

p132 Brown, Matthew 310

p111

Davis, Greg 261

137

2016 West Austin Studio Tour

Bolton, Karen 192

Cosmos+Caos 191

Cruz, John 44


p57

de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART 123

p3

Fisterra Studio E

p109 Graber, Mindy 255

p106 DeCologero, Lyndsie 245

p122 Fleck, Virginia 287

p65

p78

DeFrese, Jerry 180

p117 Fogel, Mariel 273

p106 Greer, Elsie 245

p48

Delaney, Tom 102

p93

p118 Grimes, Melissa 276

p23

Deraet, Faustinus 37

Architecture + Design 213

p129 Gross, Kyle 300

p13

Deutsch, Beverly 13

p94

Fowler, Valerie 214

p122 Guarino, Chris 285

p60

Diebold, Casey 130

p65

Fox, Kristen A. 145

p86

Guda, Nelson 196

p114 Dodd, Denise 268

p9

Frampton, Gabriel 1

p24

Gullett Elementary 41

p123 Donna Starnes Creative 290

p99

Franciose, Graham 230

p17

Gunter, Cliona 27

p101 Dorsa, Valentina 235

p102 Franco, Christopher 240

p28

Gusto Studios 52

p78

Dougherty Arts Center 178

p88

Franklin, Jim 203

p45

Guzu Gallery 93

p5

Dougherty Arts Center I

p94

Fraser, Sally 216

p119 Haigh, Marian 277

p1

Dougherty Arts Center A

FORGE CRAFT

Grasham, Morgan 146

p16

Freeman, Darryl 23

p98

Halpin, Eli 228

p109 Drugparty Collaborative 253

p93

Friesema, Sarah 212

p41

Harris, Vicki 86

xii

Due West

p64

Fritz, Julie 143

p49

Hassin, Jenn 105

p51

Ecotopes 110

p45

Frust Labs 91

p70

Hayman, Carol 156

p129 Edgerton, Philip 301

p21

FullMoon/YellowHouse Studio 32

p63

Henry, Adreon 139

p30

Edwards, Hank 59

p51

Fulton, Denise 111

p22

Hicks, Winston 36

p48

Ek, Carla 100

p27

G Kronke Studios 51

p111

Hilltopper Studio 261

p114 Ek Creations Studio 270

p107 Ganucheau, Joel 248

p101 Hogan, Michele 236

p76

Elbaum, Pamela 174

p51

Garmendia-Mederos,

p63

Holman, So単a 141

p49

Elisabet Ney Museum 105

Yordanis 109

p87

Hook, Cass 199

p6

Elisabet Ney Museum L

p88

Garrett, Danny 202

p41

Hooks, Swava Pearl 85

p53

EMLstudio 115

p106 Gassiot, Brooke 244

p41

Hooper, Thomas 87

p58

Empty House Productions 125

p2

p61

Horbal, Katie 134

Generous Art D

p125 Escobar, Daniel 294

p120 Gentry, Jordan 280

p124 Huffman, George 293

p16

Escobedo, Santiago 24

p105 Germond, Nancy 243

p13

p48

Estudio Bradlio 100

p105 Germond Designs 243

p107 Hunt, Ellen 249

p47

Eye Play Studio 99

p110 Gilbert, Christine 257

p112 Hunter, Mary 264

p58

Falconer, Pat 124

p133 Giles, Saybra 314

p46

Hynes, Christopher 94

p121 Fern, Brady 283

p59

Glass Blowing Austin 128

p26

Industry Print Shop 46

p132 Filip, Leslie 309

p25

Goode, Larry 43

p118 Ion Art 274

p121 Finfrock, Cheryl 282

p61

Gordon, Rebecca 135

p54

Irvine, Madeline 119

p112 Fireseed Clay Art Studios 263

p57

Gottlieb, Nell 122

p37

Jackson, Cara 75

Hughes, Kay 14

Index

138


p88

James, Roi 204

p96

Lester, Dameon 222

p111

p21

Jeffers, Bill 33

p12

Lewis, Melanie 10

p73

Museum of Collectibles &

p16

Jeffords, Nicole 22

p5

line upon line percussion I

Curiosities 163

p35

Jerry’s Artarama 69

p83

Loomis, Andrea 187

p40

Nakra, Manik Raj 83

p69

