Archive for September, 2010

What’s New at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s Grand Old House?

Your Exclusive First Look at the Gleaming, %26#8220;Green%26#8221; Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Center %26nbsp; %26#8226; Plus a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at Seven Museum Rooms Reborn%26#8226; What%26#8217;s Been Restored at One of America%26#8217;s Greatest Decorative Arts Museums %26#8226; Texas%26#8217; Premier Organic Garden %26#8226; What Trees Tower and What Blooms Blossom at... | Read More

What’s New at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s Grand Old House?

Your Exclusive First Look at the Gleaming, %26#8220;Green%26#8221; Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Center %26nbsp; %26#8226; Plus a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at Seven Museum Rooms Reborn%26#8226; What%26#8217;s Been Restored at One of America%26#8217;s Greatest Decorative Arts Museums %26#8226; Texas%26#8217; Premier Organic Garden %26#8226; What Trees Tower and What Blooms Blossom at... | Read More

What’s New at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s Grand Old House?

Your Exclusive First Look at the Gleaming, %26#8220;Green%26#8221; Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Center %26nbsp; %26#8226; Plus a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at Seven Museum Rooms Reborn%26#8226; What%26#8217;s Been Restored at One of America%26#8217;s Greatest Decorative Arts Museums %26#8226; Texas%26#8217; Premier Organic Garden %26#8226; What Trees Tower and What Blooms Blossom at... | Read More

An Art Tome as Big as Texas

A volume as oversized as the 268,601-square-mile state it encompasses %26#8230; Houston to the High Plains of Lubbock %26#8230; Dallas to deep East Texas %26#8230; Sixty-two living artists %26#8230; 11 years in the making%26nbsp;%26#8230; 268 pages %26#8230; 24,000 words %26#8230; 460 color plates %26#8230; Handcrafted %26#8230; One author %26#8212; PaperCity%26#8217;s visual arts editor... | Read More

An Art Tome as Big as Texas

A volume as oversized as the 268,601-square-mile state it encompasses %26#8230; Houston to the High Plains of Lubbock %26#8230; Dallas to deep East Texas %26#8230; Sixty-two living artists %26#8230; 11 years in the making%26nbsp;%26#8230; 268 pages %26#8230; 24,000 words %26#8230; 460 color plates %26#8230; Handcrafted %26#8230; One author %26#8212; PaperCity%26#8217;s visual arts editor... | Read More

An Art Tome as Big as Texas

A volume as oversized as the 268,601-square-mile state it encompasses %26#8230; Houston to the High Plains of Lubbock %26#8230; Dallas to deep East Texas %26#8230; Sixty-two living artists %26#8230; 11 years in the making%26nbsp;%26#8230; 268 pages %26#8230; 24,000 words %26#8230; 460 color plates %26#8230; Handcrafted %26#8230; One author %26#8212; PaperCity%26#8217;s visual arts editor... | Read More

Art Notes

A Fabled Kingdom, Those German Impressionists and True Fireworks: Look no further than the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, for a pair of exhibitions that are rewriting art history. First up, a jewel-like show for sculptures from the ancient African kingdom of Ife (9th to 15th centuries) showcasing %26#8220;Dynasty and Divinity%26#8221; via cast copper heads and figures that are regal, mysterious... | Read More

Art Notes

A Fabled Kingdom, Those German Impressionists and True Fireworks: Look no further than the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, for a pair of exhibitions that are rewriting art history. First up, a jewel-like show for sculptures from the ancient African kingdom of Ife (9th to 15th centuries) showcasing %26#8220;Dynasty and Divinity%26#8221; via cast copper heads and figures that are regal, mysterious... | Read More

Art Notes

A Fabled Kingdom, Those German Impressionists and True Fireworks: Look no further than the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, for a pair of exhibitions that are rewriting art history. First up, a jewel-like show for sculptures from the ancient African kingdom of Ife (9th to 15th centuries) showcasing %26#8220;Dynasty and Divinity%26#8221; via cast copper heads and figures that are regal, mysterious... | Read More

Cris Worley Fine Arts

While last year%26#8217;s buzz brimmed with news of gallery closures, this season is off to a promising start with the debut of Cris Worley Fine Arts, the eagerly awaited arrival that melds consulting and curatorial functions with a commitment to contemporary Texas artists. Owner/director Cris Worley has deep ties to the community, having served as director of Pan American Art Projects for nearly... | Read More
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