This winter/spring we are presenting the work of current or recent Texas State University students. Artist/curator Michael Villarreal did a prodigious job coordinating the painting shows.
“Like and Subscribe,” a screening of video work from first-year Texas State Expanded Media students, at our Masur Gallery. This event was presented in collaboration with Experimental Response Cinema.
“De Aquí y De Allá (From Here and There),” paintings by Alejandra Gonzalez Zertuche at our Main St gallery. Drawing from the artist’s memories and family stories, this work depicts the journey of crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico and life in the US.
“The Artist’s Studio,” paintings by Alex Renbarger, at our Main St gallery. This series depicts what a painter sees on a daily basis. The works uses a muted and minimal color palette, with inorganic lines and strong sources of light.
“Two Realities,” by Hannah Purvis, at our Main St gallery. These figurative paintings explore technology, the artist’s identity as a neurodivergent female, and unrealistic beauty standards created by social media.
“Bitter Tears,” paintings on tuna cans(!) by Patrick Gorman, a Texas-based artist from Dallas. He has a BFA in painting from Texas State University and began focusing on collage and assemblage in 2021.
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