Galveston Arts Center
March 8 - April 20, 2014
The collaborative husband and wife visual team draws upon the Fluxus tradition of incorporating humor, performance, video art and everyday objects. They create a conversation about family dynamics, suburban life and American consumer excess which they call “suburban fluxus”.
Galveston Arts Center renews its guest speaker series featuring Galveston and Houston-area visual artists.
David Politzer received a BS in Studio Art from Skidmore College in 1998, and an MFA in Photography from Syracuse University in 2005. In 2012, [...]
Emily Peacock’s “You, Me & Diane” is a series of photographs based on work from the seminal book Diane Arbus: An Aperture Monograph. Peacock has [...]
A selection of Bise’s new and previously unexhibited autobiographical drawings along with Lee’s first solo exhibit since the highly regarded “Beautiful Son” held at Houston’s [...]
The Galveston Arts Center presents Kelly O’Connor’s newest series of large-scale collages and totemic sculptures titled Rock City. The exhibition will open during the July [...]
The Galveston Arts Center presents Marcelyn McNeil’s newest series of large-scale abstract oil paintings. The exhibition will open during the Galveston ArtWalk. beginning at 6:30 [...]
Galveston Arts Center presents an exhibition of recent collagraphs by Galveston artist Marie Leterme, titled Memories, Ghosts and Shadows along with a group exhibition of [...]
Sculptural functionality in contemporary ceramics. Fenci’s survey brings together examples of his ceramic works and working drawings from throughout his career.
Gannon spent much of his artistic life creating paintings 50′s comics, then decided that he wasn’t fully expressing his feelings on the medium and decided [...]
A lively discussion with Galveston-based artists George Bowes and Kamila Szczesna.
Drawings by eight Texas-based women artists, featuring drawings by Debra Barrera (Houston), Jillian Conrad (Houston), Bethany Johnson (Austin), Laura Lark (Houston), Jayne Lawrence (San Antonio), [...]
McFarlane’s draws from his day job as an apprentice with an industrial painting company to examine the connection between function and fine art, contrasting the [...]
Galveston Arts Center is pleased to present the second salon in their series, featuring Galveston-based artists Eric Avery and Martha J. Terrill.
Recent drawings by Houston artist Robert Pruitt combine elements of SciFi, hiphop culture, and comic book graphics with black political and social issues.
The traveling survey of 40 years of work by Houston-based artist HJ Bott, whose unique “Displacement of Volume Concepts” or DoV were hatched right across [...]
Galveston Arts Center’s new “Conversations at the Center” program hosts presentations and discussion by area artists. The inaugural conversation will feature Galveston-based artists Eric Schnell [...]
Collaged retablos, vintage rhinestone jewelry wired to found objects, and new large-scale drawings of flowers on Formica panels.
Compelling images of what constitutes daily life for residents in the Texas-Mexico border town of Cuidad Juarez, by filmmaker and photographer Scott Dalton.
Sharon Joines moved to Wharton, TX in 1973 and has photographed the changes Wharton County has gone through since 2004.
Dallas artist Charlotte Smith’s “trans-dimensional,” works built of multi-colored strata of paint to form dangling stalactites, beaded strings and piles of paint-blob ropes.
Large-scale, organic forms and anatomically-suggestive, life-sized gestures could also be interpreted as something one might only see through the lens of a microscope. Amorphous, bulbous [...]
In recent paintings by Denton-based artist Sarah Williams, carwashes, parking lots and gas stations stand vacant and isolated, surrounded by the cloak of night, hauntingly [...]
Galveston County-based artist Gray combines traditional Japanese calligraphy and Western drawing techniques in 4 large drawings representing the four seasons. Each contains Japanese proverbs entangled [...]
Photographer Isa Leshko makes quiet, intimate black-and-white portraits of animals at the end of their lives. Most of her subjects are farm animals and pets [...]
Inspired by a residency at Florida’s Everglades National Park in 2009, Austin-based artist Jules Buck Jones creates large-scale works on paper featuring amphibians, reptiles and [...]
Informed by melancholic music and dystopian sci-fi films, Michael Guidry‘s semi-abstract, eerily clean paintings are generated via camera and computer to read as both geometric [...]
Check out Patrick Renner‘s beautiful weathered wood sculptures (shown) and Jonathan Leach‘s day-glo colored abstractions.
GAC presents Houston-based artists Patrick Renner’s exhibit titled xylem and Jonathan Leach’s Beauty and the Byproduct (shown).
Featuring Benitez’s digitally-composed color panoramic photographs taken in New York City in 2009 and Houston in 2008 (as seen recently at Lawndale).
Schatz’s miniaturized landscape dioramas are great. He writes, “Inspired in part by the devastating impact of economic or natural disasters, as well as the reinvention [...]
"From the creative team that brought you 2004’s HIWI: Houston. It’s Worth It, Dave Thompson and Randy Twaddle have immortalized last year’s epic storm in [...]
Galveston Arts Center, from their temporary location inside the Panama Hotel, presents new works on paper by Houston-based artist Ken Mazzu.