Houston-based artist Ellen Orseck paints images of figures submerged in water.
Nicole Longnecker Gallery
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 […]
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 […]
New work by Houston artists Kelley Devine and Adam Nisenson.
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, […]
New works from the Houston-based painter.
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.
McNett, printmaker of Wolfbat Studios, has broadened his craft from the traditional flat page into sculpture, design objects, and performances.
Barer creates mandala-like images of manipulated books.
Arguelles’ presents heavily impastoed canvases with Kato’s large scale humorous narrative photographic collages.
Three disparate artists working in media from pencil drawing to 3 dimensional objects. Curated by Techang, the work includes a special performance piece.
These works premiered at the People’s Genome Celebration, June 2001, at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in DC. and is part of a […]
An exhibition of colorful abstract paintings.
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 […]
Parisian artist Ann Ferrer and her whimsical inflatable sculptures.
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 […]
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 […]