Yuliya Lanina

Arcadian Rhapsody employs surreal imagery to simultaneously elicit feelings of uneasiness and empathy. Lanina paints and collages bizarre characters that come to life through mechanization, animation, and music. These modern… Read More »

Kelly O’Connor

Resort: 1. To have recourse. 2. A place frequented by people for relaxation and recreation. Both definitions of resort apply to this exhibition. Collage and mixed media works framed on… Read More »

Christie Blizard

This show is extended and will be on view through Saturday, April 28th. Lubbock based artist, Christie Blizard, lives and sleeps in her studio, an experience that creates for her… Read More »

Turning the Tables on Unsustainable Attainment

  Join us for a conversation with three area psychotherapists: Gemma Marangoni Ainslie PH.D., ABPP, Mary Holman, MA, LPC, and Naomi Freireich, LCSW.  By creating magically gorgeous paintings Virginia Yount… Read More »

Virginia Yount

Austin based artist Virginia Yount presents paintings, collages, and sculptures that depict a near-future society of hoarders, shut-ins and escapists. The inhabitants of this world are ominously not present, or… Read More »

Susan Harrington, Terri Thornton & Janet Tyson | Drawings

Women & Their Work presented an exhibition of works on paper by three artists. Susan Harrington, Terri Thornton and Janet Tyson. The artists explored themes of memory, repetition and identity… Read More »

The Book Re-Configured

The Book Re-configured presented alternative and experimental bookworks produced by 18 Texas women artists. The Book Re-configured moved the book from literary to visually creative realms, offering books that combined methods… Read More »

Howardena Pindell

Howardena Pindell is an African-American artist strongly committed to addressing contemporary social issues such as racism, sexism, politics, war, and human rights. Pindell has used various media techniques to explore… Read More »

Re:Framing the Past

In this exhibition, Re:Framing the Past: Recent Work From Texas Women Photographers, Jean Caslin, Executive Director of the Houston Center for Photography, selected nine artists whose work examines women’s lives… Read More »