Archive for the ‘Artist in Residence’ Category

We the board of directors, staff, and interns of The Serie Project sincerely express our condolences to the family and friends of Marilu Flores Gruben, a greatly talented artist and friend of our organization who participated in our Artist in Residence program. Like many artists who grew up on the Mexico-Texas border, inspiration often manifests

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Press: o.n. at Kingwood Art Gallery Lone Star College in Kingwood, Texas – through June 17, 2013 Opening receptions on May 31, 6:00 – 8:00 pm and June 5, 12:30 – 2:30 pm This Houston printmaking exhibition features prints, paintings, books and assemblage by print artists Dean Dass, University of Virginia, Lari Gibbons, University of

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Drawing from her first love of war propaganda illustration and Victorian history, Farley Bookout is driven to create imagery of pensive women in lonely spaces, reminiscent of a vintage screen print. Bookout began drawing at the age of 12, inspired by the horses she owned and the desire to capture their weight and beauty. Finding she

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Born in Long Beach, California, J. Salvador Lopez has lived in Texas since the age of eight, residing between Dallas and San Antonio. Lopez studied at San Antonio Arts Institute and Mountain View Community College. An active exhibitor, of his work he says he wishes to express his ideas and beliefs by creating a bridge

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Over the past five years, I have been making ink drawings in small sketchbooks in a daily-like manner. In these drawings, I work quickly from one to the next, spontaneously filling sketchbooks with minute line depictions that are simple and naive by nature, but evoke issues from a subconscious level. For the Serie Project, I

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Born in 1973 in Tamaulipas, Rigoberto A. Gonzalez has lived his life on both sides of the Rio Grande. After earning a BFA from UT-Pan American in 1999 and an MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2004, he returned to his hometown. Gonzalez remembered Tamaulipas as being peaceful, calm, even boring. Now

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Serie Project Contact: Kelly Grajeda, Asst. Director (P) 512.385.3591 | (E) serie@serieproject.org Press Contact: Alexandra M. Landeros, Roots PR (P) 512.517.0394 | (E) alexandra@rootspr.com Serie Project Celebrates 20th Anniversary in East Austin: Announcing Participants of 2013 Artist in Residence Program and New Membership Circle   AUSTIN, Texas – February 14, 2013 –

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My work examines the creation of cultural identity through the use of tropes that construct a ‘Primitive-Other’. Primitivism has been utilized by many civilizations as a justification for a social “cleansing” of a state. Especially with respect to European cultural identity, these recurring images of the ‘Primitive’ have been essential in confronting cultural differences. Regarding

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Poli Marichal is a Puerto Rican printmaker, painter and filmmaker, living and working in Los Angeles, California. Her works combine expressionism and symbolism, realism and fantasy to create images that convey strong statements about the human condition as well as environmental, social and political issues. “My goal as an artist is to create suggestive and

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Excerpt from Aether Magazine – Issue Three (Fall/Winter 2012) Aether is a semi-annual e-magazine that aims to engage collectors, artists, and galleries in conversation about the visual arts in our community and beyond, inspired by the diverse art scene in Austin where new ideas and creativity are abundant. Sandra C. Fernandez participated in the Serie

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