This show of Ian's is more complex than any other he has created. He has always hinted at the isolation of physical and emotional debauchery but with this show he dives right in. And in that way this is also his most honest show. We couldn't be prouder of him. With confidence, he has displayed a vul... read full post »
posted on 4/6/2015
Ronquillo's playful, mysterious and exquisite characters are back on our walls. The images online just do not do them justice. Her skin tones are more luminous than ever and the detailing even more delicate. The depth, perceived visually and emotionally, gives one pause and reason to let the feeling... read full post »
posted on 3/10/2015
Patrick Puckett has hit his stride. These paintings mark a definitive step in his development as an artist. Like his previous work, the larger than life figures have a fixed gaze and a slightly haunting prescence. However, the new work explores light and dark through subtle translucent layers amongs... read full post »
posted on 2/10/2015
We are proud to host our 13th show with Austin painter Gordon Fowler. Fowler has long been respected for his impressionist landscapes of Texas and Mexico. For this show, he painted on the Annandale Ranch, a Texas Century Ranch in the Frio River Valley. A Texas Century Ranch is one that has been oper... read full post »
posted on 1/10/2015
It was a great opening night! Lots of friends and fans came out to support Joyce's work. This is Joyce's 3rd show with us and they just keep getting better and better. She sure is a crowd favorite.... read full post »
posted on 12/5/2014
Ellen Heck is incredibly proficient at the macro and the micro. This show includes large abstracts, intimate drypoint portraits, an artist book and a card game- all swirling around the theme of identity and connections. Her work deals with how we relate to others as well as ourselves, with a subtlet... read full post »
posted on 11/18/2014
Wow. What an opening. On low pedestals below 5 paintings, Chapin created food and drink installations. The hundreds of people attending the opening had to bend down to grab a deviled egg or a macaroon, causing the scene to appear as if the guests were bowing to the life size portraits. In the same v... read full post »
posted on 10/6/2014
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