"Him Her You Me and the Imaginary Fire is a collection of paintings, installation and poetry by Texas-based artist Sarah Martin." The works in the show draw from news articles, literature, and the artist's life to explore "delusion and obsession within human relationships."Gallery hours are by appointment from May 26-June 25. Contact email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Hot Rod Review features photography by Owen Fisher and Keith Testa; sculpture by Renee Tantillo; and cars and motorcycles from JB Clegg, John Collins, Jim Jard, Darrell Lamb, Tony Lee, Tom Massimin, Sergio Rivera, Kyle Shircliffe, and Bob Wink. The show "explores the connective elements of hot rods and women's roller derby: motion, performance, individuality, and attitude."
"A show of ceramic works and a three-day conference with Missouri ceramicists Benjie Heu and Ron Fondaw. The show will also feature collaborative ceramics from 15 universities and colleges across the U.S."
"In this fifth edition of Target Texas, AMST brings six artists from across the state, a place as big as many countries, to answer the question, 'What inspires the contemporary artists of Texas?'"The show includes works by Rigoberto Gonzalez, Sedrick Huckaby, Elizabeth Payne, Barbra Riley, Teresa Ruiz, and Sarah Williams.