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Local Austin Artists | Famous Texas Artists
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Local Austin Artists | Famous Texas Artists

Contemporary Texas Artists

Jason Eatherly

A local street artist, that has murals all around Austin. He is most famous for his queen Eli composition. Jason explains: “I use this image as a symbol for what I do and a form of repetition to keep my fan base able to relate back to the same artist and I do so by means of stickers, wheat pastes, paint rollers, and spray paint.”

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Beth Consetta Rubel

A visual artist based in Austin, Texas. Beth's work focuses on the themes of race, gender, sexuality, and pop culture. She uses a mix of colored pencil, chalk pastel, acrylic, gouache, and uses a brown paper bag as a medium. Beth's subject matters relativistic to cultural identity, bringing awareness to historical concepts and events that society often chooses to neglect.

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Katy Horan

Is an illustrator and fine artist with a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work examines female roles and representation found throughout history and mythology. katy explains how she creates her art "I pull visual inspiration and ideas from a wide variety of sources including film, literature, folk art and music. I then rearrange these fragments of imagery and information to construct new variations of recurring figures and re-imagine familiar narratives."

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Graham Franciose

Was trained in photorealism in a variety of mediums. Graham explains his work by saying "A lot of my work deals with the quiet moments in a story, between the excitement and action where characters deal with internal conflicts, doubt, loneliness, wonder, apprehension. My work often comes across as sad and melancholy, but there is always a sense of hope that I am trying to portray. I try to keep the meaning and scenario of my work open-ended so each viewer can interpret the narrative in their own way. There is a story in there, but it's up to you to decide what it is."

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