Redbud Gallery

Redbud Gallery

http://www.redbudgallery.com

(713) 862-2532

303 East 11th Street

Houston, TX 77008

CURRENT

Bruce New: Together We Can Dream This Life Away

Redbud Gallery

July 2 - 26, 2016

An exhibition of works by self-taught Kentucky-based artist Bruce New. The works in the show are collages that reference the artist's "deep and personal vocabulary of symbolic imagery." This show is presented in Collaboration with Jay Wehnert and Intuitive Eye.

Marti Corn: Out of Darkness

Redbud Gallery

June 4 - 28, 2016

An exhibition by Marti Corn. The show documents the stories of refugees across the world, as well as those dedicated to helping them.



PAST

Letitia Eldredge: MYTHOS, LOGOS, PATHOS

An exhibition by Letitia Eldredge. The artist on their work: “As in ancient mythology, everything has a sacred significance, no object or activity is profane. Thus, since...

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Thais Mather: The Anonymous Author

An exhibition by Thais Mather. Comprised of mainly pointillist drawings, The Anonymous Author speaks to the concept of the continuous labor of creation, as well...

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Tim McCoy: The Mark of Time

An exhibition of albumen and palladium prints by Tim McCoy. McCoy photographs cultural remnants and natural phenomena that serve as “metaphorical substitutes for archetypal concerns inherent in...

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Sue Zola: Candy Colored Kisses

The artist on her work: “Fifteen years ago, I began using glitter as a medium in my artwork. The playful nature of these tiny reflective...

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Annabel Livermore: Kitchen Works

An exhibition of works that depict surrealistic flora. “The flat pastels are flush with earth tone and primary colors. The unseen winds undulate the flowers...

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Gary Griffin: Bad Intentions on Telephone Road

An exhibition of photographs by native Houstonian Gary Griffin. His documentary style of photography “seems to carry a majestic and iconic quality, regardless of subject matter.”

Unloading

An exhibition of new works by Houston-based artist Tommy Gregory. Featuring sculpture and neon works, this show emphasizes the importance of face to face interactions among people.

Dan Havel: Drawing Assumptions

An exhibition of selected drawings and small sculptures made by artist Dan Havel over the past 25 years, including many works that have never before...

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Ricardo Vicente Jose Ruiz: Late Drag

An exhibition of works by emerging Texas artist Ricardo Vicente Jose Ruiz, which play with connections of contemporary society and early cultures.

John Biggers: Maame

An exhibition showcasing the works of influential artist (and a founding chairman of the TSU art department) John Biggers’ (1924–2001)–from his evolution as a social...

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Jennifer May Reiland: Veronicas

Artist Jennifer May Reiland’s drawings and watercolor paintings examine perceptions of fantasy, reality, distance, and closeness in the digital age. The title refers to the...

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Michael Wommack: There is no "I" in suburb

A series of pastel drawings by the Philadelphia-based artist record his observations of growing up in an archetypal American 1950s subdivision. Triggered by subconsciously remembered...

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steambath-scopop

Featuring a selection of drawings by Houston-based artist Juan Aaron Castillo, whose artist statement about the show includes sentences such as this: “These sources converge...

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Stephanie Darling: Biomorphic

“Biomorphic is the result of her aim to absorb those transmutational qualities of decay related to the physical progression of death and the effects of...

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Mexican Masters

Works on paper by Diego Rivera, Jose Orozco, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Francisco Toledo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Francisco Mora and others.

Lorna Obermayr: The Bible Studies

Obermayr (1923-2009) was an artist, writer and educator active in Idaho, and later British Columbia, from the mid-20th century until the time of her death....

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Craig Lesser: Works on Paper

Lesser created images that are a combination of abstraction and figuration. He was born and grew up in Houston, moved to Los Angeles in the late...

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Medrano + Anderson: Siamese

For over a decade Katy Anderson and Patrick Medrano have collaborated as photographer and painter/sculptor.

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