Nicole Longnecker Gallery


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Houston, Texas 77098

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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 […]

Larry Bell: Three Decades of Art

For those who can’t make it out to Marfa to see his current installation, here’s your chance to catch bunches of work by one of […]

Sketchy Neighbors: Help Yourself

An exhibition inspired by self-help from the Houston collective Sketchy Neighbors, which includes Anthony Butkovich, Brenda Cruz-Wolf, Chris Thompson, Katsola, Joseph Blanchard, Colin Kaeppel, Stephanie Lienhard, […]

NEXT 2104: A Biennial of Contemporary Prints

NEXT 2014 is the major exhibition of PrintHouston, the annual summer-long celebration of original prints, the artists who create them, and the people who collect them.

Fair Play

The new exhibition, Fair Play will feature eight emerging and mid-career Chicano and Mexican artists. Curated by Techang, their work ranges from traditional painting to […]

Red Hot

Parisian artist Ann Ferrer and her whimsical inflatable sculptures.

Interpretive Voices

Nicole Longnecker Gallery presents Interpretive Voices, a group show featuring four divergent artists. These artists look to the past to comment on social ideologies. Through […]

Devon Christopher Moore: The Gravity of Time

Nicole Longnecker Gallery, Houston’s newest addition to Gallery Row presents its Grand Opening with Devon Christopher Moore. Louisiana-born Moore works on plates of steel. Surface treatments of […]

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