There truly is some top talent in Southwest Houston. As noted in the piece from UH, a Sharpstown International teacher has an exhibit at the Blaffer Art Museum through the end of the month. Congrats!
The Blaffer Art Museum has debuted the second installment of its exhibition series, “Window into Houston,” featuring artist Patrick Renner and high school students enrolled in Blaffer’s Young Artist Apprenticeship Program.Renner, a native Houstonian and teacher at Sharpstown International Grades 6-12 School, leads the Blaffer Museum’s Summer Arts Program.“Window into Houston” is open every day from 5:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. at 110 Milam St. and will run through Sept. 28.
UPDATE: I didn’t catch the connection but Patrick is also the teacher that lead students to win the Mayor’s Cup a (and $2000) at the 2011 Art Car Parade. Their winning entry was titled “Losing the Mammoth”. My man R. Flores there on the left. Great group of young people.