September 10 - November 12, 2016
WHAT IS FOR DESSERT? is an exhibition of works by Brazilian artist Maria Adair.EMPTY SPACES is an exhibition of works by Michelle Matthews
Work by Jane Ewen. In this show, “Jane Ewen adds translucent and reflective qualities to her media in overlapping layers that interact with the observer in...Read More
An exhibition of work by Stacy Kuropata. In this show, “Stacy Kuropata capture and preserve a glimpse of our universe and show its connection to our...Read More
An exhibition of works by artist Mona Lisa Brocchini.
A group exhibition featuring work by the top 50 works chosen in Spectra’s summer art contest, including work by winning artists J.M.M. Barkovich, Marguerite Baldwin,...Read More
A show of new ceramics and paintings by artist Maryam Lavaf–each first inspired by a single sound.
An exhibition of abstract paintings by Houston-based artist Brian James Thompson.
Described as a Minimalist flirting with complexity, Meyer presents more than 20 sculptures in various found materials.
New paintings from Vincent Fink, a Houston-based illustrator.
“Color is the voice of Kelyne’s paintings,” says Arthur Turner, artist and instructor at Glassell School of Art.
A kidney pathologist makes paintings inspired by what she sees in the microscope.
Along with works by Tania Botelho, Ruben Bello, Bill Brenza, Veronica, Dyer, Jerrie Gast, Raquel Kreipe, Maryam Lavaf, David Lloyd, Jane Ewen, Kelyne Reis, James...Read More
Spjut, who is also a nurse, explores the subject of children/women abuse in paintings.