April 4 - May 9, 2015
An exhibition of drawings, prints and paintings by artist Susan Barnett that visualize mathematical models associated with The Theory of Everything as well as the unrecorded historical events surrounding the 1941 meeting between physicists Neils Bohr and Werner Heisenberg.
Three solo shows: Drink The Bath– painting, sculpture, and video work by Jeff Gibbons; Seven– Stephen Lapthisophon’s works on paper and canvas combining text and […]
New, large-scale paintings by Denton artist Robert Jessup, shown in both of Conduit’s two main galleries. These have less representational imagery than his earlier work, […]
A solo show of videos and drawings by St. Paul, MN based artist Chris Larson, featuring the video Heavy Rotation which was included in the […]
In the main galleries, Rosalyn Bodycomb’s Refuge features oil paintings and prints of post-Katrina New Orleans and Joan Winter’s Journey, an exhibition of multimedia works […]
Welsh artist Sarah Ball’s most recent works are intricate and diminutive painted portraits taken from police mugshots. They delve into ideas surrounding 19th-century physiognomy—which was […]
Using brushes, cardboard, spreaders, palette knives and dry wall spatulas to achieve a rich, carved and grooved texture, Falsetta presents both large scale paintings on […]
For the past four years, Dallas artist Gabriel Dawe has become well known for his Plexus series of large-scale installations using bright gradients of suspended […]
The first solo exhibition in Texas of Claire Colette’s noirish architectural renderings.
Chic ceramic golems and painted and collaged Vogue advertisements on 19th century cabinet cards link Coco Chanel with Frankenstein.
A story-show about Joaquin Klose, “a man of little means and a a fan of Little Feet,” who invented WALKINCLOSET (The Game) on the eve […]
The second part of Conduit’s 30th anniversary show will feature older works alongside recent ones by gallery artists Robert Barsamian, Rosalyn Bodycomb, Gabriel Dawe, Kirk […]
Congratulations to Conduit Gallery for reaching their 30 year milestone! Their anniversary shows will pair older works with new ones by gallery artists. Part 1 […]
Bodycomb will recreate an installation that involves painting, kinetic sculpture, light and sound. It has previously been exhibited at the Animamus Art Salon, New York, NY. […]
A San Francisco based sculptor who assembles everyday materials (Q-tips, rubber bands and aluminum foil) into biomorphic shapes.
Berman’s oil paintings are a scientific examination of light, form and surface and an expression of the beauty of crystalline and still objects. […]
These landscape images use representation as well as abstraction to indicate an interior world.
Bennett’s work refers to the cross-pollination between natural and human-built systems .
What begin as careful observations of birds, insects, plants and flowers become stylized figures on patterned grounds influenced by a wide range of decorative traditions.
Susie Phillips moves between pastel drawing and cut paper collage in the newest works.
Conduit Gallery announces an exhibition of new works by Lance Letscher. The exhibition, unlike any previous at the gallery, will span all 3 exhibition spaces and […]
Joel Sampson engineers elaborate kinetic sculptures.
Fahamu Pecou overlays social commentary and hip hop culture onto the world of contemporary art with paintings and drawings that depict Pecou on fictionalized magazine […]
The paintings in Matt Clark’s Marriage bring together unrelated aspects of the artist’s life that influence a kind production that is physical, romantic and academically […]
James Sullivan’s exhibition features large-scale figures molded from straw and plaster, cast iron sculptures and What Remains- an ongoing sculptural project. Austin based artist W. […]
Seeing the body and its needs as the driving force behind human society, Tole’s paintings are investigations of the world of the flesh.
Wires, switches and electronic automations culminate to an array of small speakers that will fill Conduit Gallery’s Project Room with a cacophony of unintelligible sound […]
“The plumed mountain” or “volcano” is the metaphorical inspiration for paintings in oil and encaustic, monotype and ink jet prints and porcelain sculpture.
Bodycomb’s figurative paintings capture modern-day Greece and, in many ways, a universal humanity, with an undertow of sadness.
Small drawings and paintings are allegories of worldwide political conflicts.