Holly Johnson Gallery
An exhibition featuring paintings by Houston-based artist David Aylsworth.
Reflect 2017 is a new floor installation by Austin-based artist Margo Sawyer. The piece explores concepts of color, light, physicality and materials.
A show of new ink drawings on canvas by Houston-based artist John Adelman. The pieces explore the material qualities of ink.
A show of new paintings and sculptures by Texas artist Tommy Fitzpatrick. The works in the exhibition are inspired by a 1940 Frank Lloyd Wright architectural project...Read More
A show of new paintings by Austin-based artist Micheal Young. The abstract, geometric pieces in the exhibition use language drawn from a variety of sources, including: Mimbres...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Brooklyn and Dallas-based painter Michelle Mackey. The pieces in the show “explore dream like landscapes in relationship to time and...Read More
A show of new works by Miami-based artist William Betts. The paintings in the exhibition are inspired by technological processes and created through an automated technique.
A show of new paintings, sculptures, and prints by Dallas artist Joan Winter. The works in the exhibition explore ideas of inquiry, time, memory, movement, and...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Dallas artist Douglas Leon Cartmel. While some of the works in the show draw from graphic mapping of the atmosphere, others...Read More
A show of works by Los Angeles artist Dion Johnson. “Johnson’s paintings and works on paper combine and explore dynamic opposites: expansiveness and compression, darkness and...Read More
A show of envelope collages by James Drake. The works in the show draw on ideas of mail and communication.
An exhibition of new works by Weatherford-based artist James Buss. In his work, the artist employs plaster and monotypes to explore slight gestures and the evocation of...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by the recently appointed “Texas State Artists for 2015 & 2016″—Dornith Doherty (Southlake), Dario Robleto (Houston), Margo Sawyer (Austin), and Vincent...Read More
An exhibition of minimalist paintings by artist Anna Bogatin. Inspired by nature and Buddhism’s meditative aspects, New Paintings takes on themes of connecting with one’s homeland,...Read More
An exhibition featuring paintings by David Aylsworth, Todd Chilton, Joseph Cohen, Geoff Hippenstiel, Warren Isensee, Dion Johnson, and James Lumsden.
An exhibition of painted paper constructions and gouaches by Los Angeles-based artist Matt Rich. The works are process-based and are a product of their creation.
An exhibition of new encaustic paintings by Belgian artist Raphaëlle Goethals.
Works by Bret Slater. The artist on his process: “My work is about painting as object, and it can embody the essence of life, of a living...Read More
An exhibition of thread drawings and sculptures that “articulate a world bridging the domestic and the fantastical, the visual and the literary, the child and...Read More
An exhibition of collages and altered book pages by Dallas-based artist Matthew Cusick. Using ephemera from daily life, Cusick examines identity while reconstructing printed matter.
An exhibition of work by the gallery’s previous interns–all from area BFA programs. Artists include Julianne Rose Aguilar, Eva Aldridge, Megan Armstrong, Shoragim Amir, Robert...Read More
An exhibition of ink drawings by artist Todd Camplin, who uses words and phrases as starting points for his imagery.
A group exhibition commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Holly Johnson Gallery and featuring work by several of the gallery’s artists.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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.