Mary Tomàs Studio Gallery
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An exhibition curated by Ashley Tatum and featuring work by Johannes Boekhoudt, Kenn Kotara, Chris Lattanzio, Tom Ortega, Norlan Santana, Roy Tamboli, and Fred Villanueva.
An exhibition of works from the gallery’s artist roster.
An exhibition of works by abstract expressionist Johannes Boekhoudt. His autobiographical paintings are subdued and introspective, exploring personal and societal freedom and independence.
A group exhibition of work by emerging artists Sandra Lara, Riley Holloway, and Megan Ping.
Creative Art Center of Dallas’ 4th annual juried membership exhibition featuring works by Lynn Armstrong, Ann Brockett, Jack Brockett, Cameron Cariffe, Jo Clay, Sandra Freeman,...Read More
A group exhibition of large-scale abstract works by painters Johannes Boekhoudt, Norlan Santana, Roy Tamboli, Fred Villanueva, and others.
A group exhibition of abstract works using geometry and symmetry. The show features paintings and sculptures by artists Elizabeth Barnes, Amy Cheng, Charles Coldewey, Kenn...Read More
A group exhibition featuring the varying perspectives of international artists in their interpretations of landscapes. The show features work by artists Dennis Blagg, Carolyn Caldwell,...Read More
A group exhibition of work by artists Amy Cheng, Xan Sinclair Koonce, Masri, Roy Tamboli, Blair Vaughn-Gruler.
A group show featuring Charles Coldewey, Tom Ortega, Cecilia Thurman, and Janna Tidwell, called a “visual feast of dynamic, playful, abstract expressionistic works.”
A group show of Latin American artists including Johannes Boekhoudt, Carlos Cancio, Sandra Lara, Norlan Santana, and Fred Villanueva.
A practicing neurosurgeon for 25 years, as well as a self-taught furniture maker, Gioia has begun sculpting sheet metal of mild steel and copper.
The latest works of the Louisiana native, including works of Braille, works on paper, canvases, and suspended screen structures.
This married couple work side by side but have distinctive styles.
Painters Baker and Tomás share artistic similarities and find inspiration in nature and the spiritual world.