February 25 - April 8, 2017
A show of paintings by Daniel Blagg and David Leonard. From the gallery: "Leonard is known for his incredibly detailed panoramic paintings of modern American cityscapes ranging from Chicago to Boston to Austin. Similarly, Blagg also delineates American architecture, but focuses instead on the decay of once vibrant billboards, roadside strip malls, and now abandoned streets. Both artists ask through their work if the modifications we make to our landscape are for better or worse."
An exhibition featuring works by Taylor Winn and Dony Wynn.
An exhibition featuring gallery artists.
An exhibition featuring works by Austin-based figure painters: Jennifer Balkan, Chris Chappell, Denise M. Fulton, Felice House, Karen Maness, Revi Meicler, Karen Offutt, Mike Peterson, Johnnie...Read More
An exhibition of new works by Austin-based abstract artists Joseph Hammer and David Hefner. Hammer’s work is inspired by his personal experiences, while Hefner’s work comes from examination...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by gallery artists.
An exhibition of works inspired by fruit, vegetables and farmer’s markets.
An exhibition of new work by Randall Reid & Lisa Beaman. Both artists “work to deconstruct images and materials from historic relics that have a great...Read More
An exhibition of works by Sam Yeates and Sandra Langston. The artists take a fantastical approach to landscape and use irony to form narratives within their...Read More
An exhibition of work by Denise M. Fulton and Mark Nesmith that focuses on the rendering of landscapes and how individual style affects the moods landscapes convey.
A summer-long group exhibition featuring a selection of painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media collage, and print works by 21 represented artists as well as a...Read More
An exhibition of photographer Matthew Fuller’s body of work exploring the homegrown culture surrounding Texas barbecue.
A retrospective of printmaker Orna Feinstein, whose work layers geometric forms and natural patterns to create visual vibrations. Exhibition part of PrintAustin 2015.
Themes of construction and destruction are explored through oil paintings on board, intricate pen and ink drawings on mylar, intimate three-dimensional constructions, and swirling installations.
Portraiture by Leon Alesi, Scott David Gordon, Lesley Nowlin, and Jamie Panzer. Pictured is a detail from Leon Alesi’s “Austin Portrait Photography Series #137 (Tony).”
New works by photographer Weiss and Dutch collage artist and photographer Hoogendijk. Inspired by dreams and memories, they explore the surreal and the romantic.
The work of three generations: faculty, graduate students, and alumni will be on display for PrintAustin 2014. Gallery Talk Wednesday January 29, 6-8 pm.
Circles, squares, triangles, grids and lines- Beaman pulls from her 20-year experience as a master quilt artist. Hammer builds his collages from faces and spines...Read More
The Davis Gallery presents the posthumous works of Dianne Grammer. A native Texan, Dianne Grammer died in 2011. She created landscapes in pastels and oils...Read More
Three abstract artists showcase vibrant works encompassing energetic movement and geometry.
New works by contemporary collage artist and civil rights attorney Philip Durst.
Reid combines raw and well-worn materials into carefully compartmentalized wall assemblages to show the “…physicality of growth and decay in the process of aging.”
Contemporary realist painters create depictions of familiarity and strange awkwardness.
Art by Caprice Pierucci, Philip Durst, Joseph Hammer, Chris De Dier and William Wahlgren.
Micheal Barnes of the Texas Statesman writes, “There are very few Austin artists I admire more than Flato….Flato overlaps pale smudges of color-like layered crepe...Read More
Opening: September 10, 2011 | 7–9 pm By combining raw and well-worn materials into carefully compartmentalized wall assemblages, Randall Reid’s work reflects back at us...Read More