Carol Dawson: The Great Piece of Turf May 2013

These are watercolor??? Yep. Intricate, immaculate, impressive watercolors. Carol Dawson has created dense worlds of plant, leaf, soil, tree and flower. These pieces draw you in and then seem to envelope your presence. She captures the life, decay and beauty of our natural world. The skill with whic...   read full post »

posted on 5/8/2013


Fatima Ronquillo: Private Revolution April 2013

Fatima's shows always delight with their whimsy, technical skill and slightly naughty symbolism. She enjoys watching the crowd try to decipher the narrative amongst the works. When pushed for clues, she stays vague- wanting the viewer to come up with their own possible story-lines. Very interesting ...   read full post »

posted on 4/13/2013


Tracey Harris: Book of Etiquette, March 2013 Solo Show

These paintings just grab you. They are candy for your eyes and your mind. Tracey's incredible talent mixed with her humor and social commentary are a combination not to be missed. We had a blast at the opening, sold half the show already and thoroughly enjoyed Tracey's company. We are honored to ha...   read full post »

posted on 3/7/2013


Malcolm Bucknall: Through the Looking Glass / February 2013

Oh, Malcolm Bucknall, how you charm us. With your bizarre, slightly twisted, magical imagination. You really do take us to another world with this show. Someone needs to do a book on you. Your jaunty, trans-continental education. The roots you laid in Texas. Your six-decade career. Maybe your creati...   read full post »

posted on 2/7/2013


Jan Heaton Solo Show January 2013

What a way to start the new year! The gallery looks great filled with Jan's elegant work. There is just something about works on paper that is luxurious. Jan's subtle layering, composition and color choice envelop the room with a movement not unlike classical music. The opening was jammed packed but...   read full post »

posted on 1/9/2013


Angie Renfro December 2012

Oh, the way Angie paints. Whatever the subject matter, the result is always graceful and alluring. She has the ability to capture beauty and strength in solitary ships and isolated factories. Her "floral" pieces take on the same characteristics, no longer ornamentation but root and stem strong in th...   read full post »

posted on 12/12/2012


Margie Crisp: River of Contrasts

"River of Contrasts: The Texas Colorado" is a wonderful book and collection of prints by Margie Crisp. Her ability to write is surprisingly as impressive as her abiiity to create detailed linocuts, lithographs and screenprints. Crisp plays with perscpective to include the creatures and landscape fea...   read full post »

posted on 11/8/2012

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