A new exhibition opened at the McNay yesterday: Chuck Ramirez: All This and Heaven Too. Seven years after his accidental death, this will be the first comprehensive retrospective of his work. While his loss was tragic to all who knew him, it was additionally tragic for admirers of his work–his ingenious visual storytelling abruptly ending before we thought it would, leaving a gaping void in the San Antonio art community. I think it is wonderful and fitting that this comprehensive exhibit is opening at the McNay–the first modern art museum in Texas–and a museum that has a colorful story of it’s own. The McNay began with a woman named Marion Koogler. Orginally from Ohio, her family relocated to Kansas and struck oil which led…