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Join galleryHOMELAND, a Portland, Oregon based non-profit arts organization, as they kick the night off with conversation and libations at G Gallery. Director Paul Middendorf...Read More
G Gallery kicks off its Fall schedule with an exhibition in collaboration with Open Press Studios, in celebration of New American Paintings Volume #90. The...Read More
Brian Neil Sensabaugh’s assemblages and installations created from found objects are on view in Bless My Sole at G Gallery. Sensabaugh calls the process of...Read More
In Ready to Rumble? Maria Cristina Jadick engages viewers in an interactive dialogue about U.S. Foreign Policy and the conflicting ramifications of U.S. influence in...Read More
The Apama Mackey Gallery’s 2nd Visual Stimulus Package is coming to H-town May 29! Apama Mackey Gallery brings this event together again with Keep Houston...Read More
Check out what’s going on at G Gallery with new work by Kelly Alison in State of Denial!
Check out what’s going on at the G with Bryan Kuntz’s photographs in My America. Stop by the gallery for their Fotofest opening on March...Read More
featuring Indian artists, Bari Kumar, Om Soorya, Laxman Aelay, and Rahul Mitra
Katy Anderson and Patrick Medrano.
G Gallery presents work by Box 13er Whitney Riley, in an exhibit titled Goddesses, Shed Your Parasol At The Field of Battle.
G Gallery presents work by members of Seattle’s artist-run space Shift, including Garth Amundson, Pierre Gour, Sharon Birzer, Mary Coss, Kamla Kakaria, Jessie Lyle, Claire...Read More
If you haven’t seen Kathy Kelly‘s tire-based works, now is the time. She’s been featured in lots of shows lately, including ones at The Art...Read More
G Gallery presents work by Texas Tech adjunct instructor, curator (Ulterior Motifs), and well-known Texas artist Bryan Wheeler.
Featuring Jim Brown, David Graeve, and Mais
G Gallery presents work by self-taught artist Hans Molzberger.
Houston-based artist and Rice University sculpture professor George Smith presents new work.
New work by Austin-based artist Bill Hailey
Collins‘ mixed media paintings on black and white photographs reflect his travels and exploration of the Nuengahanen and Bugenwald concentration camp.
Learning! Leading! We’re interested in the way inventive minds work!! Lienhard, the voice of NPR’s Engines of Our Ingenuity, is a mechanical engineering prof at...Read More
"Jeff is founder and co-curator of a travelling Texas Art Extravaganza known as ULTERIOR MOTIFS. Begun in 1999 in Lubbock,Texas, UM started as an annual...Read More
A big group show.
Includes a wide variety of artists all of whom use clay in very non-tradition ways. Come see what: Candice Austin, Keith Esktam, Whitney Forsyth, Juan...Read More