René Alvarado

by Laura Harrison My recent visit with René Alvarado in his home and studio in San Angelo, TX, gave me an opportunity to see what he is currently working on and to reflect on his path as an artist. His home and studio is an old Lutheran church that he renovated in 2005. He kept … Continue reading René Alvarado

Tami Bone

Mythos by Amanda Gorence Photographer Tami Bone takes us to a place where the otherworldly and familiar unite, a combination that strikes you to the core. She is a captivating storyteller, one who sets a mood so unique and specific that it’s intoxicating. Conjuring up reality and action, Bone reminds us how our memories inform … Continue reading Tami Bone

Bookshelf

Reviewed by Judith Taylor CRAZY FROM THE HEAT: A Chronicle of Twenty Years in the Big Bend, James H. Evans / University of Texas Press 2011 James Evans considers himself primarily a portrait photographer, and his most recent book is indeed a portrait of place with a “profound understanding of light, the people of the … Continue reading Bookshelf