An exhibition of photographs taken by Fikry Botros “as he explored daily life on the sidewalks of various cities around the world.”
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 combines encaustic medium with 3D printing. The show is inspired by the artist’s recent trip to MoMA.
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.
“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...Read More
An exhibition of anthropomorphic wooden sculptures by artist Thomas R. Irven.
An exhibition of new works by Becky Soria in which the artist “seeks to depict the essence of the human being.”
An exhibition of works that mix fantasy and narrative. These pieces juxtapose whimsy with solemness to create an anthropomorphized world where characters come to life.
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...Read More
Archway’s 7th annual juried exhibition featuring selections by juror Gus Kopriva.
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...Read More
A solo show of abstract works by Venezuela-born Houston-based artist Veronica Dyer.
An exhibition featuring watercolor paintings by artist Cookie Wells and ceramics and glass works by artists Andre and Virginia Bally examining the human form.
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...Read More
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,...Read More
Masks and figures made by two artists who create with repurposed materials. Jim Adams works with scrapped, industrial metal, while Sherry Tseng Hill layers readily...Read More
Riccetti’s humorous watercolor and acrylic illustrations of daily life.
Collaborative ventures happen all the time, but wood turning combined with painting is atypical.
Elias draws inspiration from what she sees in her travels, while Joiner finds his subject matter during walks or hikes in nature preserves and state...Read More
Archway Gallery presents Woven Spaces – Lines and Layers featuring new works by artist Sherry Tseng Hill. This new collection of Hill’s work focuses on her...Read More
Paintings portray the surreal human circus at Houston’s oldest co-op gallery.
An exhibition of collaborative and solo artworks by Gene Hester and Liz Conces Spencer who have collaborated on public and large scale projects for several...Read More
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...Read More
Archway Gallery, an artist-owned collaborative gallery, is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year and in honor of this milestone has organized a special 35th Anniversary...Read More
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...Read More
Paintings and ink on paper works by one of Archway co-op’s newest members “fuse the emotional impetus of Abstract Expressionism with Color Field painting. Each...Read More
New work from Rosanne Hudson, alongside TXT, an exhibition featuring the collective of female artists known as 10+Artists.
Archway Gallery presents Polychromes and Monochromes, featuring new work from James Myres’s latest series of paintings and sculptures.
Archway Gallery presents City Sight, City Sounds, featuring new work from Sherry Tseng Hill as she brings to life a study of the city.