Welcoming our beautiful boutiques, restaurants, museums, theaters and other San Antonio fixtures who have taken the time to contribute and support The Courrier international mail art project.
Mexico In Your Home
Owner Veronica Lara
As quoted from their website:
"Mexico in your home brings to you the best patterns and designs from the Mexican culture. Every item is well thought out to make your daily life colorful and fun.
Our products are made in Jalisco, Mexico. We help and support the creators and hand crafters of our products."
Located on The San Antonio Riverwalk
Located on the San Antonio Riverwalk, El Tropicano is one of our city's most eclectic and culturally colorful destinations. Full of obscure South American masks and memorabilia from the original owners' travels, it's a must-stay!
The Historic Pearl
Located at Pearl Parkway, Downtown
The Historic Pearl is not only one of our favorite places in SA; it's one of our favorite places in the world. It carries alot of meaning for our family since it's where we spend most of our outdoor time.
We have included some gorgeous family photos taken there by Simpy Sefra Photography and some landscape photos we took ourselves to share what a beautiful and magical place it is.
San Antonio based business
Delicious handcrafted candles; wonderful maker submission to The Courrier by (believe it or not) my neighbor! Our personal favorites are Cheat Day (a creme brûlée) and I’m in With the Cocoa.
A lot of amazing local businesses located in Alamo Heights and we are happy to showcase her delectable fragrances.
Welcoming our local San Antonio artists, performers and writers who have taken the time to contribute and support The Courrier international mail art project.
All of our artists' credits and locations are given in individual captions.
Post Card Art
San Antonio, Texas
Fine Art Linen Paper post cards
photographer Claudia Peña-Martinez
San Antonio, Texas
Claudia is a dear friend and innovative artist and art teacher.
We are excited to house her precious and candid contributions. She is expert in exemplifying that even the common can become archival, causing the viewer to rethink what can be considered art.
Claudia is in part responsible for me learning to properly document and catalog my own works which I previously never would have found to be note worthy, like my Studies in Blaque photojournalism series.
Thank you, C, for your contribution and your technical influence.
SaN Antonio Artists
The Locals art gallery showcases artwork made and submitted by individuals residing in San Antonio, TX - America.