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Sallie and Johannes Wunner

Mary Moody Northen Art Gallery (West Texas A&M)

Last Chance - November 5 through 28, 2014

An artist couple from Germany: Sallie presents oil paintings from her "Autobahn Nocturnes" series which deals with the perpetual surge of everyday transportation, vehicles and people of urban Germany; Johannes presents a selection of his photographic series "cultural landscapes."

Ulterior Motifs no. 13: The 15th Year Anniversary

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

Last Chance - October 3 through November 29, 2014

A whirlwind extravaganza of paintings, drawings, and shit-kicking shenanigans. The newest reincarnation of UM  lines up a statwide roster of artists, with works ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime, all capturing the heart and soul of of Contemporary Texas Life. Participating artists include:  The Art Guys, Franklin Ackerley, Bale Creek Allen, Kelly Allison, Michael Ray Charles,James Drake, Ana Fernandez, Bill Fitzgibbons, B.C. Gilbert, Wayne Gilbert, Felice House, Luis Jimenez, Daniel Johnston, Sharon Kopriva, Leigh Merrill, Rahul Mitra, Mark Ponder, Peter Saul, Hills Snyder, Gary Sweeney, Jesse “Guitar” Taylor, Bryan Wheeler, and Jeff F. Wheeler

From Terra to Verde: The Art of Sharon Kopriva

The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center For The Arts- LHUCA

Last Chance - October 3 through November 29, 2014

Part of the quirky Houston/Idaho gang of folks like Ed and Nancy Kienholz and Walter Hopps, Sharon Kopriva brings her beautiful creepiness to Lubbock in the form of sculptures, assemblages, paintings and drawings. Jim Edwards once said of her work: “Death and a sense of spiritual transformation abound in Kopriva’s art. Her haunting assemblages replicate a sense of human pathos and inevitability.”

George Grammer | Rachel Hecker | Ronald Rozencohn

Old Jail Art Center

September 20, 2014 through January 4, 2015

Three concurrent solo shows at the solid Old Jail Art Center. George Grammer is part of the mid-century Fort Worth Circle of artists. Houston artist Rachel Hecker references Hollywood and advertising--"languages of spiritual poverty"-- to paint unconventional devotional portraits of Jesus Christ.  And Ronald Rozencohn paints contemporary nudes, still-lifes and landscapes with the focus of an old master.

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