Rudolph Blume Fine Art | ArtScan Gallery
May 13 - June 10, 2017
Group show curated by Tommy Gregory at Rudolph Blume Fine Art/ArtScan Gallery. "Through a 21st century branded world perspective, these artists work in the mode of traditional 'pop art,' carrying the torch of 1950s through 1970s pop art by providing a continual mirror to our own consumerist tendencies." Exhibition includes work by Pat Barry, Krista Birnbaum, Megan Harrison, Hillerbrand+Magsamen, Brendan O'Connell, Gissette Padilla, Brandon Ray, and Richard T Scott.
A show featuring works by Les Christensen, Jo Ann Fleischhauer, Joe Mancuso, Mari Omori, John Runnels, and John Salvest. All of the artists in the exhibition...Read More
A survey of 30 years of work by photographer Peter Brown. Many of the photographs in the show were taken in the prairies and deserts of America’s Great...Read More
An exhibition highlighting sculptors who address the theme of space exploration. Featuring works by Susan Budge, Larry Graeber, Abby Sherrill, Anthony Suber, Ben Woitena, and...Read More
A show featuring works by Emily Fleisher, Emily Link, Michael Kirby, Anthony Suber, Abby Sherrill, Antarctica Black, Ken Beasley and Gaison Alvizures. This exhibition is part...Read More
An exhibition curated by Howard Sherman and featuring work by Matthew Bourbon, Beau Comeaux, Rachel Fischer, Bradley Kerl and Abby Sherrill.
An exhibition of works by Jane Eifler. Many of the pieces in the show are “second-generation collages”—they are created as original collages, then scanned and reprinted, and...Read More
An exhibition showcasing work from the graduating seniors of the University of Houston’s Photography and Digital Media program. Each explores the nature of identity through video, photography, and installation/sculpture....Read More
An exhibition examining the elusiveness of time. The show features works by Annette Lawrence, Vincent Falsetta, Tudor Mitroi and Ed Blackburn.
An exhibition of works by Michael Golden. The artist creates paintings that serve as “metaphors of the reality he experiences.”
An exhibition featuring the work of Fariba Abedin, Adela Andea, Soledad Arias and Lorraine Tady. The show explores the way light appears in space.
An exhibition surveying Blackburn’s work from 1995 to 2015.
An exhibition of works by Jane Honovich. The artist turns calligraphy into “matrixes of cellular structures and geographical strata.”
A group exhibition contrasting figurative paintings with abstract or semi-abstract sculptures. Includes work by artists Dylan Connor, Tommy Gregory, Roberta Harris, Alex Larsen, Ken Mazzu,...Read More
An exhibition of work by significant Texas artists featured in the recently released book, Texas Abstract: Modern + Contemporary. The Houston engagement is divided into...Read More
A group show featuring work by artists Miguel Avila, Michael Brims, Daniel Heimbinder, and Pat Johnson.
Paintings with visual opulence and energy by artists Michael Blair, Casey Gregory, Julon Pinkston, Howard Sherman, and Jackie Tileston. The show’s title refers to Claes...Read More
Few artists have subjected themselves to the discipline and formal economy of just using black and white as their elemental colors of expression. Muller, using...Read More
Sculptures by Jennifer Ellison, Larry Graeber, Alex Larsen, Betsy Odom, Robert Pena Jr., and Patrick Renner.
This exhibition shows work from many phases of Palmer’s career, exploring his focus on the human figure.
The artists in this exhibition are interested in creating novel mythologies based on new insights in the sciences.
Rudolph Blume Fine Art/ArtScan Gallery presents German Printmakers as part of Print Houston 2013. The exhibition presents five German printmakers, three of whom live in Houston...Read More
What would a landscape around Walden Pond look like today as seen through the critical eyes of a contemporary artist with a romantic and perhaps...Read More
Featuring works by Dixie Friend Gay, Lina Dib, Ned Dodington, Jasmyne Graybill, Julia Maclain, Abinadi Meza, Divya Murthy, Melaie Schlossber.
Kevin Jones uses the symbolic language of established scientific disciplines like chemistry or physics to create his own conceptual taxonomy of signs and systems that...Read More
Featuring work by Miguel Angel Avila, Kenneth James Beasley, Chuy Benitez, Michael Brims, Dennis Harper, Mary Howe Hawkins, Allison Hunter, Charlie Morris, Gabriela Trzebinski, and...Read More
Originally shown in January at the Dishman Gallery of Lamar U. in Beaumont, Specious Instant celebrates the legacy of acclaimed LU teacher Steve Hodges who...Read More
Warren creates landscapes that instead of idealizing the uncorrupted nature of Romanticism, focus on examine the anonymous of the modern city in which mobility, convenience,...Read More
Kenneth James Beasley calls the work in this exhibition Components and Accumulations. Known for his brightly colored abstract works on paper and wall sculptures, Beasley...Read More