Art by Vincent Falsetta
(Courtesy of the artist and Conduit Gallery, Dallas
UTSA presents 'Blurring' abstract art exhibit
By Kareem el Dahab
Student Writer, College of Liberal and Fine Arts
(March 14, 2006)--The UTSA Department of Art and Art History presents the exhibit, "Blurring the Line," featuring abstract paintings from six Texas artists. Free and open to the public, see the exhibit through March 26 at the UTSA Satellite Space.
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Gallery hours are from noon-6 p.m., Friday-Sunday, or by appointment, at the UTSA Satellite Space, 115 Blue Star in the Blue Star Arts Complex, South Alamo at Probandt Street.
The artworks selected demonstrate various ways to use "the line," while also using unconventional formats or painting materials.
The Texas artists featured in "Blurring the Line" include William Betts, Jerry Cabrera, Vincent Falsetta, Richard Martinez, Aaron Parazette and John Pomara. The exhibit curator is Julie Shipp.
For appointments, or for more information, contact Jasmyne Graybill at (210) 212-7146.