Artist in the Art Walk

Victoria Juarez

Hello, my name is Victoria, currently living in Victoria, Tx. I’m light on my feet and swift with my words; and losing, well, it’s not in my vocabulary. Now, on to my passion and experience with art. Ever since I was a little girl, art has always been a passion. Like a lot of things in life, I was prepared to leave it as a passion, up until about 2015, when digital art and graphic design sparked my interests.
 It all started in my mothers small boutique in small town Texas, when she asked me to work on vector images for some T-shirts to sell at an art show. Early morning turned to evening I learned whatever i could to manipulate and hand draw photos for different designs. I worked with line art and color schemes/palettes and grew a love for different graphics. Then through now, my passion grew to a level younger me would’ve never imagined. I began doing digital art during all of my free time. The end all be all hope is to make my own web comic series one day, and make my passion a career.

Felicia Garza

my name is Felicia garza, I’ve never really considered myself an artist but I’ve always been very crafty and creative! I’m not the best person at drawing but I recently got into painting and I’ve enjoyed it a lot! I like putting my own touch on things from old to something I create myself. I don’t necessarily have a style of my own down just yet I pretty much just go with the vibe I feel at the time and see where it takes me!

Mom Magic Candles

Jill Blucher is not a regular mom – she’s a witchy mom! Mom Magic candles are hand made with lots of love (also known as LOL) to help you live your best life.

Quilt Guild of greater victoria

Quilt Guild of Greater Victoria was formed in 1983  to promote the art of quilting. There are around 75 members and they meet the fourth Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. at the Art League Building on S. Bridge. After a social time they have programs on different aspects of quilting given by visiting artists and members of the guild. They have an annual quilt show with over 85 quilts on display and over 20 vendors. This year the show will be September 23 and 24 at Holy Family Catholic Church. The Donation Quilt will be featured at the Art Walk that was made by Pat Johnson, Kathy Sheeran and Marcia Neely and Quilted by Lisa Stacy and Kathy Sheeran. Tickets will be on sale for $1.00 each . The public is invited to all meetings.

Stephanie Carbajal Gobar

Stephanie was born and raised in Victoria. A wife and mother to five children. This fiber artist has picked up to the craft and art with an enthusiastic passion. Creating pieces to adorn your walls, chic up your babies nursery, and accessories to wear. She treats each piece she creates with the same love and thought she gives her family. She commissions personalized requests in a wide variety of styles and colors to suit whatever look her client desires. Delivering hand-crafted quality at affordable prices is her hearts desire. You can find out more by visiting her Facebook page GoBoHobystephanie.

Robert Pedersen

I’m an artist with a camera… a high end photographer specializing in body movement in form. I employ a lighting style that many find unique and intriguing.

While I’ve been using a camera for decades, my foray into photography the human form began just a few years ago. This journey has led me into a deep appreciation of the body – my own as well as those who model for me.

The human body is really the original art. God’s art one might say.

To celebrate and capture that form in exquisite beauty is my passion.

K. Nguyen

K. Nguyen is an artist that, although versed in other media, finds her home in words. Her works are inspired by the extraordinary in the mundane, the voices in the quietness of the mind, and the many aspects of the world. Through poetry and prose, K. Nguyen paints images that are ever changing with each reader.

When she is not writing and creating for an upcoming collection, K. Nguyen spends her time gardening, homemaking, reading, and keeping up with her blogs. She resides with her husband and various pets in South Texas.

Eddie Garcia

Eddie Garcia, been an artist my whole life, mainly pencils and prisma color, pushing my limits and attention to detail is my passion. Have always enjoyed making art, still finding my direction on making it a career

Johnny Vera

Johnny Vera enjoys various forms of art on his spare time such as performing in the theatre, comic book drawing and digital coloring, and photography.  In his Smoke Art Photography, Johnny takes photos of smoke trails from the tips of an incense stick then he goes into Photoshop where he flips them, rotates them, mirrors them, and tries to see what patterns, forms, or shapes that they are taking.  Finally, he adds a splash of color to them for his final product.

Candy Hahn

Candy Hahn is a mosaic artist, based in Port Lavaca, Texas, who began creating mixed-media mosaic artwork in 2009. Candy explains her work, “Mosaics and mixed-media mosaics are my niche. I love taking things we see as broken, such as shards of glass and tile along with found or discarded items, and bringing them to life in beautiful new forms. We do the same thing in our lives, and mosaics are the perfect medium for us to visualize the beauty that can come from imperfection.” Candy specializes in using photographs as a model to translate images into custom mosaic projects.

Candy’s artwork was recently highlighted in a Mosaic Art blog titled, “Composition and Correcting the Model,” by Joe Moormon, artist.
Three of Candy’s pieces are currently on display at The Hive By Bee Cave Arts Foundation in Austin, Tx.

Composition and Correcting the Model

A blog containing photographs of Candy’s work can be found at, and her creations are available in her Etsy shop, SmidgenAndShard.

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