The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, Gallery Verde, 417 S.Oakes
This commercial building was constructed in the early 1920's and over the years has been the location of a number of retail businesses. The property had gone into severe decline and virtual abandonment until 2002 when it was acquired by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. In a joint venture with the Upper Colorado River Authority, the museum restored this building and for over seven years it was used as an education center by the UCRA. The museum will now operate an art gallery at this location. In recognition of the numerous environmentally based exhibitions and programs that have taken place here, we have decided to name the space Gallery Verde.
Gallery Verde is looked upon as a gallery of the museum and is to be used to highlight the work of outstanding individuals, groups and contemporary collections. Exhibitions in Gallery Verde will provide educational content, inspiration and information to the community in accordance with the museum's mission. The gallery space is meant to create awareness in all aspects of environmental knowledge including human social interaction and concerns. Artists, groups and collections are expected to be of the highest qualities and presented professionally.
Our premier exhibit features over forty works created by leading artists from around the country who participate in the museum's first national "En Plein Air" competition. Fittingly the artists have reflected on the constructed as well as natural environments of our region.
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10+ Artists Exhibit
A collection of artworks from more than 10 artists. Including sculptors and painters, quite a few who are local artists. Artists include Scott Sustek, Kat Truth, Virginia Fleck, Tina Milisavljevich, Raul R. Ruiz, Bobby Piser, Linda Rupard, Karyn Kuniyuki, Deborah Carroll, and Jonell Richardson. There will also be EPAT paintings on display for the last time from 2020's competition and works for sale from the SAMFA collections of Johnson and Fisher.
July 15 · 5:30 - 8:30 pm (Exhibit Opening)
July 16-17 · 11 am - 4 pm
Pictured: Texas Tornado
San Juan College: Hot Damn Pottery (April 23-25, 2021)
Featuring the ceramic works of Don Ellis, Matt Bahe and advanced students of San Juan College from Farmington, New Mexico! Works will include wheel thrown and sculptural pieces made over the last year.
Mental · "An examination of inner states" (January 17-18, 2020)
This show was presented by artists Kara Donatelli and Kat Truth. They explore psychology, psycholical disorders, reflection, and self-improvement, all while exploring ways to express them through a variety of mediums.
Some Past Is Present by the Jody Klotz Fine Art Gallery (December 13 - 15 & 19, 2019)
An exhibition of works by master printmaker Janet Turner (1914 - 1988), active in Texas in the 1940s and 1950s, and a selection of European and American Impressionist and Post-war paintings from our extensive gallery inventory. Visit their website: jodyklotz.com
Concho Vallery Photography Club (November 21, 2019)
A collection of photography from San Angelo's Concho Valley Photography Club.
Form Foundation (September 19-21, 2019)
A joint exhibit exploring the sculptural expertise of Kevin Stanford and the emerging imagery of Julio Gonzalez. Kevin exhibited over 10 pieces of forged metal sculptures. These sculptures explored the boundaries of medium. Julio exhibited 15 acrylic and mixed media paintings. These paintings were part of a set of series with unique narratives.
Artfully Able - Creativity Knows No Bounds (May 15-June 15, 2019)
Artwork by residents of the San Angelo State Supported Living Center
Constructured ClayScapes (April 12-14, 2019) Curated by Jess Wade & Jamie Lea Wade
Constructured ClayScapes features ceramic sculptures, vessels, and installations that are explorations of form, color, texture, time and space. These Constructed Remnants of Beauty and decay stand in as moments and monuments that celebrate life’s journey. Featuring artists Paul S. Briggs, Nom Ceramics, Jeff Forster, Eric Jackson, Diana Kersey, Jennifer Masley, and Todd Van Duren.