Williams Tower Gallery

Williams Tower Gallery

(713) 526-6461

2800 Post Oak Blvd.

Houston, TX 77056



WET: Fresh Fictions

A group exhibition in the vast Williams Tower lobby gallery space, featuring recent work by the Art Guys, Harvey Bott, Terrell James, Beth Secor, Patrick...

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VAA Open Exhibition

For the 32nd VAA Juried Open Exhibition, curator Sally Sprout has selected 58 works from the hundreds of submissions from around the country.

Seeing the Light

Seeing the Light presents a diverse group of works in which light plays an essential role. Artists: Adela Andea, Steve Burtch, Marta Chilindron, Kristen Cliburn,...

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A Tender Place

14 artists present tender works: David Aylsworth • Claire Ankenman • Kate Breakey • Karin Broker • Keith Carter • Pawel Dutkiewicz • Kristen Cliburn...

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Mighty Line

A group exhibition featuring Jillian Conrad, Jeffrey Dell, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Sharon Englestein, Sevulo Esmeraldo, Manuel Espinoza, Leon Ferrari, Jessica Halonen, Graciela Hasper, Darcy Huebler, Bethany...

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Collage, More and Less: Redux

Twelve artists exhibit work ranging from classic collage to work that pushes the definition. This exhibition is a follow-up to an original exhibition of the...

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Hardwired: Instinctual Responses

Paintings and works on paper that exploit the power of pattern, faces and animal forms to hold our gaze.  Including works by Helen Altman, Jozsef...

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A Multitude of Multiples

A group exhibition of big-name prints for PrintHouston 2012 including Larry Bell, William Betts, Ross Bleckner, Christian Eckart, Gary Hume, AleJandro Garmendia, Aaron Parazette, Richard...

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Dutch invasiON, part 2

Additional work from the artist in Dutch invasiON at Box 13, on view  at the Williams Tower Gallery. Work by Christine Bittremieux, Anna Bolten, Hans de...

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The Modernist Thread

Featuring Marcelyn McNeil, Shane Tolbert, Chris Akin, Pat Colville, Jane Eifler, Michael Kennaugh, Matt Magee, and Bob Russell


Group exhibition co-curated by Emily Sloan and Sally Sprout  at Williams Tower Gallery featuring Adela Andea, Heimir Bjorgulfsson, Jay Davis, Greg Donner, Loli Fernandez-A., Duncan...

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Opens Thursday, March 10, 6-8 pm at Williams Tower Gallery Stylistically wide-ranging, this exhibition is playful, peculiar, poignant, and gives a glimpse of the animal...

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Twenty artists creating works on paper are shown in the exhibition 20 on Paper at the Williams Tower Gallery. The silkscreens of Emily Joyce are...

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The New Black

At the Williams Tower Gallery Sally Sprout curates a selection of four artists working in the medium of abstract painting. For the exhibition The New...

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Convergence: Korean Prints Now

Convergence: Korean Prints Now features work created by twenty-nine artists of Korean descent at William Towers Gallery. The exhibition is curated by Sang-Mi Yoo, Associate...

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Beautiful show! Be sure to check it out. Featuring work by Claire Ankenman, Ross Bleckner, Steve Burtch, Alfred DeCredico, Gabriel De la Mora, Shawn Hall...

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Nature Perceived, Nature Conceived

Williams Tower presents paintings by longtime Houston resident Dixie Friend Gay, as well as photographs by Dornith Doherty, Ann Stautberg (shown), and Anna Halm Schudel....

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It’s news to us, but apparently there is something called G’Day, USA! Australia Week Houston, and this exhibit of contemporary Aboriginal paintings and prints is...

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Collage: More and Less

Collage as we know it has been around for a long time, but doesn’t it seem like there’s been a proliferation of collage shows lately?...

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Betsy L. Siegel: Gulf Coast Oaks

In the West Gallery, check out Siegel’s beautiful photographs of oak trees (shown) from Columbus and Goose Island, Texas, as well as southern Louisiana. In the...

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Dramas: Real and Imagined

Sally Sprout brings together some real talent for this show, featuring work by Seth Alverson, Debra Barrera, Myla Bertinot, Teresa Dunn, Angela Fraleigh, Jonathan Gold,...

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