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Dan Sutherland: Seem

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 […]

Ellen Tanner: Aesop's Fables

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 […]


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 […]

Arthur Turner: Roundels and Totems

  Moody Gallery announces the exhibition Roundels and Totems, a new series of watercolors by Arthur Turner. This exhibition is a continuation of his previous […]

Andrea Rosenberg: Drawings

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 […]

Liz Ward: Cryosphere

New watercolors, silverpoint drawings and prints from Ward’s ongoing a series of large-scale watercolors entitled Glacial Ghosts, about  glacial melting.

Bethany Johnson: Woven Landscapes

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 […]

Lucas Johnson: Prints

In conjunction with PrintHouston 2012, a city-wide celebration of printmaking.

Al Souza: Fundamentals

New work by Al Souza, accompanied by a catalogue with essays by Raphael Rubenstein and Michael Bise which will be available for purchase.

Michael Kennaugh: Zero Road

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, […]

Pat Colville: New Works

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.

Gael Stack: Forty-One Songs

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 […]

Helen Altman: Half Life

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 […]

Lawrence Lee: Beautiful Son

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: Something to Look At

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 […]

Arthur Turner: Roundels & Victories

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: Blood Poisoning

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: Somewhat Off-Center

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: dot dot dot

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 […]

35 Years: Anniversary Exhibition

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 […]