PCA Gallery : Still Life

Online Artwork Exhibition

Works by Ana Fernandez

Curator: Instructor Diana Kersey
Comments? Email: dkersey@alamo.edu

Title: Still Life by Ana Fernandez

Artwork from the display titled, Still Life

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Exhibit 1
Exhibit 1

“Thank You For Your Business”, oil on panel, 72 x 48 in

Exhibit 2
Exhibit 2

“7Up and Doritos”, gouache on paper, 12 x 9 in

Exhibit 3
Exhibit 3

“Claudias”, gouache on paper, 1 x 9 in

Exhibit 4
Exhibit 4

“Pink House” mresco & mixed Media, 24 x 17

Exhibit 5
Exhibit 5

“Brakes”, gouache on paper, 18 x 24 in

Exhibit 6
Exhibit 6

“House w/ Trees”, oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in

Exhibit 7
Exhibit 7

“GMC”, gouache on paper, 12 x 9 in


Exhibit 8
Exhibit 8

“Kwik Mart”, watercolor & gouache on paper, 96 x 48 in

Exhibit 9
Exhibit 9

“Handy Stop”, oil on panel, 72 x 48 in

Exhibit 10
Exhibit 10

“Los Valles”, oil on panel, 72 x 48 in

Exhibit 11
Exhibit 11

“Car Lot”, fresco on foam, 8 x 4.5

Exhibit 12
Exhibit 12

“Rosas”, oil on panel, 72 x 48 in

Exhibit 13
Exhibit 13

“Claudia’s Bridal”, oil on panel, 48 x 24 in

Exhibit 14
Exhibit 14

“Tattoos & Piercings”, gouache on paper, 18 x 24 in

Exhibit 15
Exhibit 15

“Happy Birthday”, oil on panel, 66 x 54 in

Exhibit 16
Exhibit 16

“Happy Easter”, gouache on paper, 12 x 9 in

Exhibit 17
Exhibit 17

“Intersection”, water-soluble graphite, 12 x 9 in

Exhibit 18
Exhibit 18

“La Gardenia”, gouache on paper, 12 x 9 in

Exhibit 19
Exhibit 19

“Little Betty”, gouache on paper, 12 x 9 in

Exhibit 20
Exhibit 20

“Raspa Kids”, oil on canvas, 36 x 24 in

About Ana Fernandez:

Ana Fernandez is a San Antonio-based painter who creates enigmatic street scenes exploring the diverse landscapes of Latino communities of South Texas. Fernandez holds an MFA from UCLA and is the current 2020 recipient of the Blackwell Prize in Painting. Her work is included in many permanent collections including the City of San Antonio, San Antonio Museum of Art, Brownsville Museum of Art and the Linda Pace Foundation. Most recent exhibitions include the Art Museum of South Texas, Artpace, Ruby City and the McNay Art Museum.

Fernandez has also received acclaim with her food truck, the Institute of Chili. The enterprise began as a historical project exploring the cuisine and entrepreneurship of Mexican American women during the turn of the century. This work has been included in several scholarly publications, books and television programs, which cite it’s cultural and historical significance.