Gordon Fowler paints the Texas Hill Country and captures what many of us find so special. It's a landscape that is not so slowly being taken over by subdivisions and cell towers. Fowler feels the need to seek out the parts that still feel like country and preserve them in our minds through paint. Th... read full post »
posted on 8/11/2017
This exhibit demonstrates Case's range and depth. Each series speaks to the other. The classical figure studies reference the lines in her fragmented landscapes and the illusion of edge in her 20/20 series. Although they are different bodies of work, they are harmoniously and clearly executed by the... read full post »
posted on 7/11/2017
Clients are drawn to Diana's bright, fresh, layered paintings. We opened with an almost sold out show! This body of work is more representational for Diana than before. The viewer can catch glimpses of a floral or interior inspiration in almost each of the works.... read full post »
posted on 6/5/2017
The layers of color in this show are difficult for the lens to capture. It is subtle. It takes time for the range of colors to emerge. Clients often tell us they hang Joyce Howell's work in the room they spend the most time in, how her paintings have the ability to quietly lift their mood. This affe... read full post »
posted on 5/17/2017
Weaving is Siems' first show where abstraction takes center stage. She still depicts timeless faces, alluding to narrative. However her obsessive mark-making takes her typical dream-like pieces to another dimension. The layers and detail in each piece portray a type of intense meditation that brings... read full post »
posted on 4/4/2017
This show of Shults' is his most highly skilled and thought-provoking to date. The work depicts tension as well as acceptance between conservative and unconventional lifestyles, focusing on gender and relationships. The paintings' titles become quickly informative and a hint to the greater narrative... read full post »
posted on 3/10/2017
Jen Garrido's work fills the gallery with a light, playful and yet soothing energy. The negative space in her work feels fresh, her gesture loose but practiced. Spry is a word that comes to mind. Garrido obviously has years of experience under each brushstroke but each touch of watercolor, ink or go... read full post »
posted on 2/6/2017
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