January 14 - February 18, 2017
A show of new paintings and drawings by artist Dan Sutherland. The composition of the works in the show are inspired by geometric and mid-20th century abstraction, and their color palette is taken from Pop Art, commercial design, and Op-Art.
A show of new paintings, drawings and sculpture by Pat Colville. The works in the exhibition “are personal perceptions and perspectives of invented landscapes. “
An exhibition of works by Houston sculptor Ed Wilson. This exhibition is concurrent with the unveiling of Wilson’s public sculpture commission at the George R. Brown Convention...Read More
An exhibition of twenty large ceramic vessels by Tracye Wear. The pieces in the show are inspired by the artist’s interest in Cubist and early 20th Century sculpture,...Read More
An exhibition of new watercolors by Arthur Turner. The works in the show are inspired by the natural landscape and shapes present in Turner’s garden.
An exhibition of recent works by Randy Twaddle. Included in the show are drawings, a hand-woven rug, and drawn-on paper plates displayed in a full-sized hutch made...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Houston-based artist Michael Kennaugh. A selection of works in the exhibition were included in an extensive exhibition of Kennaugh’s...Read More
An exhibition of works by MANUAL, a collaboration between Suzanne Bloom and Ed Hill. The show examines the multifaceted roles trees play in daily life.
An exhibition of new works by Michael Bise. “In these new drawings autobiography, rich mark-making and complex composition come together in a visual language that...Read More
An exhibition celebrating 40 years of Moody Gallery. The show will feature gallery artists.
An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Gael Stack.
An exhibition of recent collages by Mary McCleary. Through a variety of materials, McCleary’s works refer to larger allegories of history, science, and literature.
An exhibition of works by artist Lucas Johnson (1940-2002)–selected drawings from his “Estuary Series” portraying real and imagined water creatures and from his portrait series...Read More
An exhibition of work by Luis Jimenez made between1968 and his death in 2006. Held in conjunction with PrintHouston.
An exhibition of new work by artist Al Souza exploring 19th and early 20th century books as a visceral object. The show’s title is a...Read More
A show of new, large-scale graphite drawings by Houston artist Michael Bise. Loose autobiographical narratives are conveyed through a meticulous process of image-making. Supported by...Read More
An exhibition premiering new work by Fort Worth artist Helen Altman, including sculptures created from found hand puppets and stuffed animals, a 6-foot grid of...Read More
A show of new sculptures by artist Lisa Ludwig, which represent and play with forms from the natural world.
This show includes approximately eight new drawings made as a continuation of Drake’s epic two-year project to make one drawing each day that resulted in...Read More
Field Notes presents a selection of drawings that reference the careful study of natural sciences. Johnson’s methodically drawn tight parallel lines evoke a variety of...Read More
In conjunction with her exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Debra will have works on view at Moody Gallery October 11-18, 2014. On Saturday,...Read More
Collages from the Houston interior designer and artist, as featured in his new book from Herring Press. Jeanmard will sign copies of the book at...Read More
Rice Architecture Professor Emeritus Elinor Evans is turning 100 this year! Her collages, as well as weavings and baskets from her personal collection, will be...Read More
Unchopping a Tree was published this year by Trinity University Press. Ward’s delicate silverpoint drawings are strongly informed by natural history and the environmental crisis,...Read More
Featuring: Ah Badawi, David Delgado, Jessica Hardman, Victoria Hurst And Robert L. Straight
Christian and Souza first met as participants in the Edinburgh International Festival in Scotland in 1973. This is their first exhibition together.
Two series of new work by Suzanne Bloom and Ed Hill, the collaborative team known as MANUAL. Considered pioneers in the field of digital imaging,...Read More
This marks Colville’s fifth exhibition at Moody and the first in which sculpture is featured.
The exhibition consists of oil paintings on aluminum and linen as well as graphite drawings on paper. This marks his third solo exhibition with the...Read More
New work by Gael Stack. This series consists of paintings and drawings.
This is Tanner’s first solo exhibition at the gallery and consists of paintings inspired by fables in which she has reinterpreted the narratives in meticulous...Read More
In this exhibition Michael Kennaugh’s paintings and drawings are primarily black and white with a few notes of color. The show will mark the first...Read More
Less than two years after surviving a heart transplant, Michael Bise returns to Moody Gallery with a new body of large-scale drawings titled Love in...Read More