Hooks-Epstein Galleries

Hooks-Epstein Galleries



2631 Colquitt Street

Houston, TX 77098


Bernard Mattox: The Archaeology of Solitude & Masaru Takiguchi: Carved Memories

Hooks-Epstein Galleries

October 21 - November 22, 2017

The Archaeology of Solitude features mixed-media works by Bernard Mattox. The pieces in the show reflect the artist's personal experiences.Carved Memories is a show of wood and stone sculptures by Masaru Takiguchi. "Takiguchi’s inspiration comes from nature and the world around him, where he has learned principles such as: balance and rhythm, the organic growth of life, attraction and repulsion, and harmony and contrast."


Kelli Scott Kelley: Fairytale

Hooks-Epstein Galleries presents work by Kelli Scott Kelley in the exhibition Fairytale. The imagery in Kelley’s mixed-media paintings and drawings on found fabrics is inspired...

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The Whole Shebang (Outsider Art)

The Whole Shebang features the work of three different artists in this group exhibition opening in conjunction with ArtHouston at Hooks Epstein Galleries. Tom d....

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Pang-Chieh Hsu: Solo and Solo+Solo+

In Solo and Solo+Solo+…, Pang-Chieh Hsu presents new watercolors at Hook-Epstein Galleries which depict various images of men. Hsu states, “On the web, people tend...

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Ward Sanders: Unnatural History

Ward Sanders presents his constructed boxes in his third solo show exhibition at Hooks-Epstein Galleries. In Unnatural History, Sanders explores the area between science and...

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Julie Brook Alexander & Jim Falick

Reading Between the Lines showcases landscape photographs that are created from a compilation of various scenes that are joined together in collage by Julie Brook...

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Robert Pruitt: The Forever People

Robert Pruitt, who came to prominence as a member of Otabenga Jones & Associates and was included in the 2006 Whitney Biennial, has a new series of...

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Masterworks in Glass

Hooks is celebrating it’s 40th year with a series of "Masterworks" shows. Exhibiting some of, if not the best examples of glass available in Houston,...

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Hooks-Epstein Galleries is celebrating 40 years in business with a huge exhibit featuring sculpture, works on paper, and paintings. Artists in the exhibit include Julie...

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Teresa Dunn: Dilemmas and Innocents

Dunn‘s paint handling is impressive. Her color choices are supurb, and we’re loving the loose brushwork. Go see this show!

Leamon Green: Tug

Influenced by the time he spent in Tanzania as a Fulbright Scholar in 2007, Green’s new work draws on his experiences while in Africa, and...

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In addition to their staple of painters, sculptors, and mixed-media artists, Hooks-Epstein is focusing a lot of attention on work by major glass artists. For...

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Kermit Oliver

Reclusive artist Kermit Oliver‘s paintings are well-known throughout Texas, and rightfully so. His work is in museum collections across the state. His still lifes, landscapes,...

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The Art of Politics

Featuring work by more than two dozen artists, Hooks’ politically-themed show is worth a look.

3rd Annual Glass Exhibition

Glass sculpture by Alex Gabriel Bernstein and husband and wife team Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen & Jasen Johnsen.

Yrjo Edelmann

Edelmann is still doing those trompe l'oiel package paintings (Bill Davenport wrote about them for us back in '02).

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