Octavia Art Gallery
An exhibition of abstract paintings by Austin-based artist Diana Greenberg.
“Marked and Mended is an exhibition of collage and mixed media artworks exploring the theme of repair. Scott Andreson uses a variety of material processes...Read More
An exhibition featuring paintings and large-scale collages by American Abstract Expressionist Fritz Bultman (1919-1985).
An exhibition featuring paintings by artist Kiko Saito.
An exhibition of landscape paintings by Gay Gaddis.
A show featuring paintings and animations by Naomie Kremer.
A show of works by Brazilian artist Rubem Robierb. The pieces of the show combine screen-printing, hand and spray painting, diamond dust, and new non-traditional mediums including neon...Read More
A show of works by Japanese artist Kikuo Saito. The exhibition focuses on works created during the final stage of Saito’s career, from 2010 to 2015.
An exhibition of photographs by Kenny Morrison and Chuck Ramirez. The works in the show explore “the interconnections between the real, imagined and simulated.”
A show of paintings by Houston artist Marthann Masterson.
A show of new works by artist Lois Chiles.
An exhibition of Marfa-based artists. The show explores each artist’s personal connection to the town’s landscape and remoteness. Artists include Valerie Arber, Camp Bosworth, Meghan...Read More
An exhibition of aerial landscape paintings by New Orleans-based artist Jeffrey Pitt.
An exhibition of collages, drawings and paintings by American abstract expressionist Fritz Bultman.
Focusing on Pace’s Explosions in the Sky, this exhibition showcases photographs of colorful smoke inhabiting void spaces.
An exhibition by Nall. “For his mixed media works, Nall often starts with a drawing or print and constructs an elaborate framework for each image out...Read More
An exhibition of works by Alabama-based artist Nall. Throughout his career, the artist has been influenced by American psychedelic art, fauvism, impressionism and Japanese wash drawings.
An exhibition of works inspired by Greta Van Campen’s travels across Texas.
Work by artist Caio Fonseca. “Similar to musical arrangements, Fonseca’s technique for creating a painting is a process of both structured planning and moment-to-moment improvising. The...Read More
An exhibition of works by Anastasia Pelias. Many of the pieces were created in collaboration with the musician Nicholas Payton. “During this process, Pelias and Peyton...Read More
A group exhibition featuring work by five emerging Asian artists. These artists are grouped because of their ability to both retain cultural heredity while maintaing...Read More
A group exhibition featuring works by artists Jeffrey Pitt, Kikuo Saito, Carole A. Feuerman, Alex Hernández Dueñas, Martha Hughes, Margaret Evangeline, and Greta Van Campen.
An exhibition of paintings by artist Margaret Evangeline inspired by the camellia flower, a fall and winter bloom emblematic of the Deep South and her...Read More
An exhibition of work by Cuban artist Alex Hernandez Dueñas investigating themes of societal status and privilege with images of pristine pools, manicured lawns, sleek...Read More
An exhibition of poetic abstract paintings and works on paper by New York-based Japanese artist Kikuo Saito spanning thirty years.
An exhibition featuring sculptural works by Sherry Owens and drawings, paintings, and prints by Suzi Davidoff, both of whom use natural elements as their media...Read More
In partnership with Ruiz-Healy Art of San Antonio, Octavia presents a selection of photographs by Chuck Ramirez (1962- 2010) made in the last decade of...Read More
This group show brings together work by five Louisiana and Texas artists with unique approaches to color, form and dimension–Jerry Cabrera (San Antonio), Martha Hughes...Read More
Feuerman has been making hyperrealist sculpture for four decades, but this her first solo exhibition in Houston.
Octavia Art Gallery of New Orleans’ inaugural exhibition at their new Houston gallery space features imaginary landscapes by Regina Scully. She excavates her mind as...Read More