Galleri Urbane Dallas
January 7 - February 11, 2017
A show of works by Berkeley, California-based artist Mel Davis. "Davis rejects the notion of communicating objectives or ideologies within her work, wholly devoted to the making of paintings not trapped by concepts or styles that impede more fluid process. Instead, the artist prefers to riff on one theme among many different styles."
“Paintings, Process, Materials, Textures is a study of the contemporary resurgence of painting in its many forms.” The exhibition features works by Eric Shaw, Anna Kunz,...Read More
A show of works by Arkansas-based artist Loring Taoka. Taoka’s sculptures play with the viewer’s ideas of perception and encourage close looking.
A show of works by Donald Martiny. With his gestural sculptures, Martiny “breaks down painting to its most elemental origin: the brushstroke.”
An exhibition of works by artist Gail Peter Borden. In this body of work, Borden focuses on the materials and functionality of found objects.
An exhibition of works by Dallas-based artist Cat Rigdon. The works on the show reflect a meditative state of mind occupied by the artist.
An exhibition of paintings by Dallas-based artist Danny Rose. The works are inspired by natural and emotional landscapes the artist encounters in his life.
An exhibition of works by gallery-represented and visiting artists.
An exhibition of sculptural paintings and works on paper by Indiana-based artist Rachel Hellmann. Through their physical qualities, the pieces in the show question the notion...Read More
An exhibition by Chicago-based artist Dylan Cale Jones. The work in the show explores “Jones’ perception of the concept of “work” and the psychological effects associated...Read More
An exhibition of works by Brooklyn-based artist . The pieces in the show blend “pop culture and mass advertising with digital technology and material examination.”
An exhibition of works that reference Area 51, the secret military base in Nevada. Dell on this concept: “This is a reference to our human tendency...Read More
An exhibition of works “nspired on percussive rhythms and Corbusier’s classic Dom-ino Effect, so-called because the houses could be linked end to end like dominos,...Read More
Collaged paintings and thread-based drawings from hometown favorite David Willburn. His first solo show!
Breiling’s newest paintings were created during a monthlong residency in Marfa, TX.
An exhibition of works by Jessica Drenk. Inspired by patterns in nature, Drenk’s work synthesizes natural shapes and materials.
A juried exhibition featuring paintings by 9 artists from around the country, including Matthew Craig, Brent Hallard, Lindsey Landfried, Lori Larusso, Melinda Laszczysnki, Danny Rose,...Read More
A solo exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Kansas City-based artist Jessica Simorte.
An exhibition of artist Irby Pace’s photographs in which colored, floating clouds activate the negative spaces of the environments.
A large, solo exhibition by artist, architect, and author Gail Peter Borden, whose works act together as an entire installation wrapping around the gallery as...Read More
Jeffrey Cortland Jones’ abstract paintings and drawings are subtle and layered–inspired in part by the common, urban phenomenon of blocks of wall paint covering graffiti.
Binchy, scrunchy, colorful abstractions made from reclaimed billboard vinyl.
A collection of new paintings by San Francisco-based artist Mel Prest. She says: “I layer conflicting personal references, such as fog colors, music, fabric and thought...Read More
50 large-format landscape photographs from Brett Weston (1911 – 1993), including shots from Mexico, California, Texas, Europe, Alaska, Hawaii and elsewhere.
Works from Isabella Bur, Josephine Durkin, Cat Rigdon, Kelly Kroener, Samantha McCurdy, Eli Walker, Jay Giroux, Liz Rodda, Owen Drysdale, Brian Ryden and Dylan Jones.
Photographs of colorful smoke clouds.
Masterfully-made, playful prints.
Hall makes work that reference flora, clouds, water, and cellular structures.
New works by Kate Carr, Jason Willaford, Allie Pohl, Gail Peter Borden, and introducing Claire Ashley, Delanie Jenkins and Leah Rosenberg.
Drenk takes everyday objects and turns them into caverns, sprawling forms or undulating structures.
Irby Pace injects color into the urban landscape in the form of colored “smoke.”