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An exhibition featuring works by the artists who reside in Gugging, a mental hospital outside of Vienna.
An exhibition of works by artist W. Tucker. The pieces in the show are inspired by the artist’s memories growing up with his mother and grandmother.
An exhibition of works by Amy C. Evans. The show explores the ever-changing landscape of Houston through a “surrealist / graphic style of painting.”
Kelli S. Kelley on their work: “Through personal and universal icons my work explores multiple states of reality. Figures, animals, and objects appear in metaphorical...Read More
A show of works by Katie Maratta.
An exhibition of works by Matt Duffin. To create his paintings, Duffin coats illustration boards in black encaustic and then draws into them.
An exhibition of photographs by Missy Gaido Allen.
An exhibition of works by Claire Cusack. Cusack often uses materials gathered from urban intersections to create unique assemblages fitted together without the use of fixatives.
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...Read More
A show of work by artist Amy Evans reflecting on her childhood hometown now that she’s returned to Houston after 13 years away.
Paintings by self-taught, Mexican born artist, Manuel Miranda.
Sally Bennett is an abstract expressionist.
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’s influences range from Early American Limners, the art of the Middle Ages as well as religious icons.
Koelsch Gallery presents a group exhibit of gallery artists.
Mark Hobley presents new works in mixed media on wood panel and Doug Forrest works in reclaimed wood creating familiar objects like birds and garments that...Read More
Flower based ceramic art, curated by Mallory Wetherell and Rebecca Hutchinson, in conjuction with NCECA conference.
Arch-shaped paintings that began with Siptak’s anguish over last year’s drought.
Three years of exploration and examination of opposites.
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...Read More
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...Read More