Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Artist collaborative The Lullwood Group on exhibit at Ben Bailey Art Gallery

Ben Bailey Art Gallery - 11/23/13 - 11/23/13

Contact: Julie Navejar
julie.navejar@tamuk.edu or 361-593-2590

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Artists from the collaborative, The Lullwood Group, have an exhibit of their work currently on display at the Ben Bailey Art Gallery at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The exhibit will be at the gallery through Friday, Nov. 22, with the closing reception at 6 p.m. that day in the gallery.

The Lullwood Group is an artist collaborative which encourages audience participation, fosters exploration and promotes art discovery in many forms. The group curates exhibitions at 107 Gallery in San Antonio’s Lone Star Arts District.

Texas A&M-Kingsville alumnus Esteban Delgado is a member of the collaborative and will have work on display.

The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 361-593-3401. 

About the members of The Lullwood Group

Esteban Delgado was raised in a small farming community in South Texas. He received his bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Texas A&M-Kingsville and his master’s in fine arts from University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). He lives in San Antonio and teaches painting and drawing at St. Philip’s College.

Emily R. Barker is a native of San Antonio.  She has a bachelor’s degree in moving image arts from the College of Santa Fe and will begin her master’s in elementary education at Trinity University. She is an educator with SMART and has taught animation at The Circle School.

Chris Castillo is a fine art photographer in San Antonio. He earned a bachelor’s degree in art from UTSA. He has interned for Adriana Lara and the artist collective Perros Negros in Mexico City, Unit B and Artpace in San Antonio. He currently works at Artpace.

Joseph Duarte received his bachelor’s degree in new media from UTSA. Prior to obtaining his degree, he traveled to Europe, Japan and Egypt while serving eight years in the United States Marine Corp. He began studying art after being wounded in the line of duty in Iraq. He currently lives and works in San Antonio.

Joe Harjo was raised in Oklahoma City and earned his bachelor’s degree in fine arts from University of Central Oklahoma and his master’s degree from UTSA. He currently teaches photography at UTSA.

Julie Ledet received her bachelor’s degree from Nicholls State University and her master’s degree from UTSA.  She is an instructor of photography and new media and is a gallery assistant in San Antonio.

Clay McClure grew up in Ovilla, a filming location for the television show Walker Texas Ranger. He received two bachelor’s degrees in graphic design and studio art from Texas State University-San Marcos and a master’s degree in sculpture from UTSA. He teaches studio art and graphic design classes.

Willie Sanchez earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fine arts from UTSA. His work has been exhibited at galleries throughout Texas. He lives in San Antonio.

Connie Swann received her bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the University of Texas at Austin and her master’s degree from UTSA. She lives and works in San Antonio and her work has been shown all over the state.


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