Lawndale Art Center
February 27 - January 16, 2017
Etchen says the mural "represent[s] Us, You, Me. How so many of our lives have been distilled to one box or another. How individualism is an illusion. How we're parts of a bigger whole. How we've actually become digital heads-in-a-box-The Profile Picture. An avatar on screen. Floating EYES looking at everything."
The holidays are here and it is time to get that annual family portrait made! You know the one that your mother keeps hounding you...Read More
An installation focusing on the ideal home through prints, laser cut wool felt and their three-dimensional conversions.
Both artists possess an interest in materiality, the object-like qualities in painting and the seemingly banal. Laszczynski creates assemblages that reference painting while Ninci actually...Read More
Agu’s recent work focuses on collective and personal histories. Her work consists of works on paper, installation and performance.
One of Lawndale’s most popular programs, the annual Día de los Muertos exhibition of retablos returns. Come see your favorite artists in sheet metal!
2013-2014 Lawndale Artist Studio Program participants, Shayne Murphy, Jim Nolan and Emily Peacock, give an informal presentation of their work and plans for their residency...Read More
The Texas Biennial presents a special exhibition, co-curated by Michael Duncan and Virginia Rutledge, showcasing current work from Christie Blizard, Marcelyn McNeil, Tom Orr and...Read More
Photographs depicting anonymous figures covered in lush faux fur and vivid fabrics in various landscapes.
Susannah Mira employs thousands of laser cut plywood pieces in her installation titled Room Divider.
Paintings of vanishing historic 1920s bungalows.
Soundscapes drawing attention to transitional spaces in Lawndale’s building, such as the elevator, stairwells and a third-floor window.
Join Lawndale and Houston’s talented Big Show artists for short, informal presentations about their work. Come early as seating is limited. Today’s lineup: Thursday, August...Read More
The Big Show is Lawndale Art Center’s annual open-call, juried exhibition. It has been an important venue through which emerging and under-represented Houston area artists...Read More
Round 7 Lawndale Artist Studio Program Exhibition: DOMOKOS / FUTURE BLONDES 0.0.0.0., Nancy Douthey, Patrick Turk
The Lawndale Artist Studio Program is part of Lawndale’s ongoing commitment to support the creation of contemporary art by Gulf Coast area artists. With an...Read More
Lawndale welcomes attendees to the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference to a special reception for the exhibition REady MADE and...Read More
Hundreds of painted cardboard boxes echo the slums of Mitra’s native India and Favela shantytowns.
An installation encapsulating our surrender to comfort and consumption.
Drawings rooted in geometry.
Six artists who integrate discarded items with clay and ceramic processes.
Dimly lit screens painted with photo luminescent-pigment. A custom built green channel laser “projector” will then project graphical interpretations of the space on to the...Read More
The third phase of the rotating mural at Lawndale is a collaboration between artists Daniel Anguilu and Aaron Parazette.
Using Xochi Solis’ exhibition as a backdrop, the Project Space of Lawndale will be transformed into a market for your surplus LP’s and excess 45’s....Read More
Austin-based artist Xochi Solis uses found imagery, vinyl, plastics, paint and colored paper to create large site-specific paintings with repeated ellipses and gestural paint strokes.
Artists find consolation in the country music they grew up with. The show meditates on the role that loss and memory play in this music...Read More
Eight artists using sculpture, video and photography to explore personal narratives, featuring new works by Brittney Connelly, Shannon Dunca, Rosine Koumen, Emily Peacock, Britt Ragsdale,...Read More
In 1977, Astronomer Carl Sagan and colleagues assembled a collection of diagrams, greetings, photographs, and recorded sounds and music as a “message in a bottle”...Read More
Collages made primarily while traveling on long car trips, at home watching movies and during her free time.
An installation of crochet lace that consumes the wall and organically responds to the architecture of the gallery; sculptural wall pieces in which woven forms...Read More
Boredom is a powerful state of mind; it often plays a significant role in the process of art-making and viewing. Work by Chris Akin, Seth...Read More
A continuation of Daniel Anguilu’s “Famous Monsters” mural created by the “F” Team: Daniel Anguilu, James Burns, Tierney L. Malone, Angel Quesada, Michael C. Rodriguez,...Read More