East End Studio Gallery
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A group show of work by female artists, including Anat Ronen, Angela Obenhaus, Blue 130, Diane Benavides Rios, Heather Gordy, Julie Zarate, Katsola, Lizbeth Ortiz,...Read More
Recent paintings, drawings, prints, and photography by Rigo Martinez, Marcus Ferdinand, Jarrod L. Perez, Chris Garcia, and Hector Serna Jr.–five artists who were high school...Read More
5th edition of this group show exploring sexual taboos. Participating artists Carlos Vanegas, Blue OneThirty, Browncoat Art & Illustrative Design, Melane Gutierrez, Victoria Sanchez, Diana...Read More
Steampunk, a literary sub-genre of science fiction and fantasy popularized by the works of H.G. Wells, Mary Shelly and Jules Vernes, has inspired aesthetics in...Read More
A one-night-only group exhibition curated by Mimi Bernal, Rudy Perez and Erik Martinez, the show will feature works inspired by zombies. There will also be...Read More
A one-night group show celebrating images and symbols that represent Mexico’s culture.
Inspired by her illustrative and graffiti background, Blue’s work features images of strong female characters in vibrant colors.
An exhibition of paintings by Rafael Villarreal and selected works from guest artists.
Gordy and Fink simulate a world of dreams, surrealism and alternate realities.
Created for local artists and crafters, the market features vendors from around Houston.
Print-makers, poets, and performers, this duo presents a collection of political satire and whimsical imagery with a colorful punch.
Popeswithpaint.com Presents a one-night only show celebrating the use of stencils in art. Featuring Art made primarily with stencils.
Uniting the community in celebration of the life of one of Latin America’s most highly venerated artists: Frida Kahlo.
Photographs of Houston’s vibrant art scene, paired with original works from Houston’s street artists.
Guest curator Robin Baker’s one-night showcase of art in various ink and pen formats.
Surrealistic and sometimes humorous drawings and paintings reference the things in life that are worth fighting for.
A solo exhibition of paintings and assemblage sculptures by a self-taught artist who has recently enrolled in the Glassell School of Art.
A multimedia installation curated by Y. E. Torres and Erin Joyce, inspired by the deviant, sensual nature of human emotion. The feature length experimental documentary...Read More
An artistic homage to H.P. Lovecraft, the inventor of cosmic horror: the idea that life is incomprehensible to human minds and that the universe is...Read More
Creepy drawings on sticky notes. $10 gets you a 2’x 5′ wall space. First come first served, hanging will be on Thursday Oct. 4th 5-8pm...Read More
Guest curators Julie Zarate and David Pilgrim are proud to invite you to discover the obsession of assemblage. Refreshments will be available.
A celebration of Mexican wrestling (Lucha Libre), curated by Joshua C. Mares & Lizbeth Ortiz. Body Art by Christian Navarrete and costume contest both nights.
The Blue Dozen Collective’s first group exhibition is billed as a diverse examination of struggle and justification. Featuring Bryan Cope, Briks, Teri Lazardi, and Robert...Read More
A one-night show featuring 40 members of the collective, curated by Micheal Wooten, Claire Richards, and M.H. Draper
Art pieces in various ink and pen formats. Artists participating include Patricia Corron, Blue 130, April Murphy, Robin Baker, Christian Navarrete, Lizbeth Ortiz, Julia Salazar,...Read More
Works by Nesreen Hussian Alawami, Alex Barber, Mike Corron, Sue Donaldson, Sadia Fagala, Valerie G., Jimmy Houston, Fini Jo, NoL, Robin Baker, Lizbeth Ortiz, Cathy...Read More
A celebration the life and legacy of one of Latin America’s most important artists, featuring a Frida look alike contest, art exhibition, vendor booths, spoken...Read More
Creative souls pay $10 for three feet of wall space to fill with artwork on Post It notes.
A magical journey by a married couple who both work with sculpey clay.
We are continually bombarded with information. News, pictures, advertising, Tweets, Facebook updates, etc. Sometimes connections are made, juxtapositions are discovered. This show celebrates those juxtapositions.