A popular piece of public art has new meaning today for its San Antonio creator. That creator is Rolando Briseno, whose resume says he’s not just an artist, he’s also this.
“A cultural adjuster.”
He knows a lot about the South Texas culture, but twenty-four years ago, he actually lived elsewhere.
“In 1991 I was living in New York and I got a call from the Order of Alhambra, which is part of the Knights of Columbus.”