The paintings and collages by Illinois-based Rosalyn Schwartz incorporate decor, elements of kitsch, interior design, and references to art history.
Author: Bill Davenport
150 artists and organizations let it all hang out on the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Myriad details here.
Two weekends of footsore fun, with the usual big catalog by Big Medium. Saturday and sundays Nove 16-16 & 23-24 from 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. [...]
Inspired by the toil and tunneling of the generations of ants on display in an ant farm, San Antonio-based artist Julia Barbosa Landois presents an [...]
The Nasher Sculpture Center’s anniversary public art exhibition: 10 newly-commissioned works by 10 contemporary artists at 10 sites citywide.
Renner’s colorful, twisting roadside attraction occupies the median in Montrose Blvd. across from Art League Houston for nine months— drive on by!
The grand re-opening of the renovated Clamp Light Studios and Gallery. The Experiential Trace explores the human urge to move and how our desire for [...]
Collective Bargaining addresses the fundamental notions of artist collectives negotiation, camaraderie, and creative expression. Dallas-Fort Worth area artist collectives HOMECOMING! Committee, S.C.A.B. (Socialized Contemporary Artist [...]
A scholarly survey of hospitality and food service as artforms, beginning with the Futurist Cookbook and proceeding to today’s relational aesthetics, with a slew or [...]
This annual exhibition of the art faculty highlights new and experimental work. This year the opening reception will coincide with a “Back-to-School Party” open to [...]
Moorhead’s fifth solo show with Inman presents new objects and gestures, titled in honor of the Arctic Tern, known, like the artist for ceaseless, lengthy [...]
Houston Artist Geoff Hippenstiel discusses his philosophies, experiences, and artwork through storytelling, kicking off a new monthly lecture series at Alabama Song. Organized by Houston-based [...]
Popeswithpaint.com Presents a one-night only show celebrating the use of stencils in art. Featuring Art made primarily with stencils.
A selection of Bise’s new and previously unexhibited autobiographical drawings along with Lee’s first solo exhibit since the highly regarded “Beautiful Son” held at Houston’s [...]
Susan Rogers, Ned Dodington, and Javier Fadul lead an interactive event that will seek to envision Houston. Rogers is the Director of the Community Design [...]
Seven local college art students making art in an urban community setting, featuring current residents Jessie Anderson, Byron Harris, Maggie Hooyman, Emily Howard, Aldo Roldan.
Works by two illustrators and one painter (all women) who live and work in Tokyo, Japan. Featuring Yumie Iino, Chicaco Toya, and Yoshimi Yonezawa. College [...]
A two-day exhibition collecting ten years of paintings based on the contents of two nearby boxlike buildings in Montrose, by University of Houston painting students [...]
Arts+Culture Texas is excited about their upcoming September issue, and is holding a happy hour. Pick up a copy of the first A+C Texas issue!
Local artists and filmmakers exploring all genres of video and film, including Ivete Lucas, Tish Stringer, Bill Daniels, Chris Nelson, Alex Luster, Stephanie Saint Sanchez, [...]