Artist in the Art Walk

Jaxon Barnette

Jaxon Daniel Barnette is 8 years old and is a 2nd grader attending Nazareth Academy. He was born in San Antonio, and now resides in Victoria. He began to sketch images of his favorite character Godzilla 3 years ago. He loves to draw Godzilla and King Kong figures. He has a huge collection of both which have been his inspiration. Jaxon prefers to use black ink pens to illustrate his fight scenes of Godzilla vs King Kong. Jaxon draws current era Godzilla figures as well as the classics. He can give descriptions and draw all the characters from the films and other media sources which are detailed in his sketches.

Evie Valenzuela

I love pottery and clay, carving and engobe. Ceramics class is definitely my go to place to rid myself of everyday life stresses. I have made great friends through the VC CE ceramics class.

I love functional pottery. I love using my pieces I’ve made and I really love gifting pieces to others.

Dora Trejo Ramirez

Hello, my name is Dora Trejo-Ramirez and I am currently in 8th grade! I mostly draw video game characters. I like to use alcohol markers, paint, and colored pencils in my art. I am really excited to be in an Art Walk!

Terminally Hip

My name is Sarrah Beaver and I’m the owner of a small business called Terminally Hip. The name Terminally Hip comes from a phrase in Narcotics Anonymous, referring to the egotistical state of an addict’s mind, and a reminder to me that I’m way more hip as I am today than I was in active addiction. I am a mother of 4 who is on a journey of discovering her power, love for herself and what it means to care for and really see the unseen people in the community. I loves to read, sing in the car and watch my children grow into themselves with minds and eyes wide open.

Kamryn Miller

My name is Kamryn Miller. I am a 17 year old Junior at Victoria East High School. I’ve always loved art but I became passionate about it in 6th grade art class with the support of my amazing art teacher.  Since then, I’ve created several original characters, comic strips, paintings and I’m currently working on several projects involving clothing design. I love these art shows because of the opportunity I have to get my work out and to see all the other amazing artists we have in our community! Mediums I’ve used include water color, acrylic paints, colored pencils and charcoal. My mediums of choice are digital art and oil paints.

Ismael Lopez

Hello. I am Ismael Lopez. My artwork is based on surrealism and abstract idealogies. My most recent work is Abstract. I managed to create a few pieces using various media. I moved to Victoria withy wife to start anew. I am excited to share my work with my fellow artists and creators.

Carole Myers

Carole began her journey as an artist in Oklahoma over 70 years ago. She became known for her unique style and experimental watercolor techniques. Her style is abstract, using watercolor, mixed-media collage and acrylic on paper as well as acrylic and collage on canvas. Southwestern landscapes and Mexico were major sources of inspiration for her work and she travelled extensively, sketchbook or camera always close at hand.
Carole Myers, a signature member of the American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society was also active in the San Antonio Watercolor Group and Texas Watercolor Society. Her work is included in The Best of Watercolor, Creative Watercolor, Step by Step, The Creative Artist, Abstracts in Watercolor, Texas Watercolor Society: Fifty Years of Excellence, Watercolor Magic, and several others. She served a juror and critic for exhibitions and taught numerous art workshops in Rockport, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Kerrville and throughout the U.S. as well as in Mexico and Europe.
In 2021 the Nave Museum featured Carole’s work in “Journey”, a retrospective exhibit.
Carole Myers (1934-2017) is represented by her daughter, Lisa Haynes.

Michael Delgado

My name is Michael Delgado and I’m a 30 year old artist born and raised in Maryland, living in Houston. My passion for drawing started when I was a kid and spent some mornings in the living room drawing with my dad. We were usually drawing things like comic book heroes or stick figures climbing out of mountain-sized Hershey’s kisses. This pastime later turned into an important way to cope with life experiences that triggered intense emotions and became less of a hobby.

I work with graphite and charcoal. Even though I have tried to use other mediums, such as paint, I am most confident with a pencil in-hand.

I hope you find something in my work that resonates with you.

Brystol’s Beads

At only 11 years old, I am ecstatic to participate in my second Art Walk. Being a part of these events has taken me out of my comfort zone and provided the skills and experience to interact with customers. My art provides me with a therapeutic outlet to be my true self while reminding others to do the same! Since becoming an artist, I have been recognized at school for my abilities. That has led me to becoming the student council vice president and photographer for the yearbook committee. Thank you for investing in me!

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