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Baltimore based artist Susan Henderson will present oil paintings and multi media assemblages. Curated by Jay Wehnert.
Lubbock painter David Lindsay’s large scale shaped oil on canvas works in which architecture shoulders symbolic weight.
” …. Like two birds of golden plumage, inseparable companions, the individual self and the immortal self, are perched on the branches of the selfsame...Read More
Souza employs thickly applied paint to create realistically rendered, though surrealistically spirited images positioned inside custom-made boxes and paintings on wood panels.
Briggs takes an unabashed look at the terror of Juarez, Mexico-a site under siege by rampant gang and drug related violence. Using a 13th c....Read More
Whether it’s “Too Big Has Failed,” the fires raging across Texas, the Arab Spring, the Libyan revolution or the nuclear melt down in Japan, for...Read More
Artist and fromer MTV director Ken Coplan presents his far out world of inventions, kinetic sculpture, photography, and found objects for his first solo exhibition...Read More
Paul Kittelson mixes the familiar with the fantastic, using glass, mirrors and contact paper to alter our perception of reality, ask existential questions on beauty...Read More
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–9 pm Marzia Faggin presents us with a rainbow of addictions from the apothecary to the candy store: the artist painstakingly...Read More
York’s atmospheric semi-abstractions come out of a generation of Houston’s painting influenced by Chuck Dugan, Derek Bosier, and John Alexander teaching at the Lawdale Art...Read More
Painterly figuration based on Barkai’s personal history. Vulnerable people in small, dark rooms, some with erased faces and features. Competent, creepy, sentimental.
Texas art patron, co-founder of the Art Car Museum along with Jim Harithas, and artist Ann Harithas takes over Naus-Haus Gallery with her new series...Read More
Kelly Moran exhibits inkjet, collage and lino cut prints in the exhibition American Dreamer. Moran uses found and altered vintage, cartoon-like images, mostly of male...Read More
In his exhibition Hand Made at Nauhaus, Chris Hedrick creates fanciful illusions through his wood sculptures that replicate objects.
Carter Ernst and Joe Barrington take the stage at Nau-haus for the exhibition Camp Town Dada. Barrington installs Hunting Camp, a painted fabricated metal and...Read More
Stop by Nau-haus this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from noon to 6 pm for last minute holiday shopping with a small works on paper and...Read More
Negativland has been creating records, CDs, video, fine art, books, radio and live performance using appropriated sound, image and text since the 1980s. For the...Read More
Nau-haus opens with a new exhibition of work by Hans Molzberger. While working with assemblages and objects in Raku ceramics, Molzberger has recently been working...Read More
Nau-haus Gallery showcases new work by Suzanne Manns in The Truth About Trees along with mixed media works by James Magee in the The Book...Read More
Take a dip into Summer Swim, Nau-haus’s summer exhibition with work by Ellen Orseck, Perry House, Rosi Schwartzman, and other associated artists!
Oddly Content marks LA artist, Alyson Souza’s first exhibition at Nau-haus. The three-dimensional works in oil and wood relief created by Souza are complex and...Read More
Marci Crawford Harnden returns to Houston for her exhibition Inner Journeys at Nau-haus. Harnden lived in Houston in the 80s and exhibited at DiverseWorks, The...Read More
District18 features Houston artists Kelly Alison, Yousef Balat, Lydia Bodnar-Balahurak, Penny Cerling, Noah Edmundson, Carter Ernst, Chris Hedrick, Pam Horsman, Sharon Kopriva, Kelly Moran, Gail...Read More
A new series of portraits from this New Orleans-based artist.
Check out work by longtime Houston artist Penny Cerling.
House’s latest feature candy-colored neighborhoods with a hint of the apocalyptic about them.