Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

(281) 376-6322

6815 Cypresswood Drive

Spring, TX 77379


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CreekFest Houston 2017: Chalk Walk

CreekFest is an annual one-day festival held in Northwest Houston to celebrate the arts and outdoors in the Cypress Creek Community. The vent will feature...

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Margaret Smithers-Crump: Vital

An exhibition of installations and paintings on plexiglass by Margaret Smithers-Crump. The works in the show explore “water and the ocean as both the source and...

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Season of the Light

An exhibition of nativity scenes and menorahs collected from local Houston families.

Contemporary Texas Regionalism

A selection of nearly 30 art works–paintings, drawings, and prints–showing different takes on Texas’ landscapes, people, and traditions.

Narinder Sall: What Do We Have Here?

Dreamlike, black and white photographs by local Indian-American artist Narinder Sall play with texture and light, as well as mixed cultural influences and innuendo.

Fusion: Steffani Frideres

Frideres’ cuurent work features encaustic silver gelatin prints produced through a labor-intensive process of multiple layers of wax, damar varnish, and oil pigments. The artist...

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Texas Art Quilts, 1993–2011

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...

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Memphis Yin

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...

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Luxuriant Refuse

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...

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Earl Staley: Dreamsapes

Imagined landscapes with rocky, dimensional outcrops sometimes covered in lush, colorful foliage. Like Alexandre Hogue on acid.

Lillian Warren: Drive By Landscape

Warren makes visible the invisible infrastructure of power lines and cell phone stores in her cityscapes and a more recent series of “Trafficscapes”.

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