September 5 - 30, 2015

Susan B. Landau has worked on dozens of film and television projects over the last thirty years, constantly refining her eye for imagery, color and spatial relationships. Eleven years ago, distilling what she had learned as a moviemaker, Susan began her new career as a photographer, with an interest in both fine artwork and photojournalism. […]

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“REVERIE” / David Preston Wells
August 1 - September 2, 2015

Reverie [rev e ri]:  n.  An undirected train of thoughts or fancies in meditation; mental abstraction; a waking dream. The work is abstract in nature and intensely gestural, depicting a vivid equilibrium of color, composition and movement. A personal visual vocabulary has been established over time depicting slices, edges of picture space. References are drawn […]

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“SOUTHERN MYTHS” / randall MOSMAN . joshua GOODE . bMOODYart
July 4 - July 29, 2015

randall MOSMAN “SOUTHERN MYTHS” From the bayous of Louisiana to the red clay fields of Georgia and the windswept plains of Texas – 3 Texas-based artists explore notions of myth, artifact and identity in their shared American Southern roots.   Using paintings and objects, elaborate narratives (of ostensibly historical events) are constructed that serve to showcase […]

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June 6 - July 1, 2015

                                                                                                     “POND”, oil on canvas, c. […]

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FABIO D’AROMA / A POUND OF PURSUIT (Studies for a Procession)
May 2 - June 3, 2015

FABIO D’AROMA “A POUND OF PURSUIT (STUDIES FOR A PROCESSION)” In 2010, Fabio D’Aroma began working on the procession project – in which he creates a series of oil-on-canvas paintings that will fit into a three hundred character frieze.  In this new exhibition, “A POUND OF PURSUIT”, pieces from the past two segments, “Retrocorionica” and “West […]

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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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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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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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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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