September 24, 2021

Lauren Moya Ford

Lauren Moya Ford is a Texan artist and writer based in Austin.

One artist’s treasures: At the Blanton, drawings from the collection of Jack Shear

Jack Shear is a lifelong collector. Growing up in Los Angeles, he remembers collecting rocks, stamps, and coins as a kid. His first art purchase — a 20th century...

Greg Piwonka: A (virtual) studio visit

On a recent video call, from his small, softly-lit north Austin home studio, Greg Piwonka tells me:  “I think in high school I even knew I wanted to be...

Eight years after Sam Coronado’s death, Pepe Coronado and Jonathan Rebolloso continue his printmaking legacy

An an artist, educator, and activist, the late Sam Coronado believed in the power of art to shape a community. Coronado’s lifelong commitment to empowering Latinos to express their...

Less is More: ‘The Contemporary Print: 5×5’ features less artists, but with more depth

Like so many recent arts events, this year’s "The Contemporary Print" exhibition is unlike previous shows. Before the pandemic, PrintAustin and Big Medium marked this annual celebration of contemporary...

Drew Liverman’s ‘Premember’ paintings memorialize an Austin of familiar strangers

If you’ve lived in Austin long enough, the places Drew Liverman has been drawing lately will likely bring a smile of recognition to your face. Sam’s BBQ, Segovia Produce,...

Chuck Ramirez: The Minimalist Maximalist

The artist Chuck Ramirez died in 2010 at age 48 in a cycling accident just a block from his San Antonio home. A decade later, Ramirez remains one of...

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