Avis Frank Gallery


(409) 763-5555

1606 White Oak Drive

Houston, TX 77009

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A show of creepy and disturbing drawings and paintings, both inside and outside, by Nicky Davis, Jessica Rice, Good Hero, Betso, and Copio.

Dylan Conner: Where Two Become One

A series of recent sculptural works by Houston artist Dylan Conner that use concrete, steel, and plaster and employ unique casting techniques.

Corinne Jones: New work

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 […]

Josh Hagler: My Name is Nobody

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 […]

Joe Peña: Invisible Territory

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?

Benito Huerta: Crown of Creation

Huerta derives visual influence from many sources, including his Hispanic background, art history, pop culture, music, movies, and books.  

John Hernandez : Parade

 Hernandez works on a large scale creating imagery with a 60’s pop culture influences.  

Gerardo Rosales

Rosales, a native of Venezuela, explores  the topic of violence.

Ann Stautberg: New Work

Houston artist Ann Stautberg is recognized for her dramatic hand-colored photographs.    

Help Mary Anne Kick Cancer

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: The Science of Surrealism

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 […]

Spring Introduction

Avis Frank’s latest crop of represented artists, including painter Cary Reeder.

Helen Gerritzen: Survey 1999-2013

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, […]

Michael Arcieri: Cold War Paintings

The juxtaposition of annihilation and excess is the inspiration for Michael Arcieri’s paintings that balance government suggestions for protection with the latest consumables.

Patrick Renner: Vestigial Structures

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 […]

Patrick Renner: Vestigial Structures

Houston artist Patrick Renner follows up his recent installation Bounded Operator at El Rincon Social with more poetic architectural waste.

Joseph Cohen/John Adelman

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.

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