May 1 - July 31, 2016
An exhibition of works by Buz Blurr & Adam Young. Blurr is a mail artist who is well-known for his train markings of “Colossus of Roads & Gypsy Sphinx.” Young is a wood worker who makes work inspired by his upbringing in Louisiana, musical figures, and his love of nature.
Paintings of UFOs! In addition to 30 new works by Esther Pearl Watson, her large paintings and the huge sculpture of a flying saucer which...Read More
This show is the bomb!! Julian Wolkenstein‘s glamour shot style portraits of horses with fancy hairdos are fabulously absurd, as are Elaine Bradford‘s magical crocheted...Read More
Check out antique art and artifacts from Masonic and Odd Fellows Lodges, as well as paintings by Michel Nedjar.
When in Texas – act like a Texan features work by non-Texans who were inspired by the Lone Star State, including Esther Pearl Watson, Mark...Read More
After Carver recently passed away at the age of 92, 94 drawings of hairy faces of every expression were found covering his walls. It’s definitely...Read More
Webb Gallery offers up a poster show by some excellent poster and print artists from across the country (like Crosshair from Chicago, who made the...Read More
An exhibit of vintage signs, advertising, and great design.
Webb Gallery presents Bill Daniel‘s new book Mostly True, a follow-up to his 2005 movie Who is Bozo Texino?, which chronicles "the search for the...Read More
Work from Mike Miller (of Lo and Behold antiques), Tom Sale, the Rev. Johnnie Swearingen and L.T. Thomas.
The Webbs always find new discoveries, so come see their new digs!
Read more about Morgan and how the Webb's met him. Also read our review by Stefanie Ball-Piwetz.