Avis Frank Gallery
Philosophical paintings made, loosely, in reaction to the simple poem Bestiary by Kay Ryan.
Texas artist Corinne Jones uses the simplest of techniques to convey the language of her art, from earth drawings made by rubbing her native yard-dirt […]
Known mainly for his large-scale semi-figurative canvases, Josh Hagler’s work has followed a natural evolution in the artists’s personal exploration and anxiety around religious thought […]
New works from the Texas ceramicist. Budge has been busy lately, with solo shows all over Texas.
Old Master-style paintings from the Corpus Christi-based artist on “what it is to be an American with a Mexican Heritage.” Is that… lengua?
Huerta derives visual influence from many sources, including his Hispanic background, art history, pop culture, music, movies, and books.
Hernandez works on a large scale creating imagery with a 60’s pop culture influences.
Paintings by the University of Houston MFA grad.. He lives and works in Brenham, Texas.
Rosales, a native of Venezuela, explores the topic of violence.
Houston artist Ann Stautberg is recognized for her dramatic hand-colored photographs.
Dan Havel has not shown his solo work in Houston for seven years. Through his many collaborations with Dean Ruck he has achieved international recognition. […]
Delgado’s paintings present a contemporary investigation of space and light through form and color.
Avis Frank Gallery is hosting a fundraiser for Mary Anne Pennington, a 39-year-old design instructor in Houston. She lives with and provides for her Mother […]
Steve Brudniak is an American artist and filmmaker known for highly crafted assemblage sculpture which incorporate science elements and other unusual characteristics. The work, which […]
Avis Frank’s latest crop of represented artists, including painter Cary Reeder.
Feminist printmaker Helen Gerritzen has spent 14 years developing ideas relating to power, gender and transformation, examining the body’s long history as a repository of […]
A multimedia exploration of masculinity and sexuality through abstract, homo erotically charged vignettes that veer between reportage, performance and fantasy by Tim Gonzalez, Devon Britt-Darby, […]
The juxtaposition of annihilation and excess is the inspiration for Michael Arcieri’s paintings that balance government suggestions for protection with the latest consumables.
Lisa Qualls: A Person Has an Exterior and an Interior (Remove the exterior and You find the Interior, Remove the Interior and You Find the Soul)
Textile installations and drawings from pre WWII photos from Jewish family albums, songs written by Pashto women during the Afghan war with Russia and an […]
Thirteen artists from across the USA who use paint.
Renner uses wood salvaged from old homes and demolition sites to speak to the original structures and the families they housed. It’s the inaugural show […]
Houston artist Patrick Renner follows up his recent installation Bounded Operator at El Rincon Social with more poetic architectural waste.
Joseph Cohen delves into the very nature of the reading of art: using hundreds of coats of rejected paint on found objects he re-purposes the […]
18 artists use color. Curated by Lisa Qualls.
Gallery owners David Hardaker and Ray Phillips will have new paintings on display during Galveston’s ArtWalk.