Current Art Exhibits in San Marcos, TX

The Price Center

Mind Windows: the Art of Roberto Rios
Through Feb. 25

The Price Center & Garden joins five other San Marcos art galleries to present this retrospective show on Roberto Rios. Mind Windows celebrates more than 50 years of work by this important artist credited with co-founding the Chicano Art Movement. More information about the exhibit and participating galleries are posted here.

Begin Again
Through Feb. 25

Enjoy this beautiful new 75-piece art show featuring the colorful and imaginative works of 72 area artists -- 12 of whom are first time exhibitors at the Price Center. A wide range of subjects, media, and traditional and alternative creative techniques were employed to explore the idea of new beginnings.

Begin Again hangs now through Feb. 25 throughout the Center's first-floor gallery venues. 

Many of the works at the Price Center are for sale and a portion of those proceeds support their ongoing arts efforts. Exhibits are funded in part by the San Marcos Arts Commission.

Tiny Garden Gallery
Ongoing beginning in December

The Price Center’s outdoor permanent art gallery is expanding with the addition of a new Tiny Garden Gallery (TGG) being installed just inside the main archway entrance of the front Garden. This new gallery space will feature tiny art submitted from the San Marcos community.

San Marcos Art Center

Upcoming Exhibitions
Through the month of January

Upcoming exhibitions can be found online at https://www.sanmarcosartcenter.com/upcoming-exhibitions 

The Walkers' Gallery

Everything is Connected: Celebrating our Unique Cultural Identities Through the Universal Language of Art
Through Feb. 24, 2023

This exhibit celebrates artists from non-US origins who currently live in the US, artists who identify with more than one “home” culture, and artists who--from ancestry or innate attraction--feel deep connections to countries or cultures outside the US mainstream to share some expression of their connections with these cultures.

The Walkers' Gallery is also hosting several pieces by Roberto Rios as part of a citywide exhibition of his work.

Wake the Dead Coffee House

The Art of Tabitha Dinegar 
January 1 - 31

The exhibit includes the beautiful batik work of Tabitha Dinegar. Art hangs in the Wake the Dead Study Room.

Furly Art 
January 1 - 31

Experience the surreal figures and still life paintings of Furly Art in the Wake the Dead Main Room.

The Wittliff Collections

Featured Rotating Current Exhibits

  • Cryin' for Daylight: Echoes from Texas Ranches
  • Daniel Ramos Photography: Tell Me Who You're With...  
  • Writer at Large: The Creative Journeys of William Broyle

For the full list of exhibits, visit The Wittliff Collections website.