TEMPO-Thank You To Austin and It’s Artists

TEMPO-Tree Huggers

We have a new addition to our neighborhood park thanks to the TEMPO project. This beautiful installation, titled Tree Hugger, was created by artist Brent Baggett. The graceful curves and openness of the abstract leaf give the sense of being physically embraced by Continue reading TEMPO-Thank You To Austin and It’s Artists

The Dreams of Artist Yuliya Lanina

An alternative reality, one filled with whimsy, fantasy, femininity and humor. This best describes artist, Yuliya Lanina’s exhibit, Arcadian Rhapsody, currently on display at the Women and Their Work Gallery. Believing the reason to make art is to communicate and Continue reading The Dreams of Artist Yuliya Lanina

The Art of Zines

The Art of Zines

I am completely intrigued by the zine scene in Austin. My first introduction to this subculture was by Mason Mcfee, who together with his girlfriend, Jess Rose Clark, operate Crummy House.  Their creative hub works collaboratively with artists to produce limited-edition zines, artworks, and art Continue reading The Art of Zines

Travis Heights Art Trail

Austin Arts Calendar-January 2014

[wowslider id=”24″] Travis Heights is my favorite neighborhood in Austin hands down.  Despite skyrocketing property values, it has by some miracle maintained an eclectic mix of homes and people and after attending the Travis Heights Art Trail this past Saturday, I Continue reading Travis Heights Art Trail