College of the Mainland Art Gallery
October 9 - November 5, 2017
A site-specific installation by artist Jasleen Sarai. “Porous-city is an exploration of the growth of informal architecture within a “porous” city. Inspired by slums/ favela architecture from all over the world, the installation treats the gallery space as dwelling spaces would the city: it inserts and attaches itself to the medians and topography of the space provided."
An exhibition featuring works by College of the Mainland faculty. Artists include: George Bowes, Mayuko Ono Gray, Mark Greenwalt, and Kristy Peet.
An exhibition of ceramic works by Marcus Helton.
An exhibition Ashley Whitt that addresses themes of duality, anxiety, and mortality.
A show of works by Lauren Christlieb. The photographs in the exhibition serve as singular memories—they document the artist’s Grandfather’s house after he passed away.
The artist on his work: “My work explores issues of ethnic identity, including aspects of cultural, familial and social traditions, relating to my Mexican heritage. The...Read More
College of the Mainland’s annual juried student art exhibition. This year’s juror is Alexander Squier from the Houston Community College Central art gallery.
A show of works by COM alumni and current UH main campus BFA student Kevin Flores. Featuring paintings, drawings, photography, prints, and tattoo designs.
In conjunction with the College’s 50th anniversary, all past art faculty (full time and part time) were contacted for this alumni exhibition. Featuring art by:...Read More
An exhibition of recent works by San Marcos-based artist Jerry Solomon Jr.
An exhibition of works by Virginia-based artists Derek Eley and Neal Robinson.
An exhibition featuring works by Bibiana Bravo, Shawn Cleveland, Bo Dalmé, Callie Rankin, Skyler Miller, Max Estudillo, and Marissa Rodriguez.
An exhibition of cell phone photos and videos. The show was juried by Shannon Duncan.
A collection of paintings by John Forse. The exhibition focuses on the “artist’s historical role as the disseminator of a masculine mythos, and his own experiences...Read More
An exhibition by artist Jan Arthur Harrell. Comprised of found objects and fabrications, these pieces explore issues of gender and the power of strong women.
An exhibition of Austin-based ceramic artists. The show is curated by George Bowes and features works by Stan Irvin, Lisa Orr, Melissa Mencini, Michael Corney, Erik...Read More
An installation by Emily Link exploring themes of separation and loss. The works examine ideas of capital punishment and draw on imagery of trophy heads.
College of the Mainland’s annual student exhibition. This time around has been juried by Emily Link.
College of the Mainland’s biennial art faculty exhibition featuring works by George Bowes, Mark Greenwalt, Kristy Peet, and Mayuko Ono Gray.
An exhibition of drawings and a video by Taiwan-born artist Chung-Fan Chang.
An exhibition of installations by Houston-based artist Jonathan Clark.
An exhibition of works by Margaret Smithers-Crump that address vulnerability and transformation within the natural cycles of life.
An exhibition featuring a series of dark and lyrical woodscapes by Tokyo-based photographer, Jun Itoi.
An installation by artist Luke Ikard, a recent Sam Houston State University graduate.
The annual student art show with prizes awarded by the juror, artist Jason Makepeace.
Works from College of the Mainland students Naeriel Cruz, Kevin Flores and Ariel Miller.
Juliana Ferero selected 118 works to be displayed as well as best-in-show, second place, third place, and honorable mention out of over 1,500 submissions this...Read More
Works as well as best in show awards (2D, 3D, Photography) are chosen by this year’s guest juror artist Ann Wood.
Works by two illustrators and one painter (all women) who live and work in Tokyo, Japan. Featuring Yumie Iino, Chicaco Toya, and Yoshimi Yonezawa. College...Read More
Jennifer McNichols and Emily Peacock work with the subject of food and offer a close and witty examination of what we eat.
In conjunction with NCECA 2013, the gallery hosts the exhibition of ceramics works of various artists from the collection of David and Louise Rosenfield of...Read More