Fresh from the Studio

Fresh from the Studio invites W&TW artist members to share what they are working on now with you! In this virtual format, artists will share work in progress, newly finished… Read More »

Tammie Rubin

The wispy tendrils of the native Texas ball moss serves as a signifier of gathering chaos, conclave connections, concentrated confusion, a labyrinth of values, and growing will. Sculptures are constructed… Read More »

Red Dot Art Spree

This is your chance to collect some of the best contemporary art being created today at the 19th annual Red Dot Art Spree. Choose from over 200 paintings, sculptures, drawings,… 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 »

Laurie Frick

Laurie Frick draws from neuroscience to construct intricately hand-built work and installations that explore the nature of pattern and the mind. Using her background in engineering and technology she explores… 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 »

Susan Cheal

Susan Cheal created mixed media animal sculptures using plastic, foam, audio motors and flocking, in an exhibition titled Wild Poodles Roam the Earth. Cheal’s animals offered more than met the… Read More »

Sarah Nix Ginn

Sarah Nix Ginn, Houston artist, created mixed media sculptures and drawings, using commercial dressmaker pattern paper and pins, for an exhibition titled Sanctuary. Ms. Nix Ginn stated, “I am preoccupied… 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 »