Friday, January 2, 2015

Boerne Artists featured in Jan. 2015 edition of The Dominion Magazine, "The High End of Tradition"


Here is an excerpt from the January 2015 edition of the Dominion Magazine.

"The High End of Tradition" spotlights Boerne Western artist, Jay Hester; firearms engraver and printer, Weldon Lister; San Antonio Artist of the Year, Seth Camm and internationally acclaimed impressionistic painter, X. Song Jiang.

The article features their artwork and gives reference to the art market in Boerne and the higher end of traditional fine art available by artists and their gallery representatives in the Hill Country.  It confirms examples that Boerne's art market is alive and well; supporting the price ranges of these genres of art. 



Feel free to email J.R. Mooney Galleries at gabrield@jrmooneygalleries.com for further questions regarding this content or artists.

Disclosure: Gabriel Diego Delgado, is the Gallery Director for J.R. Mooney Galleries, Boerne; Jay Hester is represented by Texas Fine Art Treasures in Boerne; Seth Camm is represented by Ana Montoya Galleries in San Antonio and J.R. Mooney Galleries, Boerne; X. Song Jiang is represented by J.R. Mooney Galleries Boerne and San Antonio; Weldon Lister is a private dealer. 


 
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..."Although San Antonio’s art community is incongruously non-comparable to the worldly attracts of the Austin, Houston, and Dallas art markets, there still is a competitive level of skill, expertise, and know-how exhibited in and around the surrounding San Antonio / Hill Country galleries."                                                -Excerpt from "The High End of Tradition"
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***Stay tuned for new work by Seth Camm at the J.R. Mooney Galleries, Boerne for the Jan 10, 2015 Second Saturday events.!!!!****
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