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Spring 2017 BFA exhibitions showcase UTSA’s artists #5

Spring 2017 BFA exhibitions showcase UTSA’s artists #5

Leah Feneley

April 26, 2017

At the end of every semester, the department of art and art history at UTSA hosts an art exhibition to showcase the works of the soon-to-be graduating bachelor of fine arts (BFA) students. The Spring 2017 BFA Exhibition will be held on UTSA’s Main Campus inside the Main Art Gallery, located on the se...

Spring 2017 BFA exhibitions showcase UTSA’s artists #3

Leah Feneley

April 11, 2017

Nathan Hughes’ focus within the art department at UTSA is painting. “My paintings are multimedia works that I have rebranded as my own version of the 1980s’ Neo-Expressionist movement,” said Hughes. The multimedia aspect of Hughes’ artworks is demonstrated as collage with written text, which a...

Spring 2017 BFA exhibitions showcase UTSA’s artists #2

Leah Feneley

April 5, 2017

Cherise ‘Rhys’ Munro Cherise ‘Rhys’ Munro is a Detroit native who previously worked within the structural steel industry; her experiences prior to attending UTSA explain her interest in the subject matter of architecture and geometric shapes. Munro refers to herself as a “visual artist” becau...

Spring 2017 BFA exhibitions showcase UTSA’s artists

“Seventy-six” by Marcela Ornelas-Mondragón, At the 33rd Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Leah Feneley

March 28, 2017

Marcela Ornelas- Mondragón focuses her paintings and sculptures on different aspects of the human body. “My work focuses on the involuntary and voluntary changes that a body is able to withstand and go through, as well as the appreciation and celebration of the body,” said Orn...