Hiram Butler Gallery
"Wiese’s work leverages the power of computing and mathematics to build new fictional worlds. Fractal elements and hundreds of millions of iterations (billions and trillions...Read More
French’s first exhibition Floral Prototypes at Devin Borden Hiram Bultler Gallery since his move to New York.
. . . also on view are works by Matthew Sontheimer
Drawings by Hebert of snowmen (pictured), and new sculptures from Havel.
DBHBG presents a solo exhibition of sculpture and works on paper by Houston artist Hana Hillerova. Also on view will be geometric abstractions by Matt...Read More
"He works in a pattern and submerged in the motifs, whether circles, squares, or abstract shapes, is a sense of mystery and quiet and this...Read More
"In addition to 20 years of making art in Houston independently, Ruck has collaborated on projects with Dan Havel on projects including Inversion at the...Read More
Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery presents Rauschenberg’s last original prints completed in 2008. The Lotus Series is a monumental group of color etchings that is...Read More
DBHBG presents deeply autobiographical paintings by artist and writer Laura Lark (shown), as well as beautiful, yet eerie work by Charles Wiese.
Texas-born, London-based artist Michael Petry makes sculpture using a variety of materials including glass, wood, and silver. His work is also included in the GlassWear...Read More
DBHB presents sculpture by Darryl Lauster in their large space, while the entry gallery has drawings by NY artist Orly Genger.
This should be a good show. Check out Dave Darraugh‘s plaster pieces and works on paper. Also on display for your viewing pleasure are drawings...Read More
The open road vs. Big Brother. Betts utilizes his unique painting process of "advanced computer controlled linear motion technology and a proprietary software system" to...Read More
A group show of the gallery’s artists (and probably just an excuse for their delightful annual egg hunt). Pictured is a new work by Hilary...Read More
Glass poured into antique metal pieces.
Figurative lace paintings from Flood (pictured) and family portraits from Lark.
Core Fellows are back in town! Schindler and Wilder show what they have been working in LA and NYC, respectively. Make sure to see Wilder's...Read More
Betts' hypnotic paintings will make you dizzy. Don't miss this new body of work!
A series of drawings that take their subject matter from the wood grain patterns in the galleries at The Menil. Go see what the floors...Read More