1st Place (2D art category) Awarded at Round Rock Arts re[Imagine] Exhibition
Happy to announce my 1st Place award at the [re]Imagine exhibition at Texas State University, Round Rock Campus. Exhibition runs through April 6th, 2019.
1555 University Blvd
Avery Building Floors 3&4
Round Rock, TX .
View photos of many of the beautiful works of art, some of the artists, and my award winning portrait (at the end) of this Austin American Statesman photo gallery on the exhibition:
A Certain Sense of Her
A GAGA exhibition.
Quilt Project in honor of Women's History Month.
Coastal Bend College.
March 4th - April 12, 2019
More info at www.gagaart.org
GAGA @ San Antonio Art League
Premier of new Color of Women: Robbie & Ruby portrait of my two youngest sisters. Contains and audio file accessible by QR code or link on my website. .
Exhibition dates: 1.13.2019 - 2 21.2019
Nosotras: Perceptions in Identity
Nosotras Closing Reception. Barbara Felix has 4 works in this diverse exhibition of talented women artists from San Antonio.
I, Too, Sing San Antonio
"I, Too, Sing San Antonio" exhibition of 22 San Antonio African American Artists. Barbara Felix has 2 portraits from her new body of work, "The Color of Women" in this exhibition.
The Proximity of Being to premier at Luminaria San Antonio
I am so thrilled to announce that my very first public art installation project has been selected for Luminaria art festival in San Antonio!
Day: Friday, November 11, 2016
Location: Dignowity Park, 701 Nolan, San Antonio, TX
My concept is to explore everyone's need for connection and solitude and the push and pull between these two very human forces that are necessary parts of our existence. The concept combines dance, film, lasers and special effects, with my drawings which will be animated for this installation. I'm joined by the following people who are helping to make this project come into being:
Co-choreography by Amber Ortega-Perez and Charles Perez of Spareworks.dance
Cinematography, lighting and editing by James A. Borrego of Cine Studio San Antonio
Laser projection, lighting special effects, installation construction and 3D projection mapping by John Ward of Laser Ninja Productions
The physical aspects of the project concept originated from brainstorming with John but each of the four of us are putting in our own voice into the theme concept for the project and bringing them all together for a multi-projection digital installation to share with San Antonio.