Rockin’ the old school abstraction. And keeping it fresh.
Houston-based Lisa Ludwig’s delicate bronze sculptures are definitely worth a look. Don’t miss this show!!
Bise‘s killer large-scale graphite drawings are an absolute must-see. Centered around his fundamentalist, Pentecostal upbringing, adolescent sexual explorations, and obsession with the world of Disney,...Read More
Moody presents the very talented James Drake’s newest exhibit, featuring large-scale cut out drawings and sculpture. Partly romantic, and somewhat haunting, this show is not...Read More
Moody Gallery presents work by Bonnie Lynch and Linda Lynch in Form and Pigment, Two Views From An Arid Place.
UH grad Joe Wooten’s current show is full of tongue-in-cheek, brightly colored collages created out of hand-dyed paper. Somewhere between 2-D and 3-D, Wooten’s work...Read More
Moody presents some of beloved, and dearly missed, Houston artist Lucas Johnson's mid-career drawings.
UH prof and longtime Houston favorite Al Souza has a new body of work for your viewing pleasure! His recent pieces incorporate acrylic paint onto...Read More
Beloved Houston artist and Glassell watercolor teacher Arthur Turner brings new work to Moody Gallery. Don’t miss this show!
It’s Gael Stack! The U of H professor’s shows are always worth a look, so don’t miss this exhibit.
We love Mary McCleary! Also be sure to check her out in the Damaged Romanticism show at Blaffer Gallery.
This is Healy‘s first exhibit at Moody Gallery. Should be a good show. Check it out!!
More is definitely more in Reed‘s digital collages. Their intense colors, striking forms, and tons of layers are lusciously appealing.
Each piece in this show is a gem. See DeFeo‘s work while you can!!
If you like Christenberry’s work be sure to check out more in the current group exhibition at the Menil.
Delicate cast bronze nests — a huge departure for the former sugar sculptor!
Gouaches and Miller's new book from UT Press!
Over the past year, Bise has created six new drawings, including an epic 17
Curated by Clint Willour of Galveston Art Center and includes Merrilee McCommas, Tim Roda, Travis Somerville and Saralene Tapley.
Read our recent review of Altman's solo exhibit at Dunn and Brown Contemporary last fall!
Just one year after Souza's retrospective around Houston, he is back at Moody and Conduit in Dallas with new work. Read more about this renowned...Read More