Gallery 219 at Eastfield College
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“Favio Moreno is a self-taught artist working in painting, printmaking, and design whose art cultivates Latin, American, and Pop Culture. In Blinds, Moreno presents his sculptures...Read More
Close-up Magic is a site-specific installation by artist Kathy Lovas. The work is created using text-based photographic works and sculptural installations that are interspersed from several of...Read More
“Working primarily in drawing and painting, Dyemond Obryan’s approach to art-making is like that of a Zen Buddhist. His work doesn’t address one singular subject...Read More
A show featuring works by artists teaching in the Department of Visual Arts at Eastfield College and one artist of their choosing. Participating artists include: Eric...Read More
An installation by artist Shamsy Roomiani. The works in the show take inspiration from the overlooked beauty of nature.
An exhibition of sculptures and prints created during Blasko’s residency at the Charles Adams Studio Project in Lubbock, Texas. The works use ritualized ceremony to examine...Read More
Does photography have meaning in our social media-infested world? “Sensuous World” says YES! Featuring works by Kalee Appleton, Rachael Banks (pictured), Robert Beam, Roxanne Cottongame,...Read More
A show celebrating the late ceramic artist James Watral, including works spanning two decades of his career as well as the famed napkins that preserve...Read More
McGuire and Palmer use found materials address the ideas of memory, survival, and change.
Willburn creates abstracted works based on photographs taken in his home and studio.
7 artists – Alison Starr, Hannah Hudson, Stephen Lapthisophon, Cynthia Mulcahy and Robert Hamilton, Tom Sale, and Erik Tosten construct meaning in the physical and...Read More
A “quilt of digital memory” made from old compact discs and a participatory event created by the addition of two Theremins serving as conduits through...Read More
Artworks made by high school students in the Mesquite ISD advanced placement art program
We eat them, pet them, study them and collect them, and sometimes we make art about them. Artists Buster Graybill, Allison Hunter, Jules Buck Jones,...Read More
Not all comics involve a scantily clad wonder woman or a do-gooder superhero. Curated by Iris Bechtol and Josh Rose, In(k)dependent examines the work of...Read More
Bisetto’s newest body of work explores time: days, months and years are recorded poetically on folded paper, mirrors, and in song lyrics.
Ex-Dallas artist Jennifer Pepper left city life six years ago for rural Tennessee, where days spent outside exploring with her two young boys provide fodder...Read More
Gallery 219 at Eastfield College presents Trish Igo and Jill OBriens in Crowd of Drifters: The Collection. Since 2005, artists Trish Igo and Jill OBrien...Read More
Gallery 219 at Eastfield College presents work by Eastfield College Art Faculty in Objects, Representations, and Discourse. Exhibiting artists include Iris Bechtol, Mickey Bruce, Rebecca...Read More
Multimedia artist and writer, Stephen Lapthisophon, addresses questions of language, history and cultural memory within his work. His exhibition, Specificity—photographs in situ and seasonal fruit,...Read More
Using historical documents such as letters, photograph, drawings, and events as source materials in her work, Rebecca Carter explores the "collision between subjectivity and knowledge"...Read More
Temporary Occupants is an exhibition of site referential works curated by Iris Bechtol and David Willburn at Eastfield College’s Gallery 219. Artists include Terri Thornton,...Read More
Jim Burton and David Willburn’s work using household furnishings.
Gallery 219 presents an installation project is by professor of 3D Design and Sculpture, Jorge Misium.
Check out new work by West Texas artist and director of Lubbock’s Art Depot, Ryder Richards.
Focusing on artists who use paper as their primary medium On Paper includes: Paul Greco, Peter Ligon, Jessica McCambly and Sunny Sliger. Take a trip...Read More
Come find out what the artists consider painting!