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San Antonio's airport is home to a series of murals that are aimed at local travelers. There are five different designs inside the long-term parking facility.
A project to add six different murals to the outside of a downtown church is moving forward.
Local artist Todd Robinson uses his talents to paint holiday cheer across storefront windows.
A local artist reflects on his more than 40 years as a painter and muralist.
Centro San Antonio launched a campaign earlier this year to flood the downtown area with artwork, including 21 new murals by the end of 2021.
A military veteran has become a muralist. He began painting as a way to deal with struggles after leaving the army.
Travis Park Church is celebrating its 175th anniversary with a mural project.
A husband and wife team is working to make a different kind of marriage work – the union between living spaces and art work.
A local artist and a business owner teamed up to honor a woman who was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver.
You may have seen his work or even his name on walls across San Antonio. Now learn more about muralist Mike "Comp" Arguello.
The Mexican Cultural Institute recently re-unveiled a mural that had been covered up for more than a decade.
A new gallery features the work of African American artists, possibly the first public space like this in San Antonio.
We have crafted our own Top 10 list of favorite murals for photo ops.
A site east of downtown that originally was slated for development instead has become a mecca for muralists and art lovers.
Local artist Paola "Dane" Sanchez is one of a growing number of female muralists.
A local artist is painting windows, with her heart set on painting murals on walls.
A local organization has been instrumental into turning San Antonio into a mural city. San Anto Cultural Arts has had a hand in 60 murals across the city.
A 3D mural holds a special meaning for people in the Five Points neighborhood.
A local musician is forever remembered through the mural that bears his likeness.
A local muralist has come a long way since his humble and, sometimes, troubled beginning. Colton Valentine's work has gone viral on social media.
A mural downtown, called "Living In My Skin," tells the stories of 33 African American men and what their experiences have been in San Antonio.
A West Side mural gives comfort to the mother of the man featured in it. Gabriel "Blue" Riojas was shot dead in 2015.