My paintings reflect my life in San Antonio and the Hill Country. I look for patterns that capture the beauty of light and life.
Virginia Nemir Lukefahr’s paintings reflect her life in San Antonio and South Texas. She looks for patterns that capture the beauty of light and life. After receiving her BFA from Ohio Wesleyan University, Lukefahr studied at Boston University School of Fine Arts. She has an art education degree from Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi and taught art for nine years. She is a member of The Coppini Academy of Fine Art in San Antonio, the San Antonio Art League and Museum and a docent in spinning and weaving at The Institute of Texan Cultures at the University of Texas in San Antonio.
Lukefahr’s work has been exhibited at the Galveston Art League, The Art Alliance in Clear Lake, in a solo show at Brook Hollow Library and GAGA Exhibitions: Schreiner University in Kerrville, High Wire Gallery in San Antonio, Coastal Bend College in Beeville, The Nave Museum in Victoria, The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for The Arts in Lubbock, The Guadalupe Cultural Center in San Antonio.