A show of drawn and painted portraits of wild birds by artist Tania Botelho.
A retrospective of intricately colored pencil drawings by Gary Bachers, who lost the ability to use words following a brain aneurism at age 38 but […]
Inspired by Breton, Freud, and Alighieri, artist Shahla Rosa’s paintings deal with themes of human nature and the subconscious.
A group exhibition at the Jung Center featuring work by artists Keith J.R. Hollingsworth, Janet Hull Ruffin, Valentina Kisseleva, and Charisse Weston. (*Not to be […]
Houston artist Barbara Jackson uses high-tech interference paint (which changes color depending on the angle viewed) to create abstractions that explore transitory relationships of light, […]
Prince’s collages explore the effects of time and change on our environments and the battle between modernity and nostalgia.
Local legend Staley has reconfigured his own paintings of Greco-Roman mythology from 30 years ago by cutting the work into strips, repainting each with strokes […]
Porter presents a new suite of dot paintings while Son finds inspiration from the paper doll dresses she created when she was 9 years old.
Brown presents single exposure images that capture the metropolitan landscape.
Liebl creates large-scale still lifes that juxtapose mass-produced and natural objects. Freeman focuses on the mysterious qualities of ponds to explore the expressive qualities of […]
Willan’s work is known for vivid color, bold shapes and organic movement.
In her exhibition, Hidden Places, Austin artist Stephanie Reid, uses photomontage to present her daydreams of Asia. Design, woodblock printing, and bamboo brush painting influence […]
Once a year the Jung Center showcases the works of its students and members.
Houston artist Bob Russell uses mixed media to create works based on the relationship between man and earth.
Kia Neill manipulates puddles of paint to create imagery reminiscent of microorganisms, landscapes, and sea creatures, alomg with Kim Renteria’s glass paintings.
Having received specific photographs by a single documentarian, five artists respond to the images to create the work for this exhibition. Viewers will experience both […]
Harris uses a quintessentially Jung-Center mash-up of modern and primitive symbols to express and inspire hope, joy, encouragement, peace, kindness, strategy and imagination, and it […]
Paintings of ignored gardens and flowers.
Ancient eastern materials provide the means to a contemporary expression based on events in the artist’s personal history.
Prints from the collection of art historian David Brauer highlighting the explosion of printmaking with the emergent Pop Art moments in Britain in the early […]
A juried show of the best of Houston’s exciting young artists from HSPVA.
Layers of paint and scraping in Wheeler’s oil on wood paintings.
“4 unique artists with 4 differing perspectives. This strong contemporary group create stylish work which exudes personality and emotion.”
Photographs of the Villa Adriana at Tivoli, Italy, captured and processed on an iPhone. The Lens Capsule is Emily Peacock and Britt Ragsdale’s exhibition space […]
a.k.a. the 2012 UH Photography and Digital Media senior thesis exhibition. Curated by Mary Magsamen. Featuring works by Paolo Aninag, Michael Burgas, Brittney Connelly, Danielle […]
Houston artist Kathryn Rabinow, using her camera and computer, creates large abstract images which reveal the essence and unexpected beauty of everyday objects.
Tom Barnes lives and works in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Marfa, Texas. His paintings are about occurrence and are themselves occurrences, both ordinary and extraordinary. The […]
An exhibit of works by James Surls and Charmaine Locke. “During our time together, beginning in 1976, we have danced over, under, and through grand […]
The Jung Center‘s annual juried showcase of the best of students from Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. In the Side Gallery […]