Telling Our Story: African American Influences on San Antonio’s History[Read more…]
The Hill Country Arts Foundation Juried Members Show runs from 23 FEB- 30 MAR 2-18. This year the theme was “Myths and Muses.”
Works by FASA members J’cil Horn and Caryl Gaubatz are included in the exhibit. Caryl received an Honorable Mention for her vest “Legend of the Ghost Camel.” [Read more…]
Mark your calendars for the Heaven & Nature Sing Art Exhibition, December 7, 2017 through January 7, 2018 at the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett Street, Kerrville, TX 78028. [Read more…]
Members in the news: Caryl Gaubatz, Connie Akers, Rachel Edwards Ridder, Dale Jenssen, Linda Rael, and Lyn Belisle
authored by Lyn Belisle
The ArtWear Biennial – Congratulations, Caryl!
Agostina’s Eyes by Caryl Gaubatz (center) ArtWear/Fashion Week 2015
The ArtWear Biennial in Ft. Collins CO is a celebration of wearable art and fashion filled with exciting events including a theatrical Fashion Show, a Sales Gallery with garments by artists and designers from around the country, fiber art demonstrations, lectures, workshops and more. The juried show and sale is a fund-raiser for the Lincoln Center’s Visual Arts program.
Caryl Gaubatz was first juried into the show in 2015. Her work appears again this year. Artists submit 3 garments for the jurying process . After the artist is juried in, he/she may submit up to 5 pieces; these do not have to be the same works that were juried.
Caryl Gabautz, Channeling Sonia, ArtWear Biennial 2017
Connie Akers & her dyeing partners working together as Eco & Indigo Fiber Arts will be participating in the Wimberley Fitness Holiday Sale. This event is Nov 16th, 5-8 pm at Wimberley Fitness, 501 Old Kyle Road Suite 110
Wimberley, Texas 78676. Come out & start your holiday shopping.
From Rachel Edwards Ridder – coming up at the San Antonio Art League :
From Dale Jenssen, who, along with other FASA artists, will be at the Uptown Art Stroll –Dale says, I will be set up at 183 Thorain… this is a great studio tour… almost 100 participating artists in all!
Robin Early will be there, too -just around the corner:
Wilson County artist Rebecca Lilly Segura received second place for her quilt, “Abby,” out of 107 pieces from 52 artists, during an opening reception on December 2, 2016.