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Sewing the Line

H. Paxton Moore Art Gallery, El Centro College

November 3 - December 5, 2014

The five Latina artists in the exhibition each use sewing as an important technical and cultural signifier in their artwork. Candace M. Briceño (Austin), Margarita Cabrera (El Paso), Emily Donjuan (Dallas), Rosemary Meza-DesPlas (Dallas), and Consuelo J. Underwood (San Jose, CA).



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The End

A group show focusing on the theme of endings, as artists look at life and death, relationships, and the apocalypse. Featuring works in a variety […]

Young American Talent

A juried exhibition of high school visual arts students from the North Texas area. This year’s show will feature 112 artworks in all media, chosen from […]

Objective Strategies

The follow-up to last summer’s focus exhibition on two-dimensional art, this show features an emphasis on three-dimensional and time-based media. Artists: Alison Starr (w/Tol Hay), […]

Jackie and Main Street

An examination of  the influence of Jacqueline Kennedy on fashion retail during the early 1960s.

Studio/Active: Advanced Studio Exhibition

The H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery at El Centro College presents its annual exhibition of student work from their advanced studio courses. Work will range […]

Surface and Mark

Surface and Mark is an exhibition exploring the basic elements of two-dimensional art making. There will be one work, or discrete installation, by each of […]

Young American Talent

Art by North Texas High School Art Students. This year’s jurors include: LauraLee Brott – Membership Coordinator, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary; Lucy Kirkman – Artist […]

Lift Off: Advanced Studio Exhibition

The annual exhibition of student work from El Centro’s advanced studio courses. Approximately 3 dozen works from 25 student artists.

Stephen Lapthisophon: Distinction

Ordinary objects presented formally with accompanying wall texts to investigate the ways in which we use categorization and labeling in an effort at structuring our […]

Young American Talent

Open to all North Texas High School Art Students, it’s an annual juried competition, sponsored by the Visual Arts Guild of Booker T. Washington Art […]

Claire Ashley: Fluorescent Pop

Five large-scale inflatable sculptures, each tinged with expressive spray painted patterns and duct tape. Ashley, an MFA graduate of The School of the Art Institute […]

Rise Above: Advanced Studio Exhibition

25 of El Centro College’s advanced fine art students, and work from instructors Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Omar Hernandez, Barbara Armstrong, and Krystal Read. New Gallery Director […]

El Centro College Visual Fine Art Faculty Exhibition

Faculty artists Brian Fridge, Randall Garrett, Andy Myers, Krystal Read, Michael Anthony, Barbara Armstrong, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Carlos Donjuan, Brett Dyer, Matthew Guest, Omar Hernandez, Chaitra […]

Luminous Discharge

Check out works by Carol Benson, Janet Chaffee, Candice Chase, Steve Cruz, Angel Fernandez, Randall Garrett, John Hartley, Benito Huerta, Ryder Richards, Sue Ann Rische, […]

Introductions - West Show

H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery at El Centro College presents the exhibition Introductions – West, Recent Works by Students of TCU, TCC-NW, and TWU. […]

2010 Young American Talent

A Regional High School Art Competition sponsored by The Visual Arts Guild of Booker T. Washington School for the Performing Arts and Visual Arts. Over […]

Faculty Show

Pictured is Omar Hernandez’s freedom truck yay!

Elegant Equations

Elegant Equations features sculptures in wood and mixed media materials by artist Ronald Watson, TCU Chairman/Gallery Director, Department of Art and Art History of Fort […]