Nola Parker Virtual Tour

Nola Parker's work subtly hints at the struggle between city and nature. Will one overgrow the other? Her bright urban landscapes explore this serious intersection with positivity and playfulness....   read full post »

posted on 11/6/2018


Mia Carameros & Holly Wilson Group Show Virtual Tour

The work of Mia Carameros and Holly Wilson is at once delicate and strong. Small, seemingly fragile figures persist against the elements of their worlds. Both bodies of work pay homage to heritage and the story-telling of this strength. Wilson's sculptures recall myths and folk stories, Carameros' t...   read full post »

posted on 10/9/2018


Carol Dawson Virtual Tour

Dawson's 4th solo show at the gallery and the 2nd with her larger than life birds, this exhibit displays Dawson's ever impressive mastering of her medium- watercolor. Through her impeccable talent, each bird stands in front of the viewer, a personality of its own, demanding to be recognized and rega...   read full post »

posted on 9/11/2018


Joyce Howell Virtual Tour

This show from Joyce Howell is full of color and movement. The work has a stronger focus on mark-making than in the past as well as includes oil on paper. Howell's paintings have a depth only truly appreciated in person....   read full post »

posted on 8/7/2018


Diana Greenberg Virtual Tour

Another stellar show from Diana Greenberg: bright colors reminiscent of Texas summer sunsets against gray to white ombre backgrounds with high energy mark-making. A close look reveals Cy Twombly and Joan Mitchell inspired strokes. ...   read full post »

posted on 7/11/2018


Jen Garrido Solo Show - Virtual Tour

Garrido's color field series feels weighted on the walls while her botanical series seem to dance from one piece to the other. It is interesting to see both ways of working within the same show, one feels studied and deliberate while the other instinctual and free. Each series is striking at a dista...   read full post »

posted on 6/11/2018


America Martin Virtual Tour

America Martin has fallen in love with hand-dyed linen and her use of it in place of canvas has changed the way she approaches negative space. Leaving much of the linen exposed, its texture becomes a part of the figure. Each linen makes your skin tingle in different ways. She even created her first ...   read full post »

posted on 5/15/2018

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