d. m. allison
Houston, TX 77098
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...Read More
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...Read More
Narrative paintings with an outsider edge.
A zany mixed bag of happy urban myth and late American culture, gleaned from the internet junk heap, vintage magazines and advertising.
Works in photo realistic, life size, cast and painted plaster (Hydrocal), working with the themes of addiction and human frailty.
Gestural, layered mark making bridges abstraction and realism.
The premiere of Bob Briddick’s Big Beautiful Book of Collage, first edition. Proceeds form the sale of Bob’s new book will benefit Houston’s Outreach United....Read More
24 works on paper in gouache are studies leading up to Alexander’s exhibition 2014 “Not as the Crow Flies.”
54 pieces curated from several hundred works available.
Images of cultures of bacteria from the artist’s saliva transform the work into a self-portrait.
A zany mixed bag of happy urban myth and late American culture.
Meticulous wood fakery by carver Chris Hedrick.
Peter Massing, professor of printmaking and drawing at Marshall University in Huntington, WV, and brother of Jack Massing, one of Houston’s Fabled Art Guys, works...Read More
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...Read More
Objects by gallery artists Rodrigo Aguilera, Aisen Chacin, Carter Ernst, Marzia Faggin, Chris Hedrick, Paul Kittelson, Peter Massing, Alyson Souza, and Elena Wortham.
30 works by Richard Gordon Kendall, an outsider artist who was lived on the streets of Houston Texas in the late 1990’s presented by collector,...Read More
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.