Johnson, Ann 151

p53

Lothspeich, Eric 115

p90

Narum, Jon Eric 209

p29

Jolly, Lawrence 57

p125 Loudermilk, Lisa 295

p11

Nasky, Marilyn Rea 9

p37

Jorge, Marlene 73

p125 Loudermilk, Rick 295

p120 Nelsen, Carson 280

p87

Juke, Guy 201

p27

p46

Nelson, Andy 96

p52

Kale, Christy 113

p105 Lucier, Ryan 242

p12

Newman, Ann 11

p74

Kelley, Dwain 167

p119 M.L.E. 278

p117 Noguess, Joy 271

p14

Kennard, Mary Jo 17

p64

MacQueen, Lucy 142

p96

p54

Kim, Jieun Beth 120

p54

Madandar, Sara 120

p122 Nyaphaga, Issa 286

p47

Kittrell, Kerry 97

p52

Maloff, Chalda 112

p47

p34

Klump, Anne 64

p28

Marketplace Art Gallery

p39

Offutt, Karen 80

p11

Knox, Jan 7

and Studios 53

p45

Ohlinger, Kris 91

p76

Knox, Jan 173

p66

Materials Lab 150

p76

Old Bakery and Emporium

p39

Kolesar, Negina 79

p60

Mathias, Angela 131

Art Gallery 174

p81

Konvicka, Julie 183

Lucier, Claudine 50

Muckleroy, Sandy 260

Nyaphaga, Issa 221 Offbeat Art Studio 97

p47

Maxfield, Bradford 99

p94

Olivas, Greta 215

p108 Koper, Rachel 250

p95

McCandless, Dee 219

p40

Only Sun Woodworks 82

p69

p136 McClinton, Dave 323

p102 Órale 239

p118 Kraus, Alexis 197

p95

McClure, Jennifer 217

p99

p15

Kretschmar, Mare 21

p85

McDonald, Kelli 193

p62

Page, Robert 137

p27

Kronke, Glenda 51

p130 McTee, Kat 303

p48

Palri Pema Od Ling 101

p42

Kuehne, John 89

p63

Medical Arts Gallery 139

p73

Pangestu, Frieda 164

p12

Kukreja, Sonali 12

p96

Menger, Gene 220

p26

Papel Texano 46

p40

Kull, Martha 82

p59

Merchant Davison, Kaitlin 127

p53

Parker, Fabian 116

p77

La Peña Gallery 177

p35

Merrill, Megan 68

p81

Parsons, David 181

Kovach, Jamie 153

Orendorf, Avery 231

p110 Lagattuta, Jo 256

p130 Metalwork Austin 305

p81

Parsons, Kali 182

p38

p77

Mexic-Arte Museum 176

p85

Parsons Creative 194

p123 Lanina, Yuliya 288

p3

Mexic-Arte MuseumF

p131 Patina Collective 306

p72

Larson, Eve 161

p106 Mindzai Creative 245

p100 Pelaez, Julie 232

p23

Latimer, Laura 38

p108 Mockingbird Domestics 252

p29

Pendergrass, Tyson 55

p134 LeClair, Koren 315

p133 Moon, Jane 312

p89

Perkins, Billy 205

p100 Lee, Soo 234

p72

p132 Petrified Design 310

139

Lamplugh, David 78

2016 West Austin Studio Tour

Moore, Marjorie 162


p52

p70

p120 Sarkin, Shakti 281

p87

Stormcloud, Scout 200

p101 Pierce, Cynthia 237

p10

Scheible, Zane 4

p26

Strong, Patricia 47

p36

Plasse, Amitai 72

p50

Schnitzer, Nick 108

p33

Sturtz, Laura 61

p29

Platinum Portraits & Fine Art

p106 Schwartz, Michelle 245

p76

Sutherland, Eddie 172

Photography 55

p102 Scott-Nairns, Ryan 239

p69

Swaffar, Bob 152

p54

Poll, Laura 118

p97

Seago, Ann 225

p70

Synodinos, Jean 155

p50

Presson, Sarah 107

p29

Sellars, Rachel 56

p90

St.Arnauld, Terri 210

p64

Primeaux, Jeffrey 144

p113 Sering, Navasota 267

p90

Yezer, Frank 210

p74

Puckett, Patrick 166

p82

Sharon Zeugin Art 184

p102 Thornton Road Studios 238

p34

Philquist, Jeanne 154

Sanchez, Orlando 114

p129 Stones Throw Studio 300

p134 Phillips, Brian 317

