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It's art in the making at Gruene's Texas Clay Fest

Randy Brodnax gingerly lifts a pot from the glowing kiln interior and places it on a small turntable, rotating it…

Trabajo Rústico

Dionicio Rodriguez’s cement sculptures look so much like tree trunks and branches, they even fool wily woodpeckers. Woodpeckers have been…

The Art (and Fun) of Stacking Rocks

Michael Grab wades into the waist-high water of the Llano River in Central Texas, reaches down to the bottom, and…

Uncovering an Urban Relic

I’m huddled with a half-dozen strangers in Houston, shouting into the darkness. The echo, which turns our calls into an…

A Painter's Plantings

Painter Douglas Chandor was as charming as he was creative. I’m standing in the foyer of the prestigious artist’s historic…

With a Butter Knife and a Ball-Peen Hammer

The neighborhood kids called Felix Harris “the Voodoo Man” because his front yard was full of eerie poles he brought…

Pioneers of Posh

It’s safe to say that an elegant, 19th-Century mansion was not what I was expecting to see as I drove…

Keeper of the Flame

In the 1960s at his Soho building in New York City, “minimalism” icon Donald Judd would take his phone off…

Ship Sharp

A long the Texas Gulf Coast, a series of decommissioned ships navigate the nation’s maritime history. In Galveston, the 1877…

Bespoke Buckles

For Clint Orms, belt buckles are more than just accessories. The silversmith sees them as a vestige of Western tradition—tools…

Vintage Spirit

For Austin-based clothing company Fort Lonesome, the classic Western pearl-snap shirt is all about wearing your heart on your sleeve—or…

Filming Beauty

In the span of roughly one year, documentary filmmaker Lynn Boswell has hiked the Guadalupe Mountains carrying a camera tripod,…
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