Closing reception Friday, September 2, 6–9pm.
For gallery hours and visit info, click here.
Coordinated by Alex Renbarger
Alex Renbarger is an oil painter who focuses on interior and exterior spaces to discuss the mundane and mental health. She is about to graduate from Texas State University in San Marcos TX with her BFA in studio art and a minor in communication studies. By then, she will have shown her work in the Slice of Home Exhibition online, at the Exit Exhibition, and the Hallway exhibition in San Marcos, TX. (Website)
Jennifer Moore creates videos, sculptures and drawings that hover around themes of home and body. Her preferred materials are broken household items, fabric, bottles and old electronics. She finds these items lying around the city of San Marcos where she lives and works. She received a BFA in Studio Art from the Texas State University School of Art & Design in 2018. (Instagram)
Juania Sueños is co-editor-in-chief at Infrarrealista Review, a literary journal and press founded highlighting underrepresented Texan voices. We follow an outside-the-establishment ethos that guide our selections of excitingly different new writing that is not afraid to break traditions. We are also a non-profit with a vision to create a central Texan literary community that is economically sustainable for writers, so we pay all our writers. (Website)
Laurel Coyle is a photographer and videographer. Having a keen eye for location scouting and natural light, she researches her subjects and places them in environments that give the audience an intimate peek into the soul behind the creative process. Her ever-evolving curiosity leads her to take the seemingly ordinary and turn it inside out until she locates the extraordinary. Coyle lives in Lockhart, Texas. (Website)
Sam Foster grew up in Lawrence, KS and graduated with a BFA from Milwaukee institute of Art and Design in painting and studio art (2012). Sam works and lives in Austin, TX, and creates paintings and video art inspired by his life experiences. His paintings incorporate garish oils and collaged elements. Similarly his videos combine personal and found footage. (Instagram)