Fully renovated studio located in South Town area of San Antonio, TX. The Studio has a private patio and is part of the Mercury Project, artists studio, offices and event space. The studio features a living area that converts to sleeping area by pulling down the queen size murphy bed. Fully equipped kitchen with large bar type seating area. Restroom features a large vanity with tiled tub/shower. Quiet and private.
The Studio at Mercury Project is perfect for 1 or 2 guests.
The Studio at Mercury Project is walking distance to the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River. Take a walk or bike ride to the historic Missions, Blue Star, King William, Downtown San Antonio or the Pearl.
Interaction with guests
Antonia & Warren travel often we may not be at Mercury Project during your visit, but your every need will be handled promptly by Cecilia and RikkiAnne.
- NO SMOKING in or out of the Studio especially on Roof Terrace
- No heels on Roof Terrace
- PLEASE make sure to close the gate once you have parked or after you leave
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Antonia Richardson owns and operates Mercury Project in San Antonio, Texas, an art gallery, professional artist studios, and space for all things creative, featuring artists, film makers, music, photography and performance art. Mercury Project hosts painting workshops, art talks and critiques to share and develop the artist community. Antonia was born in Seguin, Texas and raised along the verdant Guadalupe River were she quietly discovered Nature’s play of light, shadow, color and shape. After working in various mediums and styles in her youth, Antonia studied classical oil, water color, design, mixed media, drawing, and portraiture at San Antonio College and Southwest School of Art, ultimately focusing on painting. Her passion for abstract lead her to “El Maestro”, Alberto Mijangos, where she nurtured a newfound freedom in her art, allowing her to begin a journey into the abstract. Acrylics became her medium of choice. Studying under artist Missi Smith, Antonia began to include found objects, construction materials and composites. Antonia spent two years painting among a diverse group of artists at the High Wire Art Gallery in San Antonio. This experience inspired her to further broaden her exposure in the art world by moving to la Cruz de Huanacaxtle in her grandfather’s native Mexico. There she took a studio where influenced by the sea and tropical surroundings her palette shifted to the vibrant hues of beach life. Today Antonia continues to be represented by Pasha Gallery in Punta de Mita, AnArte Gallery, San Antonio and Mercury Project where Antonia paints in her studio and continues to grow, build and share her creative passion with the community and beyond. Antonia, her husband Warren Borror, and their beloved pooch, Lili enjoy traveling throughout the USA in their camper.