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1420 S. Alamo St. #104G, Blue Star Arts Complex
San Antonio, TX 78210
Wallace-Musket Gallery
Phone: 210-223-6631
Fax: 210-674-5857
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The Wallace-Musket Gallery for Women's Contemporary Art, located upstairs in building "B" of the Blue Star Arts Complex, represents locally and nationally celebrated women artists. Outstanding 2D, 3D, installation and performance artworks are presented by the artists/co-owners, Margaret Wallace and Cheryl Musket.

Pieces by Norma Jean Moore, Judy M. Brown, Le Green, Helen Klebasadel and Margaret Wallace are among those featured. The Gallery has an opening reception from 6pm to 9pm every first Friday of the month in conjunction with the eclectic "First Friday in Southtown." This is a festive event during which art galleries in the area invite the public to view art in a festival-like setting.

The Wallace-Musket Gallery also sponsors an outreach program, "B.I.S.T.A.," (Business in Support of Texas Artists), which takes art into offices and public venues (such as Borders Books and Music) for exhibition. Visit our artists in womenSArts website.


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Judy M. Brown
Photographer specializing in hand colored black & white photographs of San Antonio. A unique perspective and detailed contemporary style.

Magda Chellet
Works in oil and ceramics are her speciality and vivid color is a hallmark of her style. One of San Antonio's best known artists.

Margaret E. Wallace
Painting and printmaking, sculpture and installation art based on woman's mythology and politics; a nationally respected artist, lecturer and curator.

Norma Jean Moore
"Art Matters" grant winner, works in rich textured oil pastels with mixed media. A favorite of art collectors.

Kathleen Baker Pittman
Printmaker and painter, a founder of San Antonio's "Stonemetal Press," non-profit printmaking facility. Nationally exhibited and respected artist and curator.

Helen Klebasadel
Professor of art in Wisconsin, creates unique watercolors exploring women's/personal spirituality themes.


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