Nicole Longnecker Gallery

Nicole Longnecker Gallery


2625 Colquitt Street

Houston, Texas 77098



Industrialism in the Twenty-First Century

An exhibition featuring works by nine urban realist artists. Artists include Don Eddy, Allan Gorman, Chris Klein, Roland Kulla, Sheryl Luxenburg, Stephen Magsig, Jan Anders Nelson,...

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Julian Lorber: How We Play

“How We Play features newly completed work exploring the current state of our cultural, social and environmental interactions. Artist Julian Lorber’s voice is distinctly American, in some...

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Nicole Pietrantoni: Natural Complexities

“Natural Complexities is a show of works by Nicole Pietrantoni. Primarily a printmaker, Pietrantoni pushes the boundary of her medium into new physical narratives examining the...

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Todd Williamson: The Darker the Blue

An exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Todd Williamson. The artist’s use of bright color transports viewers into a world of intense passion, beauty and...

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ReelArt: The Art of Celebration

An exhibition of works from The Center of Art and Photography at Celebration Company, an entrepreneurial program for adults with disabilities.

John Adelman: Further

An exhibition of drawings by John Adelman that explore the intersection of drawing and sculpture.

The Charm of the Spectacle

An exhibition featuring work by artists Celan Bouillette, Darcy Rosenberger, and Jessica Dupuis.

May the Rainbow Always Touch Your Shoulder

An exhibition featuring painted woodcuts and large-scale prints by Ricky Armendariz, etchings by Helen Gerritzen, and hanging sculptural pieces by Meredith Jack.

PrintTX 2015

A juried group exhibition featuring lithography, relief, intaglio, monotype, and serigraphy prints by Texas artists, selected by printmaker Karen Kunc. Part of PrintHouston.

Julian Lorber: Intentionally Dirty

An exhibition of works by New York artist Julian Lorber, who communicates about pollution’s effect on surfaces, edges and the environment with a new language.

Amy Lin / Cathie Kayser

Two exhibitions: Amy Lin’s Dreamscape and Cathie Kayser’s You were never… but I kept looking for you anyway.


Choreography by Laura Gutierrez, performed by Houston Ballet’s Connor Walsh.

Ellen Orseck: Liquified

Houston-based artist Ellen Orseck paints images of figures submerged in water.

Larry Bell: Three Decades of Art

One of the most influential artists to emerge from the 1960s Los Angeles art scene, Bell began to explore passing light through glass cubes he...

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