William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art

William Reaves | Sarah Foltz Fine Art


(713) 521-7500

2143 Westheimer Road

Houston, TX 77098



The Texas Aesthetic XII

“This exhibition will feature selections of Early Texas Art, including works by Charles Peter Bock, Harold Phenix, Frank Reaugh, Porfirio Salinas, and Elizabeth Walmsley, among...

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Lee Jamison: Ode to East Texas

An exhibition featuring works by Huntsville-based painter Lee Jamison. The landscape scenes depict forgotten landscapes and back roads of East Texas.

Maurice Schmidt: A Life in Art

Maurice Schmidt creates paintings that “focus on his interpretation of the South Texas region he calls home.” This exhibition includes paintings Schmidt completed during his undergraduate...

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Texas Aviary

An exhibition featuring artworks that depict birds. Artists in the show include Frank X. Tolbert 2, Margie Crisp, Billy Hassell, Jonathon Paul Jackson, E. Dan Klepper,...

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Contemporary Texas Regionalism Winter Show

An exhibition featuring works by Contemporary Texas Regionalists, including: Randy Bacon (Albany), Mary Baxter (Marfa), David Caton (Utopia), Margie Crisp (Elgin), Keith Davis (Austin), Fidencio Duran (Austin),...

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Jon Flaming: Recent Works

A show of paintings by Jon Flaming. The works in the show depict West Texas and the greater Southwest, including scenes of Colorado and New Mexico.

Laura Lewis: Views of West Texas

A show of paintings by Laura Lewis. The pieces in the exhibition are “devoted to capturing the essence of the West Texas Landscape as well as scenes of the...

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David Caton: The Texas Landscape

A show of works by Texas landscape painter David Caton. From the gallery: “Caton’s paintings of the Big Bend and storied Texas Hill Country contain a...

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Texas Aesthetic X

The tenth annual Texas Aesthetic exhibition, featuring art works from twenty-three Texas artists.

Karl Umlauf: Industrious - Then and Now!

An exhibition of works by Waco-based artist Karl Umlauf. The artist creates industrial abstractions that are a “distinctive blend of regionalism and expressionism.”

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