Meg Aubrey

Meg Aubrey’s candy colored palette belies the loneliness, disquiet, and isolation she renders in her paintings of upscale suburban life. Manicured lawns in tree-lined neighborhoods imply a domestic ideal of… Read More »

Abhidnya Ghuge

Abhidnya Ghuge transformed 7300 disposable paper plates into this large scale sculpture, a visual representation of her own internal transformation after coming to the United States. Ghuge uses woodblocks to… Read More »

Living in the Landscape

  Join us on Wednesday, March 4th, from 7pm to 8:30pm for a panel discussion where we will consider the impact of the built environment on the way we perceive… Read More »

Sara Frantz

Sara Frantz’s recent work explores the contemporary built environment once-removed. Her subjects tend toward the anonymous and ubiquitous: standard commercial buildings, often ornamented with eye-catching architectural “flair”, are carefully framed… Read More »

Emily Fleisher

Emily Fleisher plays with scale and space, with interior and exterior in very unexpected ways. Grass and trees tumble from familiar objects as the landscape appears to escape, protesting its… Read More »

Erika Blumenfeld

Erika Blumenfeld’s installation incorporates photographs, charred debris collected from recent wildfires across the Southwest, desert sand, and a bonsai-trained tree native to Texas. This new work poignantly studies shifting water… Read More »

Hana Hillerova

Austin artist, Hana Hillerova creates large-scale mixed media installations that merge digital and analog modes of production. Through the use of nerdy high-tech means and what Hillerova refers to as… Read More »

Kate Catterall & Lois Weinthal | Traces of Home

Two Austin artists, Kate Catterall and Lois Weinthal designed an installation, Traces of Home, that defined domesticity through landscape and interior-scape. The domestic realm can be defined as objects and… Read More »

Martha Gannon

Austin artist, Martha Gannon, created mixed media works for an exhibition titled Wistful Intentions on view at Women & Their Work. Ms. Gannon stated, “My work is an exploration of… Read More »