San Antonio is full of little touches of art. Here are a few examples I saw as we wandered around the River Walk and the Alamo area.
The first two were New Deal-era projects. The artist, Ethel Wilson Harris, was supervisor of the Arts and Crafts division of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in San Antonio in 1939. These mosaics were completed in 1941.
More tiles decorated the trolley station columns at East Commerce street near Alamo Plaza. There are a total of 44 tiles by artist Ann Adams, completed in 2000.
Another mosaic was tucked away in a little alcove on the River Walk. I haven’t been able to find the name of the artist.
There are a lot more of these, if you’re ever in San Antonio and want to explore. Here are a couple of links to further info:
List of Public Artworks in San Antonio
New Deal-era San Antonio Tile Artwork
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Thanks for sharing the beauty of the mosaics. A nice slice of history.
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