Top Five: January 14, 2015

by Glasstire January 14, 2016

Christina Rees and Rainey Knudson on the crossover appeal of a graphics guy, an artist having her moment, and a few Texas artists who deserve serious museum shows.


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1. Paul Kittelson: Falling Skies
Devin Borden Gallery (Houston)
January 8 – February 8

An exhibition of works by Paul Kittelson.


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2. Celia Eberle: The Mythology of Love
Cris Worley Fine Arts (Dallas)
January 9 – February 13

An exhibition of works by Dallas-based artist Celia Eberle. The artist describes her practice as “inexorable” and “inevitable,” creating charged objects that are steeped in darker meaning but have elements of charm and wit.


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3. Michael Bise: Born Again
Moody Gallery (Houston)
January 16 – February 20
Opens January 16, 2-5PM
Conversation with Clint Willour at 3:00

An exhibition of new works by Michael Bise. “In these new drawings autobiography, rich mark-making and complex composition come together in a visual language that seeks the universal in the deeply personal.”


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4. Annette Lawrence: Standard Time
Conduit Gallery (Dallas)
January 9 – February 13

An exhibition of works by Denton-based artist Annette Lawrence. The drawings and installation in the show are sourced from the recent digitation of the artist’s journals.


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4.5 Annette Lawrence: Around Again
UNT on the Square (Denton)
January 7 – 30

Work by Annette Lawrence.


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5. Dennis McNett: The Wolfbat Archives
Slugfest Print Workshop (Austin)
January 16 – February 15
Opens January 16, 6-9PM

An exhibition of prints created by McNett over the past decade.


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