June 23 - July 28, 2018
The works in Linda McCall’s exhibition Life in Pieces are inspired by the artist's relationships, travel, occupations, and various life experiences.In his show Beyond the Horizon, artist Daniel Angeles presents a series of watercolor paintings that express "the human capacity for hope."In his show Open Range, artist Rich Bowman creates works that are inspired by his love of the outdoors.
An exhibition featuring new works from more than 30 of Craighead Green Gallery’s artists.
Colorado-based artist Tracey Harris creates works that are responses to our current social climate. Austin-based painter Brad Ellis creates encaustic works made from newspaper clippings, repurposed wall...Read More
Tyler Butcher: Empty Kingdoms / Arturo Mallmann: Dystopian Dreams / Suzanne Kelley Clark: Natural Flow
In Empty Kingdoms Georgia-based painter Tyler Butcher draws on ideas of refugees and crisis in an attempt to highlight typically overlooked stories. In Dystopian Dreams, Arturo Mallmann’s acrylic and...Read More
Time Pieces is an exhibition of works by San Antonio-based artist Gary Schafter. The pieces “investigate the cognitive fissures created by representation and time.” In Nexus, artist Marla Zeigler...Read More
A show of works by Heather Gorham. The pieces in the exhibition are inspired by “lunar cycles, medical illustrations, scrimshaw designs, and tattoos.”
A show of new works by New Jersey-based artist Raymond Saa. “Saa’s art is the result of an obsession with form, color, and process.”
A show of works by Dallas artist Marci Crawford Harnden. The oil paintings in the show are inspired by the artist’s interest in nature.
Joey Brock creates collages that act as responses to the urban landscapes he discovers on his travels. Denise Brown creates richly textured paintings, sculptures and mixed media...Read More
Craighead-Green Gallery’s annual New Texas Talent exhibition. Highlights from this year’s show include works by: Riley Holloway(Dallas) and Celan Bouillet (Houston), Erik Skjolsvik (Fort Worth), Jonas Criscoe...Read More
Craighead Green Gallery’s annual New Texas Talent exhibition.
An exhibition of abstract paintings by Dallas-based artist Bryson Davis Jones.
An exhibition of underwater photographs by Dallas-based artist Kenda North.
An exhibition of “Henna paintings” by artist Abhidnya Ghuge.
Works by New Mexico-based sculptor Frank Morbillo. The artist is inspired by his environment and draws on light and colors present in the natural world.
An exhibition of paintings by Krista Harris. The artist in inspired by the duality existing between human life and nature.
Narrative watercolors by artist Daniel Angeles.
An exhibition of works by Jay Maggio.
An exhibition of works by Heather Gorham.
An exhibition of works by Joey Brock.
Three exhibitions comprising Craighed Green Gallery’s fall art season kickoff.
A statewide juried exhibition designed to introduce emerging artists into the art market. This year’s jurors are Terri Provencal of Patron Magazine and Barry Whistler of...Read More
An exhibition featuring nearly 100 works by over 50 artists.
A show of work by artists Marcus Bickler, Marci Crawford Farnden, and Gary Schafter.
A group exhibition featuring paintings by Arturo Mallmann, sculptures by Andy Myers, and mixed media works by Raymond Saa.
A three-artist exhibition featuring new paintings by Gregg Coker and Jackson Hammack and sculpture by Chris Mason.
Gooden’s abstract paintings, Kary’s sculptures made of found objects, and miniature paintings by Denton-based artist Carolyn McAdams and California artist Todd Carpenter.
A three-person exhibition of ultra-realist painters Yrjo Edelmann, Tracey Harris, and David Crismon.
Three solo shows make up the fall opener at Craighead-Green: 2014 Huntington-Prize winner Winston Lee Mascarenhas will show new encaustic works; Memphis-based Jeri Ledbetter presents her signature abstract paintings;...Read More
Huge kudos to Craighead-Green for keeping the tradition of discovering and promoting young artists for 21 years. (pictured: detail of image by Paxton Maroney)