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
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
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
"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
We are thrilled with the response to Anne's first show with us. Her airy works on paper elegantly counterbalance the deep palettes of her works on panel. The addition of an incredible animated short film of her pieces seem also to animate the paintings throughout the room. Anne creates a sense of pl... read full post »
posted on 11/7/2012
The most minimal show the gallery has exhibited in awhile, the rooms are quiet and airy- letting the lines speak for themselves. Work like this causes one to slow down and quitely follow the ebb and flow of the paint. We hope you are able to come in and relax with Eliza's most recent body of work, "... read full post »
posted on 10/10/2012
And 100 degrees it was! August is not the best month in Austin but we still had a large crowd venture out into the heat to attend our group show opening. Many of our artists were in attendance, which is always a delight. We love when our artists get to know each other as well as clients. Lots of goo... read full post »
posted on 8/16/2012
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