Thedra Cullar-Ledford / Drawing the Eye to Nothingness
April 4 - April 28, 2015

“Society talks a lot about breast cancer awareness in sterile, happy taglines and with pink things,” said Thedra. “This show talks about breast cancer survival in brutally honest ways. I’m not sweeping anything under the rug. The creative process helped me heal: I don’t have tits, but I don’t have cancer, either.” …in the words […]

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May 2 - June 3, 2015

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February 7 - March 4, 2015

  ROBERTA HARRIS: about “2014”  During the summer of 2013, I took a break from painting and worked on ceramics.  Ceramics led me back to the figure and the figure brought me back to painting and works on paper.  My desire was to reach a place with my work that was unencumbered from process, and more […]

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March 7 - April 1, 2015

  “MACROCOSM – A Modern Rendition of a Medieval Universe” The basis for Farfan’s work is iconographic language developed through research of medieval philosophy and early concepts of time. This approach seeks fundamentals and relationships unlike our modern subjective approach to art. The Farfan iconography is a language of art that has multiple meanings although not arbitrary. It is […]

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January 3 - 30, 2015

  HARNESSING THE LURE, C. 2014   G GALLERY presents J. Todd Allison’s solo show “CONVERSATIONS FROM THE SATELLITES”, opening on January 3, 2015. A Texas-based artist, Allison has shown extensively, both nationally and internationally, and is widely regarded as one of Houston’s preeminent painters. His work pulls from a multitude of experiences and perspectives […]

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December 6 - 31

GGallery presents a series of new works by Hillerbrand+Magsamen including photographs, installation and videos. A Mandala is defined as a circular design of the universe and also as a symbol expressing a person’s striving for unity of the self. In an effort to heal their home and family after a death, they have created a […]

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Kelly Alison “Blind Ambition”
November 1 - 30

Kelly Alison is an American artist primarily working in a rural area south of Houston, Texas. Her work has been exhibited in national and international museums, most notably at the Shanghai Art Museum in China and the National Museum of Art in Lima, Peru. She has been published in books, catalogs and magazines such as […]

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Morgan Sorne “Songs from the House of Stone”
October 4 - 26

New works and songs by 2009/2011 Texas Biennial and 2013 Austin Music Awards Avant Garde Artist of the year, Morgan Sorne. This work tells a story through poetry, song and visual about a family of five siblings who struggle to defend their house and reconcile their relationship to their father in the wake of his […]

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Brandon and Ashley Nepote “Necessary Truths”
September 6 - 28, 2014

Ashley Nepote Artist Statement The relationship between an individual and their surroundings is symbiotic. Place and individual both have a way of affecting one another. I explore that part of human nature that reaches out, attempting to connect to others as well as place. I pull from forms as well as ideas that intermingle, grow, […]

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Sho Hot
August 2 - 31, 2014

G Gallery invitational group show: Artists on board: Patrick Bresnan, Casey Arguelles Gregory, Tommy Gregory, David Hardaker, Randall L. Kallinen, Cody Ledvina, Lynet McDonald, Rahul Mitra, Sebastian Montes, Brad Moody, Erika Pochybova, Mark Ponder, Ariane Roesch, Megan Spacek, Jacob Spacek.

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