Kinected's winter 2024 art exhibit theme is Compassion. Come enjoy works of art inspiring compassion from dozens of San Antonio artists who will be present to meet in person. Admission is free, and food from food truck vendors will be available with live music. Event begins Jan. 18th, at 5 p.m.
Profits from art sales will benefit a local nonprofit.
Elaine Bornemeier, originally hailing from Nebraska, found her artistic calling at a young age, and her passion for art has remained a constant throughout her life.
For Elaine, the process of creating art has always provided a profound sense of solace and tranquility. Upon relocating to Texas, this state's unique charm and energy rekindled her creative spirit, propelling her to embark on a fresh artistic journey. Her rediscovery of art became a heartfelt endeavor to reconnect with her true self.
Today, Elaine proudly serves as the Art Curator at Kinected Coworking, where she has the privilege of collaborating with fellow artists and sharing their exceptional creations with the public. For her, this role transcends mere employment; it's a labor of love. As she eloquently puts it, "It is the utmost honor when the artist is pleased with the display!"
Elaine's artwork predominantly revolves around portraying women from diverse backgrounds and environments.
She articulates her artistic vision by noting,
"All women in this world to me are sisters, strong, independent, resilient and loving. The sisters’ eyes are closed because you are seeing what they are thinking and feeling at that moment in the painting."
We warmly invite you to visit our space and immerse yourself in the beauty of the artwork on display!
Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, local award-winning artist Greg Drew has always had a great appreciation and love for art. While his appreciation extends to all forms of art, his greatest appreciation is that of visual arts.
Greg studied commercial art at Southwest Texas State University where he received his bachelor’s degree in 1979. His talent for fine art is mostly self-taught. He enjoys painting a variety of subjects including portraits, landscapes, seascapes, animals, an occasional abstract and more in both watercolor and acrylic.
He is a past board member of The Coppini Academy of Fine Arts.
IIna Colemere is an intuitive art maker. Her moment of inspiration occurs with my first touch of the canvas. Her artwork is dusted with her DNA as her hands work to capture the spiritual conversation between the spirit of the canvas, her inner self, and her creative process.
When she applies the first layer of medium with her hands and fingers, she allows the surface to guide her in creating ridged depressions with random unstructured shapes. These textured elements provide supporting layered channels for the intense, vibrant colors she uses to capture the story the canvas has to tell. These are orphaned embellishments until she adopts them as critical to the composition, as they provide a creative current for the visual articulation of her art.
Ilna’s work carries her physical signature as well as her thumbprint, forever bonding her to her artwork. Because her work is responsive, her themes are driven by a combination of reflection, emotions and the sensory input of texture, color, line and shape. The constant need to fulfill the unconditional spiritual contract between the canvas and herSelf, takes on a life of its own - tethering the muse of the canvas to her creative energy
Art For Sale
Come by the Kinected office and view over 250 works of art from 50+ local artists which are displayed around the campus to beautify our space. Not only does experiencing our Kinected workspace give you an art gallery feel, but you can even take home your favorite piece as most of the artwork being displayed is for sale!
Come visit us at the Kinected office or contact our curator, Elaine Bornemeier, at email@example.com for more information about out artwork.
You can also use the contact form to schedule a tour below.