Rebranding Austin Corner Vet

As Corner Vet expanded in Austin, a dark cloud named Corner Vet in Houston also grew – as another business, with another owner and another way of providing care.  In order to remain true to our ethos, we decided to re-name and evolve from Corner Vet to not be associated with the other Texas clinics.

As concepts developed, Paz (meaning ‘peace’) became a much better fit for this practice.

Since emanating peaceful vibes is what this practice aims to share with both animal and human clientele, we adopted St. Francis as our patron Saint and symbol and coined ‘Peace to All’ as our new tagline.

Look for the new Paz signs on Cesar Chavez and South 1st in Austin, and take a moment to check out the incredible interiors as well. There is a beautiful painting by Mississippi artist Ginger Williams-Cook in the new S. 1st lobby, and there are are fine art prints throughout the building.

 

 

Erika Wennerstrom Sweet Unknown Screenprinted Tour Poster

Sweet Unknown

Erika Wennerstrom came by the studio in November and selected a piece of art as an inspiration for her solo tour poster.  The tour, Sweet Unknown, begins in December 2016 and will continue through early 2018.

The piece this poster was derived from can be viewed in Sarah Presson’s fine art portfolio, sarahpresson.com. It was part of a diptych titled ‘The Desert in Bloom’.

Screenprinting by Nakatomi Inc

Among the Wildflowers

Among the Wildflowers

 

Commissioned for Bob and Michaela Hachtel – this 6ft. piece was started in March of this year and began as a watercolor and ink wash. It slowly evolved into a mixed media piece. As I looked for clarity in foreground plants, I moved from detailed ink drawing to collage then added pressed grasses and leaves.

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