Author: Beth Secor

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Kathy Womack Gallery

DISCLAIMER: This has been carefully edited by Sean. This weekend I went to the Kathy Womack Gallery, located in the River Oaks Shopping Center.  There […]

Kathy Womack Gallery

Project Row Houses

DISCLAIMER!!!:  This is not a review, and in fact I did not know I wrote it. In 1993, shortly after Rick Lowe and some other […]

Project Row Houses

Devin Borden Hiram Butler

Fifteen days ago I saw two beautiful exhibitions at Devin Borden/Hiram Butler Gallery: School’s Out, with photographs by Dallas-base photographer Allison V. Smith , and […]

Devin Borden Hiram Butler

Station Museum of Contempary Art

DISCLAIMER: You know the drill, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Last week I went to the Station Museum of Contemporary Art where I met the […]

Station Museum of Contempary Art

Redbud, G Gallery, and Nauhaus

DISCLAIMER! This is not a review, this is one part truth, two parts lie. I live in the Heights. Redbud, G Gallery and Nauhaus Gallery […]

Redbud, G Gallery, and Nauhaus

Skydive and Lawndale Art Center

DISCLAIMER!  This is not a review, really, I swear it isn’t, o.k., I lied Skydive, and Lawndale Art Center. Last week, as five of you […]

Skydive and Lawndale Art Center

Wind Water Gallery

Disclaimer!!  This is not a review.  This is an adjective. Wind Water Gallery By Beth Secor A couple of weeks ago I went to Wind […]

Wind Water Gallery

18 Hands Gallery

Disclaimer!!!! This is not a review, rather ceci une pipe! 18 Hands Gallery 18 Hands Gallery is an art space in the Heights founded by […]

18 Hands Gallery

H Gallery

  Day One: Part Two H Gallery Within the same block of 19th Street as Galley M Squared is H Gallery.  H Gallery is under […]

H Gallery

Gallery M Squared

There are at least 100 galleries, if not more in Houston, and I would fathom a guess that few among you, my dear readers, have […]

Gallery M Squared

Art Narc: Bad Artist Statements

Please Never Say That Again or I Am Going to Have to Kill You Every one of us who has ever entered a juried show […]

Art Narc: Bad Artist Statements