Brianna Cervantez: In the world of art, where creative energy flows like a river, Brianna Cervantez stands as a guide, a facilitator of artistic journeys. With over a decade of teaching experience, she’s become a nurturing presence in the lives of her students, helping them find their unique paths in the expansive realm of creativity.
Artist in the Art Walk
Jordan Htoo stands as a promising young artist in the colorful world of art, where creativity knows no boundaries. As he continues to explore the diverse palette of colors, mediums, and subjects that art offers, we eagerly anticipate the next chapters in his artistic journey. Jordan’s story serves as a heartwarming reminder that art is not just a pastime but a boundless source of joy and wonder—a world where each stroke of the brush or manipulation of clay holds the promise of new creative adventures.
Greetings! I haven’t touched a brush in 20 years. A bit underwhelming, I’m sure.
Under all the grill grease and beer foam still thumps the heart of a painter. I’ll be cooking during the Artwalk, and I’ve got plenty of paintings to display, so I figured why not?
Please be aware… if you pull my string I might not shut up about all that artsy nonsense.
If you can make the walk I’ll have some masterpieces to witness down at Greek’s 205. Oh, and officially I have a BFA in painting from the University of Louisiana.
Nanette Kolu Berger is a retired registered nurse. She enjoys having more time now to play with grandchildren and dabble with art. Her favorite subjects are her grandchildren and chimpanzees. She paints mostly in pastel , watercolor and acrylic. This will be her 3rd time participating in the downtown art walk and is thrilled that there is an avenue to show her work and meet other art lovers.
Mackenzie, a young artist, began her creative journey at age 5, mentored by the talented Clair Santellana. Her passion for art runs deep, and she’s explored various mediums to display her artistic skills. Now, at 7 years old, Mackenzie is thrilled to enter the dynamic Victoria Art Scene. Her debut at the Art Walk promises to be a radiant display of her blooming talent.
Celeste Walker started making jewelry pieces while pursuing her degree from Texas A&M Kingsville. As inspiration led her, she has continued to create handmade pieces for the past 20 years. Growing up on a small farm in south Texas, life was simple. Celeste feels that the simplicity of her jewelry pieces depicts her rural upbringing.
Currently, Pearls & Ponies goods can be found in their Etsy shop, at Hatch + Nest in Goliad, TX, or at other pop ups across Texas. Celeste has a love for sharing Jesus, having fun & traveling, this business allows her to do just that. When not on the road, you can find Celeste at her home in Refugio Texas, creating goods or spending time with her husband Justin & their son Brazos.
My name is Corina Gomez, I’m a self taught artist from Victoria, Tx. I Specialize in color pencil but I also work with watercolor, pastels, charcoal, ink and acrylic. I enjoy drawing portraits or anything focused on realism, but I can draw anything and everything. I love trying out different art styles and creating mixed media pieces. My art is inspired by the things that I see and want to draw.