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A biannual exhibition series at the Southwest School of Art, Texas Draws IV features artists from around the state who extend the traditional definition of drawing and apply both traditional and non-traditional approaches to this time-honored discipline. Texas Draws IV takes the larger idea of drawing and explores it via several areas of consideration: materiality/medium; scale; documentation/environment; abstraction; and dimensional form. Through the range of ideas represented in the exhibition, it is clear that Texas artists working within the scope of drawing as a final means of expression are deep within the conversation of line and mark making in contemporary art.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition runs through April 24.

A biannual exhibition series at the Southwest School of Art, Texas Draws IV features artists from around the state who extend the traditional definition of drawing and apply both traditional and non-traditional approaches to this time-honored discipline. Texas Draws IV takes the larger idea of drawing and explores it via several areas of consideration: materiality/medium; scale; documentation/environment; abstraction; and dimensional form. Through the range of ideas represented in the exhibition, it is clear that Texas artists working within the scope of drawing as a final means of expression are deep within the conversation of line and mark making in contemporary art.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition runs through April 24.

A biannual exhibition series at the Southwest School of Art, Texas Draws IV features artists from around the state who extend the traditional definition of drawing and apply both traditional and non-traditional approaches to this time-honored discipline. Texas Draws IV takes the larger idea of drawing and explores it via several areas of consideration: materiality/medium; scale; documentation/environment; abstraction; and dimensional form. Through the range of ideas represented in the exhibition, it is clear that Texas artists working within the scope of drawing as a final means of expression are deep within the conversation of line and mark making in contemporary art.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition runs through April 24.

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WHERE

Southwest School of Art
1201 Navarro St.
San Antonio, TX 78205
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