Canal Street Gallery
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International cerammics, in conjunction with the 47th Annual NCECA Conference
A three-person pop-up show featuring Matt Kleberg, Nikki Rosato, and Hallie eubanks, curated by Illa Steen Gaunt.
Works on paper by the students of Arthur Turner.
Opposing artists from Canada and Brazil share space at Canal Street Gallery. Also appearing: On the House, a collaboration of gallery artists and guest artists.
18 area artists repurpose commonplace objects like car tires, metal Band-Aid boxes, fossilized birds and Christmas trees wraps into art.
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–9 pm
Unpolished, but definitely unusual work by the man with the best booth at last year’s Bayou City Arts Festival in Memorial Park: where other vendors...Read More
Canal Street gallery’s roundup of artists who hold jobs down and paint as much as they can on the side. Featuring Salli Babbitt, Sue Balch,...Read More
Canal Street Gallery presents watercolors of classical architectural decoration by Gordon Phillipson.
Canal Street Gallery features the work of Bill Cagle plus works by Gabriela Aramoni, Valentina Atkinson, Angela Dillon, Isabel Gomez Gallardo, Susan Jackson, Nancy Jakubik,...Read More
This group exhibition at Canal Street Gallery features local Houston artists working in a wide range of media with painting, printmaking and sculpture. Featured artists...Read More
Mike Garman and Lindsay Peyton pay homage plywood in a joint exhibition at the Canal Street Gallery. Plywood features Garman’s contemporary furniture designs and Peyton’s...Read More
Richard Stout brings us a retrospective exhibition of painting and sculpture at Canal Street Gallery. This one-person exhibition Time After Time is named after the...Read More
Arthur Turner shows off his recent watercolors along with almost 40 other artists at Canal Street Gallery.
Photographs by Ian Batchelor, Alan J. Atkinson and Dick Weekley.
Surrealism! Monty Python! The Dark Crystal! It’s all in the work from self-taught artist Leandra Di Buelna.
Although Lyles well known for his Texas landscapes, this exhibit will include paintings from the artist’s travels from Cape Cod to Mexico.
In conjunction with the Consulate General of Mexico in Houston, Canal Street Gallery presents work by Cauduro, who is one of Mexico’s leading artists.
Canal Street offers up new work by multi-media artist Leandra Dibuelna Jr.
Featuring work by Marina Rojas Atucha and Marcela Garcia Bonini (shown)
Join Canal Street Gallery and the Consulate General of Mexico in a celebration of the anniversary of Mexico’s Independence and Frida Kahlo, one of Mexico’s...Read More