An exquisite Texas-based Fine Art Gallery whose walls are decorated with a luxurious combination of world-class paintings and sculptures.
K.H.world Fine Art is the global distributor of select pieces by some of the greatest names in the Art world. Our works invite you to travel the roads of Mexico, view the modern world through the eyes of its history and tradition, and experience ancient cultural expressions presented in a contemporary setting. It is a unique place that allows us to remember and perpetuate a spirit so colorful that it pulses through modern life, creating a lasting connection from past… to present.
Located in San Antonio, Texas, K.H.world Fine Art showcases an extensive line of international art for the more discriminating buyer. Our collection encompasses oils, watercolors, lithographs and bronzes from around the world, and includes works of notable masters such as Carol Miller, Rubén Reséndiz, Cristina Ruiz, Sergio Bustamante among others.
We cordially invite you to join us for some challenging and knowledgeable art world conversation. You too can experience first-hand what a fertile imagination and love for a country can produce.
K.H.world Fine Art is a fine art corporation. We have been in the gallery business since 1992. We specialized in the sale of masterworks.
We actively have individual works and complete collections. Feel free to contact us regarding works of any of the ones listed or those artists that you have been looking for that will adorn your life.
To promote a value image of our company introducing great artists in the cultural category to all countries; and to present K.H.world Fine Art unique ability to find exclusive and unique fine works as well as great artists, developing their talent into the universe of art. Currently, our artists and works include various sizes, styles, techniques, ages; all in the finest quality
There is no other asset that enriches your home and life while it appreciates in value more than Fine Art does!
Former Executive Director and former VP of the Board of Directors of the Museo Alameda the nation’s first Smithsonian Affiliated museum outside of Washington, DC, and a Latino arts museum. Mr. Hoyos was essential to extend the museum’s life. Left without a director for several months, Mr. Hoyos had a very large project given to him upon accepting the position at the museum: not only did he need to staff the organization, but he also needed to secure funding to do so in order to move the museum forward with new art exhibitions to avoid immediate closure. He succeeded in all major tasks. Mr. Hoyos worked together with his Board to secure and access government funding and private donations. He identified and hired qualified personnel to fill much-needed positions to allow the museum to function properly once again. Most notably, he secured a world-class exhibition of Mexican art to be loaned to the Museum for, ultimately, three years, free of charge. Mr. Hoyos elected to waive admission fees to allow visitors from all income levels the opportunity to view and experience world-class art and learn about the history and heritage of San Antonio. The financial impact of eliminating admission was negligible to the organization but resounding to our audience – it resulted in monthly attendance increasing from fewer than 500 to more than 6,000, on average. His latest exhibition, Revolution & Renaissance: Mexico & San Antonio 1910-2010, saved the Museo Alameda from the imminent closure that loomed prior to Mr. Hoyos’ appointment. It received resounding positive reviews and drew record-breaking numbers to the galleries – a feat no director had previously achieved with an exhibition at this Smithsonian Affiliated Institution.
Fine Art Broker with our firm, was born in Mexico City in a culturally diverse family; therefore she learned to speak several languages -fluent in English, Spanish, German, Italian and French- She was also surrounded by Art since her father and grandmother were fervent Art collectors. Having a psychotherapist mother and grandmother, the creative process has always been part of her interests. She lived in the USA and Europe for periods of time, although her home remained Mexico. Her passion is Art History and having always been fascinated by creativity, she has been involved in designing her own handbag line with Samarho, Mexico City, as well as painting. Sandra is former Assistant to the Latin-American Art and Collectibles at Sotheby’s, New York. Curator for Itinerating Exhibits at Museo de la SHCP, Antiguo Palacio del Arzobispado, Mexico City.
Dennis & Pam Baltuskonis
Together In 1980, Dennis and Pamela open Art Conservation Services to support local area fine art businesses. 36 years later their thriving Private Practice operates as Fine Art Conservation Services, LLC serving a broad clientele that includes private art collectors, museums, state and local municipalities and a host of non-profit organizations throughout the state. In 1994 Dennis was certified as a Professional Associate level member of the AIC (American Institute for Conservation) specializing in the assessment and treatment of oil paintings-murals- and outdoor metal sculpture. He has conserved literally thousands of paintings and supervised numerous major conservation projects, most recently the 35ft x 50ft Venetian glass-tile mosaic mural created by Guatemalan artist Carlos Merida for Hemisfair-World Fair in 1968. The landmark mural is located in downtown San Antonio, TX. Dennis is also a member of the NHR (National Heritage Responders), a subgroup of the AIC and has training in Disaster Response and Risk Assessment for Cultural Properties. In 2010, as a response to the devastating earthquake, he was selected by the Smithsonian Institute from among a group of volunteers to travel to Haiti to assist in the establishment of the Haitian Art Recovery Center, the first of its kind in the world. In 1986 Dennis was hired by Trinity University, SA, TX as a professional exempt faculty, serving as Chemistry Laboratory Coordinator. In 2004 they traveled to the Netherlands, to study the relatively new technique of Multi-spectral imaging (MSI), a camera that can capture high-resolution digital images in distinct wavebands across the electromagnetic spectrum. Upon their return, they quickly found new applications for MSI technology. In addition to diagnosing the condition of fine art (paintings and objects), Pam demonstrated the MSI camera as a forensic tool to the Los Angeles FBI “Art Cop.” Most recently they applied MSI technology to recover faded fresco designs painted on the interior walls of the Alamo (Mission San Antonio de Valero), an 18th century Spanish Borderland mission. In Jan 2015 Pam and Dennis completed certification in new computer-assisted photography techniques RTI (Reflectance Transformational Imaging) & DSLR based Photogrammetry at Cultural Heritage ImagingSan Francisco-(CHI). Both techniques show great promise for the future of Fine Art Conservation. In addition to private clientele, Pam and Dennis presently consult with the city of SA to create the first-ever comprehensive maintenance program for public art.