Tony Schaub

Tony Schaub’s Visual Hilarity

People who love a good time, anything retro, and pop art cannot miss the upcoming opening reception for Tony Schaub at the Harlingen Arts & Heritage Museum. Tony and his wife Beverlee are planning something very special in ...
by Nydia O
 

 
 
Fafi

Fafi Melguizo: Painting Shadows of the Unknown

For Cuban born artist Josefina “Fafi” Melguizo creating art is a personal activity, but to create lyrical abstraction is to reach the most profound depth of her sensibility and inspiration. “To me, painting comes from the...
by Nydia O
 

 
 
Michael Mascha

Michael Mascha’s Temptation

Last week, another exhibit by local photographer Michael Mascha opened. This time at Galeria 409 in Brownsville; a beautiful mid 19 century building which, according to rumor,  once housed a brothel.   Nothing could please M...
by Nydia O
 

 

 
Joaquin Garcia Quintana

Joaquin Garcia Quintana is Living an Artist’s Dream

  Joaquin Garcia Quintana welcomed me into his private studio in one of Matamoros, Mexico’s oldest neighborhoods. Quintana’s creative aura encompasses the space located on a rooftop terrace reminiscent of prototypic ar...
by Nydia O
 

 
 
Harlingen artist in Washington, DC exhibit, July 2016, reproduced courtesy of owner Matt Gonzalez

Discovering a Remarkable Harlingen Artist, Rigoberto A. Gonzalez

This article was contributed by Harlingen historian Norman Rozeff. Rozeff is a columnist for the Valley Morning Star and the author of several books. In late July my wife and I visited our daughter in Mount Airy, Maryland. We a...
by La Vida Valle