Gaddis Geeslin Gallery
SHSU: Department of Art
Huntsville, TX 77340
CURRENTno current events
An exhibition featuring work by SHSU professors Martin Amorous, Chris Cascio, Melissa Glasscock, Ronald Hollinshead, Pat Lawler, Daniel McFarlane, Tudor Mitroi, Edward Morin, Valerie Powell, and...Read More
An exhibition of works by Lauren Clay, Shaun Griffiths, Heather Joy Puskarich, and Jessica Simorte.
An exhibition of recent work by Debra Barrera and Kelly O’Connor. Creating a sense of memory, the works in the show suggest a shared past or...Read More
Graphic design majors senior exhibition, including new work by Emily Barrow, Katie Bledsoe, Brittney Butler, Kari Cook, Brittany Crowson, Haley Dolive, Amanda Garza, Taylor Guest,...Read More
An exhibition of student work, juried by artist Jim Nolan.
A student exhibition in which artists Erika Aguirre, Colton Clifford, Amber Eggleton, Frank Graham, Jacob Jaso, Ashton Leath, Krystal Murray, and Justin Zachary investigate ideas...Read More
An exhibition featuring a wide variety of new painting, photography, drawing, graphic design, video, sculpture, and installation work by 12 artists who teach in the...Read More
Like most performance art, this could be phenomenal or it could be awful, but most likely will be memorable. This is the 5th year GGG...Read More
David Politzer and Krista Steinke explore the dialog between humans and nature from two distinct perspectives. Steinke’s work depicts nature in a distorted or illusionary...Read More
Guest Juror Heyd Fontenot will select the student artworks.
Bradford and Ziperstein met while attending graduate school at the California Institute of the Arts. Mutual interests in mid-century modern furniture, architectural tours, and Buffy...Read More
Featuring: Amorous, Hollingshead, Lawler, McFarlane, Mitroi, Morin, Powell, Seifert, Sowa.
A one night only event featuring live performance art, video and video installations from the 13 students in Professor Annie Strader’s Performance and Video Art...Read More
This exhibit will include drawings, animation and mixed media by the three Houston-based artists that reflect on personal experience, ordinary people placed in extraordinary situations,...Read More
Images of “Victoriana, pugilism (the art or practice of fighting with fists), and medical anomalies.
An exhibition exploring line, form and text, including works by Kana Harada, Jen Hofer, John Pluecker, Dawn Pendergast, and Trish Ramsay.
A selection of performance video works by: Adan De La Garza, Tobias Fike and Matt Harris, Kate Gilmore, Leslie Hall, Casey McGuire, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Linda...Read More
Curated by Rebecca Finley
Using seeds from the Monsanto Corporation, edible plants are grafted onto robotic or remote controlled bases to become an organism with no clear heritage and...Read More
Including works by Martin Amorous, Frank Golden, Kathy Kelley, Patrick Lawler, Tudor Mitroi, Edward Morin, Valerie Powell, Diana Salles and Tom Seifert.
Berenc’s endurance drawings allow her to re-experience existence, but in a slower and fully conscious way. Tomiko Jones’ photographic installation looks at how, through migration...Read More
The SHSU Department of Art presents The 11th Annual SHSU Juried Student Art Exhibit. This year, the show is juried by Houston sculptor Sharon Kopriva!...Read More
Photography exhibition featuring Dick Lane, Cara Brewer Thompson, Vaughn Wascovich and Kimberly Witham.
Benjamin Duke, Karina Hean, and Dawn Hunter
featuring the artwork of Benjamin Duke, Karina Hean (shown), and Dawn Hunter
This exhibit features work by South Texas artists, including Curtis Miller, Michelle Smythe, Jesus De La Rosa, Mike Stevens, Ricardo Ruiz, Paul Valadez, and short...Read More
SHSU presents work by the current art faculty, including visiting scholar Jiyoon Kim (shown).
Featuring work by Derek Coté, Benjamin Entner, and Jason Godeke. And don’t miss Derek Coté’s gallery talk at the reception about his installation, "God is...Read More
Featuring SHSU faculty members Buster Graybill, Jasmyne Graybill (shown), and Summer Zickefoose.
Includes: Michael Ferris, Michael Hart and Alfred Quiroz showcases three very diverse artists from the Southwest region.