Cris Worley Fine Arts
An exhibition of new works inspired by the artist’s recent move to a new studio and the death of a close friend. The work in...Read More
An exhibition of works by Dallas-based artist Celia Eberle. The artist describes her practice as “inexorable” and “inevitable,” creating charged objects that are steeped in darker meaning...Read More
An exhibition of works drawn from Geffert’s interest in representing the natural world.
An exhibition of works on paper by artist Robert Lansden. His intricately patterned works are based on algorithms and “are explorations into the unknown.”
A two-person exhibition featuring new work by Shannon Cannings & William Cannings. Shannon Cannings’ paintings express a decadent sense of nostalgia and hint at childhood violence, while William...Read More
An exhibition of abstract oil paintings by artist Trey Egan.
An exhibition of artist Ruben Nieto’s newest series of pop abstractions, painted on the surface of translucent, perforated vinyl.
An exhibition of work by artist Paul Booker, including a new series of watercolors and layered polyurethane, ink, and enamel paintings.
A two-person exhibition featuring abstractions by Charlotte Smith and collages by Anna Elise Johnson–both of whom are known for their experimental layering techniques and for...Read More
Centering on the experience of artist studio visits, this group show includes work by Kristen Cliburn (Houston), Robert Lansden (New Orleans), Rusty Scruby (Dallas), Colette...Read More
San Francisco-based Patti Oleon’s realist paintings marry the conceptual with an undeniable technical prowess.
Paul Manes’ inspirations come mostly from the past—Delacroix, Gerome, Velasquez, Goya and more recently in the work of Kiefer. He has never been one to...Read More
New abstract gradient works from the Houston-based painter.
Worley’s first solo exhibition with Vance. She paints women in ambiguous situations.
Romanian-born Andea is known for her light installations. This exhibition came from Andea’s recent trip to Alaska.
Studio Dreams examines Geffert’s obsession with the natural world through replications of delicate details in bronze. Some pieces are tree formations on pedestals while others...Read More
Cris Worley Fine Arts presents new abstract paintings by Charlotte Smith. Smith’s process begins by layering drops of paint on canvas. Her layers build up...Read More
Cris Worley Fine Arts presents He Sells Seashells, a solo exhibition of recent work by Rusty Scruby. He Sells Seashells will feature several of Scruby’s...Read More
Performance-based videos, sculptures, and video stills. Featuring an astronaut-like character under some form of physical stress.
Booker’s transparent plastic-and-pin sculptures as well as his layered polyurethane, ink, and enamel paintings construct curving rectangles, cloudforms, or arrows that swarm in various winding...Read More
Trey Egan’s first solo exhibition with Cris Worley Fine Arts is also his MFA Thesis exhibition with UNT’s College of Visual Art and Design.
Photographs of land and seascapes that evoke tranquility and emanate light (not literally).
The Grand Opening of Cris Worley’s new exhibition space at 1415 Slocum Street, Suite 104. Sherman is known for his large-scale acrylic and marker canvases...Read More
A group exhibition of gallery artists Ruben Nieto, Charlotte Smith, Isabelle du Toit, William Cannings, Rusty Scruby, Adela Andea and Paul Booker.
Large, colorful paintings featuring an invented script based on White’s culturally diverse family.
Paintings of leafless trees, dilapidated buildings, and fences in the middle of nowhere on found paper bags.
Born in Austin in 1948, painter Paul Manes currently lives and works in New York. His subject matter varies from swampy landscapes, inspired by living...Read More
Guest and gallery artists whose work features intricately laid handiwork: Trey Egan, Anne Allen, Howard Sherman, Paul Booker, and Blayre Stiller. Allen’s drawings are based...Read More
New all-natural work from Texas’s leading bronze sculptor, Harry Geffert. Delicate, wall-mounted bronze castings of Texas plant life form imaginary landscapes.