Jade Walker

“The true mark of a long acquaintance with a single place is a readiness to accept uncertainty. You must not seek complete knowledge” —Nan Shepherd, The Living Mountain In her large-scale… Read More »

Abstract Sketching workshop

In this Abstract Sketching workshop, artist Maggie Exner will share her work as an abstract artist and discuss the importance of inventing a language. She will lead participants through a… Read More »

Artist Conversation: Creating Abstract Forms

Kick off the Red Dot Artist & Collector conversations with artists Sara Cardona, Sarah Luna and Elvia Perrin. Hear how these artists use printmaking, collage, and photography to create abstract… Read More »

Angela Fraleigh

Women & Their Work is pleased to present Houston artist, Angela Fraleigh in her solo exhibit titled there i still my thirst. Fraleigh creates large-scale, sumptuously painted oils on panel… Read More »

Gabel Karsten

Austin artist, Gabel Karsten created films from her monotype prints for her exhibition, Color Movement. Ms. Karsten has made thousands of prints based on abstract or semi-abstract forms and then… Read More »

Joan Fabian, Faith Gay, Corinne McManemin

Women & Their Work presented the exhibit Painters x 3: Joan Fabian, Faith Gay, and Corinne McManemin through May 11th. These three Texas artists have unique painting styles with some… Read More »

Becky Hendrick

Becky Hendrick’s paintings used pictorial references, such as a beach scene filled with vacationers, to create colorful, painterly abstractions. In this exhibition, Hendrick’s work used travel views of the Amazon… Read More »

Jackie Tileston & Sharon Engelstein

Women & Their Work presented a mixed media, two-person exhibition of painting and sculpture by Houston artists Sharon Engelstein and Jackie Tileston. Artists’ Statement When we first saw each others’… Read More »

Alexandra Bowes

Artist Statement My work is about creating abstract forms and working with them in an “abstract expressionist” fashion. The shapes I create are reminiscent of biological forms. During the painting… Read More »