Priscilla Robinson: A Piece of the Sky

After you watch this virtual tour and artist talk, come see this great new show at the gallery....   view video »

posted on 10/5/2021


Helmut Barnett: Variations

Starting in a loft studio on what was in 1975 a quiet Congress Avenue and now working in a 100 year old house on Austin's east side, Barnett has been a part of the evolving Austin art community for over 45 years. His 2021 show Variations exemplifies the range of Barnett's talent, featuring geometric...   view video »

posted on 9/6/2021


Sarah Ferguson: NEFELIBATA

Nefelibata is a Portuguese word meaning cloud walker, derived from 'nephele' (cloud) and 'batha' (a place where you can walk). Ferguson interprets this as an invitation for reflection; reflection of what we see in others as well as ourselves. These paintings explore that idea through their unifying...   view video »

posted on 8/9/2021


Lindsy Halleckson + Revi Meicler: Moments

We are excited to present a two-person show with painters Lindsy Halleckson and Revi Meicler. Halleckson’s ethereal colorscapes are inspired by the changes in atmosphere around the world. These works are able to create a sense of place without pointing to a specific location. They conjure up a...   view video »

posted on 7/13/2021


Diana Greenberg: Sunlight

Be sure to come by and see this exhibit in person....   view video »

posted on 6/7/2021


2021 Patrick Puckett Solo Show

Puckett's paintings are known for their bold colors and strong leisurely figures, executed with confident interaction between paint application, shape, color and texture. Hear Patrick speak about his work and tour his 2021 exhibtion in the video above. ...   view video »

posted on 5/3/2021


2021 Malcolm Bucknall Exhibition

Enjoy this video as Malcolm Bucknall walks you through his new exhibit at the gallery....   view video »

posted on 4/6/2021

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