Erika Blumenfeld

Erika Blumenfeld’s installation incorporates photographs, charred debris collected from recent wildfires across the Southwest, desert sand, and a bonsai-trained tree native to Texas. This new work poignantly studies shifting water… Read More »

Sasha Dela

Here in Austin, it’s no secret that we cherish our beloved green spaces, springs and swimming holes. Our water – the water in Lady Bird Lake, in the Greenbelt and… Read More »

Liz Ward

Women & Their Work is pleased to present a series of silverpoint drawings and watercolor painting by Liz Ward in her solo exhibit titled Aqueous. James Housefield, in his essay… Read More »

Contraband in Mira: Cycle III

San Franciso-based interdisciplinary company melds movement, original music, and spoken text into passionate dance theater to electrify audiences around the globe. The natural force of Contraband in Mira, Cycle III… Read More »

Jill Bedgood

Artist Statement In my work, attention is given to ethics and morality by confronting the viewer with unsolved or ignored issues or problems. I explore social & political issues as… Read More »