show dates

October 4 - 26


Saturday, October 4, 6-9PM


show dates

November 1 - 30


Saturday, November 1, 6-9PM


show dates

December 6 - 31


Saturday, December 6, 6-9PM

The G Gallery is a Houston Based Contemporary Art Space located in the Historic Houston Heights.

A few words from the G

Hello Friends and Patrons, Before I go into my October Info, I want to take a moment to thank everybody that comes to and supports the G and our artists. We really appreciate it!

1. Want to thank Brandon and Ashley Nepote for a great September exhibition “Necessary Truths” of Sculpture and Prints. Side note, if you get to San Antonio please visit their Grindstone Gallery and Studios.
2. Also, want to invite everybody to come by Saturday eve, September 27 for Apama Mackey’s VSP #6. Lots of great art for $50 and $100.
3. Then we !Blow It Out! October 4 with a great visual and musical opening with the fantastically talented Morgan Sorne “Songs from the House of Stone” from Austin Texas. (You’ll like this!)
4. And Then we can look forward to a great November 1, 2014 show “Blind Ambition” by Houston’s own Kelly Alison

Other October events:

I will be speaking to the art history department at Bard College, founded in 1860 as St. Stephen’s College, is a private liberal arts college in Annandale-on-Hudson in upper state New York
on the 8th of October concerning my work for author and art historian Susan Aberth. B.A., University of California, Los Angeles; M.A., Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Ph.D., The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Recipient, professional development fellowship, the College Art Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Author of Leonora Carrington: Surrealism, Alchemy, and Art (Lund Humphries, London and Turner, Madrid, 2004).
Chair, Test Development Committee for Art History AP exams, Educational Testing Service and College Board. Professor of Latin American art, Christie’s Education Master of Arts Program, New York. At Bard since 2000.
I have asked Rahul Mitra to perform a Box City Project with the help of the students and he is creating a great sculpture for the festivities that day.
Then it is off to NYC for three days to do studio visits, visit media friends and attend one of the Ggallery artists, Fabio D’Aroma, one man show at “Jonathan Levine Gallery on October 11, 2014.
And that’s just a couple of the fun events going down on 3 days on the island. Best, WD/