Brandon Zech in Conversation with Celia Eberle
Join Brandon Zech, Publisher of Glasstire, for a lively and insightful conversation with CWFA artist, Celia Eberle. With a cult-like following, Celia Eberle explores our relationship with the subconscious self, and in turn, with nature. She fearlessly employs a limitless number of mediums—from carving bone, to drawing in her own blood, to creating mechanical animatronics, and more.
Hosted by Cris Worley Fine Arts in partnership with Culture Place. Recorded on 07/25/2020.
Eberle has exhibited extensively throughout Texas as well as in Chicago, New York, and Oregon. She is the recent recipient of The Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation’s Individual Support Grant, the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, and the Nasher Sculpture Center Artist Microgrant. In 2014, Eberle’s mid-career retrospective, In the Garden of Ozymandias, debuted at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. Her work is in the collections of The Dallas Museum of Art, the J. Wayne Stark University Gallery at Texas A&M, the Longview Museum of Fine Arts, and the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. In 2019, her works were acquired by the San Antonio Museum of Art and the Art Museum of Southeast Texas.
Brandon Zech joined Glasstire, the online publication for art in Texas, in 2015 as the publication’s Assistant Editor. In 2018 he began overseeing the publication’s news content as Glasstire’s first dedicated News Editor, and he replaced the site’s founding Publisher, Rainey Knudson, in 2019. In addition to speaking at venues across Texas, Brandon also contributes to podcasts and articles to the site. Brandon is a graduate of the University of Houston.