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 [...]
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 [...]
In conjuntion with ArtHouston and PrintHouston, Moody Gallery presents a star-studded exhibitions of prints featuring Terry Allen, Helen Altman, Debra Barrera, Lamar Briggs, Michael Ray [...]
Moody Gallery announces the exhibition Roundels and Totems, a new series of watercolors by Arthur Turner. This exhibition is a continuation of his previous [...]
Moody Gallery presents an exhibition of drawings by Andrea Rosenberg. Drawings is an exhibition of recent works on paper and marks the first time her work [...]
Charcoal drawings, photocolleges, and hydro-stone tiles all based on power lines, transformers, the sky, clouds and tree branches cropped and rearranged to create abstractions.
In conjunction with Drive Me There and Back Again, the artist’s Blaffer Art Museum Window Into Houston project, on view Nov 7 – Jan 16.
New watercolors, silverpoint drawings and prints from Ward’s ongoing a series of large-scale watercolors entitled Glacial Ghosts, about glacial melting.
Large-scale drawings and new sculptural glass works, including an installation of tongues.
Meticulously rendered ink drawings in a Moody Gallery debut show by an Austin artist and 2011 UT MFA grad. In conjunction with the annual ArtHouston [...]
In conjunction with PrintHouston 2012, a city-wide celebration of printmaking.
New work by Al Souza, accompanied by a catalogue with essays by Raphael Rubenstein and Michael Bise which will be available for purchase.
Kennaugh’s fifth exhibition with Moody Gallery; paintings and works on paper, many of which refer to the artist’s family and travels during the last year, [...]
Ten new paintings in acrylic by allusive abstractionist and retired Cooper Union teacher Pat Colville. She was awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2010.
Stack’s new drawings continue to explore the ephemeral nature of memory and the past’s implacable hold on the present. Her work incorporates fragments of words [...]
Altman digs deep into her bag of tricks for her first show at Moody since 2007. Torch drawings, tree paintings, moving blankets, snow globes and [...]
Narrative drawings on tea-stained paper by first time Moody artist Lawrence Lee. The work follows the complex story of a kidnapped prince who is made [...]
Randy Twaddle’s first solo show at Moody since 2005 marks the urban-scene lover’s return to gallery art after a long stint growing ttweak, a design [...]
Roundels & Victories is a new series of watercolors by Arthur Turner and a continuation of his previous show titled Breaking Loose: The Roundel Series [...]
Michael Bise (of the fearlessly private drawings) is back with all new work. One of our favorite TX artists, and not just because he writes [...]
Page Kempner features new cast bronze sculptures in her exhibition Somewhat Off-Center at Moody Gallery. The imagery in Kempner’s work is drawn primarily from her [...]
Sarah Greene Reed picks up where her Well Rounded Series of 2007 left off with the new exhibition dot dot dot at Moody Gallery. Reed’s [...]
Al Souza’s recent body of work takes a step away from his prominent puzzle paintings and features cut paper collages along with some stunning sculptural [...]
Moody Gallery celebrates its 35th anniversary. 35 Years: Anniversary Exhibition highlights new work by gallery artists including James Drake, Helen Altman, Michael Kennaugh, Michael Bise [...]
Moody Gallery presents an installation of new work by Michael Miller in the exhibition titled, Today I Am Thankful For All I Have. Consisting of [...]
Claire Ankenman is back at Moody Gallery for her second solo exhibition of recent work. Her exhibition Phase consists of mixed media pieces created from [...]
Headlands marks Dan Sutherland’s second solo exhibition at Moody Gallery! His recent paintings of complex spaces are culled from sources such as architecture, landscape, and [...]
Pioneers of digital photography, Ed Hill and Suzanne Bloom, who together form the artist collaboration MANUAL, come together for their first major exhibition since their [...]