Betty Press focuses on recording “real life” in small communities throughout Mississippi with black and white film. Her project is partially funded with a 2013 Visual Artist Fellowship Grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission.
This series of works by Amy Gerhauser "addresses the issue of oceanic trash gyres and their effect on Albatrosses; it is intended as both a meditation on loss and hope for a solution. Work in this exhibition includes two installations, sculpture, and a Plastic Selfie station where visitors can photo-document their own plastic items."
"Daniel Blagg’s latest work includes his stylistically flat and dilapidated representational scenes of what were once gleaming signs of commercialism rendered with an abundance of metaphorical comments on all aspects of contemporary society."
The concept for Clay on the Wall: National Juried Exhibition, was originally created by internationally recognized ceramic artist, Professor Juan Granandos of Texas Tech University in the mid-1990s. This exhibition is LHUCA’s third annual juried exhibition.Artists include:Jamie Bates Vincent Burke Isabell Daniel Mary Fischer Mia Halton Maile Iwanaga Shin Yeon Jeon Brittany Kinard Carol Kliger Stephanie Lanter Chris Leonard Dennis Loucks Brandon Lutterman Mica McGuire Brian Molanphy Joseph Paushel Jenny Reed Horacio Rodriguez Marcia Selsor Wesley Smith Von Venhuizen Wynne Wilbur Stephanie Wilhelm Fulden Wissinger
A show of works by San Antonio-based artist Kelly O'Connor. In her site-specific installation in the Old Jail's cell galleries, O'Connor draws parallels between the Emerald City of Oz and the city of Odessa, Texas and their inhabitants.
A show of paper, wood, and plywood structures by artist Ronald Watson. "Watson utilizes strict systems of order, artistic intuition, and the viewers' perception to construct complex and intriguing sculptures with acute attention to detail and craftsmanship. Watson's work conveys a sense of stability in a world that is perceived to be in a state of chaos."
"Cody Arnall’s work investigates themes of personal and shared histories. His installation Who’s Got a Price on Their Head? is a closer examination of aggression and the idea that we are building our own destruction through a desire for power."
Rosa M. Villoslada's Unknown Faces project is an act of solidarity to farm workers, focusing on the female subject. It aims to share the stories of migrant workers, asking viewers to reconsider their indifference towards immigrants' struggles.
An exhibition of art that was created during the period of Georgia O’Keeffe’s time at West Texas A&M University. The show will feature works by O’Keeffe’s contemporaries, including Lucien Abrams, Leon Dabo, Hale Bolton, Reveau Bassett, Louis Oscar Griffith, Edward G. Eisenlohr, E. Irving Couse, Joseph Henry Sharp, Bert Geer Phillips, W. Herbert Dunton, Oscar E. Berninghaus, and Ernest L. Blumenschein, among others. Objects in the show will rotate every 3-6 months.
An exhibition celebrating the grand opening of the Contemporary Art Museum Plainview. The show includes works by Daniel Anguilu, Sherry Owens, Kelly Moran, Katy Anderson, Sharon Kopriva, Dandee Warhol, Emily Peacock, Emily Sloan, Ben Tecumseh DeSoto, Patrick Medrano, Joe Barrington, Steven Kraig+Patrick Renner, and Benito Huerta.