Since leaving K Space studios in 2001, Cynthia Alvarez has lived in several cities all over Texas and decided Corpus Christi was the place to return to in 2013. She took part in a figure drawing show with K Space in 2014, participated as a vendor in several Dia De Los...
Amanda Shepherd is the illustrator of five books - Rules of the Wild, Who Loves Me, Fiona Loves the Night, Such a Silly Baby and Mouse House Tales. She has been recognized nationally for children’s book art and is a frequent contributor to Carus magazines. Originally...
After 12 years, Jenna Muscarella is now living back in her hometown in Southern Illinois, bordering the St. Louis area. She operates her painting studio, teaches public school K-7 art, and serves as the Education Coordinator for a local art gallery. While heavily...
Elena Rodz is Curator of Exhibitions at Rockport Center for the Arts in Rockport, TX. She maintains an active studio practice.
2020 marks the start of Alex upstairs in the studios. Whenever she is not covered in clay, Alex is the Curatorial Assistant at the Art Museum of South Texas and has been there for a little over a year and a half.
Payton Koranek is a current member of the K Space Art Studios. She is now an MFA candidate at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and is expected to graduate in the Spring of 2022.
Clay is still an artist at K Space Art Studios. He works at the Art Museum of South Texas as the Membership and Visitor Services Coordinator.
Jimmy Peña became a member of the K Space Art Studios In 1998 . He is presently one of three co-managers that maintain the studios.
Audrey has retired from her career as an Art Teacher and Assistant Principal and now enjoys her time doing as she pleases! She enjoys running and yoga, happy hour, and spending time with her husband Wayne, her dog Lucy, many wonderful friends and family.
Gerald currently co-manages the K Space Art Studios along with Jimmy Pena and Day Wheeler. He is also a member of K Space Contemporary’s exhibition committee. Gerald works as the Preparator for the Art Museum of South Texas.