Wally Workman Gallery
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.
An exhibition of work by Austin painter Ian Shults that plunges into the isolation of physical and emotional debauchery.
An exhibition of work by painter Fatima Ronquillo, whose unusual portraits combine a traditional, neoclassical style of painting with odd, often funny imagery–children in military...Read More
Large paintings and works on paper by Austin-based artist, Patrick Puckett.
Austin artist Gordon Fowler is known for his impressionist landscape paintings of Texas and Mexico. The work in this show was painted during time spent...Read More
Colorful abstract paintings inspired by nature and the action of the Colorado River.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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.