Houston’s Lawndale Art Center is turning over all of its galleries, as well as its outdoor garden space, to its upcoming exhibition Texas Sculpture Group 2014: A Panoramic View, curated by James Surls in memory of late Texas Sculpture Group members Lee Littlefield, Bert Long, Jr. and Damian Priour. Surls has certainly done a good job of finding a wide variety of big name sculptors from all over the state. An obvious omission is that of Dan Havel and Dean Ruck—but don’t worry. Havel Ruck Projects is busy installing a big show a few blocks away at Art League Houston, which will open a few weeks later.
Here is the crazy long list of artists participating in Texas Sculpture Group 2014: A Panoramic View, which opens on Friday evening:
Ben Appl (Austin), Peter Arcidiacono (San Marcos, TX), Richard Ariola (Las Vegas), Jan Ayers Friedman (Fort Worth), Brent Baggett (Austin), Jerolyn Bahm-Colombik (Wimberly), Robbie Barber (Waco), Verina S. Baxter (Flintstone, GA), Jill Bedgood (Georgetown), Lauren Browning(San Antonio), Steve Brudniak (Austin), Susan Budge (San Antonio), Danville Chadbourne (San Antonio), Valérie Chaussonnet (Austin), Roger Colombik (Wimberley), Dylan Conner (Houston), Princess Cook (San Antonio), Erin Cunningham (Austin), Stephen Daly (Austin), Stephanie Darling (San Antonio), Glenn Downing (Waco), Kurt Dyrhaug (Beaumont), Carter Ernst (Houston), Daniel Esquivel-Brandt (Houston), Bill FitzGibbons (San Antonio), Susan Fitzsimmons (McAllen), Jerry Freid (Dallas), Brooke Gassiot (Austin), Amy Gerhauser (San Angelo), Nell Gottlieb (Houston), Larry Graeber (San Antonio), Andrew Bellatti Green (Austin), Jack Gron (Corpus Christi), Thomas Jack Hilton (Austin), Chad Hines (Temple), Yu Ru Huang (Houston), Dewane Hughes (Troup), Richard Hyslin (McAllen), Meredith Jack (Houston), Maria Cristina Jadick (Houston), Paul Kittelson (Houston), Sharon Kopriva (Houston), Eric F. Krause (Johnson City), Alexander Larsen (Houston), Margaret Losinski (Houston), Peter Mangan (Blanco), Wells Mason (Coupland), Colleen McCulla-Thomas (Martindale), Jason Mehl (Dallas), Bill Molthen (Austin), Hans Molzberger (Houston), Mary Morse (Austin), Steve Murphy (Houston), Sherry Owens (Dallas), Griselda Elena Peña (Austin), Beverly Penn (Austin), Caprice Pierucci (Austin), Susan Plum (Houston), Chasity Porter (Missouri City), Cat Quintanilla (Austin), Patrick Renner(Houston), Greg Reuter (Corpus Christi), Jim Robertson (Trinity), Jonathan Sanders (Austin), Paul Seeman (Corpus Christi), Sabine Senft (San Antonio), Luke Sides (Oak Point), Judith Simonds (Austin), Richard Skurla (Waco), Stephanie Sterling (Leander), Sebastian J. Stoddart (San Marcos), Laura Sturtz (Austin), Tanya Synar (Denton), Damon J. Thomas (Houston), George Tobolowsky (Dallas), Cody Vance (San Antonio), Hank Waddell (Austin), Gary Webernick (Austin), Brian Wedgworth (McAllen), Jonathan Whitfill (Lubbock), Ed Wilson (Houston), Michael Witzel (Bergheim) and Ben Woitena (Houston).
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