Ro2 Art Downtown
November 21 - January 9, 2016
An exhibition of works by Peggy Wauters consisting of "humanoid forms that bespeak extreme experience." The artist usually presents her works juxtaposed on the wall so the viewer can read them as a narrative. But if humanoids are involved...who knows what will happen.
“Mark S. Nelson’s desaturated landscapes containing pops of bright color from invented abstract beings are viewed alongside Cathey Miller’s colorful, portrait-based space environments, creating a...Read More
An exhibition featuring landscapes by Mark S. Nelson and depictions of space environments by Cathey Miller.
A group exhibition featuring small works by over 100 artists.
An exhibition of new work by Chance Dunlap reflecting the Lubbock-born artist’s rural roots and material interests.
An exhibition of works by Fort Worth-based artist Jesse Meraz exploring the enchanting falsehoods of the Fashion industry and the fantasies of consumer culture.
A show of new work by artist Eliana Miranda exploring the US/Mexico border dilemma by exposing negative cultural biases in media coverage.
A show of recent works by two contemporary,Texas-based realist painters, Sarah Atlee and James Zamora.
Inspired by the suicide of a close friend, artist Joachim West’s new body of work questions whether or not humanity is inherently violent.
Disgruntled workers from Santa’s sweatshops.
Collage, drawing, painting, prints and paper sculpture by seven artists: Gary Farrelly, Joshua Goode, Antonine Gougeau, Timothy Harding, Kathy Robinson-Hays, Sam Schonzeit, and Brian Scott.
New paintings by Parrott, who says, “My art represents my journey—an unexplainable trek into the mysterious, even darker side of mind—a quicksilver muse, even Neptunian...Read More
In this two-person show, Dallas-based Stephens and Houston-based Pinkston, both painters, “lay it on thick.”
Ceramicist Oliver evokes his interest in engineering and machine works in his minimalist sculpture.
Ro2 Art and Iron Frog Press have organized this exhibit featuring Dallas-area printmakers Matt Bagley, Josh Banks, Daniel Birdsong, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Camilla Cowan, Peggy Epner,...Read More
Pinky Diablo [a.k.a. Ennis artist Tom Sale] will paint his signature skeleton paintings on book covers — even personalizing a selection for guests!
Small works by over 100 Ro2 artists and guests: it’s CHAOS!
Griffin’s work consists of masks, patterns and hybrid creatures.
Bold forms and atmospheres in geometric abstraction.
Goode takes on the role of an archaeologist, researching, documenting, and rebuilding the legacy of an imaginary ancient civilization. He creates staged archaeological excavations and...Read More
New paintings and two installations by Nigerian-born artist Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiya (known as Akirash). There will be a final performance at the conclusion of the...Read More
An exhibition featuring Robin Ragin, David W. Van Ness, and Joy Ude + More!
An installation of totems and vessels formed from pulped paper waste from a local/corporate food and beverage retailer that investigates the material possibilities hidden within local...Read More
Seven contemporary artists present new works exploring the medium of paint. Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiyi aka Akirash Fannie Brito Chance Dunlap TJ Griffin Linda Dee Guy...Read More
A group show of small works featuring over 80 Ro2 Artists and guests. Dallas folks will have a chance to check out Houston’s own Mark Harold...Read More
Ro2 Art welcomes Justin Ginsberg for his solo exhibition, Mesophase.
A one-night-only performance by artist/dancer Danielle Georgiou and actor/musician Justin Locklear. A reception will follow. Pizzicato Porno premiered last month at the Rogue Performance Festival...Read More
MUSCLE NATION are: Andy Amato, Willie Baronet, Sandi Edgar, Danielle Georgiou, Hillary Holsonback, Emily Loving, and Robin Myrick. Being equal parts absurd and sincere, as...Read More
Two young artists present work created in the years since graduating from Texas Christian University.
Photographed postage stamps that function as historical documents. The images on the stamps reveal their journey through political revolutions, cultural celebrations, inner turmoil and prosperity.
A study of platonic geometrical arrangements incollage and sculpture by recent UNT graduate Matthew Koons. Presented by The MAC and Ro2 Art Downtown Gallery.