An exhibition featuring artist Terry Maker’s latest sculptural works, which incorporate commonplace objects and reflect ideas of the human condition and the quest for redemption.
ERC presents a program of short films by Jeremy Moss, including his Super8 surrealist documentary Those Inescapable Slivers of Celluloid, hand-made abstract films, dance films […]
Jenny Granberry’s watercolor portraits, Jaelah Kuehmichel’s mixed media paintings, and Joe Sinness’ colored pencil drawings dissect social undercurrents, personal identities, and cultural language.
Mixed media paintings focus on winged insects, arthropods, and the even smaller organisms that live within them.
Legacy and heritage are the key influence of this two-artist show featuring mixed media paintings.
Lawrence presents drawings, sculptures and videos “where the theme of nourishment and its relationship to gender, sexuality and ritual is explored.”
Andy Mann (1947-2001) was a seminal video artist in the 1970s and 80s, known in particular for his wonderful street tapes shot in the then-rough […]
Michael Anthony Garcia is an Austin artist.
The reading series organized by Dan Boehl and Cindy St. John continues. Readings start at 8 pm, featuring the writings of Dan Boehl, Katy Chrisler […]
The culminating exhibition of The Contemporary’s inaugural 2014, a six-month program that combines group critique with professional development to emerging artists in the Austin area. […]
Works by Raul Gonzalez & Julon Pinkston that either use everyday materials such as bits of plastic, cardboard, and duct tape, or replicate those materials […]
The grand opening of grayduck’s new location features San Antonio artist Lester’s detailed amalgamations of plant species inspired by genetic modification.
After three and a half years in South Austin, grayDUCK will be closing the door on its gallery space for a move to the Eastside. […]
This exhibition showcases three artists who use old world flavors and dark folk tales to tell a story. Acrylic paintings by Stephanie Chambers and mixed […]
Hair grows back – Life goes on. Three artists that create complex sculptural work that uses hair and hair products as their medium, curated by […]
During the 2012 East Austin Studio Tour, Salvador Castillo brought back the 3rd annual “Eyes Got It!” competition, during which local arts professionals critiqued artists’ […]
This exhibition combines narrative oil paintings by Pat Snow with mixed media constructions by Matthew John Winters. These works examine the process of reworking captured […]
Kaci Beeler, Kristin Hogan, Katy Horan, Katy O’Conner & Katie Rose Pipkin.
Exploring the spaces between reality and imagined perceptions where characters bear witness to an internal narrative of memories and relationships. This exhibition features three artists that […]
A new installation by Will Grant, PJ Maracle & Ross Yates of Crim City Collective from Oakland, California focuses on major action, instant information and […]
9 local and national artists from Grayduck’s past and future. Featuring Regina Allen, Adrian Landon Brooks, Cheryl Finfrock, D.C. Ice, Megan Kimber, Amy Kligman, Amy […]
In conjunction with the Texas Book Festival, Boston-based photographer Henry Horenstein will exhibit a selection of works from his monograph Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country […]
Shea Little, Joseph Phillips, and Jana Swec, are founding members of the non-profit gallery and studio complex Big Medium, the East Austin Studio Tour, and […]
Winner of the 2nd annual “Eyes Got It!” competition, Brown constructs still lifes based on recorded stories told by her father, Garth Brown.
The official launch of Mystery Spot 2: Nature’s Nation, a book featuring work exploring contemporary ideas of nature and place by artists Kate Casanova, Caleb […]
This exhibition explores humans’ longstanding love affair with animals and how that affects them and their landscape. This show features ceramics by Calder Kamin, paintings […]
Mixed media by Becky Joye and Rebecca Rothfus and watercolors by Jason Webb expplore our sense of places and memories associated with them.
The two artists contine their collaboration that began with Identity Crisis (2011, grayDUCK Gallery).
The show will try to look at death as necessary companion and active agent in the pursuit of living well. Featuring works by Suzanne Koett, […]
A show of odd tales waiting to be told. Three artists with meticulous drawing styles and abundant illustrational talent tell them.
True Story features paintings from visual artist, filmmaker and animator Paul Beck, drawings using typewriter carbon and found photography from Minneapolis artist Allen Brewer, and […]
Wapatui is Midwestern for “Trash Can Punch”, “Suicide Punch”, or “Hairy Buffalo”: a drink created by the community. Fifteen fabulous artists mix up a visual […]