Gallery Shoal Creek
January 13 - February 18, 2017
A show of relief prints by Karen Kunc and Monika Mele. "For Kunc, the natural world is where she finds inspiration; Meler draws on place, referencing memories of her childhood in Poland and her immigration to the U.S. Strong visual imagery and technical fluency have brought each artist international recognition in printmaking."
An exhibition of new works by Austin artist Shawn Camp. In his new paintings, Camp explores “smooth, almost metallic surfaces based on oblique rectangles, linear edges...Read More
A show featuring works by Marc Burckhardt, Ken Hale and Kirk Tatom.
An exhibition of works by René Alvarado. Alvarado’s paintings are inspired by his Mexican roots and his own personal history.
An exhibition of works by Austin artists Sydney Yeager and Katie Maratta.
An exhibition of paintings by Christopher St. Leger. The works in the show explore the experiential benefits of our automotive culture.
Exhibition by New-York-based painter Milt Kobayashi. The show features twelve new narrative works by the artist.
An exhibition of works by Karina Noel Hean and Koichi Yamamoto. “The two artists bring varied print processes to their hybrid works. In unison, the show presents...Read More
An exhibition of works by eighteen Texas artists who are all members of the Texas Sculpture Group.
An exhibition celebrating 50 years of Gallery Shoal Creek.
An exhibition featuring recent paintings by San Angelo artist René Alvarado.
An exhibition of twenty large-scale mixed media paintings as well as an installation of small works by artist Jill Lear–part of her yearlong project exploring...Read More
A show of work by Austin artist Katie Maratta–fifty sliders and a new series of horizon-scapes, shown as part of the the gallery’s celebration of...Read More
Two exhibitions featuring creative reflections of the Texas landscape–Jill Lear’s large scale paintings on paper of historic Texas trees, and Katie Maratta’s small-scale panoramic drawings...Read More
Parallel shows featuring works by two New York painters–Milt Kobayashi and Gregg Kreutz. Kobayashi’s imagery focuses on the female in reflective moods, while Kreutz’s paintings...Read More
A diversity of printmaking techniques are showcased in this exhibition of work by artists Koichi Yamamoto, Karen Kunc, and Sarah Amos, held in conjunction with...Read More
Hoback’s murals and sculpted fetishes, created from hand-dug clay and natural minerals, reference the ancients and are inspired by the cave drawings near Galisteo, NM....Read More
In his exploration of light and surfaces, Shawn Camp continues to present dualistic, cyclical relationships through translucent and reflective light and the application of geometry...Read More
New work from Burckhardt, Cohen, and Yeager, all Austin-based artists.
New works from Austin-based Hean and Dallas-based Huddleston, both painters.
A group exhibition celebrating the artwork of eight members of the UT faculty who will be retiring in 2013: Thelma Coles, Tom Druecker, Mark Goodman,...Read More
Three artists find common ground in a desire to create order in the world around them.
Noted Austin artists working on the fringes of landscape.
Five artists whose work incorporates printmaking, drawing, installation and sculptural works of hand-made paper. Including works by Marc Burckhardt, Melissa Jay Craig, Sandra C. Fernandez,...Read More
Lehrer grew up in Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion neighborhood. He has fond memories of his life there and says his first two true passions were art...Read More
Figurative painting by a former illustrator that distills the essence of a passing moment or a contemplative mood.
Camp explores the human need to create order from disorder. The marked landscape becomes a metaphor for this basic human need to create order from...Read More
Gallery Shoal Creek presents the exhibition PAPER 2, a group show featuring Melissa Jay Craig, Catherine Dudley, Karen Kunc, Leonard Lehrer, and Francesca Samsel. The...Read More
ESTABLISHED PARAMETERS features an installation of large-scale paintings by Austin artist Shawn Camp. Camp draws from the landscape as seen from above in his highly...Read More