Gravelmouth is an artist run gallery located in the South Flores Arts District anchored in the renowned 1906 Building. Gravelmouth showcases innovative contemporary artist, and contemporary artist with a bias for street culture. Gravelmouth has been honored to host the many talents of local, national and international artist and musicians every second Saturday during our Second Saturday art walk, the second oldest art walk in San Antonio. Gravelmouth is also an excellent choice when looking to commission artwork or murals for personal, or business purposes. With a list of respected artist, we can find the fresh new look you are looking for. for submissions or inquiries please send email to shekone@gmail.com

Gravelmouth is located in the South Flores Arts District and can be viewed during its Second Saturday art walk from 7pm-11pm or by appointment.

Gravelmouth
1906 S. Flores
San Antonio, TX 78204

by appointment
210 (367) 2528
shekone@gmail.com

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To say Gravelmouth is just a San Antonio commercial gallery is an understatement with regards to the complexities that this space serves to its communities. In San Antonio, Gravelmouth has become a beacon for the artist-run space. To have a space, create programming, and abide by a mission and vision is an endeavor that professional visual artist, David Vega appeared to do seamlessly. The quality of work, the craftsmanship in the display, and ultimately the ongoing collaborations and diversified networks that David brings to San Antonio is continuously impressive. Street art, like any deemed “non-traditional artwork,” lacks spaces for display, scholarly criticism, and a collector base. With Gravelmouth and Vega’s own experience navigating and trying to find a balance between urban interventions and formal institutions, the selected artists and community are privy to an intersection of holistic knowledge. Gravelmouth is a space that was created by an artist for artists and we have only seen the beginning of what it has to offer.

-Claudia Zapata, Curator of Exhibitions and Programs at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas

15th September 2014

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Great surprise to get mentioned in this weeks Guide To San Antonio as a must see! Also big thank you for everyone who came out this second Saturday, thank you Destiny Mata, Test Pilot Clothing, Dos Equis, Red Bull Posse and all the supporters that included GRAVELMOUTH in this their weekend plans! You guys keep us movin’ #grateful #sanantonio #secondsaturday #1906

Great surprise to get mentioned in this weeks Guide To San Antonio as a must see! Also big thank you for everyone who came out this second Saturday, thank you Destiny Mata, Test Pilot Clothing, Dos Equis, Red Bull Posse and all the supporters that included GRAVELMOUTH in this their weekend plans! You guys keep us movin’ #grateful #sanantonio #secondsaturday #1906

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12th September 2014

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29th August 2014

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Big thanks to everyone that helped make Miniature Curiosa’s “An Excruciatingly OrdinaryToy Theater Show” huge success! The evening was filled with wide eyes and smiling faces. When first walking into the gallery, you come upon a table filled back to back with the hand made creations of performing artist, and puppeteer, Zach Dorn. Cut-outs, hand painted dioramas and characters litter the tabletop in a organized chaos only the artist could understand. The magic begins when Zach picks up his hand held camera and narrates us through 8 short stories seen through the eye of his lens and projected onto the gallery wall. Zachs wild and whimsical performance, and audience’s participation, kept us laughing and captivated by the imagination and charm that is Miniature Curiosa. We love everything that Miniature Curiosa has introduced to Gravelmouth and to the city of San Antonio. My apologies to those who were not able to get in the evening of the event. We reached capacity and were at standing room only which left us no choice but to close the doors to ensure the safety of our patrons. Thank you Miniature Curiosa for the stellar performance and thank you Gravelmouth friends for your continued support. We look forward to doing this again! All around fantastic evening.

11th August 2014

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Gravelmouth is happy to host a return visit of Miniature Curiosa for a one night event that is not to be missed! Miniature Curiosa first made it appearance last year to a delighted crowd with their performance “Tonight a Clown Will Travel Time”. I dont know what to tell you other than, This is a spectacle that cannot be put into words, and is something you must experience for yourself to truly appreciate the magic that is Miniature Curiosa.

“A Workshop Performance of An Excruciatingly Ordinary Toy Theater Show Presented by Miniature Curiosa and Gravelmouth Friday, August 22nd, 8pm to 9pm $5 Suggested Donation. An old man dreams about a missing sweatshirt, a three foot ghost plagues an eight-year-old boy’s fragile psyche, and an opera-singing landlord refuses to return a security deposit. These stories and more will explode onto the stage through miniature dioramas, digital cameras, and paper puppets. This is an in-progress performance. Suggestions and feedback will be welcome after the show.”

Please join us for this special event. Music and drinks will be provided before and after the show.

11th August 2014

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Hey Gravelmouth friends, don’t forget to follow us on facebook! You can stay updated with artist news, or visit our albums section for more pictures and videos of all the events! its fast, easy and great way to stay in the loop! Heres the link:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gravelmouth/202527443107065?ref=hl

Hey Gravelmouth friends, don’t forget to follow us on facebook! You can stay updated with artist news, or visit our albums section for more pictures and videos of all the events! its fast, easy and great way to stay in the loop! Heres the link:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gravelmouth/202527443107065?ref=hl

11th August 2014

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 We here at Gravelmouth are going to take it back a bit with this large scale work done artist Shek Vega and Nik Soupe during March of 2014 for Contemporary Art Month San Antonio on the San Antonio Current building, located on St Marys and Dallas st in downtown SA. 

 We here at Gravelmouth are going to take it back a bit with this large scale work done artist Shek Vega and Nik Soupe during March of 2014 for Contemporary Art Month San Antonio on the San Antonio Current building, located on St Marys and Dallas st in downtown SA. 

