Thursday, April 14, 2016

Public Art San Antonio to Host 'Compositions in Space' Opening Reception Tonight

Posted By on Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 3:05 PM

click to enlarge Butterfly Waystation - Anita Valencia - On-Going Project Started in 201 - PHOTO VIA FACEBOOK/ PUBLIC ART SAN ANTONIO
  • Photo via Facebook/ Public Art San Antonio
  • Butterfly WaystationAnita Valencia On-Going Project Started in 201

Get out to Public Art San Antonio (115 Plaza de Armas, Suite 102) tonight for the opening reception of "Compositions in Space: Architectural Interventions," a multidimensional exhibit featuring the work of six local artists. 
click to enlarge Butterfly Waystation - Anita Valencia - On-Going Project Started in 2011 - PHOTO VIA FACEBOOK/ PUBLIC ART SAN ANTONIO
  • Photo via Facebook/ Public Art San Antonio
  • Butterfly WaystationAnita Valencia On-Going Project Started in 2011


The exhibit showcases artworks "that create
illusions and challenge the viewers expectations of the building’s architecture" and will be open through June 24.

The reception kicks off at 6pm and goes on until 8pm. 

Artists on view include Sylvia BenitezMark HogensenMichele MonseauCathy Cunningham-Little, Benjamin McVey and Anita Valencia, so get to Public Art San Antonio and support your local creatives.
click to enlarge Selfish Giants (for Oscar Wilde), 2016 - Sylvia Benitez - PHOTO VIA FACEBOOK/ PUBLIC ART SAN ANTONIO
  • Photo via Facebook/ Public Art San Antonio
  • Selfish Giants (for Oscar Wilde), 2016Sylvia Benitez






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