An exhibition of work by artist Dick Wray (1933-2011), who played a critical role in the development of Houston’s contemporary art scene since the 1950s. […]
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This holiday show, which will likely become an annual tradition, highlights new works by contemporary Texas Regionalist artists: Randy Bacon, Mary Baxter, David Caton, Margie […]
Life drawings by Gertrude Barnstone, who has been a monumental figure in Houston art and political scene for many years. Her set of real-time life studies […]
Billy Hassell has been painting grand scenes of Texas flora and fauna with his signature pulsating color for more than thirty years. This show includes […]
Paintings by Richard Stout and sculptures by David Cargill, two icons of the Texas art scene. Note the new location for William Reaves!
This year’s event marks the seventh iteration of this series which examines the current status and continuing legacy of Texas landscape painting.
From 1950 to 1980, Houston became the capital of modern art in Texas, attracting a loose-knit colony of painters to a community of galleries, collectors, […]
William Reaves Fine Art presents its 50th exhibition entitled Lives Played Out on Canvas, with the expressionist works of three Houston painters: Richard Stout, Dick […]
Paintings by Emma Richardson Cherry, Houston’s first professional artist. She was a pillar of the Texas art community from the 1890’s until her death in […]
Abstract expressionism in Texas, featuring Richard Stout, McKie Trotter, Dick Wray, Dorothy Hood, Otis Huband, Bill Reily and Charles Schorre.
14 of the gallery’s Contemporary Texas Regionalists present the vibrant landscape of the Lone Star State and larger than life Texas culture Houstonians and Texans […]
Prints included in Crisp’s new publication, River of Contrasts: The Texas Colorado. Exhibition Events and Dates: Exhibition runs May 11 – July 28, 2012
Tintype photography of cowboy subjects by a Panhandle native and National Geographic photographer. Also showing: The Painted Cowboy.
A treasure trove of early Texas modernism: a cache of recently rediscovered paintings by West Texas husband-wife duo Robert and Troy Allen Lockard from 1937-1954.
Celebrating the robust style of native Houstonian Dick Wray (1933-2011), 50 paintings seek to underscore the artist’s status as a master Texas modernist. The show’s […]
The character and grandeur of the great Lone Star state: Jack Erwin’s plein-air depictions of rural courthouses, feed stores, small gas stations during the 1970s, […]
Noted painter Ary Stillman migrated to Houston in the 1960s, where he developed a distinctive oeuvre of abstract expressionism informed by mystical elements from Mexican […]
Big ol’ show of some of the best known Texas abstract painters of the past century including: Robert Preusser, Ben Culwell, Lamar Briggs, Don Edelman, […]
Early paintings by Richard Stout in honor of his receipt of CASETA’s 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award- a fitting tribute to a Texan who has produced […]
In The Presence of Light features a collection of works by Texas artists Emma Richardson Cherry, Fred Darge, Don Edelman, Henri Gadbois, Bill Hoey, Earl […]
Works by Dorothy Hood, Leila McConnell, and Stella Sullivan are featured in the exhibition Pioneering Women: Three Modernists in Houston at William Reaves Fine Art. […]
William Reaves Fine Art opens the Fall season with two exhibitions that are both on view Friday, September 10. The Figurative Revelations of Otis Huband: […]
The Texas Aesthetic III: Contemporary Texas Regionalism is back for another year at William Reaves Fine Art. This show represents the gallery’s annual survey exhibition […]
Richardson artist, Jon Flaming presents his exhibition Roads Less Traveled: Jon Flaming’s Texas. Forty fresh new works that capture small-town landmarks and back-roads of Texas! […]
featuring work by Randy Bacon, Jon Flaming, Hunter George, Robert Harrison, Travis Keese, Richard Stout, Eric Sprohge,and William Young
Check out well-known Texas artist Jack Boynton‘s work from mid-century to the present.