Cliff Gallery - Mountain View College
4849 W. Illinois Avenue
Dallas, TX 75211
A show featuring work by Terry Hays, Deborah Kruger, and Kathy Robinson Hays.
An exhibition featuring photography and video work by Dallas-based artists Rachel Rushing, Kristina Smith, and Ashley Whitt exploring place, identity, and transitory states across multiple...Read More
An exhibition of work by Rhode Island-based artist Lynne Harlow comprising two pieces: Got to Give it Up and Limitless and Lonesome.
An exhibition showcasing the work of five female, Texas artists of Latina decent: Ann-Michèle Morales, Elizabeth Hurtado, Irma Martínez Sizer, Sara Cardona, and Adriana Martinez-Gonzalez.
An audiovisual representation of culture in southwest Louisiana by photographer and multimedia artist Giraud Polite.
Artists Susan Cheal (Denton, TX) and Paula Whelan (Seattle, WA) create paintings, sculptures, and installations by manipulating found objects and materials. Plungers, toys, bags, shoes,...Read More
Blackburn’s work can be linked to Photorealism and Pop Art but overall he defies categorization. He uses images from the media, popular culture, politics, and...Read More
Fontenot’s nude portraits of his friends and acquaintances paired with Stafford’s interactive blind contours of figures in a deck of “nudie” girl playing cards make...Read More
The second part of the survey of Houston artists in North Texas (Part 1 is on view at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center through September...Read More
A new body of work that engages time and accumulation through twenty-five years of Lawrence’s journals. The graphite drawings included in the exhibition are circular...Read More
Japanese artist Numajiri exhibits large scale work spanning over 40 years of her career. This exhibit will feature large un-stretched canvases made with traditional Japanese...Read More
Houston based photographer Boncy’s newest installation is a selection of fifty-six, 4″x 6″photographs strategically and inconspicuously placed throughout the MVC campus simulating surveillance systems.
Works in the printmaking and book arts traditions created by MFA candidates Laura H. Drapac and Cat Snapp.