11th August 2014

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This July Artist Shek Vega stepped out from behind the Gravelmouth scenes and into the spotlight in a his first solo show in Gravelmouth, since the artist opened the doors in 2011. His bright vibrant color pallet and wild line movement distracts the viewer and makes light of subjects that otherwise carry dark personal undertones.

In this series of work, Artist Shek Vega revisits art pieces of his past, confronting them and learning to let go by boldly changing them for the better, or for the worse.

“As I go through my artwork from years past I noticed each one has a period of my life locked in them, weather it was a feeling of loneliness, anger, or depression, (some of the work had a noticeable negative sentiment during this period.) I remember everything I was feeling when I painted them, When I look at them now I can still feel all of the hurt that was inside of them, by changing it, I am forced to confront those emotions and rework them for the better, physically changing the painting, and mentally changing my way of viewing the work. I am willing to let go by making the bold move to change them permanently, recognizing that nothing last forever, not the pieces, nor the moments locked in them.”

-Shek

11th August 2014

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Gravelmouth Gallery is celebrating its first exhibition of the year with the renowned Dallas collective, The Sour Grapes Crew! This is the group’s first showcase in San Antonio, and is the return of New American Paintings’ Artist of the Year, Carlos Donjuan, to Gravelmouth. This high voltage survey of over thirty of the Crew’s 2D and 3D works is a colorful dialogue surrounding the definitions and creations of identity. Each member’s distinct strengths come together in a unique and cohesive display of creatures and shapes that simultaneously showcases each individual’s style. This exhibition features the works of SG artists:

 

Eddie Castro

Emigdio Tomas

Carlos Donjuan

Emily Donjuan

Miguel Donjuan

Isaias Torres

 

The Sour Grapes Crew has been making major moves across Texas and abroad. Artworks created by this Oak Cliff-based group have been showcased at Scope Miami, Dallas Contemporary, and Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea in Milan to just name a few. Their artwork has graced the pages of publications such as Juxtapoz Magazine, Hi-Fructose Magazine, and New American Paintings, and their extensive and often community-based mural work can be seen throughout Texas.

 

11th August 2014

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Gravelmouth kicked off our 2014 year with Shoot Yourself, an interactive event that allows the viewer to become part of the artwork and shoot the ultimate selfie, in a world where looking good in front of an anonymous audience never meant so much. Artist Louie Chavez, Angela Fox, Sixto-Juan Zavala, Nik Soupe, and Shek Vega create large scale works for a night of fashion, photos, music and fun.

9th December 2013

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Gravelmouth Gallery invites you to the opening reception of PRINT PROVOCATEUR, works from the Serie Project, on Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 7-10pm. with music by Sweedish Erotica and cold libations provided by Pabst Blue Ribbon.**********************************************************In the 1960s and 1970s, the art of serigraphy, or screen printing as it is more commonly known, played a vital role in the Chicano art movement, and continues to reflect the Mexican American and Latino experience in the United States. Because this art form can be created in multiples, serigraphy has the ability to reach massive audiences and is therefore capable of promoting revolutionary thoughts and movements. Artists have and continue to use this power of multiples to communicate ideas that are often-time seen as radical.PRINT PROVOCATEUR is a selection of works from the Serie Project that highlights some of these radical ideas. With a mission to promote cultural diversity and a goal to achieve social change, the Serie Project offers an opportunity to view works that deal with issues of identity, immigration, violence and sexuality, and how these have shaped individuals and their personal human experience. This exhibit features works by:Miguel AragonRuth BuentelloAdriana CorralCarlos DonjuanJoey FauersoNahum FloresScherezade GarciaManuel GuerraJohn HernandezBenito HuertaAlma LopezOscar MagallanesPaloma MayorgaMichael MenchacaStephanie MercadoRosemary MesaJuan MoraRobbie OrtizPoly PerezOsvaldo Ramirez CastilloMatthew Rodriguezand Ernesto YerenaPRINT PROVOCATEUR runs through January 11, 2013.












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1906 S. Flores, San Antonio, Texas 78204

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  • Gravelmouth Gallery invites you to the opening reception of PRINT PROVOCATEUR, works from the Serie Project, on Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 7-10pm. with music by Sweedish Erotica and cold libations provided by Pabst Blue Ribbon.

    **********************************************************
    In the 1960s and 1970s, the art of serigraphy, or screen printing as it is more commonly known, played a vital role in the Chicano art movement, and continues to reflect the Mexican American and Latino experience in the United States. Because this art form can be created in multiples, serigraphy has the ability to reach massive audiences and is therefore capable of promoting revolutionary thoughts and movements. Artists have and continue to use this power of multiples to communicate ideas that are often-time seen as radical.

    PRINT PROVOCATEUR is a selection of works from the Serie Project that highlights some of these radical ideas. With a mission to promote cultural diversity and a goal to achieve social change, the Serie Project offers an opportunity to view works that deal with issues of identity, immigration, violence and sexuality, and how these have shaped individuals and their personal human experience. 

    This exhibit features works by:
    Miguel Aragon
    Ruth Buentello
    Adriana Corral
    Carlos Donjuan
    Joey Fauerso
    Nahum Flores
    Scherezade Garcia
    Manuel Guerra
    John Hernandez
    Benito Huerta
    Alma Lopez
    Oscar Magallanes
    Paloma Mayorga
    Michael Menchaca
    Stephanie Mercado
    Rosemary Mesa
    Juan Mora
    Robbie Ortiz
    Poly Perez
    Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo
    Matthew Rodriguez
    and Ernesto Yerena

    PRINT PROVOCATEUR runs through January 11, 2013.
1906 S. FloresSan Antonio, Texas 78204