Barry Whistler Gallery
Otis Jones creates non-objective abstract paintings that rely “on the elemental and meditative to explore the nature of painting as object.” Allison V. Smith creates photographs...Read More
An exhibition of William Wegman’s most recent series of photographs titled Good Dogs on Nice Furniture.
An exhibition featuring works on paper by Terrell James, Otis Jones, Lawrence Lee, Michael Miller, Dan Rizzie, Andrea Rosenberg, Lorraine Tady, John Wilcox, Danny Williams, and Mark...Read More
An exhibition of works by Linnea Glatt. The title of the show, Continuum, is meant to suggest the ability for continuous motion and change, an is also...Read More
An exhibition celebrating 30 years of the gallery. This will also be the gallery’s last show at its current location, before it moves to 215...Read More
An exhibition of new gallery artist Dan Rizzie. The opening night will feature a book signing of the artist’s new UT Press monograph from 5-6 PM.
An exhibition of new drawings by Andrea Rosenberg. In this show, the artist “takes as a point of departure her oft-produced drawings of abstracted flowers infused...Read More
An exhibition of large sculptural installations by artist Tom Orr. Utilizing mirrors, shadows, and wire, Orr’s installations create a “visual and physical balance with simply connected...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by artists Luke Harnden, Liz Trosper, and Adam Raymont.
A group exhibition featuring paintings by Frank Badur (Berlin, Germany), Martha Groome (Brunswick, ME), and Mark Williams (New York, NY)–all of whom were influenced by...Read More
An exhibition featuring prints by Ellsworth Kelly, color photographs by Allison V. Smith, hand-colored black and white photographs by Ann Stautberg, and paintings by John...Read More
An exhibition of abstract works by Texas artists Linnea Glatt, Terrell James, Tom Orr, John Pomara, Lorraine Tady, and Leslie Wilkes, held in conjunction with...Read More
A group exhibition featuring drawing-related works by Linnea Glatt, Lawrence Lee, Andrea Rosenberg, Lorraine Tady (Dallas), Jay Shinn (NY/Dallas), Michael C. McMillen (LA), Adam Raymont...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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.