Malcolm created this show over the past 3 years. At 80 years old, his humor and technical control is astounding. It was so great to see fans, young and old, engage with this master during his artist talk and opening reception. He was, as always, warm and welcoming and his work continues to bring a s... read full post »
posted on 11/12/2015
This show of Priscilla's is about movement. Each work feels airy, caught mid-flutter across a horizon. The delicate nature of her handmade paper lends itself to this graceful sense of floating. She has once again succeeded in creating emotion from shape and texture.... read full post »
posted on 10/4/2015
Mallory Page's current show is awash with color and light. Her thin translucent layers roll in like waves on the beach during a sunny still day. The more time you spend with these paintings the more you discover. Like one client said, the paintings are similar to a complex glass of wine, their flavo... read full post »
posted on 9/8/2015
Established in 1980, Austin was a sleepy college town and West Sixth Street was known for its Sunday brunch. Today, Austin is the 11th largest and 2nd fastest growing city in the country. As Austin has changed, the Gallery has been able to grow its programming. In 1980, the local market could suppor... read full post »
posted on 7/27/2015
We are so proud of Diana. Practically selling out your first gallery show is a great way to start a professional career. With only a few months notice, she created quite an impressive debut. Her work displays a strong sense of color and movement, as well as a contemporary touch of whimsy. We are con... read full post »
posted on 7/14/2015
Will Klemm has taken a brave step into a whole new subject matter. For the past year, after attending the Taos Rodeo, he has been working on figurative paintings depicting the cowboys competing. The result captures a seemingly still moment amongst wild movement. At once Western and Contemporary, Kle... read full post »
posted on 6/8/2015
This show of America Martin's work includes bold, large scale paintings as well as intimate drawings. The large scale works on paper are knock outs. Typically, works on paper have a perception of fragility because of the nature of the substrate. However, Martins' large pieces on paper, like the figu... read full post »
posted on 5/10/2015
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