Archway Gallery

Archway Gallery

http://www.archwaygallery.com/

(713) 522-2409

2305-A Dunlavy

Houston, TX 77006

CURRENT

WILD

Archway Gallery

March 4 - 30, 2017

A show of sculptures by Andrea Wilkinson and paintings by Christie Coker. Both artists are inspired by nature and the environments inhabited by wildlife.

Jane Ewen and Sandy Ewen: In A New Light

Archway Gallery

February 4 - March 2, 2017

A show of collaborative works by Jane Ewen and Sandy Ewen. "Their collaborative installation at Archway will meld Jane’s large format abstracts with Sandy’s projections of micro-collages. The combined product synthesizes its own unique structure, color, and movement while creating an ethereal and enveloping experience of color."



PAST

Fikry Botros: Sidewalks

An exhibition of photographs taken by Fikry Botros “as he explored daily life on the sidewalks of various cities around the world.”

Kevin Cromwell: Constructing the Dance

An exhibition of new paintings and prints by Kevin Cromwell. The pieces in the show explore how the physicality of the body can bridge language gaps.

Joel Anderson: #Heatstroke 3D

Joel Anderson combines encaustic medium with 3D printing. The show is inspired by the artist’s recent trip to MoMA.

Larry Garmezy: Finding Equilibrium

An exhibition of photography and “photo paintings” by Larry Garmezy. The show explores the natural world and questions humankind’s relationship and sustainability in a fragile ecosystem.

John Slaby: Death and Desire

“Flowers losing their petals, a man overcome with the fever of desire, a woman in a sensual pose menstruating:  these are some of the works...

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Ink & Image

The group exhibition of print works by Archway artists Barbara Able, Joel Anderson, Andre and Virginia Bally, Christie Coker, Kevin Cromwell, Mary Lee Gray, Paula...

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Donna E. Perkins: Shimmer

A show of new work by painter Donna E. Perkins, created by the layering of metallic and phosphorescent acrylic paints. During the run of the...

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Trudy Askew: Pretense

Paintings portray the surreal human circus at Houston’s oldest co-op gallery.

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