Koelsch Gallery

Koelsch Gallery



801 Richmond Ave.

Houston, TX 77006


Vanessa Estrada: Regard to Discard

Koelsch Gallery

November 12 - December 12, 2015

An exhibition of work by Vanessa Estrada. Through using a variety of materials, Estrada explores how the works "can send one in another dimension by use of imagination."


Amy C. Evans: My Houston

A show of work by artist Amy Evans reflecting on her childhood hometown now that she’s returned to Houston after 13 years away.  

Claire Cusack: 3

Claire Cusack’s work is inspired by ordinary objects. Whether in her native texas or in her travels, she finds meaningful “trash” that she transforms into sculptures.  

Rick Beerhorst

Rick Beerhorst’s influences range from Early American Limners, the art of the Middle Ages as well as religious icons.

treat yourself...

Koelsch Gallery presents a group exhibit of gallery artists.


Flower based ceramic art, curated by Mallory Wetherell and Rebecca Hutchinson, in conjuction with NCECA conference.

Gail Siptak: Portals

Arch-shaped paintings that began with Siptak’s anguish over last year’s drought.

Beverly Floyd: New Works

Collages about harmonizing with nature. Bits of magazines, books, digital imagary and block prints combine with linens, hankercheifs, tea bags and beeswax to portray and...

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Nelda Gilliam

Each piece in this exhibition is a write-up of some of Gilliam’s thoughts and feelings from memories of childhood when angry and wounding words were...

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Lights, Camera, Action...

Art influenced by Hollywood and the Oscar ceremonies; the gallery will be dressed up for the big event with a red carpet, glitter, cameras and...

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The toyist collective is a counter-movement to post-modern individualism, born in the Netherlands where the time-honored craft of painting never quite went out of fashion....

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America As We Feel It

Group show featuring gallery artists Alison Star, Donna Rosenthal, Ellen Frances Tuchman, Vanessa Estrada, Mary Hunter, W. Tucker, Ike Morgan, Sharon Kaitz and Greely Myatt,...

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Kana Harada: Tears of Light

The marshmallow-like texture and pliable lightness of the white foam sheets Dallas artist Kana Harada hand-cuts into intricate, plantlike forms is, to her, “the joy...

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Dodransbicentennial + Patrick Turk

Koelsch Gallery presents a group show featuring Texas-themed art. The line-up includes Camp Bosworth (exhibiting a carved wooden sculpture of a gun that folds out...

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Manuel Miranda: Nearly Human. Nearly Animal

Manuel Miranda borrows from music, literature, art history, philosophy, and everyday observation to create fictitious humans, animals, and composite creatures. His exhibition Nearly Human. Nearly...

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