Galveston Arts Center

http://www.contemporaryartgalveston.org/

(409) 763-2403

2501 Market Street

Galveston, TX 77550

Get directions

CURRENT



PAST

Robin Myers + Keliy Anderson-Staley

A collaboration with Houston Center for Photography. Works by Robin Myers and Keliy Anderson-Staley (one of whose tintype portraits is pictured).

Pat Colville: A Celebration

A Celebration features five decades of work, spanning paintings, drawings, works on paper and most recently, sculpture. Colville’s work and compositions focus on geometric shapes […]

Conversations @ The Center: Keith Carter

Galveston Arts Center’s lecture series with a special presentation by Carter.  Carter will discuss his work and career followed by a conversation with curator Clint […]

Hillerbrand+Magsamen: Home Improvement

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 […]

Conversations @ The Center

Photo presentations and discussion with artists Maggie Fuller and Diane Falkenhagen. Each artist will give a 20 minute photo presentation about their work followed by […]

Jane Allensworth: Recent Works

This exhibition features both paintings and works on paper. Curator Clint Willour will lead a gallery talk beginning at 6:30 pm during ArtWalk.

Remembering Susan Shirley Eckel: Selected Works

An exhibition featuring work completed throughout her life. Eckel’s monotypes and pastels feature idyllic, peaceful scenes.  Curator Clint Willour will lead a gallery talk beginning at […]

The Story… featuring Troy Woods

Woods creates sculpture out of wood and steel that create a dialog and tell a story. Curator Clint Willour will lead a gallery talk with the […]

David Politzer: When You’re Out There

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: You, Me & Diane

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 […]

Kelly O’Connor: Rock City

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 […]

Marcelyn McNeil: Bent into Shape

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 […]

Curtis Gannon: Never Enough

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 […]

The Drawing Room, Part 2

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), […]

Daniel Mcfarlane: In Industry

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 […]

Robert Pruitt: Recent Drawings

Recent drawings by Houston artist Robert Pruitt combine elements of SciFi, hiphop culture, and comic book graphics with black political and social issues.

HJ Bott: A 40 Year Celebration

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 […]

Conversations at the Center: Eric Schnell and Ann Wood

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 […]

Charlotte Smith: dot, dot, dot

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.

Kamila Szczesna: Fleeting

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 […]

Sarah Williams: Outside the County Seat

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 […]