University of Houston, Clear Lake Art Gallery

University of Houston, Clear Lake Art Gallery

(281) 283-3377

2700 Bay Area Blvd.

Houston, TX 77058


WAR-TOYS: Israel, West Bank, and Gaza Strip

University of Houston, Clear Lake Art Gallery

January 29 - March 15, 2018

For the past seven years, artist Brian McCarty has been working to tell the stories of anonymous children who hail from areas affected by armed conflict. Working with an art therapist, he asks the children to create pictures of their lives in an attempt to understand their stories and validate their experiences. McCarty then finds toys locally and recreates the children’s drawings in photographs, turning their marker doodles into equally harrowing images of bomb raids and bus fires.


2017 UHCL Graduate Student Exhibition

An exhibition featuring works by M.A. candidates enrolled in sculpture and ceramics studio courses. The show is curated by Clay Leonard, assistant professor of art, and features work...

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Faith Wilding: Fearful Symmetries

A retrospective looking at the career of Faith Wilding. The show contains drawings, watercolors, collages and paintings created over the past forty years.

2016 Houston Bay Area Juried Exhibition

An exhibition juried by Daniel Fuller, Curator of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. Artists in the show include Paul Atwell, Scott Bruno, Helena Gijsbers van Wijk, Cynthia Giron, Douglas Hiser, Rebecca J....

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Serge Timacheff: Change of Engagement

An exhibition of photographs depicting the sport of fencing. The artist has been the official photographer for the International Fencing Federation for over a decade.


This free, one-day symposium will highlight Texas artists who have made a name for themselves within the comic book industry, giving attendees a unique opportunity...

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Slobodan Radojković

A Serbian printmaker’s first solo exhibition in the US focuses on the motif of the pipe.

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