Ruiz-Healy Art was incorporated in 2004, and after working for several years strictly by appointment, the gallery opened their public space in September 2013 at their current location, 210-A East Olmos Drive. Since its inception, Ruiz-Healy Art has mounted over sixty gallery exhibitions and published numerous catalogues.

The Gallery deals in Post-War and contemporary works of art: painting, sculpture, photography and works on paper. Ruiz-Healy art represents an international roster of artists and places emphasis on a Latin American, borderland, and Texas discourse. In addition, we are the exclusive representatives of the Estate of Chuck Ramirez.

Ruiz-Healy Art is a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) demonstrating a high level of expertise and adhering to a strict code of conduct with professional integrity as a member dealer. We are one of only three members in the state of Texas.

The gallery has an active Art Fair participation, including past involvement in Volta NYC, the IFPDA Print Fair New York, Ink Art Fair Miami, Dallas Art Fair, San Francisco Print Fair and Houston Art Fair.

Gallery Locations

San Antonio, Texas

201-A East Olmos Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78212
(210) 804-2219
Tuesday – Saturday, 11AM – 4PM and by appointment

New York City, New York

74 East 79th Street, 2D
New York, NY 10075
(212) 510-7873
Tuesday – Saturday, 11AM – 6PM and by appointment

Our Team

  • Patricia Ruiz-Healy, Ph.D.
    Patricia Ruiz-Healy, Ph.D. Owner / Director

    Owner and director of the company, Patricia Ruiz-Healy holds a Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Austin with a Doctorate in Latin American Studies and a concentration in Art History. She earned her Master’s Degree in Art History from the University of Texas at San Antonio. She has done postgraduate work in London, England at Sotheby’s Institute of Art and Courtauld Institute of Art, and is the author of the recently published book, Mathias Goeritz. Ruiz-Healy earned a Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Austin, a Doctorate in Latin American Studies with a concentration in Art History.

    Being an avid collector of many years has given her special access to important European, Mexican and American galleries and collections, as well as personal relationships with the artists that Ruiz-Healy Art represents and who she brings to the attention of an American audience. Ruiz-Healy currently is Board Chair at Artpace San Antonio and serves on the board of the San Antonio Public Library Foundation.


  • Patti Ruiz-Healy
    Patti Ruiz-Healy Associate Director

    Patti Ruiz-Healy earned a bachelor’s degree in International Studies and History from Southern Methodist University and a Masters in Art Business from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Prior to joining Ruiz-Healy Art Patti spent five years working at Sotheby’s auction house as member of the Latin American Art Department in New York City. Patti is based out of New York City where she heads the Ruiz-Healy Art outpost. She is a member of the junior board at El Museo del Barrio and is a member of the Young Patrons of the American Folk Art Museum and the Young Patrons of the American Friends of the Louvre

  • Deliasofia Zacarias
    Deliasofia Zacarias Gallery Manager

    Deliasofia Zacarias received her bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and Business Administration at Trinity University. While studying abroad in Spain, she learned about the rich history and economic development in Spain, as well as international marketing and art history. Zacarias is a member of the oldest and largest professional business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi.

  • Roberta Zertuche
    Roberta Zertuche Gallery Assistant

    Born and raised in the Mexican border, Roberta Zertuche is an independent art administrator based in San Antonio, Texas. Roberta received her bachelor’s degree in Art History and Criticism with a focus in Latin American Contemporary Art from the University of Texas at San Antonio. During her time abroad in Florence, Italy, she worked as a curatorial apprentice at the SRISA Gallery of Contemporary Art with Prof. Pietro Gaglianò, PH.D., and Executive Director Rebecca Olsen.