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Dorćol Distilling + Brewing Co. & Nina Hassele present Abstractions to Conclusions by Avi Avalos

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Opening Reception: Dorćol Distilling + Brewing Co.

Second Saturday, May 11, 2019 1902 South Flores St

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm San Antonio, TX 78204

Abstractions to Conclusions:

This work is a visual display of emotions and exploration expressed through colors line and form. The abstract with hints of impressions gradually evolve to a clear visual and literal conclusions. The work stands alone but gradually evolves into the literal and visual understanding of making art and making money.

Artist statement:

Avi Avalos is a multi disciplinary artist artist, From performance and creation of the beloved Mr Piñata San Antonio character, to pop art paintings sculptures and printmaking. He uses which ever media is most suitable to express his convictions and views. Consistently striving to answer the question of “what is the purpose of art in society” he purposefully makes his work to communicate and strives to have a positive impact on the viewer. Avi lives and works in San Antonio Texas and his work has been admired from the streets of NYC to Art Basel Miami and Mexico

Show Run:

May 11, 2019 - July 6, 2019

Dorćol Distilling + Brewing Co. hours:  

Thursday 5pm – 10pm

Friday 5pm – Midnight

Saturday 5pm  – 1am

For more information and private viewings contact Nina Hassele at (210) 630-0235


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Second Saturday on South Flores

If you haven’t experienced Second Saturday you’re missing out on one hell of a party. 

The monthly event showcases artists, musicians, food trucks and, of course, we’re always jamming behind the bar at Dorćol where we mix more than 30 different craft cocktails with our award winning spirit. 

But let me further explain for those who aren’t up to speed with all this. Each month, Second Saturday attracts hundreds to the art district south of downtown, one of San Antonio’s oldest communities located just south of King William. Artists from around the city, nation and world show off their talents at galleries situated inside warehouses along S. Flores Street. For more info about what’s going down at the art galleries click here and here

“The art is the anchor,” said Bill Fitzgibbons, who owns Lone Star Studios, an art warehouse at 107 Lone Star, which houses his own studio, Dock Space Gallery, along with Gallista Gallery and Gallery 107. “Going forward our motivation is to add artists.” 

At the distillery, 1902 S. Flores St., we’ll have an art installation by a local artist, a DJ spinning tunes all night and killer libations for all you tipplers looking to get your drink on. On Saturday, we’ll be open from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. For the event, we’ll host guest barman, Don Marsh of Bar 1919, and we're gonna try some new bar creations. The food truck for the night will be Ay Papi’s, which does some on-point Puerto Rican cuisine. The DJ for the night is Matt Champion and Jorge Villarreal will have some of his work hanging in the distillery. See what we’re doing at Dorćol.

While the party only encompasses a few blocks, there’s a pulsating energy and gritty sophistication that emanates from this vibrant, eclectic community. Heck, the neighborhood is inhabited by artists, journalists, distillers, brewers, architects, business professionals and families who have lived here generations. 

Each Second Saturday we are seeing "fresh faces from all over the city,” said Yvette Benavides, of 1906 Gallery, an 18,000 square foot warehouse that houses art studios such as Gravelmouth, AP Art Lab and Silkworm.

Second Saturday Art Walk

5 p.m.-1 a.m. on June 13 at various spots near S. Flores St. and Lone Star Blvd.

While you are enjoying the craft libations and delicious eats at the distillery, make sure to visit all our friends in the area.



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