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Gorski’s exhibition draws from a broad cross-section of his body of work which is grounded in the early abstract/pop movement.
This solo exhibition is presented in conjunction with Frankenthal’s participation in the Contemporary Art Museum of Houston’s group exhibition Outside the Lines.
Wade Wilson Art Houston announces the opening of Retro-spectacle, the gallery’s second solo exhibition of works by Michael Crowder. Retro-spectacle will present a retrospective of Michael […]
In conjunction with ArtHouston Wade Wilson Art Houston presents a solo exhibition featuring works by Belgian artist Raphaëlle Goethals.
Wade Wilson Art Houston presents the exhibition Joan Winter: A Decade of Prints. This exhibition reflects Winter’s interest in contemporary Japanese architecture, and spaces emphasizing spiritual […]
Wade Wilson Art Houston brings Santa Fe artists Ted Flicker and Regina Foster to Houston. Regina Foster combines symbols such as Buddhas, roses and birds with formulas […]
In her latest series of work Lucinda Cobley explores everyday movements, comings and goings, and appearings and disappearings. The exhibition includes free dance performances by […]
A group exhibition of works by artists Hans de Bruijn, Justin Garcia, and Tomas Glass
A group exhibition featuring works by Robert Ryman, Mark Williams, and Todd Williamson.
A selection of works invited by Wade Wilson from the VAA’s 29th Juried Open Exhibition.
Newsum’s latest work evokes the formidable influence of West African art, filled with a signature combination of marks and abstract patterns along with fish, birds, […]
A “unique group exhibition celebrating traditional and contemporary printmaking.” Artist include Lucinda Cobley, Jill Moser, Ellen Orseck, Althea Murphy-Price, Joelle Petit, Robert Ryman, Mark Williams, […]
Paintings and photography by two young French artists.
Photos taken during in the evening and early morning during Masterson’s residency the MFAH’s Dora Maar House in France.
New, predominately monochromatic paintings that speak of the nature of the universe through movement of paint.
Cohen recently returned from a sojourn to southern Italy, where he reflected on the nature of paint and human perception.
Wade Wilson Art is “nurturing a new generation of masters” with a show of emerging artists, including works by Justin Garcia, Felipe Lopez, Winston Lee […]
Cartography of the Spirit: Virgil Grotfeldt’s Explorations on the Mystical, the Magical, and the Sublime
Paintings by late Houston artist Virgil Grotfeldt (1948-2009), whose estate is now represented by Wade Wilson Art.
Featuring paintings by Tom Berg, Lucinda Cobley, Jill Moser, Peter Sacks, Mark Williams, and introducing new gallery artist Zachariah Rieke.
Descended from Montana pioneers, the artist was born and raised on her family’s historic ranch near Big Timber, Montana. Through her photos of people she […]
Recent works by gallery artists Lucinda Cobley, Danielle Frankenthal, Jill Moser, Joan Winter and guest artist Coco Blaffer!
Wade Wilson Gallery gives us another exhibition culled from the Concrete Painting movement. No silly, they’re not made of cement, they’re abstractions created from “purely […]
Wade Wilson Art features an exhibition of recent paintings by Santa Fe-based artist Tom Berg. In his recent body of work, Berg portrays everyday objects […]
Wade Wilson Gallery features two exhibitions with recent paintings by Lucinda Cobley and sculpture by Joan Winter. Cobley explores color, shadow and light in her […]
Wade Wilson Art features prints by Jill Moser in the exhibition Editions, Moser’s third solo show at the gallery. Recent prints as well as examples […]
Wade Wilson Art presents an exhibition of new paintings by Peter Sacks. Sacks’s paintings read as primarily monochromatic with thick impasto giving the impression of […]
Wade Wilson Gallery presents a graceful, sweeping exhibition full of vibrant color by leading glass artist Dante Marioni. Marioni studied at the Pilchuk Glass Studio […]
Wade Wilson Art presents an exhibition of new paintings by nonagenarian artist Harold Garde. Garde’s paintings investigate the human form and its relationships to color […]