Wally Workman Gallery
January 6 - 27, 2018
An exhibition of paintings by Barcelona-based artist Juan Luis Jardí. "A mix of magic realism with certain influences of Pop Art and surrealism, Jardí's figures and themes illustrate the contrast is our lives and the doubts we are faced with as humans."
A group exhibition featuring light-themed works by more than thirty artists.
A show of figurative paintings by Austin artist Patrick Puckett.
A show featuring works by artist Ellen Heck.
A show featuring works by William Geisler and John Peralta.
A show of paintings by Houston artist Mary Case.
A show of paintings by Diana Greenberg. The works combine patterns from nature and figures into abstracted color field studies
A show of abstract paintings by Texas artist Joyce Howell.
A solo show of works by Anne Siems. The pieces in the exhibition are inspired by paintings by the European masters, early American folk art, and...Read More
A show of works by local painter Ian Shults.
A show of works by California-based artist Jen Garrido. The pieces in the show take inspiration from nature.
A show of prints by Austin artist Elvia Perrin.
A show of works by New Orleans painter Mallory Page.
A show of works by Elizabeth Chapin.
A show of figurative paintings by Sara and Shane Scribner.
A show of watercolors by Carol Dawson.
An exhibition of works by Austin-based artist Will Klemm. The works in the show hope to offer “ethereal and meditative elements” to the viewer.
An exhibition of works by Diana Greenberg. The pieces in the show are influenced by nature and figurative painting.
An exhibition of paintings by Sarah Ferguson and James Andrew Smith. The works in the show experiment with color gradation, geometric patterns, and American Realism.
An exhibition by figurative painter Patrick Puckett. The works in the show are meant to reveal the duality of humanity through the mundane.
An exhibition by abstract artist Joyce Howell. The color changes in the artist’s work serve as a reflection of the atmosphere, temperature, time of day, and season...Read More
An exhibition of works by Becky Joye. The pieces in the show are inspired by natural elements found in Iceland and combine hydrothermal power, volcanic lava, glaciers, and...Read More
An exhibition of works by Honora Jacob. The show includes portraits of historical women, like Ana de Mendoza and Inez Milllholland, “who are both legendary figures that...Read More
An exhibition of aquatint etchings by printmaker Julia Lucey. “Lucey’s aquatint etchings evoke a haunting sense of nature-in-waiting. Not necessarily dangerous, her foliage and animals appear...Read More
An exhibition of works by John Adelman and Joseph Janson. both artists have a practice that is object-based and combines a commitment to process with humor.
An exhibition by artist Angie Renfro. The works in the show “draw upon destruction as an impetus for redirection and beauty.” This show has everything –...Read More
An exhibition of works by Malcolm Bucknall. In the works, we (allegedly) see “predator devour prey, lovers join with unembarrassed abandon; we see birth, nurturing, the feathering...Read More
An exhibition by Austin-based artist Priscilla Robinson. The works in the show are about “the interconnectedness of components, the overlapping of edges, making a larger whole.”...Read More
A solo exhibition by New Orleans-based artist Mallory Page. Working with largely monochromatic canvases, Page reflects the human experience within her work. Additionally, she notes...Read More
A show surveying and celebrating the artists represented by Wally Workman Gallery.
An exhibition of abstract works by painter Diana Greenberg.
An exhibition of work by Austin-based artist Will Klemm including both his well know landscapes and new figurative works.
A show of works by artist America Martin inspired by the imagery of folk tales and classic myths.