Cliff Gallery - Mountain View College

4849 W. Illinois Avenue

Dallas, TX 75211

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Ed Blackburn: Ancient History

Cliff Gallery - Mountain View College

November 10 - December 11, 2014

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 even the Bible as his inspiration, often combining them with language to create new perspectives on existing archetypes.


Heyd Fontenot and Erin Stafford: Hugs & Kisses

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 […]

Leaning Towards an Algorithm: Annette Lawrence

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 […]

Ayako Numajiri

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 […]

drone: Sebastien Boncy

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.