O'Kane Gallery (UH-Downtown)
One Main Street
Houston, TX 77002
When They Came to Take My Father: Photographs by Mark Seliger & The Butterfly Project: Houston Holocaust Museum
September 15 - October 19, 2017
A show pairing black and white photographs of Holocaust survivors by Mark Seliger with selection of hand-crafted butterflies that have been given to the Holocaust Museum Houston in memory of children who were killed during the Nazi era.
A show featuring selected works by UHD students.
A show of paintings and sculptures by Ammar Alobaidi. Alobaidi studied art and began exhibiting his work in Jordan after he fled Iraq as a refugee. His work...Read More
An exhibition surveying George Smith’s career from the early 1980s to the present. The show includes sculptures, maquettes, and multi-media works.
An exhibition of works by Houston-based artist Leamon Green. In his works, Green explores the complexities of African identity through portraits depicting people of color.
An exhibition based on the book A LIFE IN BOOKS: The Rise and Fall of Bleu Mobley by author and artist Warren Lehrer. The exhibition “presents itself...Read More
A site-specific installation by Lucinda Cobley. “Inspired by the symbology of nautical charts matrix embodies elements or markers such as broken lines or dashes to signify...Read More
An exhibition of works by the UHD faculty. Artists include Mark Cervenka, John Davis, Gaby Hernandez, El Franco Lee II, Floyd Newsum, Mason Rankin, Beth Secor...Read More
This exhibition–Voices In Concert: In the Spirit of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz–features work by Tina Fuentes, Delilah Montoya and Kathy Vargas that addresses...Read More
A collection chronicling Jim Seigler’s time as an artist working with Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus.
The exhibition incorporates material from Awde’s personal holdings, including original photographs.
Reeder’s recent acrylic paintings create colorful apparitions of the iconic bungalow architecture of Houston’s Heights neighborhood. Southern California native Rebecca Hamm invites nature into her...Read More
A Brooklyn figure painter celebrating the visual world.
An installation influenced by Caspar David Friedrich and Sung Dynasty painting.
NY artist Rushing’s highly finished paintings of stylized interiors coax viewers into an unworldly land where they must navigate fluid walls and fractured glass.
Teri Greeves, a Kiowa and beadwork artist, exhibits a range of work in her exhibition entitled Storied Beads at the O’Kane Gallery, University of Houston-Downtown....Read More
The O’Kane Gallery at the University of Houston – Downtown presents its semi-annual Faculty Exhibition, featuring the works of UHD arts faculty. This year’s exhibition...Read More
Houston artist Melanie Crader’s solo exhibition, The Eula Project, begins the fall season at the O’Kane Gallery on the campus of UH-Downtown. Crader’s installation is...Read More
A selection of thirty-three drawings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries are featured in Drawing Lessons: The Early Academic Drawings from the Art Students...Read More
"Though married and working side by side for over fifty years, Gadbois and McConnell’s individual styles offer insight into their participation in the burgeoning mid-20th...Read More
"RAW brings together Doug Cason, Mark Greenwalt (shown), and Lisa Qualls, three Houston artists who combine classical drawing and painting techniques with contemporary concepts and...Read More
Guest curated by Anila Quayyum Agha, this exhibit features work by Sara Schneckloth (shown) from Columbia, South Carolina; Danielle Riede from Indianapolis, Indiana; and Jessica...Read More
Check out work by art instructors in Houston, featuring the work of twenty high school art teachers.
American Civil War Field Notes: Sketches from Cairo to Columbia includes approximately 30 original drawings created by artists who witnessed the events of the Civil...Read More
Soto recently had a 50-year retrospective at Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin.
Infamous SA artists Alex Rubio and Vincent Valdez have collaborated on Pride of the Southside for the last ten years! Don't miss this rare treat,...Read More