The Gang’s All Here chronicles the last 30 years of artist Nancy Lamb’s career. The show kicks off on March 28 as a part of […]
A group show featuring paintings and prints by artists Daniel Blagg, Ty Wilcox, Maureen Brouillette and David Leonard
Works from the individual artists in the collective HOMECOMING! Committee. Including Christopher M. Bond, Bradly Brown, Ryan Goolsby, Courtney Hamilton, Timothy Harding, Shelby Meier, Devon […]
A book on penmanship is the inspiration for these video and works on paper. In an attempt to copy the lettering, the flaws in Brandley’s […]
E. Luanne McKinnon writes, “We find something of the cinematic and perhaps the literary too…. And in all of their work the essence of time […]
An exhibition of works on paper.
Ivey’s subject matter consists of found objects which are transformed through her serene compositions.
Haley-Henman presents Nick Troilo: New Paintings. His paintings follow the lineage of American Color Field painters.
Artspace111 announces Plastic Nature, a solo show featuring the paintings of Ann Ekstrom. Ekstrom’s large-scale oil and watercolor paintings explore the beauty of vintage jewelry and […]
Featuring Artspace111 Artists, and a yarn-bombong of the gallery!
This all-female group show features figurative prints and paintings from artists Michelle Brandley, Sarah Green, Nancy Lamb and Devon Nowlin.
Large-scale paintings depict dense forest scenes. Trees and tangled underbrush alternate with dappled or streaming sunlight. Viewed from a distance, the paintings and prints are […]
Photographs in palladium and color depicting survival and irreparable loss.
Skyscapes by gallery artists.
Paul Booker is an abstract painter and sculptor. Tudor Mitroi’s sculptural panels read as abstract shapes. Charlotte Smith carefully stacks dips of paint to form […]
Opens Saturday, September 10, 2–9 pm Four artists’ takes on picturesque landscapes of the Big Bend Region of Texas, featuring work by Dennis Blagg, Cindi […]
Emerging artists Will Shea, Blake Rutledge, and JR Gramentine emerge at Artspace 111.