September 12 - October 17, 2015
An exhibition of works paying tribute to writer David Foster Wallace. Sanders is inspired by his "his practice of finding beauty in obscure information, pointless lists, fragmented description, mundane detail and odd footnotes."
September 12 - October 17, 2015
An exhibition of works inspired by the point around which the world revolves. Parker says she is "drawn to this idea of order in the metaphysical underpinnings of the universe."
An exhibition featuring collaborative works by Ukrainian artist Vlad Krasnoshchok and Russian artist Olga Starostina, united by the common desire to extend the life of...Read More
An exhibition of work by Houston artist Leamon Green exploring identity issues by setting characters among cultural cues from various patterns (derived from textiles, wallpapers,...Read More
A show featuring recent paintings and drawings by artist Teresa Dunn.
A show of drawings by artist Mayuko Ono Gray’s that incorporate elements of Japanese proverbs and calligraphy.
An exhibition of colored glass sculptures and vessels by Toots Zynsky. Among the original team of artists who founded the Pilchuck Glass Center in Stanwood,...Read More
Artist Anna Mavromatis has used a variety of printmaking and paper staining techniques to create these new works.
Longtime artist Kermit Oliver’s new paintings and works on paper, marking his 27th year of representation by Hooks-Epstein. Last year, Oliver received the first Lifetime...Read More
St. Leger chooses the city and its people as the focus of his watercolors, “because the delicate spilling of watercolor on concrete isn’t a gesture...Read More
Robert Boyd (The Great God Pan is Dead) will conduct a Q & A session with McCartney. Champagne and sweet treats will be served! Please...Read More
This will be McCartney’s debut exhibition with Hooks-Epstein after 10 years with Goldesberry Gallery.
Hometown hero Pruitt returns to his H-town stomping grounds hot on the heels of a solo show at The Studio Museum Harlem.
PaperCity’s, Catherine Anspon talks to Rahul Mitra!.She will be talking to him about his exhibition, Race, Religion, Politics, Art and Sex at the end of...Read More
An exhibition about poverty, customs, technology and linguistics through visual street language.
Robert Boyd (The Great God Pan is Dead) will be conducting a Q & A session with artists, Jacqueline Dee Parker and Ward Sanders. Robert’s smart and...Read More
In Birds of Time, Ward Sanders has constructed boxes of different sizes and places instruments and objects within them while Jacqueline Dee Parker’s work cross-pollinates the...Read More
Kelley collages her son’s discarded school papers into her mixed-media drawings.
Glass artist Ross Richmond breaks down the human body into its basic shape as if it were covered by cloth.
Leger chooses the city as the focus in his atmospheric watercolors.
Artists include: Gregory Michael Carter – acrylic, transfer on maps, Ann Johnson – iron relief prints, found objects, Anna Mavromatis – monotypes in folded structures,...Read More
Newly represented glass artists. Including Robert Burch, Kerrick Johnson, David Patchen, Marlene Rose, and Phil Vickery.
Figure sculpture by Dallas artist Deborah Ballard.
Drawings influenced by hidden feelings, beliefs, dreams, and fears.
Dunlevie collages everyday, familiar images and transforms them into compositions that hint at invisible, underlying structures using old record albums.