November 3 - December 16, 2017
Fragments of the Paradise features works by Luis Moro. The pieces are inspired by the artist's relationships with nature and his fascination with the animal world.Remember, Remember is a show of works by Daryl Gannon. The pieces in the exhibition are political and attempt to show the true nature of our political climate.
A show of works by Houston-based artist Maria Bordelon-Nelson. The sculptural works in the exhibition draw on five elements of design: comparison of adjacencies, surface affinity, dominance,...Read More
A presentation of two artists: Ann Marie Vancas and Maryam Lavaf. “Both artists combine the use of color and abstraction to form two new bodies of...Read More
A show of works by Georgina Spengler, an artist based in Rome. From the gallery: “In this body of work, the artist explores verses from poetry...Read More
A group exhibition of works by Heidi Spector, Sophia Dillo, María Schneider, and Tracey Adams. The artists in the show explore the use of physical light...Read More
A show of new works by Carlos Canul. The pieces in the exhibition “explore creation myths and spiritual realms described by ancient and modern cultures.”
A show of works by Houston artist Christopher Marion Thomas. The works in the show draw on biblical subject matter, hip-hop, art history, and pop culture references.
An exhibition of art by Dallas-based artist Aron Williams. The works in the show are “inspired by the connectedness inherent in all aspects of the world.”
An exhibition shedding light on the issue of human trafficking. The show features work by Artist XX, an “internationally acclaimed Houston-based artist who wishes to remain...Read More
A solo exhibition of works by Houston artist Daryl Gannon. The works in the show are inspired by the artist’s childhood.
An exhibition of works by Rahileh Rokhsari. The pieces in the show are inspired by “personal journey as a woman and the never ending dance between tradition...Read More
An exhibition of prints by Japanese artists. Artists in the show include: Shuji Wako, Takeshi Hara, Takahaski Hiromitsu and Yoshio Sekine.
An exhibition of works from the collection of Sharon & Gus Kopriva.
An exhibition by Ayad Fadel of abstract expressionist paintings capturing the hopes and sorrows of his native Iraq.
An exhibition by Mariana Capello of geometric, post-modern abstraction. Each sculpture aligns into a musical movement, radiating visual vibrations of the melodic rhythms.
An exhibition of recent paintings by Patricia Sicardi.
An exhibition of paintings by Margaret Garrett. Inspired by dance, her first form of artistic expression, Garrett creates works that allude to movements of the body.
Artwork from the faculty, MFA and BFA students at Houston Baptist University
An exhibition of work that “engages in a dialectic discourse, which finds grounding in transcultural dynamics; a notion that enables Olowonira to frolic in the nerves...Read More
An exhibition of “post-contemporary paintings” by Lee E. Wright.
An exhibition of geometric works by Fariba Abedin that explore the concepts of love. Through incorporating calligraphy into her abstracted compositions, Abedin examines the foundation of successful...Read More
A group exhibition addressing the concept and effects of misinformation in our modern world, featuring individual and collaborative works by Houston artists Janavi Folmsbee, Erick...Read More
Performances by Houston-based multi-disciplinary performance artist Daniel Adame–the first in Samara Gallery’s new “Art in Motion” series bringing movement into the space.
An exhibition of new painting by artist Carlos Canul evoking mythic narrative.
An exhibition of new works by Houston artist Lesley Anne Walker exploring both the observed and imagined.
An exhibition of works by artist David Graeve that transform and appropriate everyday materials into social, political, and poetic satire.
An exhibition showcasing the geo-minimalist work of artist Heidi Spector–her color palette choices in each responding to particular songs.
An exhibition of cityscape photography by Gary Griffin, Syd Moen, and Ashley Pridmore.
Woodblocks and sculptures by artist Hans Molzberger based on his childhood memories of a book telling the story of a German WWI pilot who, after...Read More
In the early 1980s, Karen Bystedt was one of the very few allowed to do sit-down portraits with Andy Warhol. After being lost for nearly...Read More
Works by fifteen artists, all under $500
A new gallery in Isabella Court presents it’s inaugural show, featuring works by Corpus Christi artist Barbra Riley.