Houston artist Michael de La Cerda became a first-time father this past year, and his new work expresses the range of emotions he’s felt in...Read More
Doherty's newest body of work is visually a big departure from anything she's previously done. The work consists of primarily black and white images based...Read More
Yeager’s new work is defined by the fluid movement, and subsequent collapse, of her short, staccato rectangles. There’s a surprising amount of variety in this...Read More
Well-known Texas artist and former Glassell grad Ellen Berman‘s new, mostly small-scale paintings were influenced by the work of 17th-century Dutch painter Adrian Coorte.
A staple in the Houston art scene, Sandi Seltzer Bryant is back at McMurtrey Gallery with a solo show of new work based on her...Read More
McMurtrey Gallery switches it up with a group drawing show featuring work by gallery artists who aren’t primarily known for their drawing, including collage artist...Read More
Austin artist Lance Letscher is back! He’s still using bookbindings and found paper ephemera, but the work has never been so deconstructed. Even the more...Read More
Houston sculptor Troy Woods is back with new work infulenced by his study of of the Seven Deadly Sins. Using exotic and common woods, as...Read More
Longtime gallery artist Robert Jessup, a painting professor at UNT, selected this show for ArtHouston 2008. Jessup picked work by two graduate students, and although...Read More
Using a crazy amount of buttons and beads, Lauren Levy‘s sculptures are simple, yet obsessive.
It’s not often that still lifes are this witty. Just check out the titles.
Featured in the Austin Museum of Art’s New Art in Austin: 20 to Watch exhibition, Long‘s awkward compositions are surprisingly appealing.
New photographs by renowned photographer Keith Carter.
Only a few days left to see the show that the Houston Chronicle raved about!
Wimberley resident Berman brings her new still lifes and landscapes to Houston.