William Reaves Fine Art

William Reaves Fine Art

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(713) 521-7500

2143 Westheimer Road

Houston, TX 77098

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Transient Views: The Places of our Lives

William Reaves Fine Art

January 6 - 28, 2017

An exhibition of works by three Houston artists "whose works reflect places and moments of consequence which they have encountered in their own lives, and whose aesthetic expression places firm hold on these most transient of moments, freezing and perpetuating the view for themselves and all who follow." Featuring works by Ken Mazzu, Richard Stout, and Jim Culberson.



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