July 9 - August 13, 2016
An exhibition of works by Nigerian artist Kingsley Onyeiwu. The works in the show explore the concept of how portraiture can communicate cultural identity to a broad audience.
Hooks presents new drawings by College of the Mainland Adjunct Professor Mayuko Gray.
"In The Woman and the Wolf, Kelly compares a woman’s life to that of a wolf. On the one hand, the wolf represents a woman’s...Read More
Dunn‘s paint handling is impressive. Her color choices are supurb, and we’re loving the loose brushwork. Go see this show!
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...Read More
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...Read More
Check out new work by Austin-based artist John Mark Sager.
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,...Read More
Featuring work by more than two dozen artists, Hooks’ politically-themed show is worth a look.
Hooks-Epstein kicks off their fall season with a strong show of collage by Houston-based artist Scott Gordon. And congrats to Gordon, who will have his...Read More
Surreal works on paper by Kurt Kemp.
Glass sculpture by Alex Gabriel Bernstein and husband and wife team Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen & Jasen Johnsen.
Edelmann is still doing those trompe l'oiel package paintings (Bill Davenport wrote about them for us back in '02).
Two artists from Louisiana!
Born in Osaka, Japan, Takiguchi served as a visiting teacher in sculpture at UH in 69, 70 and 73.
After the success of the first three shows, Hooks starts an annual tradition with Blown Away to honor the great tradition and tecnique of hand...Read More