College of the Mainland Art Gallery

College of the Mainland Art Gallery

(409) 938-1211 ext. 8354

1200 Amburn Road

Texas City, TX 77591



In Motion

An exhibition of works by Margaret Smithers-Crump that address vulnerability and transformation within the natural cycles of life.

Jun Itoi: Cantos Familia

An exhibition featuring a series of dark and lyrical woodscapes by Tokyo-based photographer, Jun Itoi.

Luke Ikard: Transmute

An installation by artist Luke Ikard, a recent Sam Houston State University graduate.


Works from College of the Mainland students Naeriel Cruz, Kevin Flores and Ariel Miller.

Annual Student Art Show 2013

Works as well as best in show awards (2D, 3D, Photography) are chosen by this year’s guest juror artist Ann Wood.

Evoloving Perspectives

Works from University of Houston main campus graduate painting program students.

Juan de Dios Mora: It’s All About the Ride!

“Images of the typical Mexican-American’s life, iconography, and beliefs. My objective is to bring people together, with sentimental, satirical, sarcastic, and comical themes.”

From Costa Chica

Print works and artifacts from the coastal area of Oaxaca Mexico- Costa Chica.

Oh, Snap!

Juror Kristy Peet winnows 1,332 cell phone photos to choose about 100 works to be in exhibition.

Wendy Wagner: Wendy’s World

An installation by Hunting prize winner Wendy Wagner inspired by her childhood, pets, family, and fantasy.

Datchuk/ Kalondy/ McGrath/ Takaba

College of the Mainland Art Gallery features the work of four emerging ceramic artists living and working in Texas. The artists include Jennifer Ling Datchuk,...

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Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak: Hide and Seek

Lydia Bodnar- Balahutrak’s collages are featured in her solo exhibition Hide and Seek at the College of the Mainland Fine Arts Gallery.

Fine Arts Faculty Show

The Fine Arts Faculty Show is a biannual exhibition at the College of the Mainland Art Gallery and features work from professors George Bowesteaches, Doug...

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Eudora Welty

Depression era photography by the late Eudora Welty who was a young publicity agent for the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in rural Mississippi during the...

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