Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts
August 23 - December 15, 2013
Texas Art Quilts presents 26 works by Texas artists, completed between 1993 and 2011. Embracing both abstraction and representation, these makers celebrate a variety of themes, including science, fantasy, political causes, and natural beauty. Employing color and pattern in painterly fashion, the artists in this exhibition demonstrate that contemporary quilt art in the Lone Star state represents a vital aspect of visual culture.
Memphis Yin is an accomplished industrial designer based in tomball, TX who paints expressive works in oil in his spare time.
7 innovative ceramic artists from across the United States, presented in conjunction with the National Council for Education on the Ceramic Arts 2013 Conference held [...]
Inspired by summers spent in northern Michigan, Lone Star College-Montgomery professor Deborah Ellington paints scenic landscapes of the channels and bays of the Les Cheneaux [...]
Tomball artist Ray Sherrod has always been fascinated with discarded materials. He studied art at the University of Houston and earned his MFA from the [...]
Artists from across the country explore ideas about consumption and creativity by transforming trash into art. Curated by Melissa Grobmyer of MKG Art Management. Artists [...]
Imagined landscapes with rocky, dimensional outcrops sometimes covered in lush, colorful foliage. Like Alexandre Hogue on acid.
Warren makes visible the invisible infrastructure of power lines and cell phone stores in her cityscapes and a more recent series of “Trafficscapes”.
Houston artist Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak speaks about her work, her Ukrainian heritage, and her experiences in Ukraine as a visiting artist at the Pearl Fincher Museum [...]
Native Brazilian Rosane Volchan O¹Conor unveils her new on-site wall installation incorporating neon in her solo exhibition at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. [...]
An artist, professor, and traveler, Rob Erdle (1949-2006) painted expressive watercolor landscapes for over thirty years.