Wally Workman Gallery
Austin artist Jennifer Balkan gives us "raw emotion" in her new paintings at Wally Workman for her third solo exhibition at the gallery.
Large-scale oil and acrylic paintings and mixed media drawings on paper by Austinite Helmut Barnett.
"Keenly playing on both minimalist and mass consumerist sentiments, the neon work of Anne Ashley and the hyper-realist oils of Nate Ronniger (shown) come together...Read More
Will Klemm’s website is here.
Wally Workman Gallery presents work by new artists the gallery has added within the last year. The show will feature the watercolor street scenes of...Read More
Wally Workman presents native Texan Angie Renfro‘s third solo show with the gallery.
UT grad Carol Marine brings her still lifes to Wally Workman Gallery.
Austin-based artist Suzanne Lewis was awarded an artist-in-residency in Provincetown along the Cape Cod National Seashore last summer. In this exhibit at Wally Workman she...Read More
Robinson uses acrylic paint, polycarbonate, cast glass, metal, and handmade paper to create her textural, nature-inspired works.
Self-taught artist Fatima Ronquillo‘s newest paintings were inspired by the works of Shakespeare.
Wally Workman offers up new paintings by Rob Harrell.
Wally Workman presents a huge group show featuing new works from their 50, that’s right 50, represented artists, including Erin Cone (shown) and Mary Beth...Read More
Twelve. features, you guessed it, work by twelve artists, including six from Austin and six national artists. The Austinites include Helmut Barnett, Jennifer Balkan, Jill...Read More
Wally Workman presents a retrospective of Texas artist Dwain Kelley, including assemblages, paintings, and drawings that span the last six decades.
Check out work by Austin-based artist Helmut Barnett.
Group show featuring gallery artists.
New work by Austin artist Jennifer Balkan.
UT grad Cone offers up a sort of hyperrealistic, yet stylized self-portraits and paintings of hands.
Work by 45 gallery artists based on Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland." This could be interesting. Then again….