Art.Science.Gallery.

Art.Science.Gallery.

http://artsciencegallery.com/

512-522-8278

916 Springdale Rd. Building 2 #102

Austin, TX 78702

CURRENT

Flourish

Art.Science.Gallery.

May 13 - June 11, 2016

An exhibition juried by Jedidiah Dore and Clair Gaston. Flourish encompasses contemporary botanical drawings created by students in the gallery's spring 2016 courses. In addition, a 10-foot botanical mural by Jedidiah Dore will be unveiled at the exhibition opening.



PAST

Meteora

An exhibition of contemporary art inspired by weather patterns. The show features new work by Kim Dembrosky, Elizabeth McClellan and Mark Nystrom.

Cosmic

An exhibition featuring work by Carrie Carlson,Jedidiah Dore, Nicole Geary, Laura Moriarty, Ruthie Powers, Marie Robinson, Cathy Savage, and Ele Willoughby.

The Wide Inter-Consciousness

An exhibition of works focused on breaking down the wall between digital methods of creation and the artist. The works in the show “transcend technology...

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From Mountains To Sea

A group exhibition of work exploring the physical and biological impacts of a changing climate on our planet and its ecosystems. Includes work by artists...

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The Mother Art

A group exhibition in which six artists explore the structures of a diversity of animal architects including birds, spiders, corals, ants and mollusks. Features work...

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The Buzz Stops Here

A juried group exhibition of encaustic artwork (hot beeswax painting) about the science and conservation of bees. Special events during the exhibit include artist and...

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Ins & Outs

Part of PrintAustin 2015, this group show features screen prints by members of Austin-based design studio CogDut (Kyle Carter, Chris Dock Davis and Will Kauber)...

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X Marks the Spot

With gravity and humor, precision and abstraction, record-keeping and experimentation, variables are made visible through the works of artists Carrie Crane (Boylston, Mass.), Laurie Frick...

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John Self and Matt Norris

Matt Norris and John Self combine in Lifecycles to create “an ecosystem of interacting assemblage creatures.” Read: cool mechanical bugs n’ things!

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