Article by Robert Rivard
“Works by Chuck Ramirez to Adorn South Flores Market”
H-E-B shoppers will find a more lasting tribute to the artist and his work. Four large prints from Ramirez’s Broom Series 2007 will hang above eye level on a back brick wall visible from most vantage points in the 12,000 sq. ft. building. Read article


Out in SA
Out in SA – Photo Slideshow
“Walley Films’ Fundraiser for Tía Chuck” Photos by Ismael Rodriguez
Photographs from our August 9th Fundraising Event were featured in Out in SA. View the photos.


My San Antonio – Weekender 24/7 Blog
“Filmmakers raising funds to complete ‘Tía Chuck’ documentary” By Elda Silva
Before Chuck Ramirez died in November, 2010, filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley had approached the San Antonio artist and graphic designer about doing a short film about his work. The husband and wife duo never let go of the idea. Read article.


San Antonio Current
San Antonio Current Art Slut Blog
“Chuck Ramirez Documentary Needs Funding” By Albert Salazar
A documentary on Chuck Ramirez, the beloved San Antonio artist who passed away when he fell off his bicycle in 2010, is currently in production, and it’s using the crowdsourcing website Hatchfund to raise money for the film. Read article.


Plaza de Armas
Plaza de Armas Live Interview
Angela was invited to appear on Plaza de Armas Live to discuss the Artist Foundation’s Moveable Art Party. She was interviewed alongside artist and Artist Foundation Board Member, Nate Cassie. The program featured excerpts from Walley Films’ documentaries on Vincent Valdez, Gary Sweeney, and raw footage from Tia Chuck. Update: The Video is no longer available to stream.


Interview with The Rivard Report
“Local Filmmakers Begin Documentary of Chuck Ramirez” By Jacob Coltrane Burris
Chuck Ramirez lived with HIV. It didn’t kill him and it wasn’t going to. He was tragically taken from us in a bike accident over two years ago. The heart of San Antonio’s art community was sundered. He is missed. Angela and Mark Walley are a local wife and husband filmmaking team that focus on documenting and advocating the arts in San Antonio. Read the Article.


San Antonio Current
San Antonio Current City Guide 2013
“Walley Films Rolls Camera, Takes Action, and Visits Tía Chuck” By Veronica Anne Salinas
The Walleys were set to collaborate with Ramirez, but the project was never completed due to his sudden death in November, 2010. Ramirez’s life and work will be told through artists, family, and friends in the San Antonio community. Read the article.