An array of talent is on display in this current show by Helmut Barnett. Drawings, paintings and collages fill the gallery walls with small details as well as large bold shapes. Helmut's work is engaging at ten inches or ten feet.... read full post »
posted on 3/14/2018
Malcolm Bucknall's paintings teem with imagination, wonder and a bit of mischief. His decades upon decades of work have honed his skill to a brush's hair from perfection. These are paintings to be viewed at 10 feet and 1 inch. They hopefully take your mind far away from day to day reality and give a... read full post »
posted on 2/12/2018
Juan Luis Jardi has brought a bit of international magic realism to Austin. Paintings depicting his native Barcelona, Paris, Buenos Aires, Manhattan as well as local Austin scenes are dappled with impossibilities and wonder. A carousel appears on a deserted beach, a rhinoceros roams city streets. Th... read full post »
posted on 1/11/2018
We are thrilled with the work our artists sent us for this group show. It is so fascinating to see how each interprets the idea of light. With over 30 of our artists participating, there is a wide range of subject matter. It was interesting to group work by the type of light depicted: bright, subdue... read full post »
posted on 12/6/2017
Patrick Puckett's large, bold paintings fill the gallery walls with color and energy. Each painting makes eye contact with the viewer, demanding an intense silent engagement. This show is especially lush, filled with bright pattern. As the scale is so important, it is one to see in person.... read full post »
posted on 11/10/2017
Ellen Heck has created another brilliant show. She continues to explore concepts of personal and community identity through the language of printmaking and other media. Her large scale color wheels and her intimate portraits equally impress. This is a show full of detail best viewed together.... read full post »
posted on 10/9/2017
We never really know how two-person shows will come together but wow, are we pleased with this one! John's three-dimensional pieces and Bill's encaustic works speak to each other about process, structure, and pattern. A closer look is definitely recommended as surprises lie within each.... read full post »
posted on 9/11/2017
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