East 2016 postcard Shows

East Austin Studio Tour 2016

Bienvenidos!  Fisterra StudioFree and open to the public:

November 12-13, 11:00am – 6:00pm and again

November 19-20, 11:00am – 6:00pm

1200 E 2nd Street, Austin Texas 78702

More info about other stops at East Austin Studio Tour.

Austin visual artist Jennifer Chenoweth hosts her annual Austin party at her home and art studio during the 2016 EAST Austin Studio Tour. Enjoy refreshments and taste Jennifer’s homemade posole as you see her artwork in the context of where she makes the art. Fisterra Studio’s event is unique every year in that a new group of guest artists will be present and their work on display. Their collective body of work ranges from 2D, 3D, photography, video, and installation. Check out their individual websites:

 

PRESS about FISTERRA for EAST 2016, THANK YOU!!

Austin Chronicle

EAST Side Magazine

Austin American-Statesman’s Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

Glasstire

Art Alliance Austin

And last year, Edible Austin’s writer Anne Marie Hampshire wrote a great piece about the Green Chile Posole that I will be cooking for you each day of the event.
Edible Austin: The Art of Hospitality

Click image below for flyer about the show to share and invite friends:

east-2016-flyer-updated

 

City of Austin Cultural Arts
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
East Austin Studio Tour Fisterra 2015 Blog Posts

East Austin Studio Tour 2015

Welcome!  Fisterra StudioFree and open to the public:

November 14-15, 11:00am – 6:00pm and again

November 21-21, 11:00am – 6:00pm

1200 E 2nd Street, Austin Texas 78702

More info about other stops at East Austin Studio Tour.

Austin visual artist Jennifer Chenoweth hosts her annual Austin party at her home and art studio during the 2015 EAST Austin Studio Tour. Enjoy refreshments and taste Jennifer’s homemade posole as you see her artwork in the context of where she makes the art. Fisterra Studio’s event is unique every year in that a new group of guest artists will be present and their work on display. Their collective body of work ranges from 2D, 3D, photography, video, and installation. Check out their individual websites:

Cultural Arts Division, City of Austin
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

Elise Sibley Chandler
Christina Coleman
Gabel Karsten
Jennifer Hill
Brian McKinney
Beth Consetta Rubel
Glen Vigus

Edible Austin’s writer Anne Marie Hampshire wrote a great piece about the Green Chile Posole that I will be cooking for you each day of the event.
Edible Austin: The Art of Hospitality

Click image below for flyer about the show to share and invite friends:

East Austin Studio Tour Fisterra 2015

EAST Austin Studio Tour Fisterra Artists 2014 News

East Austin Studio Tour 2014

EAST 2014 POSTCARDMore info about other stops at http://east.bigmedium.org/

Free and open to the public:

November 15-16, 11:00am – 6:00pm and again

November 22-23, 11:00am – 6:00pm

Austin visual artist Jennifer Chenoweth hosts her annual Austin party at her home and art studio during the 2014 EAST Austin Studio Tour. Enjoy refreshments and taste Jennifer’s homemade posole as you see her artwork in the context of where she makes the art. Fisterra Studio’s event is unique every year in that a new group of guest artists will be present and their work on display.

The theme for the art and artists this year is “Intimacy.” Any open house tour is fascinating for voyeurs who like to see how others live. This year at least three of the artists will be doing intimate interactive projects with and for visitors, the other artists’ subject matter is intimacy. Katelena offers one-on-one comfort-fetish rituals in an emotional day spa, Comfort Station. Jennifer will be producing drawings indexing the body space of visitors. Lisa will have an installation in the master bedroom about the minutiae of relationships. Wells’ work is about the private mirrored space between two planes. Jason’s work is an intimate study of the objects in our lives that we collect and discard. Aaron’s film documents the fragility of bodies in conversation with a mortician. Lauren’s installation in the bathroom will surprise. Calder’s interactive art projects examines our relationship with nature and the ways humans impact biodiversity.

Aaron Weiss

Calder Kamin

Jason Webb

Katelena Hernandez Cowles

Lauren Klotzman

Lisa Choinacky

Wells Mason

Their collective body of work ranges from 2D, 3D, film/video, installation and performance.  Check out their individual websites listed above.

Thank you Austin Way for the great article!

http://austinway.com/living/articles/cant-miss-stops-at-east-austin-studio-tour

Cultural Arts Division, City of Austin
This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

Thank you Austin Convention and Visitor’s Bureau for inviting the world!

http://www.austintexas.org/includes/events/E-A-S-T-East-Austin-Studio-Tour-2014-at-Fisterra-Studio/101414/

Thank you Texasian Travels!

https://thetexasiantravels.wordpress.com/2014/11/03/austin-arts-how-to-navigate-the-east-austin-studio-tour/

Thank you Downtown Austin Alliance!

http://www.downtownaustin.com/events/4939/east-east-austin-studio-tour-2014-fisterra-studio

Aw, thanks Shea Little!

http://artsandculturetx.com/the-nature-of-the-beast/

Thank you so much Jeanne Claire van Ryzin!

http://www.austin360.com/news/entertainment/arts-theater/east-austin-studio-tour-continues-see-highlights-f/nh86x/

Woman Looking at Art, EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Norman Hera Events

EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Norman Hera

 

Man Standing In Circular Sculpture, EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Leslie Vela Events

EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Leslie Vela

 

People looking at Art Installations, EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Dante Dominick Events

EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Dante Dominick

 

Jen on bed with Dog and Sphere, Austin Chronicle Cover Story Press

Austin Chronicle Cover Story

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Jennifer Chenoweth’s home embodies the essence of the East Austin Studio Tour

BY ROBERT FAIRESFRI., NOV. 15, 2013

PHOTO BY SANDY CARSON

Even before you enter the house at East Second and Waller, there’s so much to see: towering colored stalks rising from the yard, a flame-hued metal arch suspended in the air over a like ring of fire embedded in the garden, gravity-defying planters sitting sideways on the exterior walls. But that’s just a taste of what’s waiting once you step over the threshold. Inside, art is everywhere you look – on walls, on tables, on the floor, behind doors, in the hall, the parlor, the bathroom. Seemingly every surface in this 1,700-square-foot home is given over to the display of some drawing, painting, sculpture, print, or work of metal, and as your eyes work to take it all in, your nose texts you, “Something’s on the stove, and it smells powerful good. #chiles #chicken #hominy.” And sure enough, as you step into the spacious, light-drenched kitchen and dining room, you’re greeted by a simmering, four-gallon pot of northern New Mexican posole blanco, freshly cooked up by the hostess of this East Austin Studio Tour stop and just waiting for any visitors to dish themselves up a bowl.

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