An exhibition by Dallas-based artist Marius Silaghi. The works in the show focus on simplicity in a moment of time.
An exhibition by Heather Levy. The artist’s installation reflects on the concept of “what might have been” and how one choice can change a person’s life drastically.
An exhibition of works by Angelia Ford. The pieces in the show turn Ford’s memories into visual, abstract compositions through gestural mark-making.
A new sculptural relief by Jill Nonnemacher.
An exhibition of figurative sculptures by Jill Nonnemacher.
A meeting to debate the following question: IF WE DEFINE ART AT PART OF THE REALM OF EXPERIENCE, CAN WE ASSUME THAT AFTER A VIEWER...Read More
An exhibition of works by Saul F. Waranch.
An exhibition featuring works by 2015 juried show winners Pouran Borders, Gisa Elwazir, Angelia Ford, Cindy J. Holmes, Brenda McKinney, Jill Nonnemacher, Jerry E. Smith,...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings from Gisa Elwazir. The works in the show are “a testimony of a powerful creative process that keeps expanding the boundaries of...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Cindy Holmes. Focusing on the concept of the cliché, the paintings within the show are comprised of “symbolic contexts, figurative distortions,...Read More
An exhibition of works by artist Gisa Elwazir. These works were inspired by Elwazir’s life and time spent in Yemen.
An exhibition of three-dimensional watercolors by LD Kingsley. By combining paper and metal surfaces, Kingsley captures oxidation of the metal within the paintings, emphasizing the fragility of the...Read More
An exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Mexico-born, Dallas-based artist Cristina Sánchez.
An exhibition of new paintings by US-based Nepalese artist Arjoon KC.
An exhibition of paintings and monoprints by Dallas-based artist Pouran Borders exploring industrial and urban landscapes on the verge of an apocalypse.
A show of figure, landscape, and portrait paintings by artist Joshua West.
A movement theatre performance by Prism Movement Company with art installations curated by Haley-Henman Gallery exploring the creation of civilization in three stages: darkness, light...Read More
A solo exhibition of recent works by Dallas-based artist Midge Lynn.
Pierre Durand’s paintings on silk, installed in the form of a tent, convey an unfolding silk road journey spanning Asian and European cultures.
Wrapable Christmas gifts! Haley-Henman has invited its artists to show small works installed in a salon manner; each artist will exhibit from five to seven...Read More
Heather Levy makes paintings based on mathematical formulas, in this case formulas specifically related to moving rockets around (the one pictured is titled Time T...Read More
A presentation of ten art installations and collaborations with the Prism Movement Company’s performance of “Galatea.” Performances of “Galatea” are at pm on April 11-13 and 17-19,...Read More
Haley-Henman celebrates the opening of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, designed by Santiago Calatrava, with a special five-day exhibition of photographs.
Features the work by David Clanton, Lee Albert Hill, Alan Robertson, Brett Schneider, and Kitty Alice Snead.
Featuring works by Mark Lesser, Esther Ritz, and Elisabeth Schalij, and introducing gallery newcomers Midge Lynn and Carol Nace.
Sex sells. Sex is our modern world philosophy, stock and trade. Numerous new paintings delve into society’s decaying morals and values, how artistry and craftsmanship...Read More
The third exhibition by Ms. Barth at Haley-Henman this year features oil paintings with “brush stokes that evoke an intense energy for the freedom of...Read More
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–9 pm For El-Masri, being in Wonderland is the process of entering other worlds, personalities, and languages that reflect her multicultural...Read More
Haley-Henman’s fourth consecutive Summer Series, strangely titled Summer Series 11, is a group show of four artists: Pierre Durand, Brenda McKinney, Bob Nunn and Krystal...Read More
Five Series in Paper: Carol Barth, David Mitchell Dillard, Karen Piloto, Terri Thoman, and Jack Warren
Terri Thoman presents a personal expression of domestic abuse 26 original monotypes entitled Death of a Woman, for sale in a custom handmade box. David...Read More
Four new painters at Haley-Henman in the Design District.
Haley-Henman now represents Carol Barth, James Haddock, Lee Hill, and Jack Warren as gallery artists who are featured in the group exhibition Introductions.