Wally Workman Gallery
Austin painter Elizabeth Chapin is a native of Mississippi, and her hard edged portraits are infused with a sense of Southern nostalgia.This is her first […]
Darkly comic paintings of domestic settings and scantily clad babes in aprons. Hard to say from a jpeg whether Tracey Harris can paint, but her […]
Currently working out of Vancouver, Dixon’s work contrasts refined subject matter with a coarse application of materials. His marks, inspired by Cy Twombly, come together […]
Jefferson’s work examines black American ancestry from the 1800’s to the present.
Wally Workman Gallery will open its first solo show with Austin painter Jane Radstrom. Radstrom’s work walks the line between pinup and portrait.
Wally Workman Gallery opens its first solo show with Stella Alesi. She uses the mandala form in her work as a dharana, or single point […]
Wally Workman Gallery presents its first solo exhibition with Patrick Puckett.
Wally Workman Gallery presents the third solo exhibition by Ian Shults whose paintings address debauchery and subversive behavior.
A celebration of the various private revolutions that her imagined personages launch: rebellions against indifferent beloveds, oppressive thoughts, and real or perceived injuries.
Luminous hyper-real images juxtaposing common objects against classically rendered nudes.
Intricate paintings combine the real and the imaginary: anthropomorphic creatures inhabit Elizabethan courts and Wild West brothels alike.
Watercolors are known for their translucent, graceful layering. The concept for these works began three years ago with an early morning discovery of tiny moving […]
Wistful paintings with stark subject matter like factories, weeds, and ships at sea, describe the strange gracefulness of being alone.
Figures hover in transparent lace costumes amid pastoral scenes adorned with botanical and faunal companions.
Hand-colored linocuts, lithographs and silkscreen prints by artist and writer Margie Crisp from her recent book. Original art will be available for purchase. Copies of […]
Robinson is a pioneer in the revival of handmade paper.
50 artists will create pieces that reflect the hot Texas summer.
Landscapes of Texas and Mexico by Austin Impressionist Gordon Fowler.
Austin native Ellen Heck studied philosophy at Brown University and lives in Berkeley, CA. as an Artist-In-Residence at the Kala Art Institute.
Decorative work evoking early modern art by a Los Angeles based artist who has a very professionally put-together artist website.
Small, detailed figures in bronze, silver and encaustic “seem to arrive from another world.”
Vintage reprobates and swingers, all mid-century seersucker and clandestine hanky-panky, rendered in stunning acrylics by Austin painter Ian Shults.
A retrospective of Austin artist Will Klemm, who has shown his work nationally since 1993 and is a veteran of over forty one-man exhibitions. The […]
A group show of gallery artists, each challenged to create one or more pieces inspired by the title.
Wally Workman’s first solo show with Kingsland, TX oil painter Joyce Howell.
Ronquillo’s stiff narrative paintings delve into the mysterious and alluring world of Lover’s Eyes, Georgian miniatures depicting the eye of a loved one, usually commissioned […]
Opening: September 10, 2011 | 6–8 pm
Legends of the West by book painter Stanford Kay and r – G2 to B1 by grid painter Sarah Ferguson. Kay’s impressionist bookshelves and Ferguson’s […]
It’s acutally got some art about rivers in it, and not just landscapes, either!
Angela Fife describes herself as “no tiger mother” but is nevertheless painting around the clock to get ready for her show at Wally Workman in […]