McMurtrey Gallery

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Houston, TX 77098

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Troy Dugas: New Works

McMurtrey Gallery

September 12 - October 17, 2015

An exhibition of works by Troy Dugas. Through layering and mixing materials, Dugas' pieces become a balance between machine made items and the delicate accent of the artist's hand.

Sandi Seltzer Byrant: New Works

McMurtrey Gallery

September 12 - October 17, 2015

An exhibition of abstract works by Houston-based artist Sandi Seltzer Byrant. This exhibition consists of mixed media works on paper and canvas created from carefully selected pieces of handmade paper.


Dornith Doherty: Archiving Eden

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 […]

Sydney Yeager: Small Disturbances

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 […]

Ellen Berman: Sustain

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.

Sandi Seltzer Bryant

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 […]

What's my line?

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 […]

Troy Woods: Searching for Divinity

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 […]

Two from UNT: Julon Pinkston and Sarah Williams

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 […]

Andrew Long: New Beginnings

Featured in the Austin Museum of Art’s New Art in Austin: 20 to Watch exhibition, Long‘s awkward compositions are surprisingly appealing.

Ellen Berman: New Work

Wimberley resident Berman brings her new still lifes and landscapes to Houston.

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