I’ve known the Hausmanns and Hausmann Millworks for a number of years, having enjoyed many special occasions of art openings, open studios, artist talks, and parties. Although the events have been fun, what makes each and every opportunity to visitThe Millworks so special is to see the sense of community and how the Hausmanns embrace their resident artists and all of their visitors as family. They look at each person in the same regard as a relation and are always ready to help in any way, expecting nothing in return.
There is a quote which reads, “You have to hang out with people that when something good happens to you, they get more excited than you do.” The Hausmanns exemplify this quote with their enthusiasm at the accomplishments of others.
The resident artists are fortunate to not only have great studio space but, also, a place to call home and have the support of others who genuinely care for them.
Rex so often says, “Grow where you are planted!” Anyone who plants themselves around The Millworks for any period of time cannot help but grow.
Our Bexar County community, and our World at large, is fortunate to have those such as the Hausmanns to support the art community and encourage an appreciation for beauty through art expression.
– StoneMetal Press Printmaking