May 6 - 27, 2017
Rebirth in the Garden is a performance installation written and directed by Terrance Brooks and featuring visual and costume designs by Dustin Box. Through its setting, a twenty-first century version of the Garden of Eden, Brooks' performance deals with issues of pollution and our need to protect the environment.
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.
Haley-Henman continues the exhibition, Favorites and Previews, with Part 2. The twelve participating artists include Betsy Daves Bass, John Bramblitt, David Mitchell Dillard, Jerry Lee...Read More
Haley-Henman presents new works that use lenticular media in Megacities by Christopher Lee Martin. Works by Ken O’Toole and Matthew Chapman are also exhibited.
Haley-Henman Gallery presents an exhibition of paintings by Esther Ritz along with Jorge Misium’s inaugural exhibition at the gallery.
Summer Series 10 is a group exhibition featuring the work of Anthony Bolton, John Bramblitt, Dorothy Clarke, and Bob Johnson. This annual Summer Series exhibition...Read More
Jon Walz and HALEY-HENMAN will each be donating 10% of sales to Camp Esperanza, a camp for children that have been diagnosed with cancer.
Haley-Henman Gallery premiers eighteen recent paintings by Jon Walz featured in the Main Gallery along with Jason LaJudice’s collection of ten sculptures entitled, Face to...Read More
Haley-Henman Gallery brings together the work of wife and husband Gisela-Heidi Strunck and Jürgen Strunck. Heidi’s sculptures are paired with Jürgen’s prints of geometric abstractions.
A special two day exhibition presenting 20 photographers including David Lyles, Les Hall, Kenda North, Howard Milner, Scott Jenke, Chuck Reed, Joshua King, John O’Donnell,...Read More
featuring work by Sussan Afrasiabian, Sunny Jacquet (shown), Shari Hornish, and Brenda McKinney
featuring work by Betsy Daves Bass, Dorothy Clarke, Caroline Cook, Pierre Durand, Bob Johnson, Jane Kleve, Jim Kraus, Sheila Mann, Christopher Lee Martin (shown), Karen...Read More
Breaking the Sound Barrier features work by Annie Davis, George Davis, Riyad El-Masri, Amalia Zelaya El-Masri, Jeff Hatch, KeLaine Kvale, Christopher R. Morgan, Rene Parnell,...Read More
Featuring work by Gisa Elwazir, Elisabeth Schalij, and Silvia Thornton (shown).
Haley-Henman hosts the Texas Sculpture Association‘s juried membership exhibition, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Haley-Henman presents Summer Series No. 2, featuring two separate shows; Cassandra Fink‘s Bottanica Lapidaria, Rounding Off The Edges and David Clanton’s Raw Luminosity. Joshua Stone‘s...Read More
The first of three summer shows at the gallery, this round features the work of Joshua Stone, Jane Kleve (shown), and Christopher Lee Martin.
New work by Dallas-based artists Sonya Shinn Edwards (shown), Laura Walters Abrams, and Joshua Stone.