Gallery update! We have partnered with ICOSA, an Austin-based artist collective, for the programming of the Fall 2021 season. Artist/curator Michael Villarreal did a prodigious job coordinating the effort.
“EN MASS,” a group exhibition by members of the ICOSA Collective, at our Masur Gallery. The show takes full advantage of the grand space, with works exploring scale and texture. Opened Sept 3 and runs into the winter.
We showed a lot of great art this year. Exhibitions at the Main St Gallery focused on photography: I curated Elijah Barrett’s Rockport, an examination of the impact of our changing climate on communities along the Texas coast; and then Elijah curated Cristina Velásquez’s New World, a consideration of agricultural labor in her native Columbia...
Photo by Hayden Yates.
The first workshop held at Spellerberg Projects was New Year, New Color! by teaching artists Honoria Starbuck and Luanne Stovall. The workshop was held as a companion to Starbucks’s exhibition, Flaneuse; teaching is a big part of her practice and the workshop was a way to express that in the gallery. Read more
Photo by Hayden Yates
On Saturday, January 16 2016, I opened Spellerberg Projects, an art space in Lockhart Texas, with the exhibition Flaneuse by artist Honoria Starbuck. Honoria is a longtime collaborator; I’ve worked together on various web-based artworks and helped install various shows of hers over the years. Read more
In November 2015 the Warner Bros crew producing The Leftovers moved out of my building at 103 S Main St. Over the next two and a half months, with the help of friends, consultants and contractors, I transformed it into an art gallery. Read more
103 S. Main St., Lockhart TX dressed as Miracle Gifts
From May to October 2015 my building was leased by the Warner Brothers team producing season two of HBO’s The Leftovers. Thanks to their their skilled application of movie magic, the City of Lockhart’s historic district portrayed the fictional town of Jarden and my building, 103 South Main, was transformed into “Miracle Gifts.” Read more
It’s the second one from the corner.
I’ve bought a 100+ year-old commercial building on the historic square of Lockhart, TX. It’s two story, attached, masonry. Having been previously used as an office, the first floor contains a reception room, three offices, a meeting room and restroom. Read more