The San Marcos venture has the airbrushed, colorful backgrounds and kitschy props that I've studied in my family's albums.
I shape clay not to hone the skill but to escape a day job that’s all about honing. Like the philosopher Laozi, I find the value of my handiwork comes from what’s not there.
The Houston-born painter explores questions of faith alongside the myths and legends of Texas history.
Edward Carey’s whimsical black-and-white portraits mark milestones both personal and political.
Roses are red. Bluebonnets are blue. We made these virtual valentines just for you.
During the past few years, a small group of girls in Marfa has used the simple wooden stool to create a business that has, well, legs.
Carlos Ramirez’s ‘Altar to a Dream’ honors his parents, who traveled across Texas and the U.S. to pick crops.
Deborah Roberts Has Exhibited Art Worldwide. She Hasn’t Had a Solo Museum Show in Her Hometown—Until Now
The Austin artist has been creating distinctive, large-scale collages for years.
Plus: online classes at Austin Bat Cave, embroidery patterns from a Bryan designer, and the best Texas-themed Instagram accounts.
Flaming grew up in suburbia, dreaming of his grandparents’ cattle ranch. His work is angular, almost cubist, reimagining the Western art genre.
From a homing pigeon in flight to a kayaking trip on the lower Pecos River, these are our favorite images from the year.
Locals are mourning the demolition of a mysterious tourist draw, art installation, and town in-joke.
Once one of Texas’s most prominent artists, Winter was known for depicting idyllic rural scenes and the good life in Dallas. But his later, more experimental work is just as interesting.
After decades of planning, the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building will open this weekend as a showcase of modern and contemporary art.
A Houston exhibit of images scavenged from junk shops and flea markets offers a view of the past that anticipates the present.
After the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and three other museums delayed a retrospective of the painter Philip Guston, who used KKK imagery in his work, Texas art voices weigh in on the controversy.
The Mexia-born artist’s new Blanton Museum show, “darling divined,’’ features striking woven textiles that reimagine stories central to his upbringing.
For nearly a quarter century, this bohemian venue and ”social sculpture” has been a gathering place for poets, performance artists, and even a rooster or two.
The Hill, located in the West Texas desert, stirs visitors to confront what they cannot comprehend.
San Antonio comic book creator Ben Dunn, 56, had been quietly publishing comics for more than thirty years when Hollywood finally came calling.
The native Houstonian talks about the art of lettering, how she knew it was time to make a career change, and saying thank you to the U.S. Postal Service.
These distinct initiatives embody something I long wished for while studying at a predominantly white Texas university: a community of color connected through creativity.
The Houston Center for Photography asked people around the world to submit images taken during lockdown. The resulting online show ranges from the mundane to the sublime.
In dreamy, finely detailed paintings, Jim Koehn revives old watering holes and mom-and-pop spots around the state.
In a new digital exhibition at Dallas Contemporary, Holmes challenges viewers to advocate for justice.
The new Houston museum show exemplifies art as both revolution and witness, writes a Houston poet laureate.
Critics of the Rothko Chapel Say It’s Too Somber—Will a Pricey Restoration and Skylight Change That?
The visual arts institution intends to realize the artist’s original intentions for the space with its upgrades.
On Saturday, it'll become the first major art museum in the nation to welcome back the public.
For Years, an East Texas Carpenter Has Been Building a Gothic Contraption of Decks and Spikes in a Historic Square
Not everyone in San Augustine is on board for local artist Gary Brewer's perplexing project, which is three stories high and counting.
Daniel Johnston’s Iconic ‘Jeremiah’ Frog Now Has a Brand-Friendly Message to Share: ‘I Know Supreme’
The streetwear brand Supreme announced its clothing collection featuring the late outsider artist’s work.
Plus, ‘My Darling Vivian,’ a party game for social distancing, and puzzles from the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Troubled by the backlash against the Chinese city since the coronavirus pandemic, the Texan illustrator decided to showcase Wuhan's history, culture, and food.
Play with clay and learn about an important figure from Texas history.
Rafael Gonzales Jr. has developed a version of the classic game for the age of the coronavirus.
Plus, a profile of La’Darius Marshall from Netflix’s ‘Cheer,’ flour from Barton Springs Mill, and ‘Naked and Afraid.’
Novelists, composers, photographers and other creatives living and working in Texas were awarded this year.
Brighten up your living room with a homemade Texas floral arrangement.
The visual arts are adapting to unprecedented times by experimenting with online platforms.
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s show immortalizes the late musician in his hometown.
The nonagenarian sculptor, whose pieces are flecked throughout southeast Texas, unveils a career-spanning retrospective in Beaumont.
Plus, artist Shyama Golden, a podcast connecting Texas A&M AgriLife to an underground mango trade, and plenty more.
Installation artist Mark Dion displays his findings in a tongue-in-cheek Fort Worth museum exhibition.
Photographer John Dyer’s iconic photos of the fallen singer are being shown for the first time.
Plus, a Dallas Museum of Art exhibit, ‘Just Mercy,’ and Bryan Washington’s latest short story.
The 76-year-old artist died just past midnight on Christmas Eve at his home in Austin.
The show has traveled to the likes of Texas A&M, Baylor, and Texas Tech.
The Houston-based artist talks about the Houston art scene, working with Solange, and using chairs as a medium.
The local artist talks about finding her medium, what she’s unlearning, and being an ”emerging artist.”
Plus, a Dallas museum for holiday photos, a book about old Hollywood, and late-night pho in Houston.
Will Boone’s first solo exhibition probes what the Lone Star State means to outsiders and insiders alike.