Kathy & Lionel Sosa’s new mural depicts an artistic blend of San Antonio history
Considered by some as the San Antonio art world’s power couple, Kathy and Lionel Sosa are each respected artists in their own right. Together, they’ve created “La Gloriosa Historia de San Pedro Creek on My Mind: A Story in Five Episodes.”
Safari and underwater adventures: How one San Antonio man transformed hospital walls for pediatric patients
Visitors at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio downtown may have noticed some colorful changes on the walls. For the past year, cast technician Anthony De Leon, Sr. has been using his free time to paint murals at the hospital.
San Antonio teacher, artist honors slain Robb Elementary teacher in mural portrait series ‘Healing Uvalde’
Their talent is the bridge between street art and healing. Artists from across the state, including a San Antonio teacher, are honoring the 21 lives cut short in the Uvalde school shooting through a portrait mural.
Texas Cavaliers to announce 2022 River Parade student art contest finalists, winner
The Texas Cavaliers partnered with the Southwest School of Art for the contest that invited students in first through fifth grades to submit their interpretation of this year’s River Parade theme of “Texas Al Fresco.”
Southside-raised author debuts novel inspired by great-grandmother’s journey to US during the Mexican Revolution
Alda P. Dobbs is the author of the novel "Barefoot Dreams of Petra Luna." She was born in a small town in northern Mexico but moved to San Antonio and was raised on the South Side as a child. She studied physics and worked as an engineer before pursuing her love of storytelling. She’s as passionate about connecting children to their past, their communities, different cultures and nature as she is about writing. Alda lives with her husband and two children outside Houston.