Archway Gallery

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Houston, TX 77006

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CURRENT

Cecilia Villanueva: Blue Ink Runs in Her Veins

Archway Gallery

August 1 - September 3, 2015

A solo exhibition of paintings by Cecilia Villanueva, daughter of accomplished Mexican architect Luis Villanueva. The works explore architecture, structure, and the quirks of ancient cities.



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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 […]

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 […]

Sheila McGraw: Love You Forever and Beyond

An show of original art by Sheila McGraw made for children’s books, including I Promise I’ll Find You, Pussycats Everywhere, Where the Lost Things Go, […]

Trudy Askew: Pretense

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

V. Chin and John Barber: Teaming with Fish

Seabrook potter Vorakit Chinookoswong, known widely as V. Chin, has been crafting fine porcelain and stoneware pieces for more than 30 years. Chin creates glossy […]

Anita Nelson: Happenstance

Opens Saturday, September 10, 5–8 pm Paintings reveal Nelson’s love of anything with fur, feathers, scales, fins or shells, and add a dash of ironic […]

Cookie Wells: A Closer Look

Cookie Wells presents a new series of works entitled A Closer Look at Archway Gallery. The Women’s Institute of Houston is co-hosting Wells’ opening reception […]

Mary L. Davis: Unexpected

Water media artist Mary L. Davis presents a new series of works, Unexpected, at Archway Gallery. Davis was selected from among 113 artists to receive […]

Second Chances

Archway Gallery presents its annual juried exhibition, Second Chances, including approximately thirty artists whose work was selected by juror Jeff Law, former gallery director/owner of […]

Albert Goldreich and Kirk Mullenax

Ceramic artist Albert Goldreich’s exhibition African Influences is paired with Kirk Mullenax’s show Whispering Landscapes.

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