Science and mythology overlap in Jones’ aggressive ecosystems of deconstructed woodland imagery. We’re not sure what palindromes have to do with painting, but Jules Buck […]
Scruby’s obsessive mixed media works show his fascination with the beauty found in mathematics and personal memory.
More polished acrobatics with steel and fine hardwoods.
New pattern-based works from Catherine Colangelo.
Lovely, delicate installations of hand-colored and hand torn intaglio prints on Loktah paper by Jill Parisi.
Larsen’s newest exhibition develops from the processes of drawing and sculpture.
Doherty used on-site x-ray equipment to photograph native, rare and critically threatened plants located throughout the Australian continent. In this body of work, Doherty continues […]
Carter’s new work uses wet plate collodian process to explore the flora, fauna, and folklore of swamplands in the American.
“These pictures are the result of intuitive, non-representational form-making-” Robert Jessup
An exhibition that brings together seven gallery artists whose work differs in form and concept.
Bryant uses hundreds of handmade papers from over twenty countries to create her newest series of works.
New paintings and works on paper that explore Guidry’s fascination with futuristic landscapes.
Sherman brings Kent Dorn, Geoff Hippenstiel, and Marcelyn McNeil to rustle up a little context for his new work.
Sherman introduces the third dimension into his paintings. And we don’t mean the depth of the stretcher.
McMurtrey Gallery’s group exhibition features artists who all utilize elements of collage to inspire and create their work. From paper and paint to solid steel […]
Murielle White’s paintings delve into different worlds. Born and raised in Paris, France and moving to the United States to attend college, White’s paintings are […]
David Halliday’s still life photographs of coastal and maritime objects such as life preservers to crab catchers are reminiscent of Dutch painting. In Portal, Halliday imbues his subjects […]
Troy Dugas creates meticulous collages that look like mandalas or stained glass windows. This will be the Louisiana artist’s first solo exhibition in Houston, Texas at […]
Paintings of vacant buildings and darkened skies likened to Edward Hopper and Ed Ruscha, often depicting rural scenes of both Texas and Missouri.
New paintings reflect the influence of both demolition sites and ancient ruins.
Narrative paintings invite the viewer to participate in a new world of the artists’ making. Beautifully rendered, Kinsell transforms the traditional landscape and still life […]
Seven gallery artists who have each created three individual works.
Quietly intricate still lives.
Meticulously crafted collages immerse the viewer in his imaginative construction process.
Wood and steel sculpture with impeccable craftsmanship. In the micro space- Troy Dugas: New Works
McMurtrey Gallery introduce painter Trey Egan for ArtHouston.
Rusty Scruby focuses on the interaction between structure and image.
Ted Larsen uses materials usually found in auto junkyards to create a new life through his carefully constructed sculptures.
Doherty explores the role of seed banks and their preservation efforts in the face of climate change.
Carter’s new photographs of paradise are inspired by a deterioration of his eyesight following a medical condition.