Barry Whistler Gallery
December 13 - January 10, 2015
This series of charcoal drawings by artist Danny Williams depicts the landscape around his home in the French countryside at dusk. The show’s title is an old French idiom referring to when nightfall first obscures the horizon enough that a shepherd might mistake a dog for a wolf.
Pomara’s new paintings deal with the history of abstraction in modern painting, with a comical twist on the distractions of popular culture.
Summer group show! Pictured is a new translucent work by Tom Orr.
Summer group show of four up-and-coming artists “who are pioneering a new sense of ownership regarding space.” Featuring Sally Glass, Nathan Green, Luke Harnden and […]
A group exhibition showcasing the work of four artists whose practices engage with the way color and line navigate time and space. The show’s title […]
James shows paintings and works on paper that are the product of a recent stay on Bald Head Island in North Carolina. Her residence in […]
As part of a continued investigation into American history and contemporary culture, Lauster presents several multimedia kinetic sculptures in his newest exhibition.
Featuring: Scott Barber, Burgess Dulaney, Jim Hodges, Lawrence Lee, Skeet Mcauley, Ike E. Morgan, Ann Stautberg, Valton Tyler, Bob Wade, John Wilcox, Robert Wilhite, Danny […]
This will mark Bok’s first show at the gallery. His layered works are figurative but also rooted in abstraction. The paintings in this exhibition depict […]
A collection of Smith’s most recent photographs of Maine, capturing its light and coastal life.
Barry Whistler Gallery presents Collage: Now Then & Again, an exhibition featuring the work of fifteen artists with Texas roots. The work is influenced by […]
Stoneware sculptures are an alternative to nature and our manufactured existence.
Paintings explore the anatomy of machines with draftsman-like precision.
Ten new works in her signature abstract geometric style: five intimate gouaches along with five large oil paintings based on the same symmetrical patterns.
In Julia Kunin’s ceramic sculptures, shells, flowers, octopi, snakes and butterflies create anthropomorphic amalgamations at once visually striking and grotesque.
A group exhibition of twenty-one artists, including several artists who are showing with the gallery for the first time: Carl Suddath (Houston), Victoria Neel (New […]
New paintings, photographs and transparencies continue the development of conceptual and aesthetic strategies involving industrial and mechanical techniques with an emphasis on retaining the subtle […]
Moire patterns between painting and sculpture.
Cross’ ceramics inspired by geological forms; the often diminutive work is made larger in the mind through associations to both the natural and the built […]
In his fourth solo show at Whistler, Lee introduces some new characters, the boksers. Boksers (the Afrikaans translation of Boxers) are shown not only mid-fight, […]
James’ exploration of painting pays homage to a rich history of American color abstraction.
Barry Whistler Gallery celebrates their 25th anniversary with a group exhibition of twenty-five artists! The work in this anniversary exhibition includes a variety of brand […]
Opens Saturday, March 12, 6-8 pm at Barry Whistler Gallery Barry Whistler Gallery presents two exhibitions featuring Ann Stautberg’s hand colored black and white photographs […]
Barry Whistler Gallery presents the exhibition 12 Abstractions, featuring twelve abstract works by ten artists. This exhibition draws its inspiration from the seminal Americans exhibitions […]