d. m. allison

d. m. allison


2709 Colquitt

Houston, TX 77098


Tim Olson: Trading Places

d. m. allison

December 5 - 25, 2015

A show of new works by Tim Olson. Using different versions of narrative, the artist attempts to create "universal relationships in empathic tones, between friends and strangers, across time and place."

Steve Davis: Armature

d. m. allison

October 22 - November 27, 2015

An exhibition of works constructed using found sand dollars. "The artist transforms his love of time-weathered stuff, and nature-weathered stuff from the beach, into art that is uniquely his own."


Kelly Moran: Only Human

An exhibition of works by Kelly Moran. Combining urban mythology and pop culture, Moran uses older images to make the viewer realize that the messages found in...

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Tuyet Ong-Barr: Gathering

An exhibition of abstract works that are sourced from small pieces of reality. The paintings involve experiments with texture and layering to create space, while...

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Perry House: Enigmatic

An exhibition of work by Houston-based artist Perry House, including pieces from his Happyville and Helter Skelter series’ as well as pop-mystic imagery dating back...

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Jeff Jennings: New Works

A show of new work by Houston artist Jeff Jennings, who paints interacting man-made structures and natural environments.

Lindy Chambers

Artist Lindy Chambers’ paintings of working class homes use vibrant color to carry the images into the realm of the fantastic.

Bob Russell: Fault Lines

New, abstract works by artist Bob Russell, inspired by aerial satellite imagery.

Erika Pochybova Johnson: Voilà!

New abstract paintings by Czech-American artist Erika Pochybova Johnson blend contemporary aesthetics with European folk art influences.

Tim Olson: Intimate Knowledge

San Antonio artist Tim Olson’s tactile, mixed media collages and tempera pieces are inspired by paging through old books and handling objects.

Robert Briddick: Little Boxes

Briddick’s eye for aesthetics and sense of humor shine through in his ongoing collage practice.


We’ll have to wait to analyze the evidence, but there are some interesting suspects in this group exhibition: Rick Lowe, Jesse Lott, Tracy Hicks, Noah...

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“Giant print and drawings sale!”

Ann Harithas: Memory

Harithas offers a first hand account of her recovery from a brain trauma.  


A pop-up exhibition featuring the traditions of photography in printmaking.  

George O. Jackson de Llano

Jackson’s series of photographs and Calaveras Resplandecientes focus on crystal skulls.  

Ken Little

This year Little is the 2014 Texas 3D Artist of the Year as appointed by the State Legislature through the Texas Commission on the Arts....

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Kelly Moran

Moran offers a mixed bag of happy urban myth and late American pop culture .

Louviere + Vanessa

The New Orleans-based duo of Jeff Louviere and Vanessa Brown are photographers by means of their affection for the medium and their penchant for scientific...

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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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