Tuesday, March 29, 2011


Saturday-Sunday, April 2-3, 2011

10 am to 6 pm

SAHA Park (near downtown's King William District)

818 South Flores St. near S. Main & Sheridan St.

San Antonio, Texas

Free Parking , Food, & Lots of Shade

Entrance Fee: $3.00 (Children 12 & under free)

Look for me in Booth #125. Displays of my recent original paintings, matted prints, and art cards will be available for viewing or purchasing at my white tent.

Please come out and support this valuable Fund Raiser and our Local SA Artists.


See you at the show!


Cindy Morawski




Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Coastline of Ireland
Photography of Ireland
by Cindy Morawski


Sending you good wishes!

Paul and Cindy

Memories of Ireland

Shades of Ireland
Photography of Ireland by Cindy Morawski
SAVA Art Show and Opening
at The Foundry Coffee House
2720 McCullough @Huisache
San Antonio, TX 78212
March 17, 2011
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Live Music, Refreshments, and Conversation
A great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and support San Antonio's local artists!
Hope you can join me!

Cindy Morawski
Morawski Fine Art

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Spring Revival~New Landscape Painting and Narrative

Hill Country Revival

Spring Landscape of Texas

Spring's Revival
by Cindy Morawski
One of the first signs of spring for me in San Antonio is the subtle purplish-mauve color of the red-bud tree's blossoms. They peek out from the bare branches of our suburb's landscape signaling more good things to come. While taking a stroll around our neighborhood yesterday, I also noticed that the Bradford pear trees had come to life with their white, lacy blooms. Meanwhile, buzzing bees are back, and stretches of grass surround shrubs that haven't lost their leaves in the winter. They all seem to appear a brighter shade of green. Spring is in the air!
In honor of spring, I painted the above landscape Hill Country Revival, a Texas Landscape that depicts the land's recovery from winter. Wildflowers such as bluebonnets and prairie primrose dot the scene, while a rugged wagon lane leads you to a traditional Texas live oak tree and then further along into the country. A bright blue sky with soft puffy clouds announces new life as well. My plein air framed painting measures 11x14. It's now available as an original or print for purchase. Please check-out my website's gallery for more details. www.cindymorawski.com
If you're looking for a spring break outing next week, consider killing two birds with one stone, so-to-speak. The Bright Shawl Art Gallery and Lunch Tea Room is a great destination. Located at 819 Augusta in San Antonio, it is easy to access because it's just a few blocks off I-35 North. The Texas Pastel Society's Art Exhibit, featuring three of my landscapes, is currently showing at the Bright Shawl and will be running through May 6th. The gallery is open daily from 9 to 4. Lunch at the tea room and gallery exhibit is open weekdays, except for Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Chef John, a Culinary Institute of New York graduate, prepares delicious and affordable menus and buffets throughout the week. Paul and I sampled the buffet on March 1st and thought it was fantastic. We'd definitely recommend it! The tea room is filled with the natural light of a beautiful courtyard that is adjacent to the building. The Bright Shawl, a charming limestone cottage, was originally known as the King home, and it is now a Texas landmark. Its spacious facility accomodates groups for all types of receptions and banquets with catering and party planning also available. It's one of San Antonio's best-kept secrets in my opinion!
Morawski Fine Art
Mockingbird Studio and Gallery
8603 Waldon Hts.
San Antonio, TX 78254