The Dream Shop {Marcela Homrich}
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by Alison
1M ago
An Ever-Changing, Welcoming Space Words Abby L. Johnson | Photos Eric Morales Vivid imagery, a medley of textures, and a dash of whimsical all contribute to the meticulous mise-en-place of artist Marcela Homrich’s storefront. The varied array of colorful tapestries, multi-media collages, embroidery, jewelry, and paper goods are artfully arranged in her cozy gift shop... READ MORE ..read more
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Investing in Connection {Ivester Contemporary}
EASTside Magazine » Art
by Alison
1M ago
The Business of Art Words Janine Stankus, Photos Baptiste Despois Investing in art isn’t about buying pieces just because you think they’ll appreciate, according to painter and gallerist Kevin Ivester. It’s about actual appreciation, which can take many forms: showing up, donating, and supporting artists and their message. “I don’t think you should collect artworks... READ MORE ..read more
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Small Art for Big Change
EASTside Magazine » Art
by EastSide
1M ago
Breaking Expectations to Amplify Conversations about the Environment Words Janine Stankus | Photos Baptiste Despois Change can start with a conversation. But too often those conversations are confined to closed spaces or traditional forums. However, Really Small Museum artist Juliet Whitsett and her partner, Marianne Newsom, are bringing the conversation to the streets of their... READ MORE ..read more
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Capturing Memories One Brushstroke at a Time {Kandice Pierce}
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by EastSide
1M ago
Invoking Serene Moments on Canvas Words Janine Stankus  |  Photos Eric Morales They say sense and memory are inextricably connected. Artist Kandice Pierce taps into those sensorial memories to invoke her favorite places: from the peachy pink sunrises of West Texas framing far-off cobalt hills to bands of billowy gray and deep slate pulled across... READ MORE ..read more
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Slow Furniture by Domi Goods
EASTside Magazine » Art
by Abby
1M ago
How One Artisan Creates Lasting Family Memories Words by Abby L. Johnson Photos by Eric Morales Many childhood homes had them: the decades-old heirloom pieces in dark, knotted wood, decorated with a splattering of scratches and nicks, each containing their own story. Taking the form of dining tables, China cabinets, dressers, and cozy chairs, handcrafted... READ MORE ..read more
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Maridad Studio Explores the Interplay Between Bodies and Objects 
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by Abby
1M ago
Indulging Pleasures of the Flesh Words by Janine Stankus Photos by Eric Morales It’s a dark and stormy night (literally). Jennifer Pate is up late drawing. She’s craving…something. A cinnamon bun! She can’t get it out of her head, but the pantry is bare. So she lets the pen have its way. Slowly, she materializes... READ MORE ..read more
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Free SXSW 2023 Events You Can’t Miss
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by Abby
1M ago
Official or unofficial, these events won’t cost an arm and a leg. Words by Abby L. Johnson The tourists are upon us! With the imminent arrival of SX 2023 comes a mass influx of out-of-towners. While the increased traffic can be frustrating, there is plenty of fun to be had for Austinites who don’t hold... READ MORE ..read more
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The Dream Shop {Marcela Homrich}
EASTside Magazine » Art
by Alison
4M ago
An Ever-Changing, Welcoming Space Words Abby L. Johnson | Photos Eric Morales Vivid imagery, a medley of textures, and a dash of whimsical all contribute to the meticulous mise-en-place of artist Marcela Homrich’s storefront. The varied array of colorful tapestries, multi-media collages, embroidery, jewelry, and paper goods are artfully arranged in her cozy gift shop... READ MORE The post The Dream Shop {Marcela Homrich} appeared first on EASTside Magazine ..read more
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Investing in Connection {Ivester Contemporary}
EASTside Magazine » Art
by Alison
6M ago
The Business of Art Words Janine Stankus, Photos Baptiste Despois Investing in art isn’t about buying pieces just because you think they’ll appreciate, according to painter and gallerist Kevin Ivester. It’s about actual appreciation, which can take many forms: showing up, donating, and supporting artists and their message. “I don’t think you should collect artworks... READ MORE The post Investing in Connection {Ivester Contemporary} appeared first on EASTside Magazine ..read more
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Small Art for Big Change
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by Melanie
8M ago
Breaking Expectations to Amplify Conversations about the Environment Words Janine Stankus | Photos Baptiste Despois Change can start with a conversation. But too often those conversations are confined to closed spaces or traditional forums. However, Really Small Museum artist Juliet Whitsett and her partner, Marianne Newsom, are bringing the conversation to the streets of their... READ MORE The post Small Art for Big Change appeared first on EASTside Magazine ..read more
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