The White Album is curated by Wade Wilson and includes works by six artists interpreting "white". Wade Wilson Art features the paintings of Lucinda Cobley, […]
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In conjunction with the FotoFest Biennial, Wade Wilson Art presents new works by Libbie Masterson! Sky features a collection of images which explores America’s horizons […]
McKay Otto uses a special translucent nylon on his acrylic paintings to collect and amplify ambient light in his "Trans dimensional" paintings that the press […]
Marioni‘s current exhibit is comprised "primarily of more intimately scaled red and his very rare blue paintings."
"Crowder will paint the gallery indigo blue to instill a 19th century museum setting where indigo cases will house cast glass forms, among them a […]
Wade Wilson presents an exhibit of religious icon paintings. That’s right, religious icon paintings. No, no typo there. He’s really showing religious icon paintings. We […]
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Curated by Mr. Wade Wilson himself, Beneath the Seen features works on paper and studies by artists better known for their work in other media, […]
Wade Wilson presents Ozeri ‘s hyper-realistic portraits.
Michael Guidry’s abstracted, geometric paintings look pretty interesting. In addition to being an artist, Guidry is also the Curator of the University of Houston Art […]
British-born artist Lucinda Cobley‘s first solo show in the U.S. features her paintings on etched and sand-blasted glass.
Wade Wilson presents Frankenthal’s first solo exhibit in Houston.
Santa Fe-based artist Helene Pfeffer presents work from her Linear Series, in her first exhibit with Wade Wilson.
Wade Wilson presents 30 years of work by Santa Fe artist Tom Berg.
Subtle paintings by Anne Appleby and narrative work by Maddy Rosenberg.
Lead-coated, geometric wooden forms remnniscent of Ellsworth Kelly.
Truly lovely paintings by Houston-based artist Virgil Grotfeldt.
Includes: Ella Krebs from Peru, Catherine Lee and Lucinda Cobley from the US. Not exactly three continents, but who is really counting.
Wray has a long history with Houston. Born in 1933, Wray studied architecture at U of H from 1955 – 1958. He also was one […]
Watch how he makes his paintings!
Come out and support Glass in his first solo exhibit. Also don't miss a special musical performance by Glass' music collaborator Kanude and The Lawmen […]
Ebnother, a member of the Concrete Painting movement, offers up a fresh new color/look with his new paintings.
Check out Moser's site! Read what John Devine has to say about the show.