Holly Johnson Gallery
February 21 - May 9, 2015
With the support of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Dornith Doherty traveled across the Australian continent with x-ray equipment to photograph rare and critically threatened plants. This exhibition features new collages made from these x-rays.
New paintings and a suite of letterpress prints in which artist Kim Cadmus Owens brings nostalgic imagery of structures, signs and words into contemporary contexts.
An artist whose work evokes both memory and the “gaps, sinkholes, and other chasms” found in our experiences, Gael Stack is one of the most […]
Mike Osborne’s Monopoly translates the game board’s Mondrian-like map into photographs that grapple with the Atlantic City’s complicated past and present. His conversion of the […]
New paintings from Fitzpatrick. If you haven’t seen his recent stuff, go check it out. He’s moved away from skyscraper facades and is doing pretty […]
A continuing investigation of abstraction by both artists and the first time their works will be seen together. These painting exude an object-like physicality.
New paintings exploring cultural memory and visual erosion.
Hippenstiel’s abstract paintings, made from enamel, wax, and metallic and fluorescent paint are loosely based on photographs of people, landscapes and reproductions of well-known artworks.
Bogatin considers herself as much of a philosopher as a painter and takes her inspiration from Buddhism.
In these new drawings on paper and panel, Adelman adheres to rules that determine their outcome.
October 12 – December 21, 2013 Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 6 -8 pm Also on view M A T T R I […]
Holly Johnson Gallery announces an exhibition of new cut paper paintings and gouaches by San Diego-based artist Matt Rich. Using compositional structures that make his process […]
Featuring Anna Bogatin, Todd Camplin, Theresa Chong, Jillian Conrad, Jacob El Hanani, Sharon Engelstein, Nicole Phungrasamee Fein, Christopher French, Richard Nix, Lauren Seiden, and Mark […]
Holly Johnson Gallery presents an opening of new work by H-Town’s own David Aylsworth. To celebrate Aylsworth’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery a catalogue […]
Three animations: Carrier, The Bridge, and Hedge, and two wall sculptures based on Merge, a site specific installation inspired by the Frank Gehry designed addition […]
Delicate works on rice paper reference opera, architecture, calligraphy, and literature.
Silhouetted electrical transformers and their distribution lines turn into calligraphic drawings or alternative music scores, executed in black drawing ink and coffee
Photographs from many repeated meditative field trips – yielding serene images of sky, twigs, water, detritus, and small quirks in the environment.
Photographs shot during the artist’s participation in the Center for Land Use Interpretation’s Wendover Residence Program, and presented first at the artist’s summer 2012 residency […]
New paintings inspired by a 2008 trip to glamorous seven-story glass Tokyo Prada store by Herzog & de Meuron.
Word art paintings informed by post-structural theory.
Ten paintings from 2006 to the present.
The artist, a tireless and meticulous mark maker, will show ten recent ink drawings, each measuring 18 x 18 inches.
Betts’ signature precision-machined paintings of both outdoor and interior spaces created by drilling hundreds of thousands of holes in the back of acrylic mirrors and […]
New York-based Spanish artist Murado is “fascinated with the alchemy of paint.” He’s been honored with many of Spain’s highest awards for painting.
X-ray collages exploring the role of seed banks and their preservation efforts in the face of climate change, the extinction of natural species and decreased […]
Stack’s new drawings continue to explore the ephemeral nature of memory with fragments of words and images, often layered over one another. The new UT […]
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–8 pm Jones’ blunt, minimal sculpto-paintings alternate in hue and texture, some flat, some polished, some pitted, with the heightened physicality […]
Adelman’s third solo show with Holly Johnson continues to follow the rules of rule-based art with more excruciatingly micromanaged images.
Kim Squaglia layers painted patterns and microscopic structures between coats of resin to create paintings which are abstract, botanical, aquatic and musical, like the Classical […]
In this confused, busy world of the simulacrum, artists are turning more and more to the basic building blocks of art making to shine a […]
Holly Johnson Gallery announces the opening of Virginia Fleck: Consumed, an exhibition of recent mandala collages by this Austin based artist. Fleck’s mandalas are intricately […]
Holly Johnson Gallery brings in the New Year with an exhibition of recent photographs by Mike Osborne. In Papers and Trains, Osborne brings together two […]