Before moving out of the big house I was busy: being a chaperone for a teenagers field trips to Austin, Waco, and Houston, a professional development meeting with Larry Schuekler, and co-hosting a Closing Reception with my fellow Artist in … Continue reading
So the month of June was very eventful; Eric, Abby and I had work shown at the Frame Gallery, I taught at the Arts Council 2016 Summer Camp, was apart of a three-part front page series in the Navasota Examiner, … Continue reading
So I have been busy the past few weeks with different projects. I am working on making 5 wooden panels for new paintings.
Designing new library cards for Navasota public library.
I am teaching a Landscape and Nature Drawing Class for KOR Education School in College Station. The class includes observing the environment around you and learning a few new things about it. The kids learn the fundamentals it takes to construct a plein air drawing: perspective, horizontal line, and vanishing points. We worked on tonal change, such as light and darks and tricks to complete a drawing in a short amount of time.
Welcoming vistors to the Horlock Gallery.
And being apart of the Riddle Gallery Happiness show. I put in my pool painting.
So after traveling 34 hours, not all at once but over 2 weeks, I have made it to the Horlock house. I traveled from Kansas City to California to spend time with my boyfriend’s family. We first went to Laguna … Continue reading
My name is Mary Christina Cisneros, I received a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) in May of 2014. My family has lived in Austin, Texas for four generations … Continue reading