Puente, Mark 65

p51

Shelton, Steve 110

p71

Timko, Barbara 157

p130 Pure Pariah Studio 304

p84

Shield Maidens of Freyja 190

p95

Tomchesson, Liana 218

p62

Q, The 138

p135 Skalberg, Marilyn 319

p132 Tufted Door, The 311

p18

Querejazu, Marilyn 29

p66

Small, Catherine 148

p36

p125 Quintanilla, Cat 296

p40

smasHouse design 84

p133 Umlauf Sculpture Garden &

p100 Rathge, Roxanne 233

p49

Smith, Michael Penn 103

p4

Rebel Pizza Bar H

p123 Smith, Matt 289

p112 Van Dyke, Rick 263

p13

Reiff, Sandra 15

p14

Smith Rourke, Debbi 18

p126 Vanderbeek, Sara 298

p22

Rhodes, Monte 34

p30

Smoller, Mike 58

p131 Voelter, Chuck 308

Turetzky, Whitney 70 Museum 313

p114 Richards, Lucian 269

p132 SoCo Industrial Arts Studios 310

p71

Wade, Phillip 158

p46

Riktor 96

p62

Solomon, Flip 136

p90

Wade, Bob 208

p62

Riley, Drew 138

p86

South Austin Museum of

p130 Walker, Caroline 304

p50

Robinson, Katherine 106

Popular Culture 198

p42

p85

Robinson, Jill 194

p97

South Austin Studio 224

p135 Warren, Matthew 318

p39

Rodriguez, Salvador 81

p100 Southside Gaeity Hall

p9

Weavers and Spinners

p99

Rogers, Philip 229

Artists Co-Op 234

Society of Austin 3

p28

Rood, Jamie 54

p66

spaceCAMP 150

p46

Webb, Jason 95

p132 Rose, Resin 311

p57

Spearman, Marja 121

p106 Wells, Annie 245

p24

St Laurent, Sarah 42

p119 Werbeck, Stephan 279

p74

Rose Street Studios 167

Wally Workman Gallery 90

p110 Ross, Rita Marie 258

p121 Stafford, Jim 284

p59

West Campus Women 128

p133 Ross, Lee 313

p114 Starnes, Donna 270

xiii

West Group Exhibition X

p23

Sammon, Janna 39

p42

Sterzing, Philip 88

p17

Westphal, Alexander 25

p113 San Juan, Saul Jerome 265

p18

Stevenson, Scotty 30

p78

White Box ATX 179

p113 San Juan, Eliza Jade 266

p38

Stokes, Brian 76

p136 Wieding, Ann Alva 322

Index

140


p9

Wilborn, Elisabeth 2

p97

Williams, Julie 224

p102 Williamson, Croix 238 p66

Wilson, Bradley 149

p117 Winter, Dawn 272 p74

Women & Their Work 166

p4

Women & Their Work G

p134 Wood, Rebecca 316 p33

Woodhill, Mars 62

p108 Wymer, Robert 250 p72

Xydes, Georgia 160

p3

XYZ Atlas E

p89

Yeates, Sam 206

p77

YOUNGSONS 175

Advertiser Index

p85

Yznaga, Mary 195

p67

Armadillo Christmas Bazaar

p104 Georgetown Art Center Art Hop

p21

Zamrazil, Kristie 32

p79

ArtProfiler

p91

North Loop IBIZ District

p82

Zeugin, Sharon 184

p79

Austin Art Refugees

p68

Industry Print Shop

p55

Austin Art Services

p115 Inner Lite Art

p116 Austin Beerworks

p56

Jerry’s Artarama

p91

p43

Kasey McCarty Interior Design

p103 Bird’s Barbershop

p67

Mike Tolleson & Associates

p19

Blanton Museum of Art

p20

Miller IDS

p32

Blue Skies Frame Co.

p92

Moxie Realty Group

p92

Cat Quintanilla, Stone Carver Cat’s

p32

Newcastle Homes

Art Compound & Sculpture Garden

p43

de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART

p32

City of Austin Cultural Arts Division

p79

Precision Camera

p67

Davis Gallery

p56

Rebel Pizza Bar

p103 D-CRAIN

p91

Revival Vintage

p116 Elisabet Ney Museum

p91

Room Service Vintage

p115 Ephemeral Beauty at Asian

p80

Thai Fresh

American Resource Center

p44

Tito’s Handmade Vodka

p91

Ermine Vintage

p43

Uncommon Objects

p91

Forbidden Fruit

p91

Workhorse Bar

p31

XYZ Atlas

Big Bertha’s Paradise

p116 Generous Art

141

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Index

142


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promoting the Austin Public Library as an important community center where the public can come together to share and learn about common interests.

Locations and Hours Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat ACE – Faulk Central Library – 800 Guadalupe St

12-6

11-8

Closed 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6 10-6

11-8

11-8

11-8

10-6

10-6

AHC – Austin History Center – 810 Guadalupe St

12-6

ACB – Carver Branch – 1161 Angelina St

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

ACP – Cepeda Branch – 651 N Pleasant Valley Rd

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

AOK – Hampton Branch at Oak Hill – 5125 Convict Hill Rd

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

AHO – Howson Branch – 2500 Exposition Blvd

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

ALW – Little Walnut Creek Branch – 835 W Rundberg Ln

2-6

10-9

10-9

10-9

10-9

1-6

10-5

AMR – Manchaca Road Branch – 5500 Manchaca Rd

2-6

10-9

10-9

10-9

10-9

1-6

10-5

AMI – Milwood Branch – 12500 Amherst Dr

Closed for renovations

ANV – North Village Branch – 2505 Steck Ave

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

AOQ – Old Quarry Branch – 7051 Village Center Dr

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

APH – Pleasant Hill Branch – 211 E William Cannon Dr

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

ARZ – Ruiz Branch – 1600 Grove Blvd

2-6

10-5

ASJ – St. John Branch – 7500 Blessing Ave

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-4

ASE – Southeast Branch – 5803 Nuckols Crossing Rd

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

ASR – Spicewood Springs Branch – 8637 Spicewood Springs Rd

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

ATB – Terrazas Branch – 1105 E César Chávez St

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

ATO – Twin Oak Branch – 1800 S Fifth St

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

AUH – University Hills Branch – 4721 Loyola Ln

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

AWK – Willie Mae Kirk Branch – 3101 Oak Springs Dr

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

AWP – Windsor Park Branch – 5833 Westminster Dr

Closed 10-9 10-9 10-9 10-9 1-6

10-5

AYB – Yarborough Branch – 2200 Hancock Dr

2-6

10-9

10-9

10-9

10-5

ARR – Recycled Reads – 5335 Burnet Rd

12-6

Closed

Closed

Closed 12-8

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ALW

AOQ ASJ

ARR AWP

AYB Indicates branches participating on West. See the Exhibitions section for more details.

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