Gremillion & Co. Fine Art
This auction offers a selection of artworks from 69 contemporary artists from 28 countries in Europe, Latin America, Asia, North America, the Middle East and […]
A three-gallery exhibition of installations, paintings and drawings.
Images of rainfall appear as shapes, patterns,and lines.
Nicola Parente is interested in the lessons offered by the sea. From his childhood Parente has been shaped and inspired by his experience of the […]
Gremillion & Co. Fine Art, Inc. presents an exhibition of recent work by Gary Komarin.
Recent work by Parisian artist Quentin Garel. Are they actual fossils? Are they wood? Intricate details and textures on Garelʼs sculptures intrigue viewers who are […]
Erteman’s latest large-scale ceramic wall sculpture, clay vessels and works on paper.
The first Texas exhibition for German painter Erik Offermann. Offermann’s magical landscapes involve perspective and the opposition of closeness and distance.
Recent sculpture by Austin artist John Christensen. Many of the works in this show are related to a large commissioned work recently installed at a […]
French Sculptor Christian Renonciat’s amazingly detailed wooden sculptures of ordinary objects.
Works on paper and canvas: seemingly imprecise in their imagery, austere in palette, self-absorbed in feeling, their surfaces gritty and un-ingratiating, Komarin’s paintings can nevertheless […]
Gremillion & Co. Fine Art in association with The Women’s Institute of Houston hosts the exhibition Nature at the Very Verge, highlighting works on paper […]
Gremillion &Co. Fine Art features paintings by Bruce Brainard in the exhibition Resonance.
Gremillion &Co. Fine Art presents Via Aurelia, an exhibition of recent paintings by German artist, Thomas Zitzwitz.
Check out the preview for the FotoFest 2010 Biennial Fine Print Auction at Gremillion and Co. Fine Art. The auction photographs are also on view […]
Recent paintings by California artist, Jerrold Burchman respond to nature.
Hot DAMN!! Another miniature show, only these works need a microscope, not just a magnifying glass, for viewing. Oh wait–it’s a fundraiser for the Houston […]
Featured artists include Andre Hallet, Armand Jamar, Eugene van Mierlo, Henri Roidot, Jean Henry Julemont, and Eugene Kampf.
New York-based painter Gary Komarin once studied under Philip Guston. Well, we think that’s cool.
Parente‘s new body of work was influenced by the words of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Work by U of H Humanities Professor Fernando Casas.
Scott Harrison’s photographs highlight the global water crisis, in particular the struggle to get clean water to impoverished people around the world.
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Check out those relief sculptures!