d. m. allison

d. m. allison


2709 Colquitt

Houston, TX 77098


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Bob Briddick: a Limited engagement

d. m. Allison presents a special selection of Briddick’s work in collage on view in the gallery throughout the weekend.

Rock Romano

Rock Romano, aka “Dr. Rockit,” better known for his talents as one of Texas’ most recognized blues players and once under contract with MCA records...

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Jenny Meyer

d. m. allison presents a solo exhibition by Jenny Meyer. Through her studies and related opportunities in the arts including an internship with Gucci, Meyer...

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Tracye Wear

Wear makes functional and sculptural ceramics whose surface and complex processes are also evident in her encaustic work.

Tuyet Ong-Barr

Tuyet (Tess) Thi Ong is originally from Vietnam, and lived in Paris, before moving to Houston where she now lives and works. Her abstract paintings...

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Kelly Alison: Pick Your Poison

Kelly Alison is an American artist primarily working in a rural area south of Houston, Texas. Pick Your Poison is an allegorical apocalypse in which...

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Point of View

Artists Tracye Wear, Judith Freedman, Elena Wortham, Michael Young, Carter Ernst, and Kamilla Szczesna present work for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic...

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Kelly Moran: New Works

A zany mixed bag of happy urban myth and late American culture, gleaned from the internet junk heap, vintage magazines and advertising.

Marzia Faggin: Dissatisfaction

Works in photo realistic, life size, cast and painted plaster (Hydrocal), working with the themes of addiction and human frailty.

Chris Hedrick

Meticulous wood fakery by carver Chris Hedrick.

Cora Cohen: Works on Paper

NY artist Cohen’s first solo exhibition at The Everson Museum of Art in 1974 was initiated by James Harithas She began exhibiting regularly in New...

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Perry House: Helter Skelter

Opens Saturday, September 17, 6-9pm Dan Allison’s new d. m. allison gallery opens its doors with works by Houston pioneers of abstract painting, Perry House.

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