"Back in the saddle again"! Ist time in over a year. From Gus Wortham to UofH and back. Exhilarating!
Happy New Year to all!
"Portrait of Henry G. Sanchez", by Earl Staley, 2018
Here we are! Me as guest presenter with Brandon Zach from GLASSTIRE. Our Top 5 of the week.
Thank you Rainey, Brandon and Christina! @glasstire
Preparing with writer Brandon Zach of GLASSTIRE for the "Top 5" picks for the week. Very honored to be asked to be a guest presenter. Stay tuned! @glasstire @englishkillsproject @raineyknudson
From the Blade of Grass gala, Night of Alchemy, honoring Rashida Bombray, David Rockefeller and Houston's Mel Chin. With Mary Mattingly, Lee Skolnick, Jo Ann Secor, Elizabeth Skolnick and others. Thanks Liz and Lee! @swaleny @englishkillsproject @abladeofgrassnyc
Only in Houston can you go to a zine fest and a wrestling match breaks out!
Don't forget tonight's 7:30pm screening of my videos: UNDERWATERSCAPES @ Microscope Gallery, 1329 Willouby, 1.5 blocks from L train Jefferson stop. @microscope_gallery @englishkillsproject
"The Egret has landed." In English Kills (Newtown Creek, Brooklyn).
And outside the polling station, long lines to have you picture taken with this guy! #beto #betofortexas #betoorourke
First day of early voting in Houston. "Go and take it!"
Gus Wortham golf course, oldest in the state of Texas. Shared with aquatic, avian and mammalian life (coyotes). Also with an alternative view of our family house across the street!
Nopalitos. Gonna try this.
Introducing our new arts advocacy organization, Houston Alliance for Latinx Arts and presentation of September 14th as Hispanic Arts Day at City Hall.
Target practice. #heretostay #htownishome
Some random heads from around Texas.
Retirement party for Judge Armando V. Rodriguez, longest serving elected official in Houston/Harris County. In attendance, Congressman Al Green.
For some reason my phone created this.
Just some random shoots of art from Houston and Dallas.
Amazing home concert hosted by my sister and brother in-law in Dallas: Wes Collins and Andrew Delaney. House concerts are a thing outside of Houston. Plus Andrew is now the proud owner of early Henry G. Sanchez from my wrestler series.