Final Thoughts – Ranch Motel

Ranch Motel Painting

Shea Daniel-Youngblood Ranch Motel 10” x 10” Oil on panel, plein air “As a painter, I’m looking to tell the story of a subject as it’s being experienced. I want to convey the relationships, interactions, intersections, and connections I am privileged to participate in and bear witness to for a brief moment in time. I […]

The Arts in San Antonio

Collage of photos

  The Heart and Soul of the Arts in the Alamo City By Michelle Vasquez | Photography by David Teran     San Antonio is a city of cultural vibrancy, beauty, education, and entertainment for youth and adults alike.   The excitement of attending live performances is palpable in performers and audiences. Whether it is […]

Summer in Santa Fe

La Posada Patio Restaurant

        Summer in Santa Fe Your Guide to the “City Different” From a San Antonio Woman By Taylor Lane   To drive or to fly? That is usually the first question when planning a New Mexico trip, specifically to Santa Fe. While there is an airport in nearby Albuquerque, I always prefer […]

Prince Charming


  Sara Eyestone Prince Charming 48 x 24 Oil American Artist Sara Eyestone spent thirteen years painting here in San Antonio in her Westside Studio, as well as on her Riverwalk balcony.  Today she is back home in Santa Fe painting for private collectors on commission.  At 80 years old, she is also working with […]

From Chef to Photographer: David Teran’s Journey

David Teran

By Michelle Vasquez  |  Photography by David Teran   David Teran’s transition from aspiring chef to renowned photographer began with ‘Ratatouille’ and a Hasselblad camera. He reminisces, “There was something about Ratatouille pursuing his inspiring passion. I loved that movie and knew I wanted to be a chef.”   Initially, David used the camera